The latest ComicLink Focused Auction is now open with an extensive and diverse selection of certified comic books from the Golden Age to the present, including many Silver and Bronze Age key and high grade issues. “The latest Focused Auction is high in both diversity and quality lots of exciting material,” ComicLink founder and Managing Director, Josh Nathanson, said.
The Focused Auction will run for 2-3 weeks with lots starting to close on July 23, 2019.
Some top highlights from the Silver and early Bronze Ages include Amazing Fantasy #15 CBCS 4.5, Journey Into Mystery #83 CGC 6.5, Avengers #1 CGC 7.0, Amazing Spider-Man #1 CGC 4.0 Signature Series Stan Lee, X-Men #1 CGC 5.5, Incredible Hulk #181 CGC 9.8, Giant-Size X-Men #1 CGC 9.8, Marvel Spotlight #5 CGC 9.2, House of Secrets #92 CGC 9.2, and Werewolf By Night #32 CGC 0.6.
Golden Age material is a diverse selection including the uncommon key Superman #1 (coverless) and dozens of examples of classic covers including Wings Comics #90 CGC 8.5, Batman #11 (first Batman Joker cover) CGC 3.0, Captain America Comics #35 (WWII cover) CGC 8.5, and Human Torch #8 (Schomburg Torch vs. Sub-Mariner battle cover) CGC 6.0. The Golden Age selection includes many other Alex Schomburg covers as well as ones by his fellow cover masters, L.B. Cole and Matt Baker. There are some shocking pre-code horror and crime comic books. Late Bronze and Modern material includes examples of most of the keys from those eras including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 CGC 7.5, Amazing Spider-Man #194 CGC 9.8 and #300 CGC 9.8, Batman Adventures #12 CGC 9.8, Eternals #1 CGC 9.8, Ms. Marvel #1 CGC 9.8, New Mutants #98 CGC 9.8, and many more.
There are over 300 lots of original art offerings by dozens of artists, including many that are beloved within the hobby. Well known names include Charlie Adlard, Alfonso Azpiri, Mark Bagley, Jerry Bingham, Bret Blevins, Brett Booth, M.D. Bright, Bob Brown, Mark Buckingham, Nick Cardy, Paul Chadwick, Howard Chaykin, Sean Chen, Michael Cho, Gene Colan, Tony Daniel, Dick Dillin, Steve Dillon, Dave Dorman, Jan Duursema, Kevin Eastman, Scott Eaton, Gary Frank, Ron Frenz, José Luis García-López, Ron Garney, Keith Giffen, Tom Grindberg, Jackson Guice, Paul Gulacy, Gene Ha, Russ Heath, Don Heck, Steven Hughes, James Jean, Dan Jurgens, Gil Kane, Erik Larsen, Jae Lee, Tom Lyle, Joe Madureira, Tom Mandrake, Scott McDaniel, Mike McKone, Shawn McManus, Lan Medina, Al Milgrom, Sheldon Moldoff, Win Mortimer, Sean Murphy, Earl Norem, Carlos Pacheco, Don Perlin, Tom Raney, Darick Robertson, John Romita Jr., Steve Rude, Tim Sale, Kurt Schaffenberger, Liam Sharp, Steve Skroce, Jim Starlin, Joe Staton, Curt Swan, Mark Texerira, Herb Trimpe, Tim Truman, George Tuska, Matt Wagner, and Bill Ward.
ComicLink is currently accepting comic book and art consignments for the ComicLink Summer Featured Auction and the other upcoming auctions for ComicLink.com and CertifiedLink.com (trading cards and memorabilia, coins, certified video games, movie posters and other certified collectibles). Those interested in selling can reserve auction placement by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling the sales team at (617) 517-0062 (option 1), or reach out to a sales consultants, Josh Nathanson, Douglas Gillock, Jason Crosby, Jon Signorelli, or Ross Kearney.
During the week of July 14-21, ComicLink will meet with clients and take consignments during two shows in Southern California. They’ll attend the Los Angeles Torpedo Comics Collectors Convention on July 14 and Comic-Con International: San Diego on July 18-21. More information on their appearances at these cons can be found in our Industry News section.
In addition to auctioning items for consignors, ComicLink is also always accepting new sellers for the ComicLink exchange marketplaces, brokering private placement deals, and buying outright. ComicLink also frequently brokers private placement deals of valuable Silver and Golden Age keys, as well is prime original art pieces.
ComicLink’s auction schedule, the Comic Book Exchange, and Comic Art Exchange can be viewed on their website.