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Very high grade Walking Dead #1 - Hot!!
  • Issue: The Walking Dead Issue #1
  • Grade: 9.6
  • Price: $2,500.00

This is a very good looking raw #1 issue of the Walking Dead. Very good condition.

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Spidey Super Stories
  • Issue: Spidey Super Stories Issue #54
  • Grade: 9.4
  • Price: $15.00

Issue #54 Fair condition

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Spidey Super Stories
  • Issue: Spidey Super Stories Issue #1
  • Grade: 8.0
  • Price: $40.00

Issue #1 in protective plastic

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Spidey Super Stories
  • Issue: Spidey Super Stories Issue #53
  • Grade: 8.0
  • Price: $10.00

Issue #53: Doctor Doom's Monsters! In protective plastic

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Spidey Super Stories
  • Issue: Spidey Super Stories Issue #19
  • Grade: 9.2
  • Price: $12.00

Issue #19 In protective plastic

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History of the Asguardian Gods
  • Issue: Thor (The Mighty) Issue #300
  • Grade: 8.0
  • Price: $15.00

Cover by Keith Pollard. Origin of Odin and the Destroyer in "Chapter One Twilight of the Gods!", script by Mark Gruenwald and Ralph Macchio, pencils by Keith Pollard (breakdowns) and Gene Day (finished art), inks by Gene Day; Siegfried is killed by Hagen; Siegfried and Brunnhilda are escorted to Asgard by Valkyries; Odin returns them to life with no memory of their previous lives, and Siegfried now named Thor; Odin tries to kill himself until the appearance of the first Celestial spaceship causes him to want to live again. "The Human Torch Saves the Valley!" Hostess snack cake ad. "Chapter 2 Whatever Gods There Be...", script by Mark Gruenwald and Ralph Macchio, pencils by Keith Pollard (breakdowns) and Gene Day (finished art), inks by Gene Day; The Eye of Odin finishes its story, telling Thor of how Odin, Zeus and Vishnu confront the Celestials when they landed in the past, trying to drive them away. "Chapter Three Day of Alpha," script by Mark Gruenwald and Ralph Macchio, pencils by Keith Pollard (breakdowns) and Gene Day (finished art), inks by Gene Day; Odin and Thor battle the Celestials; The Celestials pass judgement on the Earth; Thor learns the identity of his mother. 52 pgs., full color. Book and cover in good/acceptable condition.

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X-Men/X-Factor origins, the origin of iron man, the origins of Odin & Asgard
  • Issue: Marvel Saga Issue #6
  • Grade: 5.5
  • Price: $15.00

"Book VI: Love, Hate...and Sacrifice!" Researched by Peter Anderson. Wraparound cover by Brent Anderson and Joe Sinnott. The Official History of the Marvel Universe continues as we witness the amazing conclusion to the origin of Iceman, featuring Cyclops and Professor X! Plus, the origins of Iron Man, Alicia Masters and her father the Puppet Master, Odin and fabled Asgard! Featuring excerpts from Fantastic Four (1961 1st Series) #8, Uncanny X-Men (1963) #44-46, Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) [Journey into Mystery] #86 and 349, Thor Annual #5 and 11, Tales to Astonish (1959-1968 1st Series) #37, Marvel Team-Up (1972 1st Series) #6 and Tales of Suspense (1959) #39. 32 pages, FC.

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X-Men first battle against Magneto, origin of the Molecule man
  • Issue: Marvel Saga Issue #11
  • Grade: 7.0
  • Price: $15.00

"Book XI: Days of Power!" Researched by Peter Anderson. Wraparound cover by Keith Pollard and Al Williamson. The Official History of the Marvel Universe continues as we witness the X-Men and their very first battle with Magneto! Plus, the origin of Owen Reece - the Molecule Man! Iron Man's first red and gold armor. The Hulk turns against the Avengers and teams-up with Namor! Plus, Nick Fury's first Marvel appearance, the X-Men's second adventure as they battle the Vanisher, and Ant-Man becomes Giant-Man! Featuring excerpts from Fantastic Four (1961 1st Series) #19-21, Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) #7, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #2-3 and 269, Avengers Annual #2, Uncanny X-Men (1963) #1-2 and 203, Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) #97-98, Secret Wars II (1985) #9, Sgt. Fury (1963) #12 and 29, Strange Tales (1951-1976 1st Series) #114, Super Villain Team Up (1975) #17, Tales of Suspense (1959) #45 and 48, and Tales to Astonish (1959-1968 1st Series) #49. 32 pages

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Batman & The Spectre in Grasp of the killer cult, Teen Titans in the dimensional Caper, plus the coils of Copperhead ensnare Wonder Woman, Batman & Batgirl
  • Issue: The Brave and the Bold Issue #116
  • Grade: 7.5
  • Price: $35.00

When a series of strange murders happen, where men with clean records suddenly strangle their victims to death, Batman is called in by Commissioner Gordon to investigate. The case also attracts the attention of Jim Corrigan, who feels a super-natural force drawing his Spectre persona. As Corrigan he tries to get in on the case, telling Gordon and Batman that all the murders are copy-cats of the Thuggies of India. With the help of the Spectre, Batman learns that each of the men were in the military during World War II as a group called the Dirty 'Dozers, a road building crew that helped build roads in India for the war effort. As Batman tracks down this groups meeting place as worshipers of Kali the Indian goddess, the Spectre learns that the men bulldozed over an ancient Thuggee cemetery, and have been possessed by the spirits of the men buried there. Learning the truth, the Spectre rushes back to the States where he saves Batman by posing as the goddess Kali and convincing the spirits to leave the bodies of the men. After the battle, them men return to normal, however are fully aware of the crimes they committed while under the control of the Thuggee spirits, as such they willingly turn themselves over to the authorities hoping that justice will be fair to them.

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Giant size! Riddle of the Robot Justice League, Journey into the Micro-world
  • Issue: Justice League of America Issue #93
  • Grade: 7.0
  • Price: $45.00

Riddle of the Robot Judtice League: The JLA find themselves on a far off planet where they must battle robotic versions of themselves in order to save that planet - and earth- from alien conquest. Using scientific explanation & reasoning, Gardner Fox proceeds to demonstrate how our heroes can overcome their never tiring counterparts. Journey into the Micro-World: The Journey into the Micro-World! wiki last edited by pikahyper on 12/20/14 01:32AM View full history The JLA is brought to a subatomic world in order to save its people. The members of the JLA find themselves shrinking into a world so small that the Atom looks like a giant. Seeing what has happened to his colleagues, the tiny titan follows his team mates to be confronted by the three gladiators of the micro world. These three explain that they are the protectors of their world's earth, sea and sky - but using their powers via their radiation helmets was shortening the life span of the very planet they were sworn to protect. The three guardians had called the JLA to their world in order to help them remove their so called "indestructable" helmets and therefore save the planet. Despite their best efforts, the JLA can't beat the guardians and Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern find themselves trapped in an "escape proof" cage. Try as they might, each member of the League in turn cannot move the bars of that cage one inch. As Superman pointed out to the Martian Manhunter, "If I can't bend these bars, neither can you." Suddenly Batman steps forward and demands everyone remains quiet. Then, to the astonishment of everyone else, he proceeds to bend the bars of the cage. Batman has realised that once a person hears something on this world, they believe it / it comes true. Therefore, since each JLAer in turn had heard that they would not be able to bend the bars, none of them had been able to do it. Realising that they had all heard that the three guardians wore "indestructable" helmets, the Atom returns to earth, where he brings Snapper Carr back to the micro world. Covering Snapper's ears at all times so he cannot be told what is or isn't possible on this world, the JLA use their mascot in order to defeat the three guardians of the micro world.

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  • Issue: Strange Tales Annual #2
  • Grade: 10.0
  • Price: $1.00

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spider
  • Issue: The Amazing Spider-Man Issue #5
  • Grade: 4.0
  • Price: $1.00

you tell me... found in box

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fan 4
  • Issue: Fantastic Four Issue #19
  • Grade: 4.5
  • Price: $1.00

you tell me found in box

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adventure
  • Issue: Adventure Comics Issue #194
  • Grade: 4.0
  • Price: $0.00

you tell me.... found in box

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strange
  • Issue: Strange Tales Annual #2
  • Grade: 10.0
  • Price: $0.00

found in box

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