Major Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age keys are offered within the ComicLink Focused Auction, which is now open. Almost all of the major Silver Age Marvel keys are included, with many of them in excellent condition, and this auction even contains major Golden Age keys like Batman #1 and Detective Comics #140 (first Riddler).
“There are mid-grade examples of Amazing Fantasy #15 and Incredible Hulk #1, as well as high grade examples of X-Men #1, Journey Into Mystery #83, Tales of Suspense #39, Daredevil #1, and Avengers #4! We are also offering more high grade Amazing Spider-Man comic books from the John G. Fantucchio pedigree,” Josh Nathanson, founder and President of ComicLink said. “The Golden Age session is impressive with a Batman #1, an upper mid-grade example of Detective Comics #140, a mid-grade Marvel Mystery #8 and many other impressive books from a wide variety of genres. There are also pristine Bronze Age keys like Incredible Hulk #181 and Iron Man #55 and key Moderns like Batman Adventures #12 in CGC 9.8. Additionally, we have many lots of original comic book related artwork, and also vintage sports cards offered in conjunction with SportscardLink. The auction is a collector’s smorgasbord!”
Session 1 of the Focused Auction offers select, key, and high grade Silver and Bronze Age comics include over 1,500 lots with an impressive selection of important first and key issues. There are many blue chip highlights including Amazing Fantasy #15 (first Spider-Man) CBCS 5.5, Amazing Spider-Man #1 (second Spider-Man) CBCS 6.0, Incredible Hulk #1 (first Hulk) CGC 7.0, Journey Into Mystery #83 (first Thor) CGC 8.0, Tales of Suspense #39 (first Iron Man) CGC 8.5, X-Men #1 (first X-Men and Magneto) CGC 9.0, Daredevil #1 (first Daredevil) CGC 9.4, Avengers #4 (first Silver Age Captain America) CGC 9.4, Fantastic Four #1 (first Fantastic Four) CGC 4.5, Incredible Hulk #181 (first full Wolverine) CGC 9.8 CVA, and Iron Man #55 (first Thanos and Drax) CGC 9.8. This auction also includes Amazing Spider-Man issues from the John G. Fantucchio Pedigree between #53 and #119. You’ll also find some high grade examples from the early Iron Man issues of Tales of Suspense in CGC 9.6 from the prestigious Pacific Coast Pedigree.
Session 2 offers a fantastic selection of over 500 hard to find Golden Age comic books, including keys such as Detective Comics #31, #67 (first Penguin cover), and #140 (first Riddler) CGC 7.0, Batman #1 (first Joker and first Catwoman), Action Comics #7, Superman #3, Pep Comics #26 (first Veronica), and MAD #1. There’s a nice run of Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman. You’ll also find many sought after covers including a number of Timely and Atlas examples with art by Alex Schomburg and Bill Everett. There is a wide selection of pre-code horror and crime from EC, Atlas, and more. You’ll find some incredible Westerns including many pedigree and highest graded items with several examples from the coveted Mile High pedigree. There is a terrific selection of humor comics including some of the nicest known examples of some rare Timely first issues. The list goes on and on.
Session 3 offers over 1,650 certified late Bronze through Modern Age comic books. Just a few examples are Amazing Spider-Man #300 (first full Venom) CGC 9.8, Batman Adventures #12 (first Harley Quinn in comics) CGC 9.8, New Mutants #98 (first Deadpool) CGC 9.8, and the very rare Bloodshot #0 Platinum printing error edition CGC 9.8.
Session 4 offers a selection of over 400 assorted comic books, sold individually and within lots. This is a great opportunity for bargain hunters looking to fill out the holes in their collections.
Session 5 has over 550 works of relatively affordable comic book related artwork by accomplished artists are offered, including Matt Baker, Jim Steranko, Bernie Wrightson, Burne Hogarth, John Buscema, John Byrne, George Pérez, John Romita Jr., Tim Sale, Gary Frank, and many more.
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