12-20-2023 Spectacular Comic & Hardcover Book Auction
Listing ID#: 654528

Sale Location

Schnecksville, PA 18078
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Monday Dec 4
Bidding Ends: Wednesday Dec 20
Sale Type
 Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
Tom Hall Auctions, Inc.

Contact: Catherine Keys
Phone: 610-799-0808
Email: info@tomhallauctions.com
Website: www.tomhallauctions.com

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TOM HALL AUCTIONS, INC. ("Auctioneer)
ONLINE AUCTION USER AGREEMENT

PAYMENT TERMS:

IF YOU ARE IN GOOD STANDING WITH TOM HALL AUCTIONS We will charge your credit card for the purchases.

Major Credit Cards, 15% Buyer's Premium, 6% Sales Tax collected, unless if you have provided a valid Sales Tax Exemption Certificate. (NOTE: Credit Card up to $250 for all new bidders, cash or wire transfer above that amount purchased at auctioneer descretion). Auctioneer reserves the right to require wire transfers on any and all purchases.

All bidders will receive an invoice.

If you receive a paid invoice please bring it with you when you pickup.

If you receive an unpaid invoice please call the office with 48 hours (610-799-0808) of the closing of the auction to make your payment and pickup or shipping arrangements

15% Buyer Premium will be added to all purchases.
6% Sales Tax if you are not sales tax exempt.
If you are sales tax exempt you will need to supply a copy of your Sales Tax Exemption Certificate.

Bidder and Auctioneer agree that the terms listed below shall govern each online auction sale.
This auction will be conducted within the framework of the rules listed below and any other provision that may be added by the auctioneer via e-mail or as posted on its website www.tomhallauctions.com. To register to bid go to www.tomhallauctions.com
All registration information that you (also referred to herein as the "Bidder") provides to Auctioneer shall be current, complete, and accurate. Bidders must be 18 years of age or older. Bidder agrees to not use any device, software or routine to interfere or attempt to interfere with the proper working of or any transaction being conducted on and during the auction sale.

1. Access and use of any online auction site maintained by Auctioneer (the "Site") is subject to any and all specific terms and conditions set forth on any individual page within the Site and the terms and conditions of this User Agreement (the "Site User Agreement") and all applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to copyright and trademark laws. BY ACCESSING THIS SITE, YOU AGREE TO ACCEPT, WITHOUT LIMITATION OR QUALIFICATION, ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS USER AGREEMENT and to comply with all applicable laws, statutes, ordinances and regulations regarding your use of this Site. Legal action will be taken against anyone violating the terms and conditions of the Site User Agreement or any other applicable law or regulation. Auctioneer reserves the right to periodically change the terms and conditions of the User Site Agreement and it is the Bidders' responsibility to periodically review any and all changes made to these terms and conditions prior to each use of this Site. By using this Site, you agree in advance to accept any such changes.

2. To receive an online Bidder number you must follow the registration procedure on the Site and provide Auctioneer with a valid, nationally recognized credit card. Bidders expressly authorize the Auctioneer to use their credit card to satisfy the payment amount as well any deposit that may be required. During a sale you can bid for a lot by clicking the "BID" button. Each bid shall be final and binding as soon as you click the "BID" button. The current bid will be displayed on your screen during the sale. In the event of a tie between a bid placed by you online and any other identical bid(s) (including, but not limited to, bids made in person on the sale premises or at the Auctioneer's gallery, and telephone bids), it will be at the Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion as to which bid shall be accepted, and such determination by the Auctioneer shall be final, binding and conclusive. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE BIDDING IN A LIVE AUCTION AND YOU AGREE THAT EACH BID SUBMITTED AS PROVIDED IN THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS IS IRREVOCABLE AND CANNOT BE AMENDED OR CORRECTED, EVEN IF SUBMITTED IN ERROR AND NOTIFIED TO US. YOU ACCEPT FULL LIABILITY FOR ALL BIDS SUBMITTED VIA YOUR ONLINE BIDDING ACCOUNT (INCLUDING THE LIABILITY TO PAY IN FULL AND ON TIME IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ANY LOT THAT IS THE SUBJECT OF A SUCCESSFUL BID SUBMITTED FROM YOUR ACCOUNT). AUCTIONEER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT A REGISTRATION TO BID ONLINE, WITHDRAW ITS PERMISSION FOR YOU TO USE ONLINE BIDDING, OR
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3. Invoices will be emailed to successful Bidders within 24 hours of the close of the auction. Full payment of the purchase price is charged to your credit card prior to e-mail notification that you are the successful Bidder. Applicable taxes will be added to the purchase price of all taxable items. Collection of applicable taxes will be in accordance with the laws of the state where the purchased asset is located.

4. Auctioneer shall charge and collect from each successful Bidder a Thirteen (13) Percent Buyer's Premium on the successful bid for each lot.

5. All items bid on and awarded to you as high Bidder are your property upon payment of your invoice via charge to the credit card registered with the Auctioneer. Buyer will be furnished an electronic receipt at the conclusion of the sale.

6. By registering a Bidder agrees to accept all charges place on the card that is authorized for use at registration, and Bidder waives any and all rights concerning charge-backs or refunds for any items charged to the authorized credit card. You will be suspended or permanently banned from the Site if you provide false information when registering, such as a false name or fraudulent contact information. You will be permanently banned from this Site if you are the successful Bidder and you do not honor your auction bid. Auctioneer's use of e-mail addresses is strictly limited to contact Buyers and Owner/Sellers; any use of this private information by you is strictly prohibited.

7. The descriptions of item/lots appearing in the auction and in advertising prior to the auction are believed to be correct. Nevertheless, neither those descriptions nor any oral statements made by Owner/Seller or Auctioneer concerning any item/lot shall be construed as a warranty either express or implied. ITEM/LOTS ARE SOLD AS IS - WHERE IS and WITH ALL FAULTS. Bidder acknowledges that all item/lots were available for inspection prior to the auction and, by these terms, Auctioneer and Owner/Seller strongly encourage Bidder to carefully inspect each item/lot in which Bidder has any interest to determine the item/lot's nature, quality, condition, quantity and size. Bidder relies solely on personal inspection and not on information listed on the Site or otherwise provided by Auctioneer or Owner/Seller. Bidder's failure to inspect, or otherwise be fully informed as to the nature, quality, condition, quantity and size of any item/lot will not constitute ground for any claim, adjustment, refund, termination of the contract for sale, or refusal to close the sale, against Auctioneer or Owner/Seller. Condition Reports: Auctioneer and its employees are pleased to provide you with the condition of lots offered for auction. However, since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to inspect each lot yourself or have an agent do so on your behalf. All gold and silver weights are approximate, stones have not been verified by jeweler unless expressly indicated. Prospective Bidders should satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Auctioneer or its employees is merely a subjective assessment and not a qualified opinion NOT WITH STANDING WRITTEN REPORTS OR ANY DISCUSSION CONCERNING CONDITION IN THE CATALOGUE OR ON THE SITE.

8. This User Agreement constitutes the final expression of the parties' agreement and a complete and exclusive statement of the terms of the sale. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM THIS SALE AND TRANSACTION AND SHALL NOT APPLY TO THE MERCHANDISE THAT IS THE SUBJECT OF THESE SALES. Despite efforts to avoid the withdrawal of item/lots from the sale after they are listed it may sometimes be necessary. Auctioneer and the Owner/Seller reserve the right to do so at any time before or during the sale.

9. Merchandise becomes the full responsibility of Buyer at time of PAYMENT, and Buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage to property until removed from sale premises. Owner/Seller and Auctioneer agree that merchandise must be removed from the sale premises no later than the date and time for pick-up posted on the Site at the time of registration. THE DATE AND TIME BY WHICH ALL MERCHANDISE MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE SALE PREMISES IS POSTED ON AN AUCTION-BY-AUCTION BASIS, ON THE SPECIFIC AUCTION PAGE. AFTER THE FINAL REMOVAL DATE, YOU AUTHORIZE A CHARGE TO YOUR CREDIT CARD OF A $25.00 PER DAY, PER ITEM/LOT STORAGE FEE. IF MERCHANDISE IS NOT REMOVED WITHIN THREE DAYS AFTER THE FINAL REMOVAL DATE, THE OWNERSHIP OF THE MERCHANDISE WILL REVERT BACK TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER/SELLER AND THE OWNER/SELLER MAY DISPOSE OF OR RESALE THE ITEM/LOT AT THEIR DISCRETION.

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16. As a Bidder, placing a bid is a binding contract between you and the Owner/Seller and the bid cannot be retracted. Once you place a bid, and if you win, you will be obligated to buy the product at the said price you indicated as your bid. Placing a bid on this Site, and winning, then not paying for the product is illegal in most states, and prosecution can result. Tom Hall Auctions, Inc. undertakes the execution of online bidding as a convenience for clients and is not responsible for any inadvertent failure to execute bids, or for any error in the execution of bids.

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22. Auctioneer may from time to time make changes to these terms and conditions. Any changes will be posted on the website at www.tomhallauctions.com or www.tomhallauctions.hibid.com and Auctioneer will endeavor to notify you of the same by means of a notice and link to the revised terms on the web site. Please review these terms and conditions regularly to ensure you are aware of any changes made by the Auctioneer. If you use the Site after changes have been made and posted, you shall be deemed to have agreed to such changes. If you do not agree to such changes, you should not make any subsequent use of the Site.

23. PAYMENT - If you are a successful bidder in the auction and not known to Tom Hall Auctions you will be required to email a copy of your photo ID, and a copy of your credit card front and back (These 2 items must match). We accept all major credit cards from new bidders as payment up to $2500.00. However if the purchase price exceeds $2500.00 you will be required to pay with cash or by wire transfer plus the transfer fees.

Items purchased through online bidding will be paid for in the manner described. Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express are the only forms of payment we Accept for purchases.

NO PAY PAL, CASH OR CHECKS.

We will charge your credit card and you will be emailed a paid receipt Tuesday, September 10, 2019.

Please bring the paid invoice with you at the time of pick up.

24. SHIPPING:
Now Offering In House Shipping!
Say hello to faster, speedier and less costly shipping.

Bid with confidence knowing your items are being packed and shipped right out of our auction gallery direct to you. We are implementing processes that will make it less expensive than a franchise pack & ship store and much faster.

Simple. Speedy. Sold! and now shipping directly to you.
If you need local delivery you may contact Mark Hall 610-428-0187 to discuss a delivery quote.

TOM HALL AUCTIONS, INC. DOES NOT ARRANGE SHIPPING FOR ANY FURNITURE OR RUGS. SHIPPING IS THE BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY.

25. Buyers are responsible for total removal of all purchases. Please bring your own help and any equipment needed to load and move your purchases. You MUST have a paid receipt at time of pick up.

26. 6% Sales tax will be collected for items purchased in this auction unless you are sales tax exempt and have provided Tom Hall Auctions with a copy of your sales tax exemption form.

27.Unfortunately these items are form estate and we cannot guarantee the working condition of any item.

How is this possible?
Tom Hall Auctions, Inc does not know what your maximum online bid is, your bid is taken
in competion with other bidders, it is quite possible depending on how the sequence of bids are received that the item may be sold to someone else at that bid.

The only way to guarantee that you will be the winning bidder is to bid real time, either live online or in person at the auction

28. PICKUP: See pick up tab

Note: If you have any questions pertaining to any of the items in this auction feel free to call Tom Hall Auctions.

Your use of this online auction Site constitutes your acceptance in full of this User Agreement and of all terms and conditions contained herein.

Listing Information
Another Outstanding Comic Book Auction from the Amazing Allentown, PA Collection! Online Auction 7PM Wednesday, December 20, 2023 Bid Now! www.tomhallauctions.com Just when you think it couldn�t get any better, it does! Another remarkable and almost ridiculous catalog of astonishing Comic treasures one right after the other. Outrageously special Marvel and DC diamond items of stunning delight, such as: The first appearance of Swamp Thing, Blade The Vampire Hunter, Ra�s Al Ghul, Ghost Rider, Teen Titans (both versions), Havok, The Rhino, Sabretooth, Adam Warlock, Wonder Man, Super Skrull, MODOK, The Leader, Man-Wolf, Hydra & Shield, and tons more! Plus incredible, extraordinary and early issues of Avengers, Conan: The Barbarian, Justice League Of America, Aquaman, Green Lantern, Flash, Amazing Spider-Man and more! Golden and Silver Age era Charlton, Atlas, Gold Key, Dell Movie Classics, and Warren Publishing, spanning such sensational stuff like Tomb Of Dracula #1, Flash Gordon #1, New Gods #1, rare and unique hardcover volume collections, autographed issues, and outstanding and obscure graphic novel landmark features galore! Online Auction 7PM Wednesday, December 20, 2023 BID NOW! www.tomhallauctions.com Preview the auction by appointment, call 610-799-0808 Items are located at: Tom Hall Auction Gallery, 4644 Main St (Rte 309),Schnecksville, Pa. 18078 Pick up times after the auction: 12PM-3:30PM the day after the auction, 9:30AM-3:30PM Monday � Friday or within 7 days of auction In-house shipping! Bid confidently as we handle the packing and shipping straight from our gallery to you. Quick. Easy. Done! For shipping inquiries, contact us at: shipping@tomhallauctions.com. Contact our shipping department for details, mentioning the auction date and lot number. Online bidding Terms: Major Credit Cards, 15% Buyer�s Premium, 6% Sales Tax collected if you have not provided a valid Sales Tax Exemption Certificate. NOTE: At Auctioneers discretion Credit Card may be charged up to $250 for all new bidders. Cash or wire transfer above that amount purchased may be required. Auctioneer reserves the right to require wire transfers on any and all purchases. Do you have Something to Sell? We Can Help. Real Estate * Downsizing * Estates * Business Liquidations Estate Appraisals * Jewelry & Couture Motorcycle & Car Collection

1
DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.54 1964
Kid Flash, Aqualad and Robin teamed up to become the tremendous Teen Titans and it all begins with this book, their first ever actual appearance as the team "The Thousand And One Dooms Of Mr. Twister," DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 issue numb...

2
Marvels Tales Of Suspense Vol.1 No.57 1964
It's arrows versus armor in this astonishing and amazing epic, the very first appearance of the Avenger's archer who would go onto his own series and become a main staple to the team, the very beginning of Hawkeye is here: Marvels Tales Of Suspence v...

3
DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.60 1965
Their second ever appearance for the TT, but first for this actual team and the first ever Wonder Girl appearance shines spectacularly in this diamond of a book DC's Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 60 from June 1965. The astounding Separated Man ...

4
Charlton Comics Captain Atom Vol.2 No.79 1966
Some breathtakingly stunning artwork and captivating cover from the legend Steve Ditko on this one: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 number 79 from February of 1966, seeing The Atomic man of power facing Doctor Spectro, "Master of Moods." How ca...

5
Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.50 1963
A Lee / Kirby Marvel masterpiece is right, but honestly aren't they all? Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 50 from 1963, a proper point in extra early Avengers lore, this book features the first appearance of The Human Top. A double-length sp...

5
In-House Shipping Available
In-House Shipping Available Consider using our professional in-house shipping department for your auction treasures. With over 30 years of packaging and shipping experience our in-house shipping department has you covered. We ship via UPS and USPS d...

6
Marvels Tales Of Suspense Vol.1 No.85 1967
"Into The Jaws Of Death" showcases some sensational Silver Age lore with both Tony Stark and Steve Rogers stories to satisfy even the staunchest comic lover Marvels Tales Of Suspense volume 1 number 85 from January of 1967. And with Jack Kirby and G...

7
Western Publishing Magnus Robot Fighter No.13 1966
In a ferocious and dystopian future robots and A.I. rise up against man and only Magnus could save usso says this spectacular series from Western Publishing, Magnus, Robot Fighter volume 1 issue number 13 from 1966, "The Evil Ark Of Doctor Noel." Som...

8
Image Walking Dead No.1 WW Philadelphia Ex. 2013
Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore are responsible for creating what has arguably become one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons of the past few decades as far as horror / comic book influenced television goes, and here is a rare and unique example fro...

9
Charlton Comics Captain Atom Vol.2 No.80 1966
Some more super sensational and spectacular Steve Ditko work yet again with series: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 book number 80 from 1966, "Death Knell Of The World." Whether he's punching through a mountain, riding a comet back from Saturn ...

10
Marvels Sgt. Fury Vol.1 No.13 1964
In an attempt to thwart an invasion of England, Captain America and Bucky must elicit the help of Sergeant Fury in this phenomenal title that showcases the first meeting between Captain America and Fury, plus this issue is the second solo Captain A s...

11
DC's The New Gods Vol.1 No.1 1971
The first appearances of Orion and Metron and only the third ever appearance of Darkseid in this incredible key issue: DC's The New Gods volume 1 book number 1 from 1971. The passing of an ancient era into a fiery new holocaust, Jack Kirby's labor of...

12
DC's The Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.63 1965
What a trip this issue is and a stunner to look at too, "Two Super-Chicks On A New Kick" states the cover showcasing Multi-Face having booby-trapped Wonder Woman into a Kryptonite kidnapped victim: DC's The Brave and The Bold volume 1 number 63 from ...

13
DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.186 1969
Just such a remarkable cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito to this excellent and eye-grabbing example DC's The Flash volume 1 number 186 from March 1969, featuring early Reverse Flash and a stunner of a story with an early Sargon The Sorcerer to b...

14
Marvel's Uncanny X-Men Vol.1 No.30 1967
"The Warlock Wakes" shows the evil sorcerer against an early yet extraordinary mutant squad here with Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 30 from March 1967. The most unusual fighting team of all-time helping Professor X in the midst of his danger,...

15
DC's Superman Vol.1 No.172 1964
Truly a Kryptonian gem of Superman lore, here we have DC's Superman number 172 from October 1964, the Caped Crusader rising to new Heights in various parts throughout this issue. The Man Of Steel, Clark Kent masquerading as a "Former Superman," and B...

16
Marvels Spotlight On Ghost Rider Vol.1 No.5 1972
An absolutely undeniable and utterly cool creation from the minds of Gary Friedrich and Mike Ploog, an entity that ever since his birth has spawned tons of fanfare, pop culture notoriety and attention, and become true to life comic book legend, the f...

17
DC's Green Lantern Vol.1 No.18 1963
The sinister Sinestro taunts and terrorizes Hal Jordan in this extremely early emerald issue: DC's Green Lantern number 18 from January, 1963, "The World Of Perilous Traps!" Some stunning back-and-forth between both entities, it's the type of early S...

18
Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hardcover Lot Vol.1-4
Collecting some seriously special content all in one place here, a truly devastating lot of dark delight Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hard covers volume one, volume two, volume three, and volume four, bringing together all Creepy magazines from issue ...

19
DC Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.15 1962
Mike Sekowski and Murphy Anderson collaborated to create this stunner of a cover for a true super star spectacular: DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 issue number 15 from November of 1962, "Challenge Of The Untouchable Aliens." These early JLA'...

20
Marvels Tomb Of Dracula Vol.1 No.1 1972
The descendent of Dracula, Frank Drake, inherits a creepy castle in this treasured Transylvanian terrific tale: Marvels Tomb Of Dracula volume 1 number 1 from 1972, "Night Of The Vampire!" And yes, this is the first appearance of Dracula in a Marvel ...

21
Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.111 1969
Captain A is ambushed by Hydra assassins and the mission goes awry in this sensational and special Steranko epic Marvels Captain America volume 1 number 111 from 1969, "Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die." An absolutely iconic cover image and incredib...

22
DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.4 1962
"The Menace Of Alien Island" in this astonishing aquatic example of early DC, Aquaman and Aqualad discover that they are part of a genetically modified superior human race and absolute adventure ensues, DC's Aquaman volume 1 number 4 from 1962. Some...

23
DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.13 1962
Whether it be Gotham, the Daily Planet or Central City, you know when the world's mightiest team is at the ready, any and all landscapes will become a mosaic of magic and superhero adventure. Here brings together all the team and in a crazy early iss...

24
Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.51 1964
A continuation of his second appearance, the whirling dervish known as the Human Top menaces Giant-Man and The Wasp in this wonderful Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 51 from 1964. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers, a triumverate of tremen...

25
Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.128 1965
The first appearance of the villain Demonicus in this spectacular and sensational Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 128 from 1965, which features the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver actually engaged in battle with The Human Torch and The Thing! Als...

26
Marvels Iron Fist Vol.1 No.14 1977
"White Snow, White Doom" brings forth savagery in comic villain form not seen in some time, lo and behold the very first appearance of Sabretooth here in Marvels Iron Fist volume 1 number 14 from August of 1977. An absolute masterpiece from the maste...

27
Marvels Conan The Barbarian Vol.1 No.15 1972
The first full appearance of Kulan-Gath and a rare Elric appearance to this one, and if that wasn't enough you're getting truly excellent Barry Windsor-Smith artwork throughout: Marvels Conan The Barbarian volume 1 number 15 from May of 1972. Simply ...

28
DC Green Lantern Vol.1 No.40 1965
The monumental first meeting between Alan Scott and Hal Jordan, past and current (at the time) Green Lanterns, in this truly tremendous epic: DC's Green Lanterm volume 1 number 40 from October 1965, "Secret Origin Of The Guardians." Honestly speaking...

29
DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.81 1969
An invulnerable mercenary arrives in Gotham ready to wreck shop and the rest is history in this dynamite Dick Giordano, Neal Adams assault on the sensory's, DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 issue number 81 from 1969, "But Bork Can Hurt You!" Plan...

30
Marvels Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.96 1963
How about some absolute magic? Merlin The Mad against the Mjolnir swinging thunder god Thor in this triumphant Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 96 from 1963, "Mad Merlin." And then to the back of this awesome epic is an astonishing Medusa...

31
Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.100 1968
April 1 of 1968 saw a remarkable and momentous beginning with the coming of Captain America in his new magazine with a big premier issue, guest starring the Black Panther in a very early appearance alongside many other avengers, Marvels Captain Ameri...

32
Charlton Captain Atom Vol.2 No.87 1967
"The Menace Of The Fiery-Icer" includes some seriously outrageous action through sky and sea and land with this wondrous example of atomic awesomeness: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 number 87 from August of 1967. Some minor print scuffs to th...

33
Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.75 1968
The first appearance of the Reducta Craft and with this remarkable and radiant red colored cover by "The King" Kirby, there's nothing to not love with this early and extraordinary Galactus epic Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 75 from June of ...

34
King Comics Flash Gordon Vol.1 No.1 1966
Flash.ahhhhhh, he's a miracle! So goes the popular single by the band Queen, and so goes this miraculous example of Flash Gordon's origin and beginning King Comics Flash Gordon volume 1 issue number 1 from 1966. No matter how hard they might try, th...

35
Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.140 1966
The end of Hydra? Not likely, so here comes Nick fury and Doctor Strange teaming up together in one phenomenal specimen of Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 140 from 1966 "This is the big one!" Jack Kirby and Don Heck behind the pencils and pens...

36
DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.16 1962
A magical Maestro of sorts controls and captures the mighty JLA like a villainous Pied Piper but only with an outrageous organ of bubbling captivity, DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 16 from December of 1962. "Cavern Of Deadly Spheres" ...

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DC's Mystery In Space Vol.1 No.98 1965
A stupendous Silver Age appearance of Adam Strange and Space Ranger with rocket fuel-fired intensity and galactic action with this DC's Mystery In Space volume 1 number 98 from 1965, "The Wizard Of The Cosmos." Book has some slight shipping to the bo...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.5 1962
"The Haunted Sea" showcases an absolute diamond of a cover (personally, probably my favorite Aquaman cover ever) by the legend of Nick Cardy, these killer whales are a far shot from Shamu! DC's Aquaman volume 1 number 5 from 1962, you've got whales, ...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.177 1965
"Superman's Kryptonite Curse" is a sensational fragment of DC lore that begins with a brief retelling of Superman's origins and essence with a detour into a wicked crazy battle with It, DC's Superman volume 1 number 177 from May 1965. Some slight din...

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Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hardcover Lot Vol.5-8
Another spectacular smattering of macabre and horror-filled fights here, with this astounding lot of Dark Horse Archives Creepy hardcovers volume 5, volume 6, volume 7 and volume 8, collecting all magazine issues of Creepy from issue number 21 all th...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.82 1968
Undoubtedly a treasure to behold, here we have a near mint condition of Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 82 from January of 1968, a remarkable and early Jack Kirby Inhumans appearance, Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest of the team in all their as...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.67 1967
"When Opens The Cocoon" showcases the first ever appearance of Adam Warlock but referred to at this time as just "Him," Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 67 from October of 1967. A mysterious item of alien astonishment appears and the FF have to...

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Atlas Margood Black Knight Vol.1 No.2 1955
From the shores of of England and amidst the awesome might of King Arthur's circle comes this Golden Age sample of chivalry and adventure, Atlas Comics and Margood Publishing's Black Knight volume 1 issue number 2 from July 1955, the power of the thr...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.10 1962
The dark forces of the Necronomicon and sorcery leaves the JLA spellbound in this astonishing issue of DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 10 from 1962, "The Fantastic Fingers of Felix Faust" in his very ever appearance and origin story. A...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.21 1966
Wow, look at how beautiful and gorgeous this comic is! True mutant magic on display here, Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 21 from 1966, "From Whence Comes Dominus?" In his first appearance and an early appearance by villain Lucifer, Roy Thomas ...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.201 1967
If this tremendous cover doesn't encapsulate the man of steel perfectly, than honestly not much else could; here we have DC's Superman volume 1 issue number 201 from 1967, "Clark Kent Abandons Superman!" Many super tales and amazing bullet-deflecting...

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Marvels Thor Vol.1 No.223 1974
John Buscema and Mike Esposito really conjured some tremendous thunder with their pen and pencil for this Marvels Mighty Thor volume 1 book number 223 from May of 1974, "Hellfire Across The World." Hercules and Thor deep in the dark recesses of the n...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.70 1974
The Mandarin damages Tony Stark to start off this blitzkrieg of incredible action and it only gets better once a battle between Ultimo and the X-Man Sunfire ensues: Marvels Invincible Iron Man volume 1 number 70 from September 1974, "Who Shall StopUl...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.62 1965
The first Silver Age appearance of Wildcat and The Huntress here and with wondrous work by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson, you just can't go wrong! DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 62 of October of 1965, "Big Super Hero Hunt." As if Huntr...

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Marvels Tomb Of Dracula Vol.1 No.10 1973
Brilliant, breathtaking and beautiful this one is! The undeniably outstanding origin of the Daywalker, the first ever appearance of Blade The Vampire Slayer in Marvels Tomb Of Dracula volume 1 number 10 from July of 1973! A far shot from the mainstay...

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Marvels Red Wolf Vol.1 No.5 1973
A pummeling and prime example of early Wolf-head Warrior lore, here comes the Indian Avenger of The Western Plains Marvel Comics Red Wolf volume 1 issue number 5 from January of 1973, "The Man Who Gunned Down Red Wolf!" That man being Fast John Silv...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.133 1980
The cost of victory is steep and Tony Stark is a hero torn and damaged in this tremendous treasure: Marvels Iron Man volume 1 number 133 from April of 1980, "The Hero Within." An outstanding Bob Layton cover and inner art as well, showcasing a truly ...

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DC Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.38 1965
As intricate and complex as a DC story can get almost but perhaps even more action packed, this proper JLA item DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 38 from 1965, "Crisis On Earth-A." No shortage of heroes here, including everyone from Dr....

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.8 1963
One lake after the other is mysteriously drained and Earth is in danger in this aquatic epic, here enters Aqualad and DC's Aquaman in volume 1 book number 8 from March of 1963, "The Plot To Steal The Seas." A spaceship sends away the two water savior...

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Marvels Sgt. Fury King Size Annual No.1 1965
The 38th Parallel and Korea has almost never been showcased in such awesome and eye-grabbing fashion as created by the comic giants Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Dick Ayers and many others in this first: Marvel Comics Sgt. Fury And His Howling Commandos King...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.166 1966
Astonishing art by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella, this one runs extremely hot and cold but quite literally DC's The Flash volume 1 number 166 from 1966, "The Last Stand Of The Three Time Losers" shows Captain Cold and Heat Wave team up and trounc...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.68 1966
Mike Sekowski and Mike Esposito drew a stunner of a cover and incredible inner paging imagery to this marvelous Bat spectacle: DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 68 from October of 1966, the infamous Bat-Hulk issue seeing Bats and Metamorpho...

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DC's Hawkman Vol.1 No.2 1964
"Secret Of The Sizzling Sparklers" showcases an early and extraordinary Hawkman and Hawkgirl spectacle with an odd and powerful alien race baring down and airborne battles ensue, DC's Hawkman volume 1 issue only number 2 from June of 1964. Fresh off ...

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Marvel Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.105
A double length modern Marvel masterpiece of its time and still is to this day, here we have Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 105 from 1964, "Cobra And Mr.Hyde." The Earth's mightiest team assembles and The Avengers are up against insane ...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.67 1968
The Spedial Initiation Issue with Green Arrow, Hawkman and Atom attempting to gain entry into the coveted and beloved JLA is here DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 book number 67 from 1968, and in a giant-sized magazine-styled 80 page epic fea...

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Marvels Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.102
Yet another titanic and terrific triumph from the masterminds behind some of the greatest comic morsels ever, here is Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 102 from March of 1964. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Artie Simek shot thunder into these e...

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DC's House Of Mystery Vol.1 No.73 1965
The first appearance of Prince Ra-Man in the way of Merlin by Gargoyle banishment, to say this issue isn't intriguing would be a lie; DC's House Of Secrets volume 1 issue number 73 from 1965, "The Death Of Mark Merlin." What riddles hide inside the S...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.58 1969
The first appearance of Cyclops' brother Havok and in what is arguably a Near Mint condition issue: Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 58 from 1969, "Mission: Murder." It begins with a furious Sentinel battle and evolves into an all-out thriller w...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.35 1967
A very early appearance from the awesome mind-bending vocalist mutant Banshee to start off this early X team epic also featuring a rare Spider-Man encounter Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 35 from August of 1967, "Along Came A Spider." The mos...

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Gold Key Magnus Robot Fighter Vol.1 No.17 1967
Existence as we know it in danger against the threat of tons of miniature multiplying machines and only our hero Magnus can save us in this Silver Age'd spectacle Gold Key Comics Magnus, The Robot Fighter volume 1 number 17 from 1967, "The Deadly Pe...

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DC's Detective Comics Vol.1 No.336 1965
The early Carmine Infantino covers to Detective Comics are truly astonishing and when it was Scarecrow related it was made that much better, here we have a prime example of that and the second appearance of The Outsider as well: DC's Detective Comics...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.125 1964
This tremendous issue showcases Prince Namor displaying a power he doesn't often wield in mimicking seal life and its arguably ever more present in this one than any other, a true ST gem because you're also getting early Torch, Thing, and Dr.Strange:...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.18 1963
Another stunner of a DC cover by Mike Sekowski, "Journey Into The Micro-World" shows the first appearance of Starzl in DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 18 from 1963. A mianture JLA or just projections? Can they save the day? Questions l...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.60
Bruce Banner versus an indestructible robot of his own creation in this Marvel epic that features not only a Hulk story but a separate Giant-Man tale in a new change to early TTA, Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 60 from 1964. The glorious S...

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Marvels Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.41 1966
A savage and memorable ASM comes running at you here, Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 41 from October of 1966, "The Horns of The Rhino" = the first appearance of The Rhino! J. Jonah giving Peter Parker his usual tirade of demands when a be...

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Marvels Daredevil Vol.1 No.9 1965
Matt Murdock in danger up to his eyes, but it's par for the course when you're Daredevil. Featuring some absolutely wonderful Wally Wood artwork, the blind crimson hero featured in action on land and sea with castle backdrops that are a delight, Marv...

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Marvels Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.124 1973
When you have legends like Gil Kane and John Romita working magic behind the pages anything is possible, such is the case with the origin and introduction of Man-Wolf, here in his first appearance Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 124 from S...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.122 1964
"3 Against The Torch" showcases some more outstanding and legendary imagery from Ditko and Ayers with an absolute magical cover layout, Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 122 from July 1964. This is only 12 issues after his first appearance and wh...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.7 1963
The sleuth of the seven seas up against gigantic and ferocious spiny water creatures from whenst he came, in "Sea Beasts From Atlantis" DC's Aquaman volume 1 issue number 7 from January 1963. As always is the case, these extra early Aquaman issues ar...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.112 1969
Considered a souvenir issue' of sorts and a special spectacle of its time, this, a complete retelling of the origin of Captain America and some of his greatest moments with appearances by Sub-Mariner, Nick Fury, Iron Man, Red Skull and many others, a...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.9 1964
One of the earliest characters ever inducted into The Avengers, the ever powerful and mighty Wonder Man makes his first ever appearance here in Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 9 from 1964. An immensely strong beast created by the evil Baron Zemo...

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Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.162 1976
Let the Punishment fit the crime! Another important issue and first appearance (Jigsaw, one of Punisher's main villains) a couple appearances after his world-capturing first, The Punisher goes after Spidey and Nightcrawler together believing one of t...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.57
A collision of epic proportions when a popular and friendly neighborhood hero swings into the foreground against Giant-Man and The Wasp, here in Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 57 from 1964. The Wasp arrives to Giant-Man's lab to discover h...

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Charlton Comics Blue Beetle Vol.1 No.2 1967
Brilliant and beautiful, not only in color and image vibrancy but also in Silver Age superhero spectacle: Charlton Comics Blue Beetle volume 1 number 2 from August of 1967, "The End Is A Beginning!" Only the second in a fresh new insect series with a...

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Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.35 1966
The second ever appearance of The Molten Man, a villain glimmering with a golden hue and devil intent, here in this early Spidey spectacle: Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 35 from April of 1966, "The Molten Man Regrets!" Stan Lee, Steve Di...

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Marvels Nick Fury, Agent Of Vol.1 Nos. 3 & 4 1968
A scintillating and strike of prime Steranko issues here, Marvels Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD volume 1 issue numbers 3 and 4 from August and September of 1968, including the SHIELD origin issue number 4. Legend Jim Steranko was arguably the only one w...

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Marvels Daredevil Vol.1 No.21 1966
The vicious villain The Owl endangers Matt Murdock and the rest of the world with a gigantic mechanical Owl amidst a volcanic eruption and if that doesn't signal spectacular Silver Age action than nothing does Marvels Daredevil volume 1 number 21 fr...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.26 1966
The world's greatest heroes rise up and assemble with the Wasp as a victim to the powerful Attuma in this tremendous Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 26 from March of 1966, "The Voice Of The Wasp." Even Sub-Mariner has to intervene with his aqua...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.59 1964
Could it possibly get any more monumental than a blitzing battle between two legendary comic Behemoths like Bruce Banner versus Giant-Man? Not often and not for this age, that's for sure; "Enter The Hulk" shows the not-so-jolly green Gamma radiated g...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.138 1965
Excelsior! "Sometimes The Good Guys Lose" sees our cunning head of SHIELD up against the ever-present evil of Hydra and the launching of a Betatron Bomb, but what really makes this book magical is the separate Dr.Strange story "If Eternity Should Fai...

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DC's Action Comics Vol.1 No.268 1960
Just on the cusp of Golden to Silver Age Superman lore shows up here with two worlds colliding, Hercules and the Man of Steel, here in DC's Action Comics volume 1 number 268 from 1960, "Superman's Battle With Hercules." It's the powers of Olympus ver...

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DC's The Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.42 1962
"The Menace Of The Dragonfly Raiders" features all types of bird-brained Silver Age'd lunacy with the early JLA'er Hawkman at the forefront, here goes DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 42 from 1962. Gardner Fox and Joe Kubert firing on all ...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.8 1968
"A Duel Must End" showcases the second part ending of the first furious and fantastic battle between Gladiator and Tony Stark, Gladiator at the time a mainstay villain to old shell-head and Daredevil amongst a few others, and the fight segments start...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.168 1967
The Green Lantern wakes up mysteriously on a ship not knowing who he is or how he got there action ensues, and then the crimson speedster must help him find his ring in this DC epic that features not one but two Justice League Of America alumni: The ...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.135 1965
The greatest action-thriller of all-time? Well, even if it isn't, it surely isn't far off: Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 135 from 1965. The supreme headquarters international espionage law enforcement division or for short, SHIELD, here in st...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.20 1966
He most unusual fighting team of all-time meets the evil menace of Lucifer yet again in this very early mutant morsel Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 issue number 20 from May of 1966, "I, Lucifer!" The Blob and Unus masquerade as the X team while rob...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.16 1965
"Possibly the most memorable illustrated story you will read all year!" Claimed the introductory page to this early issue and it wasn't far off and still holds amazingly, Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 16 from 1965, "The Old Order Changeth!" An...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.54 1964
Kid Flash, Aqualad and Robin teamed up to become the tremendous Teen Titans and it all begins with this book, their first ever actual appearance as the team "The Thousand And One Dooms Of Mr. Twister," DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 issue numb...

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Marvels Tales Of Suspense Vol.1 No.57 1964
It's arrows versus armor in this astonishing and amazing epic, the very first appearance of the Avenger's archer who would go onto his own series and become a main staple to the team, the very beginning of Hawkeye is here: Marvels Tales Of Suspence v...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.60 1965
Their second ever appearance for the TT, but first for this actual team and the first ever Wonder Girl appearance shines spectacularly in this diamond of a book DC's Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 60 from June 1965. The astounding Separated Man ...

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Charlton Comics Captain Atom Vol.2 No.79 1966
Some breathtakingly stunning artwork and captivating cover from the legend Steve Ditko on this one: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 number 79 from February of 1966, seeing The Atomic man of power facing Doctor Spectro, "Master of Moods." How ca...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.50 1963
A Lee / Kirby Marvel masterpiece is right, but honestly aren't they all? Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 50 from 1963, a proper point in extra early Avengers lore, this book features the first appearance of The Human Top. A double-length sp...

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Marvels Tales Of Suspense Vol.1 No.85 1967
"Into The Jaws Of Death" showcases some sensational Silver Age lore with both Tony Stark and Steve Rogers stories to satisfy even the staunchest comic lover Marvels Tales Of Suspense volume 1 number 85 from January of 1967. And with Jack Kirby and G...

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Western Publishing Magnus Robot Fighter No.13 1966
In a ferocious and dystopian future robots and A.I. rise up against man and only Magnus could save usso says this spectacular series from Western Publishing, Magnus, Robot Fighter volume 1 issue number 13 from 1966, "The Evil Ark Of Doctor Noel." Som...

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Image Walking Dead No.1 WW Philadelphia Ex. 2013
Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore are responsible for creating what has arguably become one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons of the past few decades as far as horror / comic book influenced television goes, and here is a rare and unique example fro...

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Charlton Comics Captain Atom Vol.2 No.80 1966
Some more super sensational and spectacular Steve Ditko work yet again with series: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 book number 80 from 1966, "Death Knell Of The World." Whether he's punching through a mountain, riding a comet back from Saturn ...

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Marvels Sgt. Fury Vol.1 No.13 1964
In an attempt to thwart an invasion of England, Captain America and Bucky must elicit the help of Sergeant Fury in this phenomenal title that showcases the first meeting between Captain America and Fury, plus this issue is the second solo Captain A s...

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DC's The New Gods Vol.1 No.1 1971
The first appearances of Orion and Metron and only the third ever appearance of Darkseid in this incredible key issue: DC's The New Gods volume 1 book number 1 from 1971. The passing of an ancient era into a fiery new holocaust, Jack Kirby's labor of...

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DC's The Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.63 1965
What a trip this issue is and a stunner to look at too, "Two Super-Chicks On A New Kick" states the cover showcasing Multi-Face having booby-trapped Wonder Woman into a Kryptonite kidnapped victim: DC's The Brave and The Bold volume 1 number 63 from ...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.186 1969
Just such a remarkable cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito to this excellent and eye-grabbing example DC's The Flash volume 1 number 186 from March 1969, featuring early Reverse Flash and a stunner of a story with an early Sargon The Sorcerer to b...

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Marvel's Uncanny X-Men Vol.1 No.30 1967
"The Warlock Wakes" shows the evil sorcerer against an early yet extraordinary mutant squad here with Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 30 from March 1967. The most unusual fighting team of all-time helping Professor X in the midst of his danger,...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.172 1964
Truly a Kryptonian gem of Superman lore, here we have DC's Superman number 172 from October 1964, the Caped Crusader rising to new Heights in various parts throughout this issue. The Man Of Steel, Clark Kent masquerading as a "Former Superman," and B...

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Marvels Spotlight On Ghost Rider Vol.1 No.5 1972
An absolutely undeniable and utterly cool creation from the minds of Gary Friedrich and Mike Ploog, an entity that ever since his birth has spawned tons of fanfare, pop culture notoriety and attention, and become true to life comic book legend, the f...

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DC's Green Lantern Vol.1 No.18 1963
The sinister Sinestro taunts and terrorizes Hal Jordan in this extremely early emerald issue: DC's Green Lantern number 18 from January, 1963, "The World Of Perilous Traps!" Some stunning back-and-forth between both entities, it's the type of early S...

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Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hardcover Lot Vol.1-4
Collecting some seriously special content all in one place here, a truly devastating lot of dark delight Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hard covers volume one, volume two, volume three, and volume four, bringing together all Creepy magazines from issue ...

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DC Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.15 1962
Mike Sekowski and Murphy Anderson collaborated to create this stunner of a cover for a true super star spectacular: DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 issue number 15 from November of 1962, "Challenge Of The Untouchable Aliens." These early JLA'...

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Marvels Tomb Of Dracula Vol.1 No.1 1972
The descendent of Dracula, Frank Drake, inherits a creepy castle in this treasured Transylvanian terrific tale: Marvels Tomb Of Dracula volume 1 number 1 from 1972, "Night Of The Vampire!" And yes, this is the first appearance of Dracula in a Marvel ...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.111 1969
Captain A is ambushed by Hydra assassins and the mission goes awry in this sensational and special Steranko epic Marvels Captain America volume 1 number 111 from 1969, "Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die." An absolutely iconic cover image and incredib...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.4 1962
"The Menace Of Alien Island" in this astonishing aquatic example of early DC, Aquaman and Aqualad discover that they are part of a genetically modified superior human race and absolute adventure ensues, DC's Aquaman volume 1 number 4 from 1962. Some...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.13 1962
Whether it be Gotham, the Daily Planet or Central City, you know when the world's mightiest team is at the ready, any and all landscapes will become a mosaic of magic and superhero adventure. Here brings together all the team and in a crazy early iss...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.51 1964
A continuation of his second appearance, the whirling dervish known as the Human Top menaces Giant-Man and The Wasp in this wonderful Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 51 from 1964. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers, a triumverate of tremen...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.128 1965
The first appearance of the villain Demonicus in this spectacular and sensational Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 128 from 1965, which features the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver actually engaged in battle with The Human Torch and The Thing! Als...

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Marvels Iron Fist Vol.1 No.14 1977
"White Snow, White Doom" brings forth savagery in comic villain form not seen in some time, lo and behold the very first appearance of Sabretooth here in Marvels Iron Fist volume 1 number 14 from August of 1977. An absolute masterpiece from the maste...

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Marvels Conan The Barbarian Vol.1 No.15 1972
The first full appearance of Kulan-Gath and a rare Elric appearance to this one, and if that wasn't enough you're getting truly excellent Barry Windsor-Smith artwork throughout: Marvels Conan The Barbarian volume 1 number 15 from May of 1972. Simply ...

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DC Green Lantern Vol.1 No.40 1965
The monumental first meeting between Alan Scott and Hal Jordan, past and current (at the time) Green Lanterns, in this truly tremendous epic: DC's Green Lanterm volume 1 number 40 from October 1965, "Secret Origin Of The Guardians." Honestly speaking...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.81 1969
An invulnerable mercenary arrives in Gotham ready to wreck shop and the rest is history in this dynamite Dick Giordano, Neal Adams assault on the sensory's, DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 issue number 81 from 1969, "But Bork Can Hurt You!" Plan...

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Marvels Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.96 1963
How about some absolute magic? Merlin The Mad against the Mjolnir swinging thunder god Thor in this triumphant Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 96 from 1963, "Mad Merlin." And then to the back of this awesome epic is an astonishing Medusa...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.100 1968
April 1 of 1968 saw a remarkable and momentous beginning with the coming of Captain America in his new magazine with a big premier issue, guest starring the Black Panther in a very early appearance alongside many other avengers, Marvels Captain Ameri...

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Charlton Captain Atom Vol.2 No.87 1967
"The Menace Of The Fiery-Icer" includes some seriously outrageous action through sky and sea and land with this wondrous example of atomic awesomeness: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 number 87 from August of 1967. Some minor print scuffs to th...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.75 1968
The first appearance of the Reducta Craft and with this remarkable and radiant red colored cover by "The King" Kirby, there's nothing to not love with this early and extraordinary Galactus epic Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 75 from June of ...

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King Comics Flash Gordon Vol.1 No.1 1966
Flash.ahhhhhh, he's a miracle! So goes the popular single by the band Queen, and so goes this miraculous example of Flash Gordon's origin and beginning King Comics Flash Gordon volume 1 issue number 1 from 1966. No matter how hard they might try, th...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.140 1966
The end of Hydra? Not likely, so here comes Nick fury and Doctor Strange teaming up together in one phenomenal specimen of Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 140 from 1966 "This is the big one!" Jack Kirby and Don Heck behind the pencils and pens...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.16 1962
A magical Maestro of sorts controls and captures the mighty JLA like a villainous Pied Piper but only with an outrageous organ of bubbling captivity, DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 16 from December of 1962. "Cavern Of Deadly Spheres" ...

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DC's Mystery In Space Vol.1 No.98 1965
A stupendous Silver Age appearance of Adam Strange and Space Ranger with rocket fuel-fired intensity and galactic action with this DC's Mystery In Space volume 1 number 98 from 1965, "The Wizard Of The Cosmos." Book has some slight shipping to the bo...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.5 1962
"The Haunted Sea" showcases an absolute diamond of a cover (personally, probably my favorite Aquaman cover ever) by the legend of Nick Cardy, these killer whales are a far shot from Shamu! DC's Aquaman volume 1 number 5 from 1962, you've got whales, ...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.177 1965
"Superman's Kryptonite Curse" is a sensational fragment of DC lore that begins with a brief retelling of Superman's origins and essence with a detour into a wicked crazy battle with It, DC's Superman volume 1 number 177 from May 1965. Some slight din...

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Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hardcover Lot Vol.5-8
Another spectacular smattering of macabre and horror-filled fights here, with this astounding lot of Dark Horse Archives Creepy hardcovers volume 5, volume 6, volume 7 and volume 8, collecting all magazine issues of Creepy from issue number 21 all th...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.82 1968
Undoubtedly a treasure to behold, here we have a near mint condition of Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 82 from January of 1968, a remarkable and early Jack Kirby Inhumans appearance, Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest of the team in all their as...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.67 1967
"When Opens The Cocoon" showcases the first ever appearance of Adam Warlock but referred to at this time as just "Him," Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 67 from October of 1967. A mysterious item of alien astonishment appears and the FF have to...

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Atlas Margood Black Knight Vol.1 No.2 1955
From the shores of of England and amidst the awesome might of King Arthur's circle comes this Golden Age sample of chivalry and adventure, Atlas Comics and Margood Publishing's Black Knight volume 1 issue number 2 from July 1955, the power of the thr...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.10 1962
The dark forces of the Necronomicon and sorcery leaves the JLA spellbound in this astonishing issue of DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 10 from 1962, "The Fantastic Fingers of Felix Faust" in his very ever appearance and origin story. A...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.21 1966
Wow, look at how beautiful and gorgeous this comic is! True mutant magic on display here, Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 21 from 1966, "From Whence Comes Dominus?" In his first appearance and an early appearance by villain Lucifer, Roy Thomas ...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.201 1967
If this tremendous cover doesn't encapsulate the man of steel perfectly, than honestly not much else could; here we have DC's Superman volume 1 issue number 201 from 1967, "Clark Kent Abandons Superman!" Many super tales and amazing bullet-deflecting...

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Marvels Thor Vol.1 No.223 1974
John Buscema and Mike Esposito really conjured some tremendous thunder with their pen and pencil for this Marvels Mighty Thor volume 1 book number 223 from May of 1974, "Hellfire Across The World." Hercules and Thor deep in the dark recesses of the n...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.70 1974
The Mandarin damages Tony Stark to start off this blitzkrieg of incredible action and it only gets better once a battle between Ultimo and the X-Man Sunfire ensues: Marvels Invincible Iron Man volume 1 number 70 from September 1974, "Who Shall StopUl...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.62 1965
The first Silver Age appearance of Wildcat and The Huntress here and with wondrous work by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson, you just can't go wrong! DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 62 of October of 1965, "Big Super Hero Hunt." As if Huntr...

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Marvels Tomb Of Dracula Vol.1 No.10 1973
Brilliant, breathtaking and beautiful this one is! The undeniably outstanding origin of the Daywalker, the first ever appearance of Blade The Vampire Slayer in Marvels Tomb Of Dracula volume 1 number 10 from July of 1973! A far shot from the mainstay...

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Marvels Red Wolf Vol.1 No.5 1973
A pummeling and prime example of early Wolf-head Warrior lore, here comes the Indian Avenger of The Western Plains Marvel Comics Red Wolf volume 1 issue number 5 from January of 1973, "The Man Who Gunned Down Red Wolf!" That man being Fast John Silv...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.133 1980
The cost of victory is steep and Tony Stark is a hero torn and damaged in this tremendous treasure: Marvels Iron Man volume 1 number 133 from April of 1980, "The Hero Within." An outstanding Bob Layton cover and inner art as well, showcasing a truly ...

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DC Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.38 1965
As intricate and complex as a DC story can get almost but perhaps even more action packed, this proper JLA item DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 38 from 1965, "Crisis On Earth-A." No shortage of heroes here, including everyone from Dr....

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.8 1963
One lake after the other is mysteriously drained and Earth is in danger in this aquatic epic, here enters Aqualad and DC's Aquaman in volume 1 book number 8 from March of 1963, "The Plot To Steal The Seas." A spaceship sends away the two water savior...

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Marvels Sgt. Fury King Size Annual No.1 1965
The 38th Parallel and Korea has almost never been showcased in such awesome and eye-grabbing fashion as created by the comic giants Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Dick Ayers and many others in this first: Marvel Comics Sgt. Fury And His Howling Commandos King...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.166 1966
Astonishing art by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella, this one runs extremely hot and cold but quite literally DC's The Flash volume 1 number 166 from 1966, "The Last Stand Of The Three Time Losers" shows Captain Cold and Heat Wave team up and trounc...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.68 1966
Mike Sekowski and Mike Esposito drew a stunner of a cover and incredible inner paging imagery to this marvelous Bat spectacle: DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 68 from October of 1966, the infamous Bat-Hulk issue seeing Bats and Metamorpho...

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DC's Hawkman Vol.1 No.2 1964
"Secret Of The Sizzling Sparklers" showcases an early and extraordinary Hawkman and Hawkgirl spectacle with an odd and powerful alien race baring down and airborne battles ensue, DC's Hawkman volume 1 issue only number 2 from June of 1964. Fresh off ...

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Marvel Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.105
A double length modern Marvel masterpiece of its time and still is to this day, here we have Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 105 from 1964, "Cobra And Mr.Hyde." The Earth's mightiest team assembles and The Avengers are up against insane ...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.67 1968
The Spedial Initiation Issue with Green Arrow, Hawkman and Atom attempting to gain entry into the coveted and beloved JLA is here DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 book number 67 from 1968, and in a giant-sized magazine-styled 80 page epic fea...

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Marvels Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.102
Yet another titanic and terrific triumph from the masterminds behind some of the greatest comic morsels ever, here is Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 102 from March of 1964. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Artie Simek shot thunder into these e...

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DC's House Of Mystery Vol.1 No.73 1965
The first appearance of Prince Ra-Man in the way of Merlin by Gargoyle banishment, to say this issue isn't intriguing would be a lie; DC's House Of Secrets volume 1 issue number 73 from 1965, "The Death Of Mark Merlin." What riddles hide inside the S...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.58 1969
The first appearance of Cyclops' brother Havok and in what is arguably a Near Mint condition issue: Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 58 from 1969, "Mission: Murder." It begins with a furious Sentinel battle and evolves into an all-out thriller w...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.35 1967
A very early appearance from the awesome mind-bending vocalist mutant Banshee to start off this early X team epic also featuring a rare Spider-Man encounter Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 35 from August of 1967, "Along Came A Spider." The mos...

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Gold Key Magnus Robot Fighter Vol.1 No.17 1967
Existence as we know it in danger against the threat of tons of miniature multiplying machines and only our hero Magnus can save us in this Silver Age'd spectacle Gold Key Comics Magnus, The Robot Fighter volume 1 number 17 from 1967, "The Deadly Pe...

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DC's Detective Comics Vol.1 No.336 1965
The early Carmine Infantino covers to Detective Comics are truly astonishing and when it was Scarecrow related it was made that much better, here we have a prime example of that and the second appearance of The Outsider as well: DC's Detective Comics...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.125 1964
This tremendous issue showcases Prince Namor displaying a power he doesn't often wield in mimicking seal life and its arguably ever more present in this one than any other, a true ST gem because you're also getting early Torch, Thing, and Dr.Strange:...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.18 1963
Another stunner of a DC cover by Mike Sekowski, "Journey Into The Micro-World" shows the first appearance of Starzl in DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 18 from 1963. A mianture JLA or just projections? Can they save the day? Questions l...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.60
Bruce Banner versus an indestructible robot of his own creation in this Marvel epic that features not only a Hulk story but a separate Giant-Man tale in a new change to early TTA, Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 60 from 1964. The glorious S...

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Marvels Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.41 1966
A savage and memorable ASM comes running at you here, Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 41 from October of 1966, "The Horns of The Rhino" = the first appearance of The Rhino! J. Jonah giving Peter Parker his usual tirade of demands when a be...

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Marvels Daredevil Vol.1 No.9 1965
Matt Murdock in danger up to his eyes, but it's par for the course when you're Daredevil. Featuring some absolutely wonderful Wally Wood artwork, the blind crimson hero featured in action on land and sea with castle backdrops that are a delight, Marv...

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Marvels Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.124 1973
When you have legends like Gil Kane and John Romita working magic behind the pages anything is possible, such is the case with the origin and introduction of Man-Wolf, here in his first appearance Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 124 from S...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.122 1964
"3 Against The Torch" showcases some more outstanding and legendary imagery from Ditko and Ayers with an absolute magical cover layout, Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 122 from July 1964. This is only 12 issues after his first appearance and wh...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.7 1963
The sleuth of the seven seas up against gigantic and ferocious spiny water creatures from whenst he came, in "Sea Beasts From Atlantis" DC's Aquaman volume 1 issue number 7 from January 1963. As always is the case, these extra early Aquaman issues ar...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.112 1969
Considered a souvenir issue' of sorts and a special spectacle of its time, this, a complete retelling of the origin of Captain America and some of his greatest moments with appearances by Sub-Mariner, Nick Fury, Iron Man, Red Skull and many others, a...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.9 1964
One of the earliest characters ever inducted into The Avengers, the ever powerful and mighty Wonder Man makes his first ever appearance here in Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 9 from 1964. An immensely strong beast created by the evil Baron Zemo...

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Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.162 1976
Let the Punishment fit the crime! Another important issue and first appearance (Jigsaw, one of Punisher's main villains) a couple appearances after his world-capturing first, The Punisher goes after Spidey and Nightcrawler together believing one of t...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.57
A collision of epic proportions when a popular and friendly neighborhood hero swings into the foreground against Giant-Man and The Wasp, here in Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 57 from 1964. The Wasp arrives to Giant-Man's lab to discover h...

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Charlton Comics Blue Beetle Vol.1 No.2 1967
Brilliant and beautiful, not only in color and image vibrancy but also in Silver Age superhero spectacle: Charlton Comics Blue Beetle volume 1 number 2 from August of 1967, "The End Is A Beginning!" Only the second in a fresh new insect series with a...

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Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.35 1966
The second ever appearance of The Molten Man, a villain glimmering with a golden hue and devil intent, here in this early Spidey spectacle: Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 35 from April of 1966, "The Molten Man Regrets!" Stan Lee, Steve Di...

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Marvels Nick Fury, Agent Of Vol.1 Nos. 3 & 4 1968
A scintillating and strike of prime Steranko issues here, Marvels Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD volume 1 issue numbers 3 and 4 from August and September of 1968, including the SHIELD origin issue number 4. Legend Jim Steranko was arguably the only one w...

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Marvels Daredevil Vol.1 No.21 1966
The vicious villain The Owl endangers Matt Murdock and the rest of the world with a gigantic mechanical Owl amidst a volcanic eruption and if that doesn't signal spectacular Silver Age action than nothing does Marvels Daredevil volume 1 number 21 fr...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.26 1966
The world's greatest heroes rise up and assemble with the Wasp as a victim to the powerful Attuma in this tremendous Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 26 from March of 1966, "The Voice Of The Wasp." Even Sub-Mariner has to intervene with his aqua...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.59 1964
Could it possibly get any more monumental than a blitzing battle between two legendary comic Behemoths like Bruce Banner versus Giant-Man? Not often and not for this age, that's for sure; "Enter The Hulk" shows the not-so-jolly green Gamma radiated g...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.138 1965
Excelsior! "Sometimes The Good Guys Lose" sees our cunning head of SHIELD up against the ever-present evil of Hydra and the launching of a Betatron Bomb, but what really makes this book magical is the separate Dr.Strange story "If Eternity Should Fai...

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DC's Action Comics Vol.1 No.268 1960
Just on the cusp of Golden to Silver Age Superman lore shows up here with two worlds colliding, Hercules and the Man of Steel, here in DC's Action Comics volume 1 number 268 from 1960, "Superman's Battle With Hercules." It's the powers of Olympus ver...

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DC's The Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.42 1962
"The Menace Of The Dragonfly Raiders" features all types of bird-brained Silver Age'd lunacy with the early JLA'er Hawkman at the forefront, here goes DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 42 from 1962. Gardner Fox and Joe Kubert firing on all ...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.8 1968
"A Duel Must End" showcases the second part ending of the first furious and fantastic battle between Gladiator and Tony Stark, Gladiator at the time a mainstay villain to old shell-head and Daredevil amongst a few others, and the fight segments start...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.168 1967
The Green Lantern wakes up mysteriously on a ship not knowing who he is or how he got there action ensues, and then the crimson speedster must help him find his ring in this DC epic that features not one but two Justice League Of America alumni: The ...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.135 1965
The greatest action-thriller of all-time? Well, even if it isn't, it surely isn't far off: Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 135 from 1965. The supreme headquarters international espionage law enforcement division or for short, SHIELD, here in st...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.20 1966
He most unusual fighting team of all-time meets the evil menace of Lucifer yet again in this very early mutant morsel Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 issue number 20 from May of 1966, "I, Lucifer!" The Blob and Unus masquerade as the X team while rob...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.16 1965
"Possibly the most memorable illustrated story you will read all year!" Claimed the introductory page to this early issue and it wasn't far off and still holds amazingly, Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 16 from 1965, "The Old Order Changeth!" An...

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12-20-2023 Spectacular Comic & Hardcover Book Auction
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Monday Dec 4
Bidding Ends: Wednesday Dec 20
Sale Location

Schnecksville, PA 18078
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TOM HALL AUCTIONS, INC. ("Auctioneer) ONLINE AUCTION USER AGREEMENT PAYMENT TERMS: IF YOU ARE IN GOOD STANDING WITH TOM HALL AUCTIONS We will charge your credit card for the purchases. Major Credit Cards, 15% Buyer's Premium, 6% Sales Tax collected, unless if you have provided a valid Sales Tax Exemption Certificate. (NOTE: Credit Card up to $250 for all new bidders, cash or wire transfer above that amount purchased at auctioneer descretion). Auctioneer reserves the right to require wire transfers on any and all purchases. All bidders will receive an invoice. If you receive a paid invoice please bring it with you when you pickup. If you receive an unpaid invoice please call the office with 48 hours (610-799-0808) of the closing of the auction to make your payment and pickup or shipping arrangements 15% Buyer Premium will be added to all purchases. 6% Sales Tax if you are not sales tax exempt. If you are sales tax exempt you will need to supply a copy of your Sales Tax Exemption Certificate. Bidder and Auctioneer agree that the terms listed below shall govern each online auction sale. This auction will be conducted within the framework of the rules listed below and any other provision that may be added by the auctioneer via e-mail or as posted on its website www.tomhallauctions.com. To register to bid go to www.tomhallauctions.com All registration information that you (also referred to herein as the "Bidder") provides to Auctioneer shall be current, complete, and accurate. Bidders must be 18 years of age or older. Bidder agrees to not use any device, software or routine to interfere or attempt to interfere with the proper working of or any transaction being conducted on and during the auction sale. 1. 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You agree that you will not use any device, software or routine to interfere or attempt to interfere with the proper working of the Site or any activity being conducted on the Site. You agree that you will not take any action that imposes an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on our infrastructure. You agree that you will not copy, reproduce, alter, modify, create derivative works, or publicly display any content from the Site without prior, express written permission of Auctioneer. THE SITE IS PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OTHER THAN THOSE WARRANTIES WHICH ARE IMPOSED BY AND INCAPABLE OF EXCLUSION, RESTRICTION OR MODIFICATION UNDER THE LAWS APPLICABLE TO THIS AGREEMENT. 19. No legal advice is intended or implied by anything contained within the Site. 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You and Auctioneer are independent contractors, and no agency, partnership, joint venture, employee or franchiser-franchisee relationship is intended or created by this Agreement 21. This User Agreement and any disputes arising out of or related to the Site shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Pennsylvania as applicable to contracts entered into and to be performed entirely within the State of Pennsylvania. If any provision of this User Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be struck and the remaining provisions shall be enforced. Auctioneer's failure to act with respect to a breach by you or others does not waive the right to act with respect to subsequent or similar breaches. This User Agreement sets forth the entire understanding and agreement between us with respect to the subject matter hereof. 22. Auctioneer may from time to time make changes to these terms and conditions. Any changes will be posted on the website at www.tomhallauctions.com or www.tomhallauctions.hibid.com and Auctioneer will endeavor to notify you of the same by means of a notice and link to the revised terms on the web site. Please review these terms and conditions regularly to ensure you are aware of any changes made by the Auctioneer. If you use the Site after changes have been made and posted, you shall be deemed to have agreed to such changes. If you do not agree to such changes, you should not make any subsequent use of the Site. 23. PAYMENT - If you are a successful bidder in the auction and not known to Tom Hall Auctions you will be required to email a copy of your photo ID, and a copy of your credit card front and back (These 2 items must match). We accept all major credit cards from new bidders as payment up to $2500.00. However if the purchase price exceeds $2500.00 you will be required to pay with cash or by wire transfer plus the transfer fees. Items purchased through online bidding will be paid for in the manner described. Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express are the only forms of payment we Accept for purchases. NO PAY PAL, CASH OR CHECKS. We will charge your credit card and you will be emailed a paid receipt Tuesday, September 10, 2019. Please bring the paid invoice with you at the time of pick up. 24. SHIPPING: Now Offering In House Shipping! Say hello to faster, speedier and less costly shipping. Bid with confidence knowing your items are being packed and shipped right out of our auction gallery direct to you. We are implementing processes that will make it less expensive than a franchise pack & ship store and much faster. Simple. Speedy. Sold! and now shipping directly to you. If you need local delivery you may contact Mark Hall 610-428-0187 to discuss a delivery quote. TOM HALL AUCTIONS, INC. DOES NOT ARRANGE SHIPPING FOR ANY FURNITURE OR RUGS. SHIPPING IS THE BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY. 25. Buyers are responsible for total removal of all purchases. Please bring your own help and any equipment needed to load and move your purchases. You MUST have a paid receipt at time of pick up. 26. 6% Sales tax will be collected for items purchased in this auction unless you are sales tax exempt and have provided Tom Hall Auctions with a copy of your sales tax exemption form. 27.Unfortunately these items are form estate and we cannot guarantee the working condition of any item. How is this possible? Tom Hall Auctions, Inc does not know what your maximum online bid is, your bid is taken in competion with other bidders, it is quite possible depending on how the sequence of bids are received that the item may be sold to someone else at that bid. The only way to guarantee that you will be the winning bidder is to bid real time, either live online or in person at the auction 28. PICKUP: See pick up tab Note: If you have any questions pertaining to any of the items in this auction feel free to call Tom Hall Auctions. Your use of this online auction Site constitutes your acceptance in full of this User Agreement and of all terms and conditions contained herein.
Another Outstanding Comic Book Auction from the Amazing Allentown, PA Collection! Online Auction 7PM Wednesday, December 20, 2023 Bid Now! www.tomhallauctions.com Just when you think it couldn�t get any better, it does! Another remarkable and almost ridiculous catalog of astonishing Comic treasures one right after the other. Outrageously special Marvel and DC diamond items of stunning delight, such as: The first appearance of Swamp Thing, Blade The Vampire Hunter, Ra�s Al Ghul, Ghost Rider, Teen Titans (both versions), Havok, The Rhino, Sabretooth, Adam Warlock, Wonder Man, Super Skrull, MODOK, The Leader, Man-Wolf, Hydra & Shield, and tons more! Plus incredible, extraordinary and early issues of Avengers, Conan: The Barbarian, Justice League Of America, Aquaman, Green Lantern, Flash, Amazing Spider-Man and more! Golden and Silver Age era Charlton, Atlas, Gold Key, Dell Movie Classics, and Warren Publishing, spanning such sensational stuff like Tomb Of Dracula #1, Flash Gordon #1, New Gods #1, rare and unique hardcover volume collections, autographed issues, and outstanding and obscure graphic novel landmark features galore! Online Auction 7PM Wednesday, December 20, 2023 BID NOW! www.tomhallauctions.com Preview the auction by appointment, call 610-799-0808 Items are located at: Tom Hall Auction Gallery, 4644 Main St (Rte 309),Schnecksville, Pa. 18078 Pick up times after the auction: 12PM-3:30PM the day after the auction, 9:30AM-3:30PM Monday � Friday or within 7 days of auction In-house shipping! Bid confidently as we handle the packing and shipping straight from our gallery to you. Quick. Easy. Done! For shipping inquiries, contact us at: shipping@tomhallauctions.com. Contact our shipping department for details, mentioning the auction date and lot number. Online bidding Terms: Major Credit Cards, 15% Buyer�s Premium, 6% Sales Tax collected if you have not provided a valid Sales Tax Exemption Certificate. NOTE: At Auctioneers discretion Credit Card may be charged up to $250 for all new bidders. Cash or wire transfer above that amount purchased may be required. Auctioneer reserves the right to require wire transfers on any and all purchases. Do you have Something to Sell? We Can Help. Real Estate * Downsizing * Estates * Business Liquidations Estate Appraisals * Jewelry & Couture Motorcycle & Car Collection

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.54 1964
Kid Flash, Aqualad and Robin teamed up to become the tremendous Teen Titans and it all begins with this book, their first ever actual appearance as the team "The Thousand And One Dooms Of Mr. Twister," DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 issue numb...

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Marvels Tales Of Suspense Vol.1 No.57 1964
It's arrows versus armor in this astonishing and amazing epic, the very first appearance of the Avenger's archer who would go onto his own series and become a main staple to the team, the very beginning of Hawkeye is here: Marvels Tales Of Suspence v...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.60 1965
Their second ever appearance for the TT, but first for this actual team and the first ever Wonder Girl appearance shines spectacularly in this diamond of a book DC's Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 60 from June 1965. The astounding Separated Man ...

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Charlton Comics Captain Atom Vol.2 No.79 1966
Some breathtakingly stunning artwork and captivating cover from the legend Steve Ditko on this one: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 number 79 from February of 1966, seeing The Atomic man of power facing Doctor Spectro, "Master of Moods." How ca...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.50 1963
A Lee / Kirby Marvel masterpiece is right, but honestly aren't they all? Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 50 from 1963, a proper point in extra early Avengers lore, this book features the first appearance of The Human Top. A double-length sp...

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In-House Shipping Available Consider using our professional in-house shipping department for your auction treasures. With over 30 years of packaging and shipping experience our in-house shipping department has you covered. We ship via UPS and USPS d...

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Marvels Tales Of Suspense Vol.1 No.85 1967
"Into The Jaws Of Death" showcases some sensational Silver Age lore with both Tony Stark and Steve Rogers stories to satisfy even the staunchest comic lover Marvels Tales Of Suspense volume 1 number 85 from January of 1967. And with Jack Kirby and G...

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Western Publishing Magnus Robot Fighter No.13 1966
In a ferocious and dystopian future robots and A.I. rise up against man and only Magnus could save usso says this spectacular series from Western Publishing, Magnus, Robot Fighter volume 1 issue number 13 from 1966, "The Evil Ark Of Doctor Noel." Som...

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Image Walking Dead No.1 WW Philadelphia Ex. 2013
Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore are responsible for creating what has arguably become one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons of the past few decades as far as horror / comic book influenced television goes, and here is a rare and unique example fro...

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Charlton Comics Captain Atom Vol.2 No.80 1966
Some more super sensational and spectacular Steve Ditko work yet again with series: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 book number 80 from 1966, "Death Knell Of The World." Whether he's punching through a mountain, riding a comet back from Saturn ...

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Marvels Sgt. Fury Vol.1 No.13 1964
In an attempt to thwart an invasion of England, Captain America and Bucky must elicit the help of Sergeant Fury in this phenomenal title that showcases the first meeting between Captain America and Fury, plus this issue is the second solo Captain A s...

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DC's The New Gods Vol.1 No.1 1971
The first appearances of Orion and Metron and only the third ever appearance of Darkseid in this incredible key issue: DC's The New Gods volume 1 book number 1 from 1971. The passing of an ancient era into a fiery new holocaust, Jack Kirby's labor of...

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DC's The Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.63 1965
What a trip this issue is and a stunner to look at too, "Two Super-Chicks On A New Kick" states the cover showcasing Multi-Face having booby-trapped Wonder Woman into a Kryptonite kidnapped victim: DC's The Brave and The Bold volume 1 number 63 from ...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.186 1969
Just such a remarkable cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito to this excellent and eye-grabbing example DC's The Flash volume 1 number 186 from March 1969, featuring early Reverse Flash and a stunner of a story with an early Sargon The Sorcerer to b...

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Marvel's Uncanny X-Men Vol.1 No.30 1967
"The Warlock Wakes" shows the evil sorcerer against an early yet extraordinary mutant squad here with Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 30 from March 1967. The most unusual fighting team of all-time helping Professor X in the midst of his danger,...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.172 1964
Truly a Kryptonian gem of Superman lore, here we have DC's Superman number 172 from October 1964, the Caped Crusader rising to new Heights in various parts throughout this issue. The Man Of Steel, Clark Kent masquerading as a "Former Superman," and B...

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Marvels Spotlight On Ghost Rider Vol.1 No.5 1972
An absolutely undeniable and utterly cool creation from the minds of Gary Friedrich and Mike Ploog, an entity that ever since his birth has spawned tons of fanfare, pop culture notoriety and attention, and become true to life comic book legend, the f...

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DC's Green Lantern Vol.1 No.18 1963
The sinister Sinestro taunts and terrorizes Hal Jordan in this extremely early emerald issue: DC's Green Lantern number 18 from January, 1963, "The World Of Perilous Traps!" Some stunning back-and-forth between both entities, it's the type of early S...

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Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hardcover Lot Vol.1-4
Collecting some seriously special content all in one place here, a truly devastating lot of dark delight Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hard covers volume one, volume two, volume three, and volume four, bringing together all Creepy magazines from issue ...

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DC Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.15 1962
Mike Sekowski and Murphy Anderson collaborated to create this stunner of a cover for a true super star spectacular: DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 issue number 15 from November of 1962, "Challenge Of The Untouchable Aliens." These early JLA'...

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Marvels Tomb Of Dracula Vol.1 No.1 1972
The descendent of Dracula, Frank Drake, inherits a creepy castle in this treasured Transylvanian terrific tale: Marvels Tomb Of Dracula volume 1 number 1 from 1972, "Night Of The Vampire!" And yes, this is the first appearance of Dracula in a Marvel ...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.111 1969
Captain A is ambushed by Hydra assassins and the mission goes awry in this sensational and special Steranko epic Marvels Captain America volume 1 number 111 from 1969, "Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die." An absolutely iconic cover image and incredib...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.4 1962
"The Menace Of Alien Island" in this astonishing aquatic example of early DC, Aquaman and Aqualad discover that they are part of a genetically modified superior human race and absolute adventure ensues, DC's Aquaman volume 1 number 4 from 1962. Some...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.13 1962
Whether it be Gotham, the Daily Planet or Central City, you know when the world's mightiest team is at the ready, any and all landscapes will become a mosaic of magic and superhero adventure. Here brings together all the team and in a crazy early iss...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.51 1964
A continuation of his second appearance, the whirling dervish known as the Human Top menaces Giant-Man and The Wasp in this wonderful Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 51 from 1964. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers, a triumverate of tremen...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.128 1965
The first appearance of the villain Demonicus in this spectacular and sensational Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 128 from 1965, which features the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver actually engaged in battle with The Human Torch and The Thing! Als...

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Marvels Iron Fist Vol.1 No.14 1977
"White Snow, White Doom" brings forth savagery in comic villain form not seen in some time, lo and behold the very first appearance of Sabretooth here in Marvels Iron Fist volume 1 number 14 from August of 1977. An absolute masterpiece from the maste...

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Marvels Conan The Barbarian Vol.1 No.15 1972
The first full appearance of Kulan-Gath and a rare Elric appearance to this one, and if that wasn't enough you're getting truly excellent Barry Windsor-Smith artwork throughout: Marvels Conan The Barbarian volume 1 number 15 from May of 1972. Simply ...

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DC Green Lantern Vol.1 No.40 1965
The monumental first meeting between Alan Scott and Hal Jordan, past and current (at the time) Green Lanterns, in this truly tremendous epic: DC's Green Lanterm volume 1 number 40 from October 1965, "Secret Origin Of The Guardians." Honestly speaking...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.81 1969
An invulnerable mercenary arrives in Gotham ready to wreck shop and the rest is history in this dynamite Dick Giordano, Neal Adams assault on the sensory's, DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 issue number 81 from 1969, "But Bork Can Hurt You!" Plan...

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Marvels Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.96 1963
How about some absolute magic? Merlin The Mad against the Mjolnir swinging thunder god Thor in this triumphant Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 96 from 1963, "Mad Merlin." And then to the back of this awesome epic is an astonishing Medusa...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.100 1968
April 1 of 1968 saw a remarkable and momentous beginning with the coming of Captain America in his new magazine with a big premier issue, guest starring the Black Panther in a very early appearance alongside many other avengers, Marvels Captain Ameri...

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Charlton Captain Atom Vol.2 No.87 1967
"The Menace Of The Fiery-Icer" includes some seriously outrageous action through sky and sea and land with this wondrous example of atomic awesomeness: Charlton Comics Captain Atom volume 2 number 87 from August of 1967. Some minor print scuffs to th...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.75 1968
The first appearance of the Reducta Craft and with this remarkable and radiant red colored cover by "The King" Kirby, there's nothing to not love with this early and extraordinary Galactus epic Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 75 from June of ...

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King Comics Flash Gordon Vol.1 No.1 1966
Flash.ahhhhhh, he's a miracle! So goes the popular single by the band Queen, and so goes this miraculous example of Flash Gordon's origin and beginning King Comics Flash Gordon volume 1 issue number 1 from 1966. No matter how hard they might try, th...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.140 1966
The end of Hydra? Not likely, so here comes Nick fury and Doctor Strange teaming up together in one phenomenal specimen of Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 140 from 1966 "This is the big one!" Jack Kirby and Don Heck behind the pencils and pens...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.16 1962
A magical Maestro of sorts controls and captures the mighty JLA like a villainous Pied Piper but only with an outrageous organ of bubbling captivity, DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 16 from December of 1962. "Cavern Of Deadly Spheres" ...

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DC's Mystery In Space Vol.1 No.98 1965
A stupendous Silver Age appearance of Adam Strange and Space Ranger with rocket fuel-fired intensity and galactic action with this DC's Mystery In Space volume 1 number 98 from 1965, "The Wizard Of The Cosmos." Book has some slight shipping to the bo...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.5 1962
"The Haunted Sea" showcases an absolute diamond of a cover (personally, probably my favorite Aquaman cover ever) by the legend of Nick Cardy, these killer whales are a far shot from Shamu! DC's Aquaman volume 1 number 5 from 1962, you've got whales, ...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.177 1965
"Superman's Kryptonite Curse" is a sensational fragment of DC lore that begins with a brief retelling of Superman's origins and essence with a detour into a wicked crazy battle with It, DC's Superman volume 1 number 177 from May 1965. Some slight din...

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Dark Horse Archives Creepy Hardcover Lot Vol.5-8
Another spectacular smattering of macabre and horror-filled fights here, with this astounding lot of Dark Horse Archives Creepy hardcovers volume 5, volume 6, volume 7 and volume 8, collecting all magazine issues of Creepy from issue number 21 all th...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.82 1968
Undoubtedly a treasure to behold, here we have a near mint condition of Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 82 from January of 1968, a remarkable and early Jack Kirby Inhumans appearance, Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest of the team in all their as...

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Marvels Fantastic Four Vol.1 No.67 1967
"When Opens The Cocoon" showcases the first ever appearance of Adam Warlock but referred to at this time as just "Him," Marvels Fantastic Four volume 1 number 67 from October of 1967. A mysterious item of alien astonishment appears and the FF have to...

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Atlas Margood Black Knight Vol.1 No.2 1955
From the shores of of England and amidst the awesome might of King Arthur's circle comes this Golden Age sample of chivalry and adventure, Atlas Comics and Margood Publishing's Black Knight volume 1 issue number 2 from July 1955, the power of the thr...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.10 1962
The dark forces of the Necronomicon and sorcery leaves the JLA spellbound in this astonishing issue of DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 10 from 1962, "The Fantastic Fingers of Felix Faust" in his very ever appearance and origin story. A...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.21 1966
Wow, look at how beautiful and gorgeous this comic is! True mutant magic on display here, Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 21 from 1966, "From Whence Comes Dominus?" In his first appearance and an early appearance by villain Lucifer, Roy Thomas ...

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DC's Superman Vol.1 No.201 1967
If this tremendous cover doesn't encapsulate the man of steel perfectly, than honestly not much else could; here we have DC's Superman volume 1 issue number 201 from 1967, "Clark Kent Abandons Superman!" Many super tales and amazing bullet-deflecting...

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Marvels Thor Vol.1 No.223 1974
John Buscema and Mike Esposito really conjured some tremendous thunder with their pen and pencil for this Marvels Mighty Thor volume 1 book number 223 from May of 1974, "Hellfire Across The World." Hercules and Thor deep in the dark recesses of the n...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.70 1974
The Mandarin damages Tony Stark to start off this blitzkrieg of incredible action and it only gets better once a battle between Ultimo and the X-Man Sunfire ensues: Marvels Invincible Iron Man volume 1 number 70 from September 1974, "Who Shall StopUl...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.62 1965
The first Silver Age appearance of Wildcat and The Huntress here and with wondrous work by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson, you just can't go wrong! DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 62 of October of 1965, "Big Super Hero Hunt." As if Huntr...

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Marvels Tomb Of Dracula Vol.1 No.10 1973
Brilliant, breathtaking and beautiful this one is! The undeniably outstanding origin of the Daywalker, the first ever appearance of Blade The Vampire Slayer in Marvels Tomb Of Dracula volume 1 number 10 from July of 1973! A far shot from the mainstay...

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Marvels Red Wolf Vol.1 No.5 1973
A pummeling and prime example of early Wolf-head Warrior lore, here comes the Indian Avenger of The Western Plains Marvel Comics Red Wolf volume 1 issue number 5 from January of 1973, "The Man Who Gunned Down Red Wolf!" That man being Fast John Silv...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.133 1980
The cost of victory is steep and Tony Stark is a hero torn and damaged in this tremendous treasure: Marvels Iron Man volume 1 number 133 from April of 1980, "The Hero Within." An outstanding Bob Layton cover and inner art as well, showcasing a truly ...

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DC Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.38 1965
As intricate and complex as a DC story can get almost but perhaps even more action packed, this proper JLA item DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 38 from 1965, "Crisis On Earth-A." No shortage of heroes here, including everyone from Dr....

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.8 1963
One lake after the other is mysteriously drained and Earth is in danger in this aquatic epic, here enters Aqualad and DC's Aquaman in volume 1 book number 8 from March of 1963, "The Plot To Steal The Seas." A spaceship sends away the two water savior...

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Marvels Sgt. Fury King Size Annual No.1 1965
The 38th Parallel and Korea has almost never been showcased in such awesome and eye-grabbing fashion as created by the comic giants Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Dick Ayers and many others in this first: Marvel Comics Sgt. Fury And His Howling Commandos King...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.166 1966
Astonishing art by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella, this one runs extremely hot and cold but quite literally DC's The Flash volume 1 number 166 from 1966, "The Last Stand Of The Three Time Losers" shows Captain Cold and Heat Wave team up and trounc...

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DC's Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.68 1966
Mike Sekowski and Mike Esposito drew a stunner of a cover and incredible inner paging imagery to this marvelous Bat spectacle: DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 68 from October of 1966, the infamous Bat-Hulk issue seeing Bats and Metamorpho...

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DC's Hawkman Vol.1 No.2 1964
"Secret Of The Sizzling Sparklers" showcases an early and extraordinary Hawkman and Hawkgirl spectacle with an odd and powerful alien race baring down and airborne battles ensue, DC's Hawkman volume 1 issue only number 2 from June of 1964. Fresh off ...

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Marvel Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.105
A double length modern Marvel masterpiece of its time and still is to this day, here we have Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 105 from 1964, "Cobra And Mr.Hyde." The Earth's mightiest team assembles and The Avengers are up against insane ...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.67 1968
The Spedial Initiation Issue with Green Arrow, Hawkman and Atom attempting to gain entry into the coveted and beloved JLA is here DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 book number 67 from 1968, and in a giant-sized magazine-styled 80 page epic fea...

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Marvels Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 No.102
Yet another titanic and terrific triumph from the masterminds behind some of the greatest comic morsels ever, here is Marvels Journey Into Mystery volume 1 number 102 from March of 1964. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Artie Simek shot thunder into these e...

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DC's House Of Mystery Vol.1 No.73 1965
The first appearance of Prince Ra-Man in the way of Merlin by Gargoyle banishment, to say this issue isn't intriguing would be a lie; DC's House Of Secrets volume 1 issue number 73 from 1965, "The Death Of Mark Merlin." What riddles hide inside the S...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.58 1969
The first appearance of Cyclops' brother Havok and in what is arguably a Near Mint condition issue: Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 58 from 1969, "Mission: Murder." It begins with a furious Sentinel battle and evolves into an all-out thriller w...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.35 1967
A very early appearance from the awesome mind-bending vocalist mutant Banshee to start off this early X team epic also featuring a rare Spider-Man encounter Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 number 35 from August of 1967, "Along Came A Spider." The mos...

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Gold Key Magnus Robot Fighter Vol.1 No.17 1967
Existence as we know it in danger against the threat of tons of miniature multiplying machines and only our hero Magnus can save us in this Silver Age'd spectacle Gold Key Comics Magnus, The Robot Fighter volume 1 number 17 from 1967, "The Deadly Pe...

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DC's Detective Comics Vol.1 No.336 1965
The early Carmine Infantino covers to Detective Comics are truly astonishing and when it was Scarecrow related it was made that much better, here we have a prime example of that and the second appearance of The Outsider as well: DC's Detective Comics...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.125 1964
This tremendous issue showcases Prince Namor displaying a power he doesn't often wield in mimicking seal life and its arguably ever more present in this one than any other, a true ST gem because you're also getting early Torch, Thing, and Dr.Strange:...

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DC's Justice League Of America Vol.1 No.18 1963
Another stunner of a DC cover by Mike Sekowski, "Journey Into The Micro-World" shows the first appearance of Starzl in DC's Justice League Of America volume 1 number 18 from 1963. A mianture JLA or just projections? Can they save the day? Questions l...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.60
Bruce Banner versus an indestructible robot of his own creation in this Marvel epic that features not only a Hulk story but a separate Giant-Man tale in a new change to early TTA, Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 60 from 1964. The glorious S...

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Marvels Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.41 1966
A savage and memorable ASM comes running at you here, Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 41 from October of 1966, "The Horns of The Rhino" = the first appearance of The Rhino! J. Jonah giving Peter Parker his usual tirade of demands when a be...

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Marvels Daredevil Vol.1 No.9 1965
Matt Murdock in danger up to his eyes, but it's par for the course when you're Daredevil. Featuring some absolutely wonderful Wally Wood artwork, the blind crimson hero featured in action on land and sea with castle backdrops that are a delight, Marv...

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Marvels Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.124 1973
When you have legends like Gil Kane and John Romita working magic behind the pages anything is possible, such is the case with the origin and introduction of Man-Wolf, here in his first appearance Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 124 from S...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.122 1964
"3 Against The Torch" showcases some more outstanding and legendary imagery from Ditko and Ayers with an absolute magical cover layout, Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 122 from July 1964. This is only 12 issues after his first appearance and wh...

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DC's Aquaman Vol.1 No.7 1963
The sleuth of the seven seas up against gigantic and ferocious spiny water creatures from whenst he came, in "Sea Beasts From Atlantis" DC's Aquaman volume 1 issue number 7 from January 1963. As always is the case, these extra early Aquaman issues ar...

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Marvels Captain America Vol.1 No.112 1969
Considered a souvenir issue' of sorts and a special spectacle of its time, this, a complete retelling of the origin of Captain America and some of his greatest moments with appearances by Sub-Mariner, Nick Fury, Iron Man, Red Skull and many others, a...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.9 1964
One of the earliest characters ever inducted into The Avengers, the ever powerful and mighty Wonder Man makes his first ever appearance here in Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 9 from 1964. An immensely strong beast created by the evil Baron Zemo...

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Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.162 1976
Let the Punishment fit the crime! Another important issue and first appearance (Jigsaw, one of Punisher's main villains) a couple appearances after his world-capturing first, The Punisher goes after Spidey and Nightcrawler together believing one of t...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.57
A collision of epic proportions when a popular and friendly neighborhood hero swings into the foreground against Giant-Man and The Wasp, here in Marvels Tales To Astonish volume 1 number 57 from 1964. The Wasp arrives to Giant-Man's lab to discover h...

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Charlton Comics Blue Beetle Vol.1 No.2 1967
Brilliant and beautiful, not only in color and image vibrancy but also in Silver Age superhero spectacle: Charlton Comics Blue Beetle volume 1 number 2 from August of 1967, "The End Is A Beginning!" Only the second in a fresh new insect series with a...

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Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 No.35 1966
The second ever appearance of The Molten Man, a villain glimmering with a golden hue and devil intent, here in this early Spidey spectacle: Marvels Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 number 35 from April of 1966, "The Molten Man Regrets!" Stan Lee, Steve Di...

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Marvels Nick Fury, Agent Of Vol.1 Nos. 3 & 4 1968
A scintillating and strike of prime Steranko issues here, Marvels Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD volume 1 issue numbers 3 and 4 from August and September of 1968, including the SHIELD origin issue number 4. Legend Jim Steranko was arguably the only one w...

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Marvels Daredevil Vol.1 No.21 1966
The vicious villain The Owl endangers Matt Murdock and the rest of the world with a gigantic mechanical Owl amidst a volcanic eruption and if that doesn't signal spectacular Silver Age action than nothing does Marvels Daredevil volume 1 number 21 fr...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.26 1966
The world's greatest heroes rise up and assemble with the Wasp as a victim to the powerful Attuma in this tremendous Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 26 from March of 1966, "The Voice Of The Wasp." Even Sub-Mariner has to intervene with his aqua...

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Marvels Tales To Astonish Vol.1 No.59 1964
Could it possibly get any more monumental than a blitzing battle between two legendary comic Behemoths like Bruce Banner versus Giant-Man? Not often and not for this age, that's for sure; "Enter The Hulk" shows the not-so-jolly green Gamma radiated g...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.138 1965
Excelsior! "Sometimes The Good Guys Lose" sees our cunning head of SHIELD up against the ever-present evil of Hydra and the launching of a Betatron Bomb, but what really makes this book magical is the separate Dr.Strange story "If Eternity Should Fai...

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DC's Action Comics Vol.1 No.268 1960
Just on the cusp of Golden to Silver Age Superman lore shows up here with two worlds colliding, Hercules and the Man of Steel, here in DC's Action Comics volume 1 number 268 from 1960, "Superman's Battle With Hercules." It's the powers of Olympus ver...

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DC's The Brave And The Bold Vol.1 No.42 1962
"The Menace Of The Dragonfly Raiders" features all types of bird-brained Silver Age'd lunacy with the early JLA'er Hawkman at the forefront, here goes DC's The Brave And The Bold volume 1 number 42 from 1962. Gardner Fox and Joe Kubert firing on all ...

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Marvels Iron Man Vol.1 No.8 1968
"A Duel Must End" showcases the second part ending of the first furious and fantastic battle between Gladiator and Tony Stark, Gladiator at the time a mainstay villain to old shell-head and Daredevil amongst a few others, and the fight segments start...

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DC's The Flash Vol.1 No.168 1967
The Green Lantern wakes up mysteriously on a ship not knowing who he is or how he got there action ensues, and then the crimson speedster must help him find his ring in this DC epic that features not one but two Justice League Of America alumni: The ...

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Marvels Strange Tales Vol.1 No.135 1965
The greatest action-thriller of all-time? Well, even if it isn't, it surely isn't far off: Marvels Strange Tales volume 1 number 135 from 1965. The supreme headquarters international espionage law enforcement division or for short, SHIELD, here in st...

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Marvels Uncanny X-men Vol.1 No.20 1966
He most unusual fighting team of all-time meets the evil menace of Lucifer yet again in this very early mutant morsel Marvels Uncanny X-men volume 1 issue number 20 from May of 1966, "I, Lucifer!" The Blob and Unus masquerade as the X team while rob...

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Marvels The Avengers Vol.1 No.16 1965
"Possibly the most memorable illustrated story you will read all year!" Claimed the introductory page to this early issue and it wasn't far off and still holds amazingly, Marvels The Avengers volume 1 number 16 from 1965, "The Old Order Changeth!" An...