I was looking through the Photo-Journal Guide To Comics the other day and I noticed that Adventure 113 was a Christmas themed cover. This being the season I thought it would be cool to share a few more Christmas themed … Continue reading
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It's Daredevil #1 month, apparently. I have no real info on the 9.8, other than what everyone else has. I will tell you it's on the $100,000 club list. Failing a scan of the 9.8, here are scans of the … Continue reading
This, of course, is the biggest book of the auction. Crazy that it could be a Bronze Age book but that's the hand we're dealt. Not that I'm complaining. I'm a fan. Anyway, on with the show: Journey Into Mystery … Continue reading
How close will this beauty push towards six figures? Frighteningly close, I think. Pulling a number out of the air, I'm going to say $75,000. It's okay if you need a minute to catch your breath. Here's the book: Thoughts?
I've been buying Silver/Bronze Age Daredevils again. High grade. Pedigrees where available. I just got this in the mail
Camp Comics #2 Mile High pedigree (Dell, 1942) CGC NM 9.4 White pages. I've never seen this book before and the Church copy no less.
This book now represents the 3rd, 4th and 8th highest prices paid for a comic book. Here's what Heritage had to say:
That was the most exciting auction I've ever seen. In a furious round of bidding it hammered out at $1,075,000 with buyer's premium. More on this later, when I catch my breath!
The following are two Silver Age books that I absolutely love. Green Lantern #1 (DC, 1960) CGC NM 9.4 Green Lantern's recent meteoric rise bums me out. I was buying some Green Lanterns, and then, along came the movie blowing … Continue reading
Okay, maybe not the only two (you might want an All Star #8, too.) Still, this is a nice duo and Wonder Woman is a hell of a character. Wonder Woman, to me, is wildly underappreciated by the collector community. … Continue reading