Greetings again, comic collectors,
Hope everyone is staying warm during Polar Vortex 2019. We’re safe (and warm) indoors, bringing you some fantastic graded auctions on which to bid from the comfort of your home. Which auctions, you ask? Take a look at our solid copy of Action Comics #118, a Golden Age issue starring Superman and featuring some thrilling extra stories as well. Also available is a gorgeous example of Avengers #86, containing the first appearance and origin of Brain-Child, and a supporting appearance by the Squadron Supreme. Don’t get left out in the cold — get your bids in now!
These 10-day auctions run from January 30th to February 9th:
|Action Comics #118
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 5.5 condition with off-white to white pages.
This great-looking Golden Age copy of Action Comics #118 (March 1948) is features appearances not only by Superman but Congo Bill, Zatara the Magician, and Vigilante stories. It sports a great cover by Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye, with interior art by Kaye, Ira Yarbrough, Ed Smalle, F. W. White, and George Roussos.
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition with off-white to white pages.
This beautiful copy features the origin and first appearance of Brain-Child (Arnold Sutton) and a Squadron Supreme appearance. The story is by Roy Thomas, with art by Sal Buscema and Jim Mooney, and a dramatic cover by Mooney and John Buscema.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, February 2nd:
|World’s Finest Comics #181
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition with white pages.
From an original owner collection comes this beautiful example of World’s Finest Comics #181. Superman and Batman star in a story by Cary Bates, with great 1960s art by Ross Andru and Mike Eposito, along with a classic Irv Novick cover.
|Amazing Spider-Man #35
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 6.5 condition with cream to off-white pages.
This solid copy of a classic Silver Age story by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, Molten Man makes his second appearance. Steve Ditko does the interior art, and the great 1960s cover is by Ditko and Jack Kirby.