Welcome back, everyone,
If you thought last week’s auctions were exciting, wait until you see what we have in store for this week! They’re not just keys, not just first appearances, not just origins, not just number ones; these are the pieces of comic book history your collection needs.
Superman #1 (1939).
Amazing Spider-Man #1 (1963).
What more can we say than that? The titles alone speak for themselves! Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to own either of these amazing, original, and authentic rarities.
These 10-day auctions run from May 18th to May 28th:
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 0.5 condition.
A guaranteed original, authenticated and graded example of this bit of history (although with the back cover missing, 5 extra staples added – not manufacturing – and brittle pages), this is an affordable copy of this historic Golden Age comic book featuring the origin of Superman! This vintage 10 cent issue was written by Jerry Siegel with artwork and cover by Joe Shuster.
|Amazing Spider-Man #1
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 5.0 condition, with off-white to white pages.
An original first edition, and un-restored, classic, graded must-have for your collection, this is a solid copy of this key Silver Age comic book, featuring the first appearance of J. Jonah Jameson & Chameleon, the first Fantastic Four crossover, and the origin of Spider-Man retold. This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with artwork and cover by Steve Ditko.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, May 21st:
|Fantastic Four #1
CGC Certified in apparent 2.0 condition, with off-white pages, and restoration that includes a small amount of color touch on cover and tear seals to cover.
A rare, complete, and original hard-to-find copy of this historic beginning to the 1960s Marvel Super Hero Universe, this is a solid copy of this key early Silver Age comic book, featuring the origin and first appearance of the Fantastic Four (Marvel’s 1st super-hero team), starring The Thing, Mr. Fantastic, Human Torch and the Invisible Girl, as well as the first appearance of their villain Mole Man. This vintage 10 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with artwork and cover by Jack Kirby.
|Detective Comics #91
CGC Certified Qualified Grade in condition, with off-white to white pages, some tape on the interior cover and staples cleaned.
A must-have graded book for your collection, this is a very nice copy of a classic Golden Age comic book, starring Batman & Robin and featuring a Joker cover and story. This vintage 10 cent issue was includes cover and art by Dick Sprang, with additional artwork by Howard Sherman and George Roussos.