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  1. Oops. There's one more. Green Lantern 59 CGC 8.0 Off-white pages. 1st Guy Gardner. $295. SOLD Black_Adam
  2. Tomahawk 1 CGC 6.5 Off-white to white pages. $450.
  3. Tales Of Suspense 57 CGC 8.0 Off-white to white pages. Pence copy. Very bright cover. $995.
  4. Justice League of America 1 CGC 5.5 Cream to off-white pages. $1695.
  5. Iron Man 55 CGC 7.0 Off-white to white pages. Presents considerably better than the grade - book was downgraded due to faint water stain at the top of the back cover. $750.
  6. G.I. Combat 44 CGC 7.5 Off-white pages. 1st DC issue, uncommon in this grade. $750
  7. Fantastic Four 12 CGC 5.5 Off-white to white pages. Pence copy, no chipping. Presents very well. $780. Sold Bejack3
  8. All-Star Western 10 CGC 9.2 Off-white to white pages. 1st Jonah Hex. $950.
  9. Twelve CGC'd books on offer tonight - a couple from the 50s, the rest from the Silver and Bronze ages. Insured boxed shipping is $25 globally for any number of books.. Paypal preferred, although I do accept bank transfer. Returns are fine within two weeks of reception but please notify first. A take it in the thread trumps negotiations. Books coming up...
  10. I remember the line for Dark Knight Returns 1 was round the block when it was released in 1986, from St. Giles Circus through Denmark Street onto the Charing Cross Road. It did help that Frank Miller and Lynn Varley were doing a signing that day at Forbidden Planet. Still have both signed copies. Apart from that, yes, Death of Superman. Usually a small line that barely got outside the store, and customers were restricted to two copies (it was the original speculator era).
  11. A Venus 19 in 8.5 sold a while back on this forum for somewhere around $20K. I suspect that if 9.2 / 9.4 copies of Black Cat 50, Weird Mysteries 4,5, etc. appeared on the market they would crack the $20K mark. Not that I've ever seen copies of Weird Mysteries 4 and 5 in such grades...
  12. So effectively they are telling us how to shop, which, given the broad amount of stuff on offer, is ludicrous.