[CLOSED] (Price Reduction) Journey Into Mystery #15
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What’s for Sale?

Today we have a gorgeous gal Brenda Starr #14 CGC 3.0, a gruesome ghoul Journey Into Mystery #15 CGC 6.5 and the hotter than Hades Human Torch 3(#2) CGC 6.5.

Who can buy?

No selling to those on the probation list.

Kudos:

 

 

Payment:

PayPal or check.

Returns:

No returns on CGC books.

Shipping:

Free shipping within the U.S. Comic will be sent Priority Mail. Shipping costs to Canada will be the difference in the cost for U.S. shipping and will be paid by the buyer. 

Winning:

First unconditional :takeit: in the thread gets it. Time stamp rules if multiple :takeit:'s. An :takeit:in the thread trumps any PM negotiations until the post has been updated as “Taken via PM”.

 

Thanks for looking!

 

 

 

 

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Brenda Starr #14 (CGC 3.0 with cream to off-white pages) $1795:news: ^^ SOLD per pm.

Classic bondage. Art by the great Jack Kamen. Published March 1948. Just past the 70th anniversary of this iconic cover.

This is one of the nicer cover presentations for a 3.0. There are some very small missing pieces and a couple of small tears along the spine. Other than that, the cover is rather gorgeous for this coveted Brenda Starr. GGA doesn’t get any better than this.

This issue seems to be heating up. A CGC 1.5 with tape on the cover and brittle pages sold for $709 in February this year and two months later sold for $1000.

Every collector needs a copy or two of Brenda Starr #14.

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Journey Into Mystery #15 (CGC 6.5 with cream to off-white pages) $925: $850

Story by Paul S. Newman. Cover by Sol Brodsky. Art by Paul Reinman, Vic Carrabotta, Al Luster, Ed Winiarsky and Manny Banks . Published April 1954.

This is such an awesome cover with great stories and artwork inside. I don’t think this is what the couple had in mind when they decided to have a “hot time in the old town tonight”.

JIM #15 was the first issue in the run to do away with the story panels on the left side of the cover. Always thought that technique cheapened the covers. There is no substitute for full cover terror.

This is an extremely hard issue to come by in this grade or higher. There are only 3 in grade and only 2 higher at 7.0 and 8.5.

Another classic PCH that needs to be in your collection.

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Jim, as always, your books are just lovely.

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I agree that Brenda Starr is awesome and hot... I miss my 2.0... 
 

If I was in a buying phase - I'd take it in a heart beat.    good luck with the sale. 

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One time only price reduction on JIM #15. A classic at a super price.

 

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