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  1. OPEN TO OFFERS, TRADES, & TIME-PAYMENTS OR ANY COMBINATION OF THE 3!!! Normal Apply: No probies or Bad-List B-Holes 1st unconditional wins the book, but PM's & offers are more than welcome!! Priority shipping w/signature confirmation is covered by me to anywhere in the U.S. (international buyers PM for prices), insurance can be added as necessary. I accept paypal, venmo, zelle, check, money order, or any other reasonable form of payment (no magic beans please ) Returns are accepted only if the reason is reasonably reasonable. My ebay handle is topcitycomics....I have 100% feedback on there (about 2500 total)...I'm on Instagram with 3000 followers...and for even more reading, my kudos thread is quite thrilling.... https://www.cgccomics.com/boards/topic/245483-top-city-comics-feedback-thread/ THANKS FER LOOKIN!!!
  2. Well its been an entire year since the last one so back at it again over the course of the next few weeks I should be able to get up somewhere between 1000 and 1500 books Session 1: Today at 4PM Pacific Standard Time (PST): All Publishers Mostly Marvel and DC From A-D Session 2: November 16th 5PM PST: All Publishers Mostly Marvel and DC From E-L Session 3: November 19th: 2PM PST: All Publishers Mostly Marvel and DC From M-Z Session 4: November 23rd: 5PM PST: Random Books All Publishers, Magazines and Larger Runs of Books Now on to the 1. The first person in the thread to post the gets it. 2. Accept PayPal, Check and Money Order 3. Shipping: $5.75 for the first 1-2 $8.75 for 3-5 books $16.25 for 6-20 Books I will combine shipping to equal whatever it costs after that. I will also ship anywhere, but International will cost whatever it costs; you can read my feedback and I have gotten extremely competitive International Shipping and will check rates for USPS, UPS and FED EX for you has I have accounts with all three. 4. None of the bad list people you know who you are. 5. Check out some of the happy customers from my previous FS threads who left good vibes from their purchases. jbud73 feedback thread 6. Returns are accepted, Buyer pays return shipping unless there was a glaring error in the grade (coupon cut, stain not factored into the grade assessment etc)
  3. We have a forum for reviews on Facebook.com/Silveragecomicsuk/reviews Instagram.com/silveragecomicsuk Thank you in advance for all Kudos reviews left!
  4. CGC BOARD EXCLUSIVE DEALS Looking to make a quick sale to raise $2600 for one of my grails (ALL WINNERS 6). Will only be doing one of these deals so not looking to sell multiple 1. Strange tales #89 (5.0 *not pressed or cleaned) $3500 + get Avengers #20 FREE 2. Marvel Mystery Comics #65 (4.0), Xmen Annual #14 (9.2) signed by Stan lee $2750 + avengers #20 FREE $2300 3. Marvel Secret Wars #8 (9.6) x4 signed and remarked Stan Lee, Zeck, Beatty, Shooter + Marvel Secret Wars #8 (9.6) x3 signed Stan Lee, Zeck, Beatty, Shooter + Xmen Annual #14 (9.2) signed by Stan lee $2750 I also have the avengers listed below - rough grades included (anything not priced is 100USD), buy more than 1000 USD of avengers books get 10% off **offer only applies to avengers books Avengers list Avengers #9 2.0-3.0 —> $170 Avengers #10 6.5-7.5 —> $220 Avengers #13 6.0-7.0 —> $270 Avengers #14 3.0-4.0 —> $120 Avengers #15 5.0-6.0 —> $120 Avengers #18 5.0-6.0 —> $120 Avengers #20 6.0-7.0 —> $150 Avengers #24 4.5-5.5 Avengers #29 5.5-6.5 Avengers #30 5.5-6.5 Avengers #31 5.5-6.5 Avengers #32 5.5-6.5 Avengers #33 6.0-7.0 Avengers #34 6.0-7.0 Avengers #35 7.0-8.0 Avengers #36 7.0-8.0 Avengers #37 6.5-7.5 Avengers #38 6.5-7.5 Avengers #39 6.0-7.0 Avengers #48 6.5-7.5 - $1150 Avengers #49 6.0-7.0 Avengers #51 5.0-6.0 Avengers #61 4.0-5.0 Avengers #63 6.5-7.5 Avengers #64 4.0-5.0 Avengers #65 4.0-5.0 **shipping to be added, will ship worldwide. Happy for buyers to provide their own shipping labels.. Here are the when purchasing: No Hall of Shame or Probation List Members First unconditional IN THE THREAD gets the book. Payment due within 24 hours of sale. If payment not received within that time period, I reserve the right to void the sale and re-list the book. PayPal (preferred) or Check accepted as payment (book ship once funds clear) Will ship fully insured with signature confirmation NO RETURNS as this is a professionally graded book PM with interest or any questions, thanks! Facebook.com/silveragecomicsuk/reviews for references
  5. Hello, I’m selling my copy of Superman #199. The grade looks 3.5 VG-, no staple rust, centerfold attached securely, no missing pages or cut coupons. Asking $90 shipped If you are not satisfied, please reach out to me to arrange a return, buyer pays for return shipping. The Terms: First gets it. Mainland USA shipping only. No Hall of Shammers PayPal only
  6. Announcing the Torpedo Collectors' Convention 2021! July 23rd-July 25th at the Hollywood Palladium 100 vendors specializing in comics, comic art, graded video games and toys. Over $50,000,000 in collectibles under one roof! We're announcing a guest every two days until June 1st! Eight Legendary Guests in Total! Announced so far: Donny Cates, Brian Azzarello, Bill Sienkiewicz VIP Packages and Tickets on Sale June 1st Check out our website or Instagram (@torpedocollectorscon) for guest updates and announcements!
  7. Amazing Spider-Man #50 features the 1st appearance of the Kingpin (Wilson Fisk)! The Kingpin was created by writer Stan “The Man” Lee along with cover and interior artist John Romita Sr. The famous cover has been paid homage to many times over the years, making it a certified classic, which depicts Peter Parker in an unusual and highly vulnerable state of being. With his head casting down into his shadow and his body hunched forward as he walks alone in despair, we see a discouraged Peter Parker abandoning his superhero duty as the large caption reads, “Spider-Man No More!” What? No more Spider-Man? How could the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man just decide to call it quits? This cover imagery is a lasting one not only in the Amazing Spider-Man title, but in all of comics as it shows that superheroes, like every day human civilians, experience bad days and can even battle with internal issues such as self-doubt and depression. Although Peter Parker was frustrated with his dual life and decided to resign from his Spider-Man duties, criminal activity increased throughout NYC’s Hell’s Kitchen, and a new threat emerged that would motivate and compel Spider-Man to come out of his early retirement. After assassinating his former gangster boss Don Rigoletto, the man known as Wilson Fisk took over his criminal empire and became the biggest and most feared crime lord throughout the city—the Kingpin was born! The Kingpin’s initial story arch would continue into the next two issues, with Amazing Spider-Man #51 featuring his 1st cover appearance. In addition, the Kingpin would not only plague Spider-Man as a recurring adversary throughout the years, but would also become known as the archenemy to Daredevil and a formidable foe to the Punisher. Speaking of such, Wilson Fisk has been portrayed on the silver screen by actors John Rhys-Davies in The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989) and Michael Clarke Duncan in Daredevil (2003). However, it wasn’t until actor Vincent D'Onofrio embodied the Kingpin to perfection in the critically acclaimed Daredevil Netflix TV series (2015-2018), that left viewers with the chills after witnessing his twisted and dark childhood upbringing that influenced his cold-hearted and homicidal nature! If you have watched Daredevil on Netflix, you know exactly what I am talking about! We get to experience an adolescent Wilson Fisk who is exhausted and tormented from hearing his alcoholic father verbally and physically abuse his mother in a separate room, grab a hammer and smash his father’s skull to a pulp! As a grown man, after a Russian crime associate named Anatoly interrupted a dinner date with his future wife Vanessa, he had his right-hand man James Wesley pull over the SUV on a dark quiet street, where Wilson Fisk gave him a brutal beating followed by repeatedly smashing his head in between the car door and ultimately beheading him! The Kingpin is no joke! Published in July of 1967, Amazing Spider-Man #50 is not only one of the most valuable ASM Silver Age (1956-1969) Keys, but it is “The” most valuable issue in the post Steve Ditko era! We can even take it a step further and argue that ASM #50 is one of the top 15 most valuable issues of the entire 700-issue Amazing Spider-Man run! For instance, on April 30, 2020, Heritage Auctions sold a CGC 9.8 WP copy of ASM #50 (1 of 7 in CGC 9.8) for a record breaking $55,200! In that same auction, a CGC 9.8 OW-WP copy of ASM #12 (3rd appearance of Doctor Octopus) and only 1 of 4 in CGC 9.8, sold for $19,200! Therefore, ASM #50 can definitely compete with some of the early ASM issues in top grade! Overstreet 2020 NM- 9.2 value = $3,000. According to the CGC Census Report as of Tuesday, April 6, 2021, out of a total of 3,963 Universal copies graded, only a mere 53 copies were graded in 9.4! With these statistics in mind, this represents an impressive rarity factor of only 1.3% of the total population! Furthermore, there aren’t many copies graded higher; only 22 to be exact! For instance, there are currently only 15 Universal 9.6 copies and only 7 Universal 9.8 copies graded, which makes Amazing Spider-Man #50 a highly sought-after and coveted comic book! I noticed this particular copy was special at first glance, but it was confirmation after reading the lot description: “An original-owner copy of the key first appearance of the Kingpin. You'll have to look very hard to find something to criticize on this very sharp example!” From this description, I knew that this copy was an “exceptional” CGC 9.4 WP example, so I had to bid aggressively during Heritage Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction #7224 in March of 2020 to acquire this pristine beauty! On that note, this PERFECTLY WRAPPED & CENTERED copy is WORLD CLASS in every way! It is by far one of the cleanest and brightest examples in existence! Just look at how vibrant the colors pop on the front cover! Take a good look at the milk white background of the “Marvel Comics Group” section, “The Amazing Spider-Man” title, the background of the “Spider-Man No More!” caption and the “Comics Code Authority” stamp; they are super WHITE as if the book was perfectly preserved since July of 1967! The back cover looks MINT! It’s very RARE to find copies that radiate colors as beautifully as this gem! In closing, although I would love to eventually upgrade to a perfectly wrapped and centered CGC 9.6 WP copy, I have been reluctant to pull the trigger, because I still have not seen a 9.6 copy at auction that looks more exceptional! With that being said, I’m very thankful and blessed to proudly showcase this immaculate 9.4 WP copy in Arachnophobia! Happy Collecting & Enjoy the Hunt! -Professor Pecora ASM #50 CGC 9.4 WP is featured in Professor Pecora's ASM CGC Registry Set entitled "Arachnophobia!" Please also FOLLOW on Instagram ----> @professor_pecora
  8. Amazing Spider-Man #41 features the 1st appearance of the Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich)! When you think of the Amazing Spider-Man title and the various reasons that make it one of the most collected titles in all of comics, you can’t help but to think of the rogues’ gallery of Spider-Man, which is considered by many comic book connoisseurs to be the greatest of all time! With that being said, most of Spider-Man’s A-list super-villains 1st appeared within the classic Stan Lee/Steve Ditko run, which spanned from issues #1-#38, with the majority of them appearing within the first fifteen issues. However, after John Romita Sr. took over artistic duties beginning with issue #39, and just into his 3rd contribution to the title, he collaborated with writer Stan “The Man” Lee and created a new A-list Spider-Man villain-the riotous Rhino! Depicted on the front cover smashing through solid stone with his brutish force, the Rhino’s colossal size coupled with his speed and nearly indestructible rhinoceros suit, make him one of Spider-Man’s strongest opponents! Although the Rhino’s origin story isn’t disclosed until Amazing Spider-Man #43, his personal background is very compelling and deserves to be translated properly on the silver screen. For instance, on May 2, 2014, the Rhino (played by actor Paul Giamatti) made his debut appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. However, after viewing the film, I was personally disappointed because it was like they just casually threw the Rhino into the mix to make the movie more interesting, from having Spider-Man battle multiple villains. In my honest opinion, although I like the idea of watching Spider-Man defend humanity from more than 1 villain simultaneously, I am also a strong believer in sound character development that builds up intrigue in that particular character. Therefore, as a result of his initial portrayal in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I believe the majority of the viewers perceived the Rhino as an insignificant Spider-Man villain with little substance, which is far from the truth. In fact, according to the comic books, the original Rhino was created after two Russian scientists convinced Aleksei to undergo experimental chemical and gamma ray treatments, in which they fused a molecular rhinoceros adhesive to his body. In exchange for transforming him into the Rhino, Sytsevich agreed to work for the two scientists and their criminal spy network. This was a huge career advancement for Sytsevich, as he was previously a simple street thug executing dirty jobs for the Russian mafia and receiving minimal pay. However, after a series of events, the Rhino realized that he could work for himself and attacked the two scientists in their lab facility. The Rhino continued his life of crime and became a regular foe to Spider-Man, the Hulk and many others. He also became members of various crime organizations such as the Sinister Syndicate. With the aforementioned background information on Aleksei Sytsevich that only scratches the surface in regards to his complete origin; the original Rhino clearly was NOT represented in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 film. Instead, the newer Rhino (controlled within a mechanical suit) was featured in the movie, which according to the comics, gets destroyed fairly quickly in a devastating one-on-one battle with Aleksei Sytsevich—the original Rhino! Maybe one day we’ll get to see the original Rhino featured as a main villain in a future Amazing Spider-Man film? In the meantime, I’m very optimistic that prices for high-grade copies of Amazing Spider-Man #41 will continue to appreciate to new heights! Overstreet 2020 NM- 9.2 value = $1,500. According to the CGC Census Report as of Tuesday, March 30, 2021, out of a total of 2,280 Universal copies graded, only a mere 20 copies were graded in 9.6! This ratio represents a ridiculous rarity factor of only 0.9% of the total population! Furthermore, there are only 3 copies graded higher in Universal 9.8, which are so elusive that only a single copy has surfaced for sale in the public market since January of 2006! Therefore, owning a CGC 9.6 white-paged copy is virtually the very best any high-grade ASM collector can attain! This particular copy is WORLD CLASS in every way! For a book published in October of 1966, the staples are perfectly inserted and the colors are super bright! Structurally, this copy is PERFECTLY WRAPPED & CENTERED, which is another RARE aesthetic quality that you don’t see often. I won this stunning original owner copy in Heritage Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction #7229 in May of 2020! It’s from The Variety Store Collection! Here is what Heritage Auctions had to say about this immaculate original owner collection: “The Variety Store Collection originated in a small Midwest convenience store during the 1960s. The store’s owner, a second-generation immigrant, became interested in the comics that were circulating through his business. He was a lifelong coin collector who appreciated art, and that influenced him to begin collecting comics. He saved the nicest copies from his stock issues, many times multiple copies of the same issue, and stored them away, taking care to keep them in the excellent condition they are still in today. He did this until the mid-1970s when the store was downsized into a more manageable hardware-based business that no longer carried comics. In the early 1980s he began collecting again with his only grandson, and together they attempted to complete the different series runs. Time has passed now, as has the original owner, and his family has decided to offer this wonderful collection to others. Heritage is proud to present The Variety Store Collection for your consideration.” I must admit that I almost folded during the final bidding battle, because the price already went up a few thousand dollars beyond my initial budget! However, with the pristine condition and rarity factor for this Silver Age ASM KEY within reach, I held in there and placed a few more bids and ended up the winner! I’m definitely honored to be the proud new owner of this gem! Thank God for payment plans! Happy Collecting & Enjoy the Hunt! -Professor Pecora ASM #41 CGC 9.6 WP is featured in Professor Pecora's ASM CGC Registry Set entitled "Arachnophobia!" Please also FOLLOW on Instagram: ----> @professor_pecora
  9. Amazing Spider-Man #16 features the 1st Daredevil crossover + the 2nd appearance of the Ringmaster and the Circus of Crime! It’s September of 1964, and the legendary duo of Stan “The Man” Lee and Steve Ditko made history once again, by featuring Daredevil’s 1st crossover appearance into another title! This historical landmark issue can easily get overlooked due to the plethora of major 1st appearances featured in the previous fifteen issues, but make no mistake that ASM #16 is definitely a legendary issue within the iconic Amazing Spider-Man Silver Age run! For starters, the origin and 1st appearance of Daredevil (Matt Murdock) took place in April of 1964; merely five months prior to the release of ASM #16! You’ll notice that Daredevil is featured in a yellow suit, because he didn’t begin donning his modern red suit until April of 1965, when Daredevil #7 was published exactly one year later! It’s important to note that the Daredevil title was published bimonthly for the first 11 issues (1964-1965), and only started being published monthly with issue #12 in January of 1966. Therefore, this means that Amazing Spider-Man #16 features Daredevil’s “4th” overall appearance in the history of comics! This is MAJOR! We’re talking about two perennial Marvel superheroes facing off against each other for the very first time! In my personal opinion, ASM #16 is one of Steve Ditko’s most striking and appealing battle covers within his 38 issue run! For example, if you scan through the first fifteen issues and view the front covers, the most close-up depiction of Spider-Man is on ASM #10, which features the 1st appearance of the Big Man (Fred Foswell) and the Enforcers. However, Spider-Man is not in battle mode, but rather shown hanging on a web with the Enforcers standing in the background. In turn, ASM #16 presents the 1st issue in which we are presented with another close-up view of Spider-Man, but in the midst of battling Daredevil, who would later become one of Spider-Man’s greatest allies in fighting crime throughout NYC! Stan Lee and Steve Ditko were also marketing geniuses of their time! To commemorate Spider-Man and Daredevil’s future alliance and partnership, in May of 1966, Spider-Man was featured in his first Daredevil crossover in <i>Daredevil #16!</i> How cool is that! These early crossover appearances laid the foundation for what would later become a cohesive and multidimensional Marvel Universe! With the aforementioned information above, Amazing Spider-Man #16 is without a doubt a significant historical issue, and is definitely one of the top 25 most valuable ASM issues of the entire run! Overstreet 2020 NM- 9.2 value = $2,150. According to the CGC Census Report as of Tuesday, March 23, 2021, out of a total of 1,738 Universal copies graded, only a mere 15 copies were graded in 9.6! This ratio represents a ridiculous rarity factor of only 0.9% of the total population! Furthermore, there are only 7 copies graded higher in Universal 9.8, which are extremely elusive and rarely offered for public sale. Therefore, owning a CGC 9.6 white-paged copy is virtually the very best any high-grade ASM collector can attain! This stunning copy is WORLD CLASS in every way! For a book published in September of 1964, the vibrant colors radiate brightly as if the book was printed yesterday! It’s definitely RARE to find copies this old that are not only PERFECTLY WRAPPED & CENTERED, but also contain MILK WHITE PAGES! I am honestly surprised that this copy did not receive the 9.8 grade! The spine is super tight and I don’t really see any color breaks! The corners are razor sharp and it’s truly an immaculate specimen! I won this pristine copy in Comic Link’s Focused Auction in December of 2020! This book goes down in history as my very 1st Stan Lee/Steve Ditko ASM acquisition, and since I am also a huge Daredevil fan and absolutely LOVE the Daredevil Netflix TV Series (2015-2018), this was the perfect early ASM issue to add to the Professor Pecora Collection! I want to give a special shout-out to Spencer of the Comic Link Billing Department for his excellent customer service skills, and to Colin Becker for providing the beautiful professional scans! Happy Collecting & Enjoy the Hunt! -Professor Pecora ASM #16 CGC 9.6 WP is featured in Professor Pecora's ASM CGC Registry Set entitled "Arachnophobia!" Please FOLLOW my NEW Instagram (IG) Account----> @professor_pecora - LOTS of GREAT Content to come! :-)
  10. Hey everyone, what do you guys think the grade is on this FF6?
  11. Hi everyone I recently bought a copy of fantastic four 52. When it arrived it looked to me like it had been trimmed. I'm really concerned as I was planning to get this graded (I'm very new to grading) it took me so long to save to buy this book and so I would like to reach out to you all and see if anyone can see evidence of trimming. I suspect it has been trimmed down the right side of the cover. I know books are often mis wrapped during this era but I'm not sure if this falls in to that. And expertise anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated.
  12. So I just bought a collection for the first time and the seller threw in this really odd copy of Hulk 134 and he pointed this price out but I thought nothing of it at the time. Now I am having a hard time finding any info on this book. 1/- is so odd but cool looking lol. I also just asked on my Instagram (same @ if you wish to follow me). If anyone has any info regarding the rarity of this LMK! I will consider submitting this as well after getting it pressed/cleaned if possible. Thanks for checking this out!
  13. I’m looking for Daredevil #3 (1964) CGC 8.0 or 8.5 with page quality of off-white or better and no markings on the cover including date stamps. If you have such a book or know of someone who does then please contact me.
  14. Looking for Action Comics no. 252 (1959) 1. Around CGC 3.5 universal, no less than CROW - PLOD okay, no trimming, foxing, rusted staples, writing (date stamp okay) 2. Paying FMV (refer to GPA averages). 3. Payment through Paypal. 4. HOS and probies need not apply. 5. Please PM with images and for inquires. 6. Shipping destination is Canada Thanks for your time
  15. My Rules: Payment by PayPal only. I will only ship to North America for free, outside US will pay rate TBD. Shipping is included in the price(US only). First is the winner despite any ongoing negotiations. No probies, HOSers. No returns on slabs, raw book can be returned within 7 days of receipt of the book as long as they are in same condition. Please let me know if you wish to return the book before doing so. Offers are always welcome (and encouraged). If you have any questions send me a PM! References if needed. $1,150 Shipped
  16. gorgeous copy of amazing Spider-Man #4 cgc 5.5 universal ow/w pages 1st sandman gorgeous copy for the grade awesome new marvel holder leaving tomorrow for Sdcc! Take advantage of this pre-sdcc transaction! asking $1850 payment can be made by check, PayPal, or cash(face to face) no returns on cgc graded books shipping $14.95 via usps priority mail with signature confirmation have a great day!
  17. As the title says, ASM #6, 1st appearance of the Lizard. Coverless and complete, decent page quality, no missing pages, major tears, clipped coupons, tape or doodling. Willing to pay $100 through Paypal only for a copy meeting these requirements. If you don't have one, convince a friend to sell me his. If I buy it, I'll pay you 10% of the sale price. Limited to 1 person, so 10 people can't claim it.
  18. trumps any pm`s. Shipping, insurance and signature confirmation are included in the U.S., outside of the U.S. shipping charges will apply. I will not ship an item where delivery confirmation is not available. No returns on 3rd party graded books. Preferred methods of payments are Cashier`s Check, Money Order & Personal Check. (Checks must clear before shipping) Paypal is also accepted. No probation or Hos members For those of you who are not familiar with me I have over 34,300 feedbacks on ebay, my user i.d. is cbcnow. Some of my references here on the boards are: Primetime, MrBedrock, G.A.tor & Filter81 Please View My Feedback/Kudos Page: Feedback / Kudos $2995 X-men #1 Cgc 1.0 SS Ow/w
  19. less than 2 days left on these auctions! 38: 8.5 40: 7.5 current bids are $30 + $45 thank you =)
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    I am planning to go to smaller comic events, if the promoters don't panic and cancel them. Emerald City Comic convention was cancelled, due to fear of virus spread. My thoughts about many larger Conventions were they have become Pop culture shows rather than Comic Cons. I had, even before all this panic, decided to set-up at more and more small comic focused shows. This March we will set up in the new location of San Fernando Valley Comic Book Convention at the Hyatt Regency, Valencia, CA. This event is planned for a Sunday 22nnd March from 10 AM – 4PM . We will be able to bring any item from our inventory as we have a warehouse close by. this is my show schedule for the near future, and they are all smaller shows. San Fernando Valley Comic Book Convention: 22nd March at the Valencia Hyatt Regency, Valencia, CA. Berkeley Comic Show: April 4th at the Berkeley Adult School, Berkeley, CA. I Wonder Con : April 7 -8th at the Comic Book Hideout, Fullerton, CA. Alternative to WonderCon! Philadelphia Comic Convention: Sunday April 19th at the Clarion Hotel Conference Center, in Essington, PA. Little Giant Comics Old School Comic Show: April 25th at the Everett Arena in Concord, NH If you are brave enough to attend one of these and have some wants please let me know. I have over 50,000 comics in inventory at http://terryscomics.com/ I will only have a few boxes of my inventory at most of these events so please give me requests. Best Regards Terry O'Neill Terry's Comics
  21. Hey! I recently purchased an ASM 14 in fair condition that has the wrong back cover. Overall, it’s in pretty rough shape, with tape over the spine and the front cover. Would it be recommended to completely remove the current wrong back cover? If I do, should I replace it with one that matches the original? I was searching through eBay, and Sgt Fury 8 has the same back cover as ASM 14. I included some pictures below to give some context. Thanks, Joey
  22. Welcome to my February CGC silver & gold sale including Marvel, PCH & DC. I will be listing about a dozen or so books starting with a few. Will add more books so please check back. Sale lasts until 2/8 Membersin good standing welcome All books ship to US $10 (CA 15usd). I pack carefully and ship promptly. I accept Paypal. First claim in thread wins. Offers via PM welcomed Returns only if mutually agreed Have fun and PMs are welcome. My kudos thread is here: https://www.cgccomics.com/boards/topic/431583-kudos-thread-for-northwest
  23. 3 Silver Age issues of Justice League of America. Issues 22,29 and 30. All issues intact and unaltered. No pages missing or coupons cut out. $75 plus $8 for S&H. All sales final.
  24. Not Brand Echh #1&5. First Forbush man. Both old school grade VG. $20 for both More pics available upon request. Shipping in continental United States only. Will do media mail if you prefer, If not then its $8 for shipping. All sales final.