Bunky Brian

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  1. THREAD IS CLOSED, THANKS FOR LOOKING The Bat 1 in .5, I mentioned is SOLD! Other books are back in the vault, but open to PM and offers and talk if anybody, wants to inquiry later, thanks Bri
  2. I suppose your correct, for any of these larger buys, international, express del sig,
  3. SUPERMAN #1 CGC Grade: 2.0 GD Price: $180,000 SUM 1939; Off-White to White pages. Origin of Superman. Superman pin-up on back cover. Siegel and Shuster story and art. Tape on interior cover.
  4. Hope you enjoy it, the last sale per GPA was $167,000 in May 2018
  5. Well its been fun, I love you guys love the hobby, getting a little tipsy with the wine and dinner so I am going to bow out with one last big boy for the thread,
  6. 34 4.5 VG + CGC $15,795 DEC 1942; Off-White to White pages. Classic bondage and skull cover, bullet in head panel.
  7. here's one you don't see EVER! 4 6.5 FN + $3,450 JAN 1939; Vol 1. Really scarcer and rarer!
  8. HANGMAN COMICS #3 CGC Grade: 9.0 VF/NM Price: $25,000 SUM 1942; Off white pages. Pennsylvania Copy. One of the first Nazi war cover (by Harry Lucey). Bondage cover with a beheading splash page.
  9. DETECTIVE COMICS #35 CGC Grade: 5.0 VG/FN Price: $58,000 JAN 1940; White pages. The issue is one of Overstreet's Top 100 Golden Age Comics, and any copy that's certified as unrestored is hard to come by. This issue's classic cover marked the beginning of Batman's run as the permanent cover star of the title, a streak that is still going! The book is also famous for its splash panel, which has Batman holding a smoking gun -- now that's a Dark Knight!
  10. DETECTIVE COMICS #35 CGC Grade: 3.0 GD/VG Price: $37,500 JAN 1940; White pages. The issue is one of Overstreet's Top 100 Golden Age Comics, and any copy that's certified as unrestored is hard to come by. This issue's classic cover marked the beginning of Batman's run as the permanent cover star of the title, a streak that is still going! The book is also famous for its splash panel, which has Batman holding a smoking gun -- now that's a Dark Knight!