Happy New Year, comic fans,
We have one last batch of auctions for 2018, and they’re some beauties! First up is a lovely copy of Chamber of Darkness #1, the first issue of this classic horror comic featuring an all-star creative team. Not to be outdone, we also have a solid example of House of Secrets #62, a vintage issue highlighting the second appearance of supervillain Eclipso. This is your chance to add some fantastic items to your collection; don’t miss out!
These 10-day auctions run from December 26th to January 5th:
|Chamber of Darkness #1
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition with white pages.
A high-grade Marvel horror/suspense first issue for your collection, this thrilling book features Stan Lee, Denny O’Neil, and Gary Friedrich stories, with artwork by John Buscema, Tom Sutton, and Don Heck, and a great cover by John Romita.
|House of Secrets #62
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 8.0 condition with white pages.
A 1963 vintage comic from an original owner collection, supervillain Eclipso makes his second appearance in a classic story written by Bob Haney and Murray Boltinoff, with art by Mort Meskin, George Roussos, and Lee Elias, and a cover by Meskin and Sheldon Moldoff.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, December 29th:
|Marvel Team-Up #20
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition with off-white to white pages.
Another high-grade addition for your collection, and featuring supporting appearances by Black Panther and Doctor Curt Connors, and the apparent death of villain Stegron, this comic is written by Len Wein. Sal Buscema, Frank Giacoia, and Mike Esposito provide the interior artwork, and it sports a high-flying cover by Gil Kane and John Romita.
|Detective Comics #471
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.8 condition with off-white to white pages.
We are offering a beautiful high-grade Bronze Age book from an original owner collection, written by Steve Englehart, this issue contains the first modern appearance of Hugo Strange. A stunning copy of a classic comic, it also features art and cover by Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin.
Good luck, all!