Greetings, comic fans,
It’s time for another round of graded auctions, ready for joining your collection! Our first listing this week is for a complete copy of Fantastic Four #9, featuring the third appearance of the Silver Age Sub-Mariner. Although this book has minor restoration (an extra staple added after manufacturing, a small amount of glue on the cover, and tape on the back cover), it is still a fabulous piece of Marvel comic history. Also available is a solid example of Journey Into Mystery #95, a classic Silver Age Thor issue chock-full of legendary talent. Don’t pass either of these up!
These 10-day auctions run from March 4th to March 14th:
|Fantastic Four #9
CGC Restored Grade in 3.0 condition with off-white pages.
This original book has a purple label, signifying restoration, which includes a small amount of glue on cover, an extra staple, and tape on back cover. All that being said, this is a complete, intact copy of this early Marvel book featuring the third Silver Age appearance of the Sub-Mariner. Stan Lee provides the classic story, while the interior artwork and cover are by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers.
|Journey Into Mystery #95
CGC Universal Grade in 5.5 condition with off-white pages.
For your consideration, this is a solid example of a classic Silver Age Thor book. This issue features a legendary lineup of creative talents, including stories by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, and Robert Bernstein; cover art by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers; and interior artwork by Lieber, Steve Ditko, and Joe Sinnott.
Don’t forget that these auctions are ending Saturday, March 7th:
|Werewolf By Night #32
CGC Universal Grade in 7.5 condition with white pages.
This is an incredible key comic to add to your collection. Featuring the origin and first appearance of Moon Knight (Marc Spector), it has a story written by Doug Moench, art by Don Perlin and Howie Perlin, and a splendid cover by Gil Kane and Al Milgrom.
|Amazing Spider-Man #210
CGC Universal Grade in 9.6 condition with white pages.
This is from an original owner collection. Featuring the first appearance of Madame Web, the story is written by Denny O’Neil, artwork by John Romita Jr. and Joe Sinnott, and a cover by Al Milgrom and Romita Jr.
Everyone, happy bidding!