It’s Superman versus Batman in the guise of Action Comics #1 CGC 5.0 versus Detective Comics #27 CGC 6.0 in ComicConnect’s Event Auction. Bidding on two of the most important characters in comic book history begins Monday, February 26, 2018 at 12 PM ET. The auction starts at just $1 with no reserve.
In addition to these titles, Golden Age keys include Captain America Comics #1 CGC 8.0 R, Superman #1 CGC 6.0 R and CGC 1.0 R, a coverless Detective Comics #27 and a slew of other Detective Comics issues, Flash Comics #1 CGC 7.0 R, Green Lantern #1 CGC 6.5, Sensation Comics #1 CGC 8.5, Sub-Mariner Comics #1 CGC 2.5, Suspense Comics #3 CGC 1.0, and Wonder Woman #1 CGC 1.0.
Plus, there’s a complete run of the popular 1950s Atlas horror title, Mystery Tales, from the Second City Collection.
Silver Age highlights include X-Men #1 CGC 9.4, Avengers #57 CGC 9.6, Batman #227 CGC 9.6, Conan #1 CGC 9.6, Daredevil #1 CGC 9.0, Fantastic Four #1 CGC 8.0, Flash #123 CGC 9.4, Strange Tales #110 CGC 8.5, and Tales of Suspense #39 CGC 8.5.
“Enjoy this latest offering and best of luck to our bidders and to our combatants,” said Vincent Zurzolo, co-owner of ComicConnect. “As always, thank you so much for your patronage, and may the best man win.”
Original art includes another selection of The Walking Dead art, John Romita’s original cover art to Avengers #123, Gil Kane cover to Invaders #13 and a Hulk battle page from Tales to Astonish #88, a dynamic splash from Iron Man #74 by Arvell Jones, an action-packed McFarlane Spider-Man vs. Venom panel page from the classic Amazing Spider-Man #316, and a Barry Windsor Smith X-Men #186 panel page featuring Storm and Forge. Plus, the original production art for Superman and the Mole Men one-sheet poster from 1951.
Bidding begins Monday, February 26, 2018 at 12 PM ET.
“We’re accepting consignments for our next Super Monthly Auction,” Zurzolo said. “Call or email me today to monetize your collection.” Email email@example.com or call toll free (888) 779-7377. ComicConnect provides no strings attached cash advances up to $5 million.