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  1. 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!
  2. I am auctioning some of my personal books with AOK auctions. The auction will start at 11:00 am eastern time on September 22nd. There are about 60 CGC graded comics, Golden, Silver and Bronze age, titles include Adventure comics, Captain Marvel Adventures, Master Comics, Jumbo Comics, Joe Palooka, Archie, Jugheads Folly, and there are allot of ungraded comics in great condition. There will be 600+ lots in total. AOK auctions are based out of Virginia and they supply shipping by the local UPS office or they allow customers to pickup. I will include some photos and a link to the auction site. Thanks for viewing. https://www.auctionzip.com/auction-catalog/Huge-600-Lot-Comic-Auction_W6KHOKQ1AF/?pageNum=1&displayNum=25&sortValue=1&photosFirst=false&keywords=
  3. 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
  4. I just listed 22 auctions all starting at 99 cents with no reserve. I did put up bins in case anyone wanted to get rid of their eBay bucks quickly, but of course those work with auctions, too:) Have fun and if you are a boarder and you win, let me know, so I make sure to include something extra:) https://www.ebay.com/sch/skypinkblu/m.html?item=263581712590&hash=item3d5eb1c0ce%3Ag%3AXTIAAOSwdxJawU3E&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  5. Tonight I will be listing about 20 Raw, Rare or in some cases, Scarce Action Comics. All are raw, I've owned them for at least 15 years, maybe more. I have a smoke free home. At one time I was trying to fill in all the Action , Adventure, Batman, Superman etc comics from 100 and up. A lot of these books were hard to find, still are, so all I found were low grades and after a while, I just gave up. I'm basing the prices on what I see closed on eBay. Most of the bins are less than what I paid for them, so I'm not going to do discounts (although I will consider reasonable offers, esp. for more than 1 book), I'll just list the leftovers on eBay and keep my fingers crossed;) I wanted to offer them here first:) This thread will stay open until Sunday night at 8 pm. Since these are all raw books, I'm pricing by looking at completed prices on eBay, then I deduct what fees would cost me and a little more. I accept Paypal, checks or Money orders. First here or in a pm wins, by time stamp. If I can't determine the time stamp, the board take it wins. I will send invoices at the end, once you get the invoice, payment is due within 3 days unless we have discussed other arrangements. If you need time payments, it's not a problem, but please PM me before taking anything. Prices are going to be low on these books (at least I think they are low) All the books are raw, A few notes. None to the best of my knowledge,have been pressed or cleaned. I count the pages on every book. I look at the centerfolds to make sure they are attached, if they aren't, I note it. I look for missing coupons, and I grade the way I'd like someone else to grade for something I'm buying, but anyone can miss something or make a mistake. So...If I left anything out, just ask. I take returns on anything. If you aren't happy for any reason, plmk within 3 days of receipt. If I ask you to return the book, then I expect the return within 7 days, packed the same way I sent it. If you just changed your mind, shipping is on you. If I made a mistake, return shipping is on me. Shipping, I will charge exact shipping, but I will discount if you buy a certain amount. Spend $100 and get $5.00 off shipping, $200 and get $10 off shipping, if you spend $300 or more, I'll ship for free in the US, ( in Canada I'll split shipping with you if you spend more than $300). If you live anywhere else, just pm me for shipping estimates before you buy anything. For the USA, I use regional boxes whenever it lowers the shipping price. I don't charge for handling. All books are bagged and boarded, most are going to be in new bags and boards. Most are in Mylite 2's and hardbacks, although I've had to combine because I try to replace all bags and boards and I'm running out;). I can ship 2 regular (1 Giant) books in a cardboard mailer for about $3.50 3-5 books in a flat rate envelope with very strong boards (one will have a wood veneer) for $6.50 12 books in a regional box A for about $8 east coast, $11 West coast. (if it's less I charge the exact amount.) A regional box B is slightly higher but holds at least 20 books. I do not ship comics media mail, because the Post Office states they can not be shipped media (it's in their regulations) and I don't want to be responsible if there is a problem. Tracking is included and so is insurance (I pay for private insurance.). If you buy more than $200 worth of books, signature required is a must, but I pay for that in the US, in Canada, those packages must go priority. I can ship first class to Canada, but its not cheap. Max is 4lbs. I'm going to add a lot of freebies on the thread. I also add some kind of free gift to each order. I forgot, none of these books have been pressed (to the best of my knowledge, although it might help a few. I also have a smoke free home.
  6. 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!
  7. 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!
  8. 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.
  9. Yesterday I was a little surprised that I was able to go all the way back to November of 1959, with having a complete set of all the Superbooks on sale for a particular month. I thought for sure that my oldest set would've been in the early 12¢ era. I ended up being wrong twice, as not only could I go farther back than I thought, but the next instance of this happening is way into the second half of the Silver Age. It takes another 7 ½ years for my collection to once again have all of the Superbooks for any particular month. I give to you, the Superman newsstand of June 1967... There's two things to notice here. First, we have three different cover dates for the books that were on sale during June of 1967. The monthly books are all cover dated August, while the 80 Pg. Giants are dated September and October. I don't claim to have a PhD in cover dates, but I do know enough that the month on the cover is supposed to be the month that the books were to be removed from the newsstand, and not the actual month that they were released. Why they decided to give Lois' 80-pager an extra month over Jimmy's is curious. I'm guessing it's because the Lois book was released during the last week of June. For future newsstand months, I should probably put them in order of release date, rather than my typical fashion of ordering them by the age of the title (e.g. Action always goes first, then Adventure, World's Finest, Superboy, etc...) The other thing that sharp-eyed readers may notice is that there is a book missing...Superman #199. This book is the first Superman/Flash race, and a true key for any Superman or Flash collector. So why is it missing? Here's why... About 8 years ago or so, I finished up the small run of the Silver Age Superman/Flash races, which includes the following... Superman #199 Flash #175 World's Finest #198-199 When I laid them all out in order, it was a perfect example of the linear storytelling we all enjoy so much. The first book has the two heroes right at the start of the match, then Superman pulls ahead, then Flash pulls ahead, then to the last book where it is neck and neck over the finish line. I loved the way they looked so much, that I hired my sister to mat and frame them for me! She ended up doing it for free as a birthday present, and they've been hanging up in my office ever since.
  10. It's looking like a low content week for the journal, as I have a busy work week ahead of me, so I'll probably be spending it posting some pics of my newest acquisitions. First up, I got this beauty off of eBay for a great price... Adventure Comics #267 from December 1959, featuring the second appearance of The Legion of Super-Heroes. This particular issue only cost me $42 bucks, and it's a killer looking copy, although I'm sure some would balk at the ½" tear that goes through the entire book on the right edge. I'll still keep my eye out for an upgrade, but I am more than content with this issue for right now, as it gets me one step closer to completing those early Legion appearances. I'm now only missing 4 of their first 20 appearances, although that last one is going to be painful to the old wallet. It's a shame though, that they didn't keep the original costumes, as the originals are so much better. And a big shout-out to @Marwood & I for unknowingly setting the theme for low content mode week! I so enjoyed his anagramming of Legion members from my Nemesis Kid post last week, that I just have to try it for myself this week. Here goes... Cosmic Boy anagrams to boy comics That's not to shabby, if a little lazy. Lightning Lad anagrams to dangling hilt That must be where he keeps his lighting rod. Saturn Girl anagrams to raring slut Yikes, how dare the internet anagram maker impugn our beloved Legionnaire like that. For shame!
  11. While I was thumbing through the collection, looking for more odd cover appearances by D-List characters, it turns out there was another one in the wall display that I highlighted a few days ago that started me down this path. In Adventure Comics #346 from July 1966, we are introduced to four new recruits for Legion membership. But alas, one of them is a traitor! Who could it be? Karate Kid? Princess Projectra? Ferro Lad? Or err...ummm...Nemesis Kid?! Spoilers from here on out for anyone who hasn't read this yet, but the only worse name that Nemesis Kid could have chosen would've been Traitor Lad. This issue ends in a cliffhanger, with all of the super-obvious clues pointing at Karate Kid as the Legion traitor. Now I don't have the next issue yet, so I don't know for sure, but I'm going out on a limb here to say that Nemesis Kid is the actual traitor. I mean, it's right there in his name!