Hello again, comic fans,
Hope you’ve had a wonderful week, and that you’re prepared to feast your eyes on today’s exciting graded auctions! First up is a solid example of Batman #5 (yes, the 1941 Batman #5), a key Golden Age comic featuring a Joker appearance, the first appearance of Linda Page, and an interesting “blooper” on the cover — Batman’s costume is missing its trademark Bat symbol. We also have a practically perfect copy of Marvel Spotlight #3, a classic horror issue spotlighting Werewolf by Night. Now is the time to add these to your collection!
These 10-day auctions run from May 3rd to May 13th:
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 3.0 condition, with cream to off-white pages.
A rare, graded Golden Age gem, this is a solid copy of this classic comic book, featuring the first appearance of Linda Page, as well as a Joker appearance and the Bat emblem being left off of Batman’s chest. This vintage 10 cent issue was written by Bill Finger, with a Bob Kane cover, and artwork by Bob Kane & Jerry Robinson.
|Marvel Spotlight #3
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.8 condition, with off-white to white pages.
A high-grade book from an original owner collection, this is a stunning copy of this classic Bronze Age horror comic book, featuring Werewolf by Night. This vintage 1970s issue was written by Gerry Conway, with artwork and cover by Mike Ploog.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, May 6th:
|Amazing Spider-Man #59
PGX Certified copy in 8.0 Very Fine (VF) condition, with white pages.
From a large, original owner collection, this is an excellent copy of a key Silver Age comic book, featuring the first cover appearance of Mary Jane Watson, as well as the first appearance of Brainwasher (an alias for Kingpin). This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with a John Romita cover and artwork by Don Heck & Romita.
CGC Certified issue in 1.8 condition, is complete and original, although with slightly brittle pages, as well as restoration including: small amount of glue on spine of cover and extra staple added – not in manufacturing.
This copy of Batman #2 is a rare, hard-to-find early key Golden Age book and classic pre-World War II 1940s gem, featuring the second appearance of Joker and the Cat (Catwoman), as well as a full page ad for the 1940 New York World’s Fair Comics. This vintage 10 cent issue was written by Bill Finger, with artwork and cover by Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson.
Best of luck, all!