Welcome once again,
We have some exciting auctions for you this week, books that no collector should be without! First up is a lovely example of Captain Marvel #31, a classic issue featuring an all-star cast of heroes and villains. Also available is a solid copy of Superman #52, a fantastic Golden Age book starring the titular hero and featuring an appearance by the Prankster. The slight amount of color touch on the front cover in no way detracts from how fantastic this book will look on display.
These 10-day auctions run from December 5th to December 15th:
|Captain Marvel #31
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.4 condition with off-white to white pages.
A high-grade classic Marvel issue for your collection, this issue features appearances of the Avengers, Drax, Moondragon, Starfox, Mentor, Thanos, and Death. The story is written by Jim Starlin with a cover by Starlin and Al Milgrom, and interior art by Starlin, Milgrom, and Dan Green.
CGC Restored Grade in 6.0 condition with off-white pages and a small amount of color touch on the front cover.
A nice-looking Golden Age issue from a large Superman and Batman collection, this comic features an appearance by the Prankster, with stories written by Alvin Schwartz, Joseph Samachson, and Edmond Hamilton, along with the art of Win Mortimer and Ira Yarbrough. It features a classic Wayne Boring cover as well.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, December 8th:
|Adventure Comics #364
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition with white pages.
A high-grade Silver Age issue from an original owner collection, this comic features an appearance from the Legion of Super-Pets. This issue was written by Jim Shooter, has art by Pete Costanza, and boasts a cover by Curt Swan and George Klein.
|Fantastic Four #88
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition with off-white pages.
A high-grade classic Marvel issue for your collection, this issue features an appearance from a surprise super-villain, Mole Man. The story is written by the renowned Stan Lee with the cover and art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott.
Everyone, happy bidding!