Hello, comic book fans,
We’re reaching back — way back — with this week’s exciting graded auctions, and you’re in for a treat! Our first offering is a solid copy of Amazing Spider-Man #31, a must-have key issue for any Spidey fan by the legendary tag-team of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, featuring the first appearances of Gwen Stacy and Harry Osborn.
Also available is a wonderful example of Golden Age at its finest; literally, in this case, with World’s Finest Comics #12, a World War II-vintage giant-sized book starring Batman and Superman, among a wide host of others. Don’t miss your chance to own either of these historic issues!
These 10-day auctions run from March 27th to April 6th:
|Amazing Spider-Man #31
PGX Grade in 8.0 condition with white pages.
From an original owner collection, this thrilling key issue features the first appearance of Harry Osborn and Gwen Stacy in a story by the legendary Stan Lee along with artwork and cover by Steve Ditko.
|World’s Finest Comics #12
CGC Universal Grade in 6.5 condition with slightly brittle pages.
Batman and Superman star in this giant-sized square-bound World War II vintage comic. With appearances from Hitler, Star-Spangled Kid, Drafty, the Boy Commandos, and the Green Arrow, artwork by Dick Sprang, Joe Simon, Stan Kaye, Ira Yarbrough, along with Jack Kirby and Hal Sherman, and a Jack Burnley cover, this great Golden Age issue is a must for any comic collection.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, March 30th:
|Amazing Spider-Man #116
CGC Universal Grade in 9.8 condition with white pages.
From an original owner collection, we offer an incredible issue that adapts the story from Spectacular Spider-Man magazine #1 by Stan Lee and John Romita with slight changes, in a story written by Gerry Conway, a magnificent cover by Romita, and artwork by Jim Mooney.
CGC Universal Grade in 6.0 condition with cream to off-white pages.
From an original owner collection, this is a key issue, featuring the origin and the first appearance of Bizarro in a story written by Otto Binder, with art by George Papp, and a classic Silver Age cover by Curt Swan and Stan Kaye.
Good luck, all!