Welcome to September, everyone,
We’re kicking off a brand-new month with some fantastic graded comics for your collection. Ready to take a look?
Our first offering this week is a fantastic example of (Invincible) Iron Man #7, an early Silver Age issue that features a Gladiator appearance, in addition to the first appearance of supporting character Vincent Sandhurst. Also up for grabs this week is a solid copy of Adventure Comics #211, perfect for Golden Age fans, that contains a dream sequence in which Superboy worries that both Lois Lane and Lana Lang have discovered his identity, plus Green Arrow and Aquaman stories.
Don’t sleep on your chance to own these beauties!
These 10-day auctions run from September 4th to September 14th:
|Iron Man #7
CGC Universal Grade in 8.5 condition with off-white pages.
A great-looking book, this features the first appearance of Vincent Sandhurst, along with a Gladiator appearance. This early issue has a story written by Archie Goodwin, artwork by George Tuska and Johnny Craig, and a stunning cover by Tuska and Frank Ciacoia.
|Adventure Comics #211
CGC Universal Grade in 6.5 condition with off-white to white pages.
In the lead story’s dream sequence, Superman is troubled by both Lana Lang and Lois Lane discovering his secret identity; in addition, it also features complete Aquaman and Green Arrow stories. The beautiful cover art is provided by Win Mortimer, interior artwork by Curt Swan, Ramona Fradon, and George Papp, and writing by Otto Binder.
Don’t forget that this auction is ending Saturday, September 7th:
|Marvel Team-Up #95
CGC Universal Grade in 9.6 condition with white pages.
From an original owner collection, this book stars the Amazing Spider-Man and features the first appearance of Mockingbird, plus an additional appearance by Nick Fury. With a story written by Steve Grant, fantastic artwork by Jimmy Janes and Bruce Patterson, and a cover by Frank Miller and Bob McLeod, this is a must-have issue.
|Fantastic Four #147
CGC Universal Grade in 9.6 condition with off-white to white pages.
Another great comic to add to your collection is this 1970s 25 cent book. It features an exciting guest appearance from Sub-Mariner as he battles against the Thing, with cover and artwork by Rich Buckler and Joe Sinnott and a story written by Gerry Conway.