Hope you’re enjoying the beautiful weather as we make our way through the end of July and into August. We have several beautiful graded auctions up for your consideration today to match that weather, so let’s take a peek! First up is a gorgeous copy of Superman #195 with several classic stories and guest appearances by Krypto and Supergirl. Also on deck is a lovely Fantastic Four #36, featuring the first appearance of the Frightful Four and a wonderful cover to boot. Either would make a stellar addition to your collection, so don’t miss out!
These 10-day auctions run from July 22nd to August 1st:
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition, with off-white pages.
A high-grade addition for your collection, this is a beautiful copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, featuring appearances by Supergirl and Krypto, as well as an incredible cover by Curt Swan & George Klein based on an idea from Cary Bates. This vintage 12 cent issue features a story written by Jim Shooter, along with a classic Wayne Boring illustrated “Superman Joins the Army” tale.
|Fantastic Four #36
PGX Certified in 6.0 Fine (FN) condition, with cream to white pages.
A early Marvel Age first appearance from a large original owner comics collection, this is an excellent copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, featuring the first appearance of the Frightful Four. A vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with cover and artwork by Jack Kirby.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending July 25th:
|House of Secrets #92
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 6.5 Fine+ (FN+) condition, with off-white to white pages.
A first appearance, must have addition for your collection, this is a beautiful copy of this key Bronze Age horror comic book, featuring the first appearance of Swamp Thing. This vintage 15 cent issue was written by Len Wein, with artwork and cover by Bernie Wrightson. (Please note: this is an older style CGC case, as the picture shows, and there is no paper label across the upper rim.)
|Tomb of Dracula #4
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.8 condition, with off-white to white pages.
The highest grade available of this book and one of only two copies with this high of a grade in the latest CGC census, this classic Bronze Age horror comic book features a story by Archie Goodwin, with artwork by Gene Colan & Tom Palmer, and a John Romita & Neal Adams cover. This copy is from an original owner collection.
Good luck, all!