In their Tuesday auction, eMoviePoster is selling 2,115 U.S. and international posters, lobby cards, stills, and comic books. The 263 fresh to market comics are unrestored, unpressed, unslabbed, and have been untouched for 45 years.

Bruce Hershenson, owner of eMoviePoster.com, was a comic book collector, dealer, and publisher before he switched to vintage movie posters 32 years ago. Still a fan of comics, Hershenson is now auctioning this group of comics in the eMoviePoster way with no reserves, no buyer’s premiums, and all starting at $1. The auction closes on October 26.

Comics include Incredible Hulk #181 (first Wolverine), Superman #14 (Siegel and Shuster cover), Tales of Suspense #52 (first Black Widow), Amazing Spider-Man #12 (Peter Parker unmasked), #15 (first Kraven), #20 (first Scorpion), #41 (first Rhino), #50 (first Kingpin), #101 (first Morbius), and #129 (first Punisher), Tomb of Dracula #10 (first Blade), Marvel Spotlight #5 (first Ghost Rider Johnny Blaze), and House of Secrets #92 (first Swamp Thing).

One-sheet are Cool Hand Luke, MASH prereviews style, Taxi Driver, Mean Streets, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, The Outlaw Josey Wales studio style, Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, For a Few Dollars More, The Great Escape, Rocky NSS style, Should a Girl Say Yes?, Gimme Shelter, and Chinatown.

The auction contains title cards for Pickup, Lost Horizon, and Long Ranger chapter 2, and lobby cards for Kid Boos, It’s the Old Army Game, Breakfast at Tiffany’s card #6, and Dangerous Curves.

Other highlights are an Alien standee, Matrix Reloaded set of 3 prop weapons, The Bishop’s Wife stills, Star Wars foil standee 1982 rerelease, theater schedule display, and They Died with Their Boots On pressbook.

eMoviePoster’s 22nd Annual Halloween Auction contains 2,696 horror, sci-fi, and fantasy items. It is live now and ends on Sunday, October 31. They are now accepting consignments for their December Major Auction. Previews from these auctions and more on the consignment process are also available on their website.

Collectors interested in bidding with them can sign up on their registration page.