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Three great books here.

 

Read this first:

 

:takeit: wins over pm's.

 

 

Payment terms

 

PayPal, (or cheque in the UK only).

 

 

 

Shipping

 

I am based in the United Kingdom..

 

Expedited shipping from UK to US will be $30. Domestic shipping in UK £7. Please do not ask for free shipping - it already costs more than I am charging.

 

 

I pack books very carefully.

 

Returns

As all books are third party graded I will not accept returns, so please make sure you want the book before pulling the trigger!

 

No HOSers, probies or trolls allowed!

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Mystery in Space #75 CGC 9.6 OW/W. $975

Mystery in Space #75 CGC 9.6.jpg

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Considering the sale price of the 8.5 earlier this year, and how much prices are increasing for Planet, the price on this Planet 3 seems more than fair!

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Stunning copy!  Possibly my favorite in the run, I love the wacky perspective, the colorful spaceman, the trap door into a bondage scene, the wacky alien, the spaceship battle, and the black black cover is :cloud9:.  GLWTS!

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10 hours ago, Flex Mentallo said:

Planet #3 is sold via pm.

no way that was going to last.

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I'm happy not to sell the Mystery in Space #75, but cant resist commenting that it is a funny old world! If the book to which this is the sequel - JLA #3 even existed in 9.6, it would be a 40k book. Yet so far this wonderful issue [way better art than the prequel, and a story that relies on intelligence rather than formulae], gets no love whatsoever. The phrase ' a rising tide lifts all the boats' seems not to apply here. That stoopid President Kennedy - what did he know? But then he didn't coin the phrase, just stole it from somewhere else.

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5 hours ago, Flex Mentallo said:

 relies on intelligence rather than formulae], gets no love whatsoever. 

The same could be said about most of us.

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