Hello once again,
It seems that we’ve finally reached another autumn, and the weather’s beginning to reflect it with some cooler days and the changing of the leaves. One thing that won’t change, though, are the grades on these lovely comics. First up is Avengers #18, an early issue with a fantastic-looking cover and some fan-favorite characters, perfect for display in your collection. Also up this week is a gorgeous Batman #291, chock-full of the Caped Crusader’s most memorable villains. Don’t miss either of these!
These 10-day auctions run from September 23rd to October 3rd:
PGX Certified in 6.5 Fine+ (FN+) condition, with off-white to white pages.
A hard-to-find, early 1960s issue, this is an excellent copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, starring Captain America, Hawkeye, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch. This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with a Jack Kirby cover and artwork by Don Heck.
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition, with white pages.
A stunning addition to any collection, this is a pristine copy of this Bronze Age comic book, featuring appearances by many major Batman villains, including the Joker, Lex Luthor, Catwoman, the Riddler, Poison Ivy, and the Scarecrow. This vintage 1970s issue was written by David Vern, with artwork by John Calnan & Tex Blaisdell and a classic cover by Jim Aparo.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, September 26th:
|Tales of Suspense #48
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 6.5 condition, with off-white pages.
A hard-to-find, early Iron Man comic, this is a solid copy for your collection of this key Silver Age comic book, featuring new Iron Man armor, and the first appearance of Mister Doll (Nathan Dolly). This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee & Larry Lieber, with Steve Ditko, Dick Ayers, and Larry Liever artwork and cover by Jack Kirby & Sol Brodsky.
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition, with white pages.
A high-grade, modern must-have, this is a beautiful copy of this key Bronze Age comic book, Part 2 of the fan-favorite “A Death in the Family” storyline, leading up to the death of Robin (Jason Todd). This vintage 1980s issue was written by Jim Starlin, with Jim Aparo & Mike DeCarlo artwork and classic cover by Mike Mignola (Hellboy creator).
Best of luck, bidders!