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ComicLink’s Fall Featured Auction launches Friday, November 19, 2021, starting at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT. A preview is now available and once the auction is open, bidding can be done in the Focused Auction section.

The auction features one of the best selections of certified comics and original art that ComicLink has ever offered. It contains most of the Silver Age major keys in higher grades, including an in-depth selection of Stan Lee Signature Series examples from the collection of Lee’s tailor, David Parsow. There’s a broad selection of Golden Age goodies including Superman #1 CGC 0.5Q (married centerfold), Batman #1 CGC 1.8, and Captain America Comics #1 CGC 5.5 Conserved. There are high grade examples of Bronze Age keys and a large selection of Modern Age keys like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 CGC 9.8 Signature Series signed and sketched by Kevin Eastman on the front and back cover.

There are hundreds of original art lots, such as three Barry Windsor-Smith covers led by the “Weapon X” cover from Marvel Comics Presents #79, which is the only cover from the run of Wolverine wearing the Weapon X helmet. There are also several Todd McFarlane Spider-Man offerings, including one of his best covers.

Note: All comic books in this article are CGC-certified and all Signature Series books are signed by Stan Lee unless otherwise noted.

Silver Age

  • Incredible Hulk #1 8.5 and CGC 4.0 CVA
  • Amazing Fantasy #15 6.5
  • Fantastic Four #1 7.5 Signature Series, #2 Signature Series 8.5, #3 8.5, #5 7.5 Winnipeg pedigree, #9 9.4, and #48 9.4 and #55 9.8
  • Journey Into Mystery #83 8.5 and 7.5, #85 8.5, and Annual #1 9.6
  • Amazing Spider-Man #1 5.5, #2 8.5 Signature Series (top two), #3 9.4 Signature Series (single highest), #4 9.4 Signature Series (single highest), #8 9.6, #9 9.2 Signature Series (highest, one of four), #11 9.4, #14 9.4, #15 9.4, #16 Signature Series 9.4 (top four), #18 9.8 CVA, #19 9.8, #20 9.4 Signature Series (top three), #21 9.8, #29 9.8, #34 9.8, #38 9.8, and #46 9.8
  • Daredevil #1 9.6
  • Avengers #1 8.5, #4 9.6, and #48 9.8
  • Action Comics #252 7.0
  • Justice League of America #9 9.8 (highest, one of two)
  • Showcase #20 9.4 (highest, one of two)
  • Silver Surfer #1 9.4, #3 9.4, and #4 9.6
  • Tales of Suspense #39 8.0 and #52 9.2
  • Tales to Astonish #13 6.5 and #27 8.0
  • X-Men #1 7.5 and 6.5
  • Batman #181 9.6
  • Captain America #100 9.8 and #117 9.6 Boston pedigree
  • Detective Comics #359 9.2
  • Iron Man #1 9.8
  • Sub-Mariner #1 9.8

Golden Age

  • Captain America Comics #74 5.0
  • Action Comics #2 4.5, #4, #5, #6, #8, and #9 Billy Wright pedigree
  • All Winners Comics #1 7.5
  • Batman #2 6.5, #6 7.0, #7 8.5, #36 9.4, and #47 7.0
  • Detective Comics #58 3.0, #66 2.5, #69, and #140 5.5
  • Marvel Mystery Comics #24 9.2 (top four)
  • More Fun Comics #50 9.4 Mile High pedigree and #60 9.6 Billy Wright pedigree (both single highest graded)
  • Sub-Mariner Comics #3 4.5 and #15 7.5 CVA
  • Superman #6 8.0, #18 9.2 (top four), #54 9.2 (single highest graded), and #76 8.0
  • Thrilling Comics #49 9.4 (top three)
  • Captain Marvel Adventures #18 7.0
  • Blue Beetle #54 6.5
  • Blue Bolt #105 4.0 and #111 8.5
  • Chamber of Chills #23 4.0
  • Crime SuspenStories #22 5.0
  • Daring Comics #10 8.0
  • Horrific #1 7.5
  • Human Torch #6 7.0 and #8 6.5
  • Phantom Lady #16 7.0, #18 6.5, and #19 6.5
  • Suspense Comics #8 (1945) 4.5
  • Tales From the Crypt #36 9.8 Gaines File (highest, one of four)
  • Tomb of Terror #15 5.5
  • Vault of Horror #33 9.8 Gaines File
  • Young Allies #4 5.5

Bronze Age

  • Incredible Hulk #181 9.6 Signature Series and 9.6 Universal
  • Amazing Spider-Man #129 CGC 9.8
  • Special Marvel Edition #15 9.8
  • Tomb of Dracula #10 9.8
  • Conan the Barbarian #1 9.8
  • Giant-Size X-Men #1 9.4
  • Iron Fist #14 9.8
  • Astonishing Tales #25 9.8
  • Marvel Premiere #15 9.8
  • Marvel Spotlight #2 9.6, #5 9.4 and 9.2, and #32 9.8
  • Star Wars #1 9.8, #42 9.8 newsstand, and #68 9.8 newsstand
  • Strange Tales #180 9.8
  • Werewolf By Night #32 9.0
  • X-Men #94 9.4 and #121 9.8

Modern Age

  • New Mutants #98 9.9
  • Ultimate Fallout #4 9.8 variant
  • Alpha Flight #1 9.9 newsstand (single highest graded)
  • Amazing Spider-Man #300 9.8 newsstand and 9.8
  • Daredevil #168 9.8
  • Edge of Spider-Verse #2 9.8 variant edition
  • G. I. Joe: A Real American Hero #1 9.9 newsstand (highest, one of three)
  • Invincible #1 9.8
  • Invincible Iron Man (2015) #9 9.8 variant
  • Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #8 9.9
  • New Mutants #87 9.9 Signature Series Todd McFarlane
  • Saga #1 9.8 retailer incentive edition
  • Spawn #1 9.8 black and white edition (1997)
  • The Crow #1 9.8
  • Uncanny X-Men #148 9.9 (single highest graded), #150 9.9 (single highest graded), and #156 10.0 (single highest grade and earliest 10.0 in X-Men)
  • Venom: Lethal Protector #1 10.0
  • Walking Dead #1 9.8
  • X-Men #129 9.8 and Annual #14 9.9

Original Art

  • Barry Windsor-Smith Conan the Barbarian #6 cover; and Solar, Man of the Atom #3 cover
  • Todd McFarlane Marvel Tales #239 cover with Spider-Man and Beast; Amazing Spider-Man #313 page and #314 splash; and Spider-Man #7 Ghost Rider page and #10 Wolverine page
  • Frank Miller Daredevil #163 title splash with Hulk; and Sin City: The Big Fat Kill half-splash
  • Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko Strange Tales Annual #2 page with Spider-Man and Human Torch
  • Jack Kirby Avengers #5 page with Captain America and Thor; earliest known Silver Age Cap art; Silver Surfer #18 page with the Surfer vs. the Inhumans; and Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #135 finale splash with the reintroduction of the Guardian
  • Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Strange Tales #89 cover recreation with Fin Fang Foom
  • Art Adams and Bill Sienkiewicz Firestar #3 cover
  • Stephen Bissette and John Totleben Saga of the Swamp Thing #19 page with Swamp Thing, Abby, and the death of Arcane
  • Brian Bolland Judge Dredd 2000 AD #77 page
  • John Bolton House of Hammer Vol. 2 #2 14 pages from a 15-page story (separate lots)
  • John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #112 Thing vs. Hulk battle page
  • John Byrne X-Men #131 page from the Dark Phoenix Saga with Austin inks; and Fantastic Four #246 page with Doctor Doom
  • J. Scott Campbell Spider-Women Alpha #1 four connecting covers; Death of Wolverine #1-4 connecting covers; and Uncanny X-Men #12 Savage Land exclusive cover
  • Dave Cockrum Super-Villain Team-Up #12 cover with Doctor Doom vs. Red Skull
  • Steve Ditko Tales of Suspense #7 twice up page 1 title splash
  • Dave Gibbons Watchmen #10 page with Rorschach
  • Adam Hughes Betty & Veronica #1 cover; and Barb Wire #6 cover
  • Carmine Infantino Flash #133 page 1 title splash with Puppet-Flash
  • Joe Madureira Excalibur #71 wraparound cover
  • Mike Mignola B.P.R.D. The Devil You Know #14 with Hellboy
  • Alex Ross Visions: X-Men lithograph art; and Captain America: Sam Wilson #7 variant cover inspired by Captain America Comics #1
  • Tim Sale Batman: The Long Halloween trade paperback collected edition cover
  • Jim Starlin Warlock #12 page with Warlock in every panel
  • Michael Turner Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America #3 variant cover with both Hawkeyes; and Spider-Woman #1 variant cover
  • George Tuska Avengers #48 page, first Dane Whitman as Black Knight
  • Bernie Wrightson Swamp Thing #1 page from Swamp Thing’s first appearance and origin

ComicLink is now accepting consignments for the Focused Auction that opens January 7, 2022, and the Winter Featured Auction starting in February. 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 comics, original art, and other certified and authenticated collectibles to auction in conjunction with CertifiedLink.com, including sports/non-sports trading cards, coins, video games, action figures, VHS tapes, sports memorabilia, and more.