Hi again, comic fans,
Firsts and team-ups are the name of the game in this week’s high-grade comic selection! The Cat (later known as Tigra) makes her first appearance in this beautiful example of Cat #1, also featuring her origin story. For the DC crowd, take a peek at this gorgeous square-bound World’s Finest Comics #204, a perfect addition for any Superman or Wonder Woman fan. You won’t want to miss out on these!
These 10-day auctions run from February 10th to February 20th:
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition, with off-white to white pages.
A high-grade first issue for your collection, this is a beautiful copy of this classic Bronze Age comic book, featuring the origin and first appearance of the Cat (Greer Grant, later becomes Tigra). This vintage 1970s issue was written by Linda Fite, with artwork and cover by Marie Severin and EC Comics legend Wally Wood.
|World’s Finest Comics #204
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition, with white pages.
A great giant-size team-up in high grade, this is a stunning copy of this classic square-bound comic book, starring Superman and Wonder Woman, with an appearance by I Ching. This vintage 1970s issue was written by Dennis O’Neil, with Dick Dillin & Joe Giella artwork and cover by Carmine Infantino & Neal Adams.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Friday, February 12th:
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.8 condition, with off-white pages.
Highest grade available of this issue according to the CGC census! One of only 3 graded copies in this high of a grade, this is a pristine copy of a great comic book, reprinting classic 1950s Golden Age stories. This vintage 1970s issue features a fear-filled Bill Everett Werewolf cover, along with artwork by John Romita Sr, Joe Sinnott, and Jack Kirby.
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.8 condition, with white pages.
Highest grade available of this comic, according to the CGC census. Part of an original owner collection, and looks like it did when purchased new, this is a stunning copy of this classic comic book, featuring the first appearance of Willie Lincoln. This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with artwork and cover by Gene Colan and George Klein.
Bidders — best of luck!