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  1. Hello all, I have recently decided to seriously cut back on the comic art collecting as well as on the collection that I already currently have. As such, I have made a bunch of new pieces available for the first time. So far, I have listed about 35 pieces, with quite a few of them having never been offered before. Most are listed as BIN or Best Offer items. I am open to considering any REASONABLE offers on these pieces. Pieces include pinups/commissions by JAE LEE, ERIC "eBas" BASALDUA, MIKE MAYHEW, TONY DANIEL, GEOF ISHERWOOD, FRANCIS MANAPUL, CHAD HARDIN, a New Avengers double page spread by MARCUS TO, a splash page from the Drax series by SCOTT HEPBURN, an EDDY BARROWS Martian Manhunter page, a couple of TOM GRUMMETT Action Comics pages featuring Lois Lane, and a Tom Grummett New Titans 73 page from the Titans Hunt storyline. To help promote the eBay sales, I have also listed 3 items as 99 cent No Reserve Auctions. New Titans #58, page 17. This page has GEORGE PEREZ layouts, with finished by TOM GRUMMETT and inks by BOB McLEOD. This is also Tom Grummett's first issue of New Titans. Currently at just $1.75US Vigilante #2, page 4 by KEITH POLLARD & PABLO MARCOS, featuring Adrian Chase, the Vigilante. Currently sitting at just $2.25US And finally, an Animal Crackers Daily from 2-8-1986 by ROGERN BOLLEN All of the auctions can be found HERE! Thanks for looking!
  2. It's Begins! Bid NOW in Event Auction XXXVIII! Collectors and investors - you may now bid on 1,946 lots in Event Auction #38. The auction started today at noon. Best of luck to all our participating bidders and consignors. Download the free catalog here. Original Comic Art Green Lantern #110 by Mike Grell, Barry Windsor-Smith Conan #1 art, Jack Kirby’s Thor in Journey into Mystery #84 and a Captain America splash in Marvel Treasury Special #1, Russ Manning Tarzan art, a painted preliminary cover with Swamp Thing by Bernie Wrightson, and a Magneto splash by Dave Cockrum from X-Men #150. Plus, the complete color guides to X-Men #141 and 142: Days of Future Past, and Strange Tales #155. Every Centaur Comic The complete Centaur collection is the big headliner in the auction. Every incredibly rare and highly sought-after comic from the publisher will be in this auction. Golden Age Highlights Golden Age highlights include Captain America #1 7.0, three unique copies of Superman #1, two copies of Batman #1, More Fun #73 3.0, Action #7 2.5, Action #23 5.0, Wonder Woman #1 6.0, Adventure #40 5.5, Pep #22 5.0 and Detective #28 8.5, Detective #33 3.0, Detective #35 4.0, Detective #38 6.0, and Detective #40 3.0. Silver Age Highlights Showcase #4 7.5,copies of Amazing Fantasy #15, Amazing Spider-Man #1 6.0, Fantastic Four #1 8.0, Hulk # 1 9.8 (R), Journey into Mystery #83 9.2 (R), and X-Men #1 6.5. Daredevil Run The complete pre-Miller Daredevil - nearly every issue certified-CGC 9.4 NM or higher Please keep an eye out for our Monthly Auctions which are chock-full of amazing material. Click here to view the entire auction The auction end-dates are as follows: Session 1 (Original Comic Art, Action Comics - Arrow) March 12, 2019 Session 2 (Atomic Comics - Daredevil) March 12, 2019 Session 3 (Daring Comics - Katy Keene) March 13, 2019 Session 4 (Keen Detective Funnies - Spectacular Spider-Man) March 14, 2019 Session 5 (Speed Comics - Zip-Jet) March 15, 2019 For additional information on how ComicConnect auctions work, please click here. ComicConnect is currently accepting consignments for our next major auction. Contact us today to reserve space as it is on a first-come first-served basis. Call toll-free 1.888.779.7377 or e-mail our staff at support@comicconnect.com. Cash advances up to $5 million are available.
  3. Saw this posted on a blog. Holy hell!! This must be locked up in a vault at DC, right? It’s the holy grail of our hobby. Or is this fake?
  4. NO BUYER'S PREMIUMS — What you bid is what you pay! The Joel Shuster illustration on this cover is a classic of simplicity and dynamism and has eye appeal above its grade. It is important to note that this is only the third appearance of Superman on the cover of a comic and that there are just fourteen copies of this incredibly rare issue that have been certified unrestored by CGC. We almost never see the book on the marketplace let alone at auction - you can throw away the guide on this one! Also of note, this is only the third time that we have offered an unrestored example of this highly desirable and truly scarce tenth issue. Out of Superman's first three cover appearances, Action #10 has the fewest unrestored copies certified by CGC with a mere fifteen issues. With over forty unrestored copies of the mega key Action #1 and twenty-seven issues of Action #7, it's no surprise that Action #10 surfaces far less often.This issue is special in terms of it's significance as well as it's scarcity, and has a great pre-World War II cover with Superman destroying an enemy plane with one mighty punch! Serious Superman collectors already know how tough this early issue is. It should be noted, that an opportunity to acquire such a scarce and desirable issue like this one does not present itself often. Overstreet Guide 2018 VG- (3.5) value = $41,300. If you are a new customer planning to make a first-time purchase over $25,000, please contact us 24 hours in advance of the item closing at 212.895.3999 or support@comicconnect.com so that we may approve your account for bidding. (This policy was instituted to protect consignors and bidders against bids from fraudulent accounts, and to ensure the integrity of the bidding process.) Once approved, please log out of your account and then log in, for the approval to take effect. We realize many of you would like to bid on this auction lot, so for this listing, ComicConnect.com offers a 6 month, interest free, time payment plan with a 20% non-refundable deposit. Time Payments invoices can only be paid by cash, check, money order or wire transfer. LEARN MORE
  5. Hi all, For the last few weeks I have had a thread up offering mostly Classics and related material, from a 16-box estate collection that was maybe 85% Classic Comics/Classics Illustrated. Rather than run one long, confusing (to me!) thread for everything. I am willing to share from that collection, I am trying to share in focused threads, for those who might not be interested in everything coming to the board from this sizable collection. So here is round two, about half a short box of various Silver age Superman titles. But first, First in thread wins Payment: Checks or money orders (I don't have PayPal) Shipping: USPS Priority $7 for as many can fit in a legal size priority envelope, inside a flip n ship mailer. Single books can ship first class at $5. If we're over the legal envelope capacity, books move to a Regional box or medium Priority box (est. $10-$13.65). Returns: Sure, just notify me within three days of receipt and get them back on your dime in the same shape for a purchase price refund. Don't be listy including the little one in my head. Ready? Up, up and away!
  6. September Monthly Auction Ends Comic investors and collectors -- the moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived! From Golden Age rarities you may have never seen to some of the most sought-after comics from the Modern Age, the September Monthly Auction has a huge variety of books - there's something for everyone! The auction ends each night at 6 PM EDT Titles (Ace - Crisis on Infinite Earths) Tuesday, September 25, 2018 Titles (Dagwood - Mystery Tales) Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Titles (New Funnies - Zip) Thursday, September 27, 2018 The September Monthly Auction features hundreds of third party-certified comics from which to choose. Collectors can bid knowing expert graders have meticulously examined and professionally certified the comics. Don't miss the Mystery Tales runs. Visit Sell My Comics for frequently asked questions and a guide on how sellers can start turning their collectibles into cash on ComicConnect. If you need any assistance with your collection, please contact support@comicconnect.com or call (Toll Free) 888-779-7377. ~ Tonight's highlights ~ Click here for the entire auction ComicConnect does not charge buyer’s premiums. Winners pay the hammer price plus shipping (and sales tax only if they live in the State of NY). ComicConnect provides free scanning for all CGC-certified comics shipped to us for auction at $1 start, no reserve. ComicConnect offers cash advances up to $5 million for top-notch consignments and we are always buying collections - big or small.
  7. I purchased 2 framed pages that appear to be from Action Comics #1. I was thinking that I should have them authenticated or graded, if that is even applicable to pages that are out of the book. When I bought them I thought they were cool and I would just keep them it they aren't worth much. I just don't have any idea what they would be worth, how to find out what they are worth, or if it is worth it to have them authenticated. The pages do look like old paper, they are 13-5/8" tall and about 10" wide, the page that was torn has a rough uneven edge where it was torn out, and there are small holes about every 3/4" that look like it is for the type of binding that they used. The first page has frames 65-70 on one side and 71-78 on the other side, and the other page has frames 92 through 98 on one side and "Chuck Dawson" on the other side. I took pictures of each side and tried to handle them as little as possible but the pages aren't brittle, so that seems good. I don't know if frames is the correct terminology for the individual pictures on the page. I have had a few comics before but I have no experience as a collector.
  8. ComicConnect's Event Auction XXXVI ends this week! Tonight -Session 3 (Action Comics #48 - Crypt of Terror#19) Event Auction XXXVI ends each night this week. Click here to view the entire auction The auction end-dates are as follows: Session 3 (Action #48 – Crypt of Terror #19) August 29 at 7PM EDT Session 4 (Dagar Desert Hawk – More Fun Comics #62) August 30 at 7PM EDT Session 5 (More Fun Comics #70 - Zoot) August 31 at 7PM EDT Visit ComicConnect to view the entire auction Tonight's highlights Click here for the entire auction Please note: The deadline to consign to our last catalog auction of the year is September 10, 2018 at 6 PM EDT.
  9. Hi everyone. A few years ago, I got a bunch of Marvel variant #1s off of Gamestop's Powerup Rewards thinking some day I may be able to sell them if they are worth anything. A few years have past and I decided to at least investigate if any of these are worth something. I know nothing about grading. All I know is that I've kept the comics in good condition and kept them in their bags I got them in and carefully took them out while taking the pictures. The Marvel Gamestop variants include: All New Captain America #1 Amazing Spider-Man #1 Star Wars #1 Star Wars #4 SHIELD #1 Princess Leia #1 Darth Vader #1 Death of Wolverine #1 Guardians 3000 #1 Groot #1 I also got a standard first printing of Superior Spider-Man #1. Here are the pics to all of them just so the post looks a lot neater. https://imgur.com/a/3ZnNJka I'm just wonder what grades would you guys give the Marvel ones and if you think any of the Marvel ones are worth grading Lastly, I got a Loot Crate replica of Action Comics #1 and the regular Action Comics #1000 I was thinking of just keeping myself because I'm a big Superman fan. I'm just wondering what types of grades they get. I mean I assume 9.8s since they are still in the bags but I'm just wondering
  10. EBAY STORE Hey plenty of new listings in my store, some really great CGCs and raw comics up for sale includingSpawn #1 (May 1992, Image) CGC 9.8 WP 1st Appearance of Spawn. Todd McFarlaneHarley Quinn #4 REBIRTH (Nov 2016 DC) CGC 9.8 WP Sienkiewicz VARIANT POISON IVYAction Comics #1000 (2018 DC) CGC 9.8 KINGS COMICS EXCLUSIVE NICOLA SCOTT VAR EDStar Wars #42 (1980 Marvel) CGC 9.2 WP 1st app. BOBA FETT MOVIE ANNOUNCED Harley Quinn #1 Rebirth (October 2016, DC) NM RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE VARIANT COVER Also new listings of raw comics including old silver age westerns such as Bonanza, Lone Ranger, also Adventure Comics, Action Comics, Detective Comics plus much more. comicbookchicks ebay store
  11. trumps any pms. Shipping, insurance and signature confirmation are included in the U.S., outside of the U.S. shipping charges will apply. I will not ship an item where delivery confirmation is not available. No returns on 3rd party graded books. Preferred methods of payments are Cashier`s Check, Money Order & Personal Check. (Checks must clear before shipping). Paypal is also accepted. No probation or Hos members For those of you who are not familiar with me I have over 34,300 feedbacks on ebay, my user i.d. is cbcnow. Some of my references here on the boards are: Primetime, MrBedrock, G.A.tor & Filter81 Please View My Feedback/Kudos Page: Feedback / Kudos In my opinion Action #15 Is quite undervalued and is a true bargain at its current value. Although Action #13 is rarer I do not believe the price gap between the two should be so far apart with Action #13`s current value being at or about 25k+ for a Cgc 1.0 Just my thoughts. $7995 Action Comics #15 Cgc 3.5 Cr/Ow 5th Superman Cover
  12. Just received back from the CGC graders, brand spankin' new Action Comics #1000 CGC 9.8 Kings Comics Exclusive Nicola Scott (ONLY 4 graded at 9.8) Spawn #1 CGC 9.8 1st App. Spawn Check out my EBAY STORE (comicbookchicks) EBAY STORE Top rated seller, 100% positive feedback. Combined shipping! Golden-Modern age comics
  13. Action Comics #1000 (2018 DC) NM KINGS COMICS EXCLUSIVE NICOLA SCOTT VAR ED EBAY STORE Also heaps of new 1st series star wars, including 1st app BOBA FETT (new boba movie announced)
  14. Greetings all - In honor of release of Action Comics 1000, I am offering some selections from my collection of Clay Mann covers. Shipping within the USA is included. International shipping will be determined by the location. Please post any questions or email at herocomics@verizon.net. First "claim" on a piece gets it. Email claims count, time stamp on claim will determine who is given the item. Payment: Paypal / Check / Money Order / or cash at Con Pick-up (I do a lot of shows) Action Comics 963 (11 x 17) pencils: Clay Mann - inks: Seth Mann $2,000 Action Comics 961 (11 x 17) pencils: Clay Mann - $2,200 Action Comics 967 (11 x 17) pencils: Clay Mann - $1,800.00 Action Comics 961 (11 x 17) Clay Mann - $1,200.00 Action Comics 964 (11 x 17) pencils: Clay Mann - inks: Seth Mann $1300
  15. I am looking to buy the Spawn Homage covers from issues 220 to 231 in NM condition. Thanks and PM me pictures and your price.
  16. Hey guys! We have the monumental occasion of Action comics issue #1000 fast approaching and to celebrate ArtbyThibert.com is having a crazy sale! Enter code “Kal-El at checkout and you’ll get 25% off any Action comics pages you buy! So check it out, we have around 30 years worth of original comic book art from some very cool titles both Marvel and DC and you don’t wanna miss this unbeatable discount- the code expires next month so get it while it lasts.
  17. THECOMICMONSTER is now proud to announce that we are accepting submissions for a very rare Gabriele Dell’Otto signing to take place outside the USA this summer! Costs associated with this opportunity are as follows: $100 for the first book modern tier CGC fast track grading service. $75 each additional book modern tier CGC fast track grading service. Return shipping, book prep and invoicing fees are all INCLUDED. $45 per signature on any book submitted under your own account. Books are due IN HAND no later than 5/15/18 so that they can get where they need to go in time for the signing.
  18. Hi all! I listed a nice Action Comics page by Kerry Gammill on eBay: Action Comics 657 Page 15 on eBay Thanks for looking! ***
  19. Start with the rules: * No probies, HOSer, or generally bad people. Low post count, I may request reference. * Shipping & insurance to continental US included. Anywhere else we'll work out. * 15 day return on raws, none on CGC books. * Paypal preferred. * In thread beats PM. * I'll listen to any reasonable offer. Action Comics #242 CGC 5.0 CROW -- SOLD! (A 5.5 sold this year for $5500) Since my scanner blurs books in the new slabs I'm posting the raws too. This book was not pressed or cleaned.
  20. So why December of 1978? Well, there was a movie released that month called Superman The Movie, that's why! A favorite complaint these days is that neither Marvel or DC has appropriate books on the shelves to take advantage of the heat that is generated by comic book movies. So how did DC do back in 1978 at the golden age of superhero movies? Not too shabby! All-New Collectors' Edition: Superman The Movie #C-62 was right there to take advantage of the hype, with an issue dedicated to the movie itself! The FFE's had ceased publication a few years prior, but they revived the title for one more issue with Famous First Edition Superman #C-61. How they neglected to print this issue back in 1974-1975 when they printed copies for Batman #1 and Wonder Woman #1 remains a mystery, but the timing worked out for them in the end. As for the other books that month? Pretty standard mid-to-late Bronze Age stuff. Thanks for reading, and have a great weekend!
  21. Yesterday we took a look at the dawn of the Bronze Age with the Superbooks. It would be about another year, however, for the Superbooks to start hitting their stride with some classic Bronze Age goodness. For me, the quintessential Superman Bronze Age book is Superman #233, so let's see what else was on the newsstands that month as well. Aside from having the most iconic of Neal Adams' Superman covers, this issue starts a year-long story of a de-powered Superman by Denny O'Neil. While this was supposed to reset the status quo, it was largely contained within the pages of Superman and lasted only as long as Denny O'Neil stuck around. Those eleven issues are now affectionately known as the Sand-Superman Saga. It has its rightful place in Superman history, but honestly...80% of the reason is that cover! Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane #107 has another Rose & Thorn back-up, and nothing screams Bronze Age like street-level vigilantism. Superboy #171 has one of the better (and all too rare) Carmine Infantino Superman covers. Great stuff! I'm not much of an historian for Aquaman, but was Aquaboy ever really a thing? Jack Kirby was just getting started on his Fourth World epic, and we get Darkseid's second appearance here in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #135. ...and is that another cover in the "people vs. Superman" theme on Action Comics #396? Suddenly he's the Rodney Dangerfield of super-heroes. Another decent month in the world of Superman!
  22. Continuing on for the theme of the week, let's set the time machine forward a few years to April of 1969 to see both the end of one era, and the dawn of another. The end of the Silver Age is a hard one to pin down, and there's a ton of debate to be had. I, myself, like to keep things simple and generally assume that the end of the 12¢ books also ends the Silver Age, and this is the month that it happened. I sorted the books by release date, so you'll see that it starts with 10¢ books and ends with the 12¢ books. Aside from Adventure Comics #381, which features the debut issue of the solo Supergirl stories, there is no real tonal shift per se. It was more of a gradual shift as the civil rights movement started to shift the consciousness of the country forward. We do get a great month of Neal Adams covers though! Superboy #157 features another in the all time favorite "people vs. Superman" theme. Superman and Batman duel it out gladiator-style in World's Finest Comics #185. While not one of his most iconic covers, he gets the honor of doing Supergirl's first issue from her headlining run in Adventure Comics. He's also credited with inking the Curt Swan cover for Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #120, but I'll be darned if I can see any of Curt left in the final project. Superman #217 is a giant-size issue, featuring a great load of reprints with the first appearances of Brainiac, Metallo, Lori Lemaris, the pre-Kara Supergirl, and of course...Mala! Four Neal Adams covers and a bunch of classic reprints? I call that a win!
  23. So I was ruminating on the state of my Superman collection the other day, as I am getting close to checking off all of the 12¢ books from Superman and Action Comics. That made me curious as to how far back I could get in my collection, and have the entire month of Superman books represented. I figured it would be early in the 12¢ run somewhere, but to my surprise it was late in the 10¢ era instead. Step out of the time machine, and welcome to the world of November 1959! No key issues for this month, but the Superbabies are quite popular as we get both a Superboy and a Supergirl Superbaby story. Since Supergirl only made her first appearance less than a year prior, I'm guessing that this is the first Supergirl Superbaby story? See, there is a key here after all! Now I know what your thinking..."Hold up, how can there be a story of Supergirl when she was a baby as she came to Earth as a teenager?" Blame it on the fountain of youth she inadvertently swims through while rescuing a drowning native in a far off exotic island. And that is why Silver Age stories never get boring. There's always a fountain of youth around when you need one to spice up a story! While the cover for Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane #14 teases a Batman appearance, it's not to be. It's all a ruse by Supergirl meddling in her cousin's love life trying to make Superman jealous. This is Supergirl's first appearance in Lois' book and her third outside of Action Comics, after guest-starring in Jimmy Olsen's and Superman a few month's prior. The Superboy #78 is the real winner from this month however, as not only do you get a great Jor-El cover, but all three of the stories inside are gems. Since the aforementioned debut of Supergirl had just happened and proved a hit, I guess Superboy wanted to get in on the action as the opening story has Clark changed to Claire Kent, Super-Sister! Hey kids, look! It's Supergirl as a brunette! The second story gives us the origin of Clark's super-suit, while the last one gives us a view into the early life of Mr. Mxyzptlk and the origin of their longstanding feud. Good stuff! All in all, a solid month, and it's especially great if you are a Supergirl fan. I do wonder though, how this period played out if you were a Superman fan who was still of the age where girls had cooties.
  24. I picked up a couple of early 12¢ Action Comics off of eBay recently to help fill out the run. Action Comics #290 from July 1962 and Action Comics #306 from November 1963. I realized long ago that trying to fill out a run of both Action Comics and Superman was going to be a herculean task at best. With that in mind, I settled on a minimum grade for the 12¢ books to be at least a nice presenting F/VF. I'll obviously make exceptions, however, if I come across some beaters at a price I can't resist. I love that cover for #306, as it tells a hell of a story with just one image. It's got it all...Clark Kent in peril, kryptonite, a 3rd world generalissimo, a cigarette smoking mastermind, the secret identity in jeopardy, etc... If I can't have world-shaking super-villain fist fights, than these are the type of stories that I really enjoy from the Silver and Bronze Ages. Anyways, on to the anagram fun! Clark Kent = Tank Clerk Let's see...Clark is essentially the clerk that handles the routine duties for the tank that is Superman. I'll buy that. Fun fact (and a peek behind the curtain): I use the internet to figure out my anagrams, and so far "Clark Kent" are the letters that have generated the least amount of anagrams, with only 3 total. That man's in a class by himself! Lois Lane = Los Alien My spanish is rusty, but that means the alien, right? Action Comics = Iconic Mascot That makes a lot sense, seeing as how this title birthed the original superhero!
  25. Time For ACTIONs Silver & Bronze #325 up Mostly VF Usual rules apply: trumps everything but PM offers are welcome. Shipping in the U.S, is included HOWEVER if the sale is under $50, I ask for $5 to cover costs and I will work out a fair deal for anything outside the country. PayPal preferred. Satisfaction guaranteed. See my Kudos below and on eBay I am top rated as mshadow1023 Here is a partial listing of my ACTION COMICS. I scanned a few examples but if needed, I can scan more. KEEP IN MIND I have a run of #301 to 324 (FINE/VG) and #401 up that I will probably post later in the week, but if you want to get a jump on those, PM me. Thanks as always! ACTION COMICS #325 to 339 - SOLD #340 1st Parasite - SOLD #341 to 360 - SOLD #361 2nd Parasite - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & brilliant colors. Virtually no spine stress. Pages W/OW. Solid VF OPG VF = $38 ASKING $20 $15 http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action361.jpg http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action361a.jpg #362 to 372, 374 to 400 - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & brilliant colors. Virtually no spine stress. A few have date stamps on the back cover. Pages W/OW. Average condition VF. OPG VF = runs $30/$20 ASKING $16 each or $450 $375 for the lot http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action388.jpg http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action388a.jpg http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action370.jpg http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action370a.jpg| http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action365.jpg| http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action365a.jpg #373 Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & brilliant colors. Virtually no spine stress - SPINE VERY NICE. Pages W/OW. OPV VF = $51 - ASKING $22 $18 http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action373.jpg http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/mikeradio/Action373a.jpg