Greetings, comic collectors,
We’re under two weeks away from our Fall 2019 Comic Book Show & Sale on Saturday, October 16th, so we’re ramping up our auction game with some fantastic offerings! First up is a gorgeous copy of Amazing Spider-Man #100, a classic anniversary issue with a striking cover perfect for display. Also up is an excellent example of Adventure Comics #212, starring Superboy (and a robotic Superboy?!) in a thrilling Golden Age story.
Don’t sleep on your chance to own these beauties — and make sure you have our show date set in your calendar!
These 10-day auctions run from October 9th to October 19th:
|Amazing Spider-Man #100
CGC Universal Grade in 9.0 condition with white pages.
From an original owner collection. A truly special 100th anniversary issue, it features artwork by both Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia, a story by Stan Lee, and a spectacular cover by Giacoia and John Romita.
|Adventure Comics #212
CGC Universal Grade in 7.0 condition with off-white to white pages.
Featuring the Superboy robot, this wonderful issue’s smashing story was written by Jerry Coleman, with art by Curt Swan, Ramona Fradon and George Papp, and a cover by Swan and Ray Burnley.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, October 12th:
|Tales of Suspense #58
CGC Universal Grade in 7.5 condition with off-white to white pages.
This is a great-looking copy featuring the second appearance of Kraven the Hunter (Sergei Kravinoff), the classic Captain America versus Iron Man cover and story, and the last “Tales of the Watcher” story. This issue boasts writing by the legendary Stan Lee, artwork by Don Heck, Dick Ayers, and George Tuska, along with the incredible cover by Jack Kirby and Chic Stone.
|Action Comics #192
CGC Universal Grade in 6.5 condition with off-white to white pages.
From an original owner collection, this solid book stars Superman, but it also contains several great back up stories: a thrilling jungle adventure with Congo Bill and a science fiction space adventure with Tommy Tomorrow. This issue features writing by Dick Wood, with a classic cars and yellow background cover by Win Mortimer, along with interior artwork by Wayne Boring, Jim Mooney, Ed Smalle, and Howard Sherman.