ComicLink has announced that a rare example of Detective Comics #27, the first appearance of Batman from 1939 and one of the most sought comic books in the world, is now available for sale on The Exchange. “Detective Comics #27 has long stood as one of the most coveted comics in the world. Scarce on the market, chances to acquire complete unrestored examples of the first appearance of the Dark Knight are slim,” Josh Nathanson, founder and President of ComicLink, said. “The offered example of this mega-key introduction is just about the most affordable, complete unrestored Detective #27 that one will ever be able to locate. The front cover of the available example has visual appeal usually associated with a much higher grade, more consistent with the appearance of a 5.5. The back cover has lesser eye appeal and there is tape on the interior spine, therefore the condition of CGC 2.5 was assigned. Preservation is outstanding for the near 80-year old issue, with near newsstand-fresh Off-White to White Pages.”
View the Detective Comics #27 CGC 2.5 on the ComicLink website.
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