Welcome back, comic aficionados,
We hope that those of you who made it out to our Show & Sale on Saturday enjoyed it! For those looking forward to joining us at the next one, it’s tentatively planned for May 2020. (Watch this spot for further details as we have them!) In the meantime, let’s look at some beautiful graded auctions.
Keeping things in the Silver Age this week, our first offering is an exciting copy of Adventure Comics #231, a ten-cent issue with a classic Superboy story. Also available is a fantastic example of Avengers #11, featuring an early Spider-Man appearance, a Kang appearance and pin-up, and a memorable cover. Don’t miss the chance to add these to your collection.
These 10-day auctions run from October 23rd to November 2nd:
|Adventure Comics #231
CGC Universal Grade in 8.0 condition with white pages.
A stunning comic to complete your collection, this 10 cent issue features a story written by Otto Binder, a wonderful cover by Curt Swan, and interior artwork by John Sikela, George Papp, and Ramona Fradon.
CGC Universal Grade in 8.0 condition with off-white to white pages.
From an original owner collection, this issue features an early Spider-Man appearance along with a Kang appearance and pin-up. It also boasts artwork by Don Heck and Chic Stone, a story written by Stan Lee, and a terrific cover by Jack Kirby and Stone.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, October 26th:
CGC Universal Grade in 9.2 condition with white pages.
From an original owner collection, this book has a great story that features appearances from both Fantastic Four and Doctor Doom. This Silver Age issue was written by Stan Lee, with artwork by Don Heck and Dick Ayers, along with a classic cover by Jack Kirby and Ayers.
|Amazing Spider-Man #13
CGC Universal Grade in 5.0 condition with white pages.
A fantastic comic to complete your collection is this solid book featuring the origin and first appearance of Mysterio (Quentin Beck). This issue features a brilliant cover and artwork by Steve Ditko, and a classic story written by the legendary Stan Lee.
Happy bidding, all!