Moved to ebay Diabolico 1 - (Daredevil 1 ) now $450 & Rare Mexican Weird Science Fantasy 25
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Hello i amselling tonight a copy  of Diabolico 1 printed in Mexico 1966 

Grade : VG/F  Imo

$500  now $450 + shipping $25 (canada , US and Europe)

Rules

- No people from bad lists

- Paypal in USD funds

- No returns

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The Diabolico on the inside is yellow

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53 minutes ago, MusterMark said:

Awesome book!!!  (thumbsu

GLWTS!

 

Thank you!

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Weird Science Fantasy 25 - Mexican edition printed in 1963 by Editora Sol

Grade : G/VG imo

$75 + shipping $8.50 to USA $25 to Canada and $12 to Europe

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5 minutes ago, Mijael.Levy said:

Weird Science Fantasy 25 - Mexican edition printed in 1963 by Editora Sol

Grade : G/VG imo

$75 + shipping $8.50 to USA $25 to Canada and $12 to Europe

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Another rare book.

 Cool!

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12 hours ago, MusterMark said:

Another rare book.

 Cool!

+1 cool book

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Made a big purchase so i need to move this . Diabolico 1 cost now is $475 

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Wow, such cool books. How does one find such rarities? I would assume they aren't easy to find even in Mexico. Is there a large comic collection community there?

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Robot Man ; I usually find them at ebay from Argentinian sellers , spaniard sellers and even US sellers. Theres is also a large FB community here on Mexico. Diabolico 1 is scarce but not as scarce as the  Science Fantasy book , i found that one from a Peruvian collector . The hard part is to get them in good condition because there was no bag and board culture in those days.

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