Slabbed comics topped Saturday Comic Auction #16, which ended on Sunday, July 7, 2018, on DIGAuction.com. Notable sales included the first appearances of the Hobgoblin, the Spider-Man black costume, and Carnage, as well as the first of Miller’s run on Daredevil. Amazing Spider-Man #361 CGC 9.8 sold for $270, Daredevil #158 CGC 9.8 sold for $520, Amazing Spider-Man #252 CGC 9.8 sold for $560, and Amazing Spider-Man #238 sold for $820.
The current Saturday Comic Auction #17 is open for bidding until July 14, 2018. Slabbed comics featured in this auction are Groo the Wanderer #1 CGC 9.6, Amazing Spider-Man #23 CGC 9.0 and Daredevil #3 CGC 8.5. Raw comic titles receiving attention are Avengers #61, Green Lantern #85, and Justice League of America #12. There are many titles to bid on including The Adventures of Jerry Lewis, Black Panther, Detective Comics, House of Mystery, Infinity Inc., Kitty Pride and Wolverine, Labyrinth, Magik, Mystery in Space, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, The Life of Captain Marvel, X-Force, and X-Men.
Saturday Comic Auction #18 will be available for preview soon and open for bidding on July 14-21. Some raw titles available for bidding will be Action Comics, Amazing Adventures, Atom, Avengers, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Cloak and Dagger, Doom Patrol, Fantastic Four, Fear, Incredible Hulk, Omega the Unknown, Spawn, Super Powers, Tales of Suspense, Thor, and What if?.
DIGAuctions is expecting to hold their first Premiere Auction later next month, with a large selection of CGC-graded key issues, and is very excited to start releasing some titles from this auction soon.
Diamond International Galleries lists about 250 comic books in weekly Saturday Comic Auctions on their DIG Auctions website, ranging from Golden to Modern Age and including graded raw and slabbed comics. All auction listings start at $1 and feature a $10 minimum order. There are no fees for bidding or registering on DIGAuction.com and no buyer’s premium will be charged. Customers can expect the same great high standard of shipping, grading, and customer service that DIG takes pride in offering in all their markets.
Diamond International Galleries is the headquarters for an almost-limitless array of comics, original comic art, posters, animation cels and backgrounds, drawings, oils, and antique toys. They have a comprehensive inventory of collectibles of memorabilia.