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The major Silver Age key Amazing Spider-Man CGC 9.8 has been added to ComicLink’s Fall Featured Auction preview. This is the highest graded and one of only two examples of Doctor Octopus’ first appearance ever graded at 9.8 by CGC.

“Since almost the beginning, Doctor Octopus has been considered one of Spider-Man’s two most important villains along with the Green Goblin. Over the almost 60-year rivalry of Spidey and Doc Ock, we’ve seen Otto Octavius come back time and again, along the way causing the death of Captain Stacy, almost getting married to Aunt May and a few years ago, taking over Peter’s body and becoming the Superior Spider-Man for more than a year’s worth of comic book stories,” ComicLink founder and Managing Director, Josh Nathanson said. “Ock’s live-action portrayal by Albert Molina in Spider-Man 2 remains a highlight of all of the Spider-Man films and there is little doubt that we’ll see Octopus as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the years to come.”

ComicLink is now accepting consignments of comics and art for their Fall Featured Auction which starts on November 17, 2020. This is the final ComicLink auction of 2020. Upfront cash advances are available upon receipt of consignor material. Those interested can contact a ComicLink sales consultant by emailing buysell@comiclink.com or calling (617) 517-0062 (option 1).

Some of the other comic book consignments newly added to the Fall Featured Auction preview are:

  • Showcase #19 (third Adam Strange, 1959) CGC 9.8 Big Apple Pedigree/double cover (9.8 interior, 9.4 exterior, single highest graded) – this is the earliest number in the Showcase run to receive a CGC 9.8
  • Wonder Woman #1 CGC 3.0 and #6 CGC 3.0
  • Incredible Hulk #1 CGC 4.5
  • Amazing Spider-Man #1 CGC 3.5, #6 CGC 9.0, #18 CGC 9.6, #31 CGC 9.4 CVA Exceptional/Fantucchio Pedigree, and #135 CGC 9.8
  • Tomb of Dracula #10 CGC 9.6
  • Avengers #47 CGC 9.8
  • Fantastic Four #4 CGC 6.5 and #48 CGC 8.5
  • Special Marvel Edition #15 CGC 9.8
  • Daredevil #1 CGC 8.5
  • Mystic Comics V2 #3 CGC 8.0 (top four)
  • Tales to Astonish #59 CGC 9.6 and #70 CGC 9.8 (highest, one of three)
  • Strange Tales #126 CGC 9.6

Other Fall Featured highlights:

  • Action Comics #17 CGC 7.0
  • Adventure Comics #247 CGC 7.5
  • All Winners Comics #6 CGC 8.0 San Francisco Pedigree (top five) and #14 CGC 9.2 (top five)
  • Amazing Spider-Man #7 CGC 9.6, #10 CGC 9.6, #12 CGC 9.6, #17 CGC 9.6 Pacific Coast Pedigree/Federal Hill Collection, #28 CGC 9.4 Federal Hill Collection, #37 CGC 9.6, #40 CGC 9.6, #121 CGC 9.8, and #129 CGC 9.6
  • Archie Comics #1 a relatively affordable low grade example
  • Avengers #1 CGC 8.0 Signature Series Stan Lee, including #2 CGC 9.8 (highest, one of five) from the Federal Hill Collection, and #4 CGC 9.2, plus many high grade Federal Hill examples
  • Batman #18 CGC 8.0, #20 CGC 7.0, #37 CGC 7.5, and #121 CGC 6.5
  • Black Cat Mystery #32 CGC 9.6 (single highest graded)
  • Brave and the Bold #59 CGC 9.8 Pacific Coast Pedigree (highest, one of three)
  • Captain America Comics #1 CBCS 8.5 Restored, #2 CGC 6.0, #3 CGC 7.5 Slight/Mod (A-2), #4 CGC 7.5 Conserved, #6 CGC 7.5, and #74 CGC 7.0 Diamond Run Pedigree (top five)
  • Captain America #117 CGC 9.6
  • Captain Marvel Adventures #1 relatively affordable low grade example
  • Captain Marvel (1968) run from the Federal Hill Collection
  • Catman Comics #28 CGC 4.5
  • Detective Comics #31 CGC 9.6 Restored, #35 CBCS 9.0, and #267 (first Bat-Mite) CGC 9.4 (single highest graded)
  • Doctor Strange (1968) Federal Hill Collection run including #169 (first issue) CGC 9.8
  • Fantastic Four #4 CGC 8.5 Signature Series Stan Lee (single highest graded), #10 CGC 9.6 Federal Hill Collection, #15 CGC 9.4, #47 CGC 9.8 Federal Hill Collection, #48 CGC 9.6 Signature Series Stan Lee, #52 CGC 8.5, and #67 CGC 9.6
  • Flash #110 CGC 9.2 (highest, one of four), #138 CGC 9.8, #147 CGC 9.8, and #175 CGC 9.8
  • Foom #10 (New X-Men cover – predates Giant-Size X-Men #1)
  • Ghost Comics #2 CBCS 8.0
  • Green Lantern (1960) #1 CGC 9.2, #3 CGC 9.4 (top three) and multiple 9.8 examples from the Silver Age run including #59 CGC 9.8 Pacific Coast Pedigree
  • Hero For Hire #1 CGC 9.8 and CGC 9.4
  • Human Torch (1940) #1 CGC 4.0
  • Incredible Hulk #181 CGC 9.6
  • Iron Man #1 CGC 9.4
  • Justice League of America #75 CGC 9.6 (highest, one of four)
  • Mad #1 CGC 9.4
  • Marvel Mystery Comics #64 CGC 8.5 Cosmic Aeroplane pedigree
  • Marvel Super-Heroes: Secret Wars #8 CGC 10.0 (highest, one of four)
  • Marvel Tales #1 (1964) CGC 9.6 Canadian Edition (single highest graded)
  • Mask Comics #1
  • Mystery In Space #1 CGC 8.5
  • Out of This World #1 CGC 8.5
  • Pep Comics #23 (second Archie in Pep and third overall) a relatively affordable low grade example
  • Phantom Lady #16 CGC 9.4 Mile High Pedigree (top four)
  • Sensation Comics #1 CGC 5.0
  • Showcase #23 (second Silver Age Green Lantern) CGC 9.4 (single highest graded) and #24 (third Silver Age Green Lantern) CGC 9.0
  • Strange Tales #114 CGC 9.6 and #138 CGC 9.8 (highest, one of two)
  • Strange Worlds (1950) #1 (Avon) CGC 9.2, #2 CGC 9.2 Spokane Pedigree (single highest graded), and #3 CGC 9.2 (top three)
  • Superboy #17 CGC 9.8 (single highest graded)
  • Superman #23 CGC 9.0 CVA Exceptional, #29 CGC 9.2, #40 CGC 9.6 Crowley Pedigree (top five), #44 CGC 9.4 (top four) plus dozens of examples from the #1 Superman CGC Registry Set including the single highest graded examples of #107, #133, #156, and #159
  • Supersnipe Comics #8 CGC 6.0
  • Suspense Comics #9 CGC 8.0 Big Apple Pedigree (top five)
  • Tales of Suspense #39 CGC 8.0, #52 CGC 9.2, and #59 CGC 9.8
  • Tales to Astonish #93 CGC 9.6
  • Terrifying Tales #13 CGC 9.0
  • Thor #165 CGC 9.4
  • Weird Chills #3 CGC 9.0 top three
  • Wonder Woman #18 CGC 9.8 Big Apple Pedigree (single highest graded) and #50 CGC 9.2 (top two)
  • Young Allies #1 CGC 9.2 Kansas City Pedigree (top five) and #9 CGC 8.5 (top four)
  • X-Men #14 CGC 9.4 and #94 CGC 9.8 Signature Series Stan Lee (highest, one of three)

ComicLink’s Focused Auction and CertifiedLink’s Vintage Video Game Auction are now open.