Hello there, all,
We’re splitting it down the middle of the Big Two today with these beautiful graded auctions. On the DC side is a lovely Detective Comics #396, featuring fan-favorite Batman with a Batgirl backup story. (That dramatic white cover is perfect display material!) In the Marvel corner is Captain America #110, pulling its weight with multiple firsts (and a fantastic action-packed cover). Either or both would be excellent additions to your collection, so don’t miss out!
These 10-day auctions run from June 3rd to June 13th:
|Detective Comics #396
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition, with off-white to white pages.
A high grade, white cover classic from an original owner collection, this is a beautiful copy of this vintage Bronze Age comic book, starring Batman and featuring a Batgirl backup story. This early 1970s issue was written by Frank Robbins, with Bob Brown, Joe Giella, Gil Kane & Murphy Anderson artwork and a classic cover by Neal Adams.
|Captain America #110
PGX Certified in 8.0 Very Fine (VF) condition, with cream to off-white pages.
A milestone issue filled with firsts, this is an excellent copy of this classic cover Silver Age comic book, featuring first appearance of Madame Hydra, and Rick Jones donning Bucky’s costume and joining Cap for the first time! This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with cover and artwork by Jim Steranko.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending June 6th:
|Amazing Spider-Man #12
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 6.0 condition, with off-white to white pages.
An classic issue from an original owner graded collection, this is an excellent copy of this key Silver Age comic book, featuring the 3rd appearance of fan-favorite villain Doctor Octopus and a letter from future artist Dave Cockrum. This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with artwork and cover by Steve Ditko.
|Tomb of Dracula #13
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition, with white pages.
A stunning, high grade origin issue, we are offering at no reserve a beautiful copy of this classic Bronze Age horror comic book, featuring the origin of Blade, the Vampire Slayer. This vintage fright-filled 1970s issue was written by Marv Wolfman, with artwork and cover by Gene Colan & Tom Palmer.
Bidders, good luck!