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ComicLink’s Fall Featured Auction is now open. This final ComicLink Auction of 2020 features an impressive selection of certified comic books and original comic book and fantasy art.

Among the many comic book highlights in the Fall Featured Auction are:

  • Amazing Spider-Man #3 CGC 9.8 (highest, one of two) and #14 CGC 9.6
  • Captain America Comics #1-10, including #1 CGC 5.5 and CBCS 8.5 Slight P, #3 CGC 5.5, and #74 CGC 7.0
  • 9 of the first 10 Batman issues including #1 (first Joker and Catwoman) CGC 3.0 and high grades like #38 CGC 9.6 (highest, one of two)
  • big Wonder Woman keys: All Star Comics #8 (first Wonder Woman) CGC 5.0 CVA Exceptional, Wonder Woman #1 CGC 6.5 CVA Exceptional, and Sensation Comics #1 (first Wonder Woman cover) CGC 5.0
  • Fantastic Four #1 CGC 7.0, #4 CGC 8.5 (two, Stan Lee signed and Universal), #5 CGC 7.5, and #48 CGC 9.6 Stan Lee signed
  • Incredible Hulk #1 CGC 7.0 and #181 CGC 9.6
  • Journey Into Mystery #83 CGC 8.0
  • Marvel Super Heroes: Secret Wars #8 CGC 10.0 (highest, one of four)
  • Showcase #19 (third Adam Strange) CGC 9.8, #22 CGC 7.0, and #23 (second Green Lantern) CGC 9.4 (single highest)
  • Archie Comics #1 CGC 3.5
  • Avengers #1 CGC 8.0 Signature Series Stan Lee and CGC 7.0, Federal Hill collection examples of #2 CGC 9.8, #57 CGC 9.8, and #93 CGC 9.8 (one of two)
  • Brave and the Bold issues graded CGC 9.8, including #57 (first Metamorpho, one of two)
  • Captain Marvel Adventures #1 CGC 2.5
  • Captain Marvel (1968) Federal Hill collection examples
  • Chamber of Chills #23 CGC 8.5
  • Daredevil #1 CGC 8.5
  • early Detective Comics #31, #35 CBCS 9.0 (R), #38 CGC 7.0 (R), #73 CGC 7.5 CVA Exceptional, and #411 CGC 9.8 (highest, one of four)
  • Doctor Strange (1968) #169 (first issue) CGC 9.8 and Federal Hill Collection examples
  • Flash #110 CGC 9.2 (highest, one of four)
  • Gobbledygook #1 (TMNT #1 in print, rare) CGC 8.5 Signature Series Kevin Eastman
  • Green Lantern (1960) #1 CGC 9.2 and multiple rare 9.8 and 9.6 examples including #59 (first Guy Gardner) CGC 9.8 Pacific Coast
  • Hero For Hire #1 (first Luke Cage) CGC 9.8
  • Justice League of America #1 CGC 8.0 and #75 (first Modern Black Canary) CGC 9.6 (highest, one of four)
  • Lawbreakers Suspense Stories #11 CGC 7.0
  • Mad #1 CGC 9.4
  • Marvel Spotlight #5 CGC 9.6
  • Phantom Lady #16 CGC 9.4 Mile High Pedigree (top four)
  • Spirou #1071 (first Smurfs) CGC 9.6 (single highest graded)
  • Strange Tales #110 (first Doctor Strange) CGC 8.5
  • Tales of Suspense #39 (first Iron Man) CGC 8.0
  • World’s Best Comics #1 CGC 7.5
  • X-Men #1 CGC 7.0, #4 CGC 9.2, and #94 CGC 9.8 Stan Lee signed (highest, one of three), and Giant-Size X-Men #1 CGC 9.8
  • Young Allies #1 CGC 9.2 Kansas City

Original art highlights include:

  • Todd McFarlane’s Amazing Spider-Man #299 cover – one of three of his Black Spidey covers and the key first Venom issue
  • the historic Barry Windsor-Smith Wolverine: Weapon X splash from the famous 1991 Wolverine origin story originally published in Marvel Comics Presents #81, and later as the cover of the collected hardcover and trade editions of Weapon X
  • Jim Starlin’s Thanos battle splash from the origin issue, Captain Marvel #33
  • the Silver Surfer #44 Thanos splash from the first Infinity Gauntlet scene by Ron Lim
  • Daredevil #16 twice-up page from the historic first John Romita Spider-Man story
  • Neal Adams Green Lantern #76 page from the comic book that began his run and helped launch the Bronze Age, plus more Adams works
  • Bob Brown and Dick Giordano Detective Comics #411 page where Batman first meets Talia Al Ghul
  • J. Scott Campbell Uncanny X-Men #12 Savage Land exclusive cover – three covers in one
  • George Pérez and Ron Lim Infinity Gauntlet #4 page with Spider-Man and Thor battling Thanos plus other Gauntlet pages by both artists
  • Sub-Mariner #26 cover, and strong Defenders Prelude pages from #34 and #35, all by Sal Buscema 
  • John Byrne Superman #5 cover
  • Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sweepstakes prize illustration from 1984 and more Turtles art
  • Steve Ditko Tales to Astonish #23 page 1 title splash from pre-hero story, plus more Ditko
  • Bill Watterson rare Calvin and Hobbes original illustration and complete hardcover set
  • Jim Lee Batman #610 page from “Hush” and several more Jim Lee pieces
  • Greg Capullo Spawn #76 cover
  • Olivier Coipel Siege #4 cover with a great portrait of the New Avengers
  • Gene Colan Tales of Suspense #74 twice-up Iron Man page
  • Tony Daniel Batman #78 cover with images of Batman and Catwoman
  • David Finch Batman: The Dark Knight #2 with Batman vs. a hulked-out Two-Face
  • Francesco Mattina Dark Nights: Metal #3 Batman Who Laughs cover
  • Paul Reinman All-American Comics #55 rare published Golden Age Green Lantern page
  • John Romita Jr. Avengers #5 (2010) cover with Marvel’s greatest heroes
  • Howard Sherman All Star Comics #14, rare published Golden Age Doctor Fate page, battling German soldiers in WWII
  • Jim Aparo’s historic Batman: Death in the Family promo artwork

ComicLink is accepting consignments for upcoming auctions, including the next Focused Auction beginning January 7, 2021 and the Winter Featured Auction launching on February 12. Upfront cash advances are available upon receipt of seller material. Sellers interested in consigning can contact ComicLink at buysell@comiclink.com or (617) 517-0062 (option 1) to speak with one of the firm’s consignment consultants. The firm is seeking comic books, original art, and other certified and authenticated collectibles to auction in conjunction with CertifiedLink.com, including trading cards (sports/non-sports), coins, video games, sports memorabilia, and more.