RareHighGrade

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  1. I knew this was coming at some point, but what a great looking copy!! Congrats Peter.
  2. Yes, the #17 is also tough. Only 3 Universal copies on the census with the highest graded being a 5.5.
  3. Interestingly, #15 has by far the fewest copies of any Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics in the CGC census. Although it doesn't get as much notoriety as #2, #26 and #27, it may be even more rare.
  4. There's still no sign of the books I've tracked historically. I hope that feature is recovered.
  5. Stunning - that's the nicest copy out there. My copy is nice structurally and has deep colors, but as you can see, it could use a cleaning.
  6. This cover is so inconsistent with anything else DC was putting out at the time, it's hard to believe it's from the same publisher. Gary, do you know who the artist was?
  7. Speaking for myself, penciled Mile High (Church) coding is a huge plus. If I have a choice of two similar Church books, one with coding and one without, I will always pick the coded copy.
  8. I purchased all of them raw, most decades before CGC. Yes, the penciled "S" collection spanned other DC titles, including pre-hero More Funs and Detectives. I don't believe there are any New Funs in the collection. The earliest issue is probably this one:
  9. Yes, my understanding is that the whole collection had the penciled "S". Here are some more examples:
  10. I never had the opportunity to buy the "S" copy or any other copy of New Comics #2 that was above 2.0. The nicer looking copies are all restored (not that there's anything wrong with that).