Bronze to Modern Lots for sale on eBay: Batman, JLA, etc. Taking Offers!
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A lot of 5-10 year old DC Comics, featuring many of the top writers from that period, including Geoff Johns, Jeph Loeb, James Robinson, David Hine, Kurt Busiek, and Paul Dini.

 

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Included are:

 

Teen Titans 34 - Geoff Johns "One Year Later" storyline begins

Aquaman Sword of Atlantis 40 Kurt Busiek "One Year Later" reboot

Superman-Batman 25 - Jeph Loeb

Aquaman Sword of Atlantis 41 Kurt Busiek & Butch Guice

Superman-Batman 26 - Michael Turner cover

Aquaman Sword of Atlantis 42 Kurt Busiek & Butch Guice

Flash: The Fastest Man Alive 1

Flash: The Fastest Man Alive 2

Countdown 51 Paul Dini

Countdown 46

Countdown 6

Countdown 5 Jim Starlin art

Countdown 4

Trinity 1 Kurt Busiek & Mark Bagley

Brave & Bold 19 (Green Lantern & Phantom Stranger) David Hine

Brave & Bold 20 (Green Lantern & Phantom Stranger) David Hine

Brave & Bold 25 (Hardware & Blue Beetle)

Brave & Bold 26 (Xombi & The Spectre) Scott Hampton art

The Shade 1 James Robinson

 

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NOW SOLD! Detective Comics 437-443

 

From 1973-1974: The complete, multiple Shazam-award winning Manhunter series by Archie Goodwin and Walt Simonson. In addition, this lot features some of the best Batman stories from the 1970s, and an unmatched selection of reprints from the DC archives. Except for #437, these are all 100 Page Super-Spectaculars. :banana:

 

 

 

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SOLD! Weird Worlds 4 5 6 7 New Gods 12 13 15 17 Mr. Miracle 20 Beowulf 1 B&B 121 Demon 3 JLA 138 144 Warlord 6

 

Includes work by Jack Kirby, Mike Grell, Marshall Rogers, Steve Englehart, Mike Kaluta, Denny O'Neil, Don Newton, Jim Aparo & a couple of covers by Neal Adams & Jim Starlin.

 

 

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SOLD! Now 20 DCs

 

1.Swamp Thing #5, the original series by Len Wein & Bernie Wrightson. Wrightson cover & interior artwork. Fine condition: tiny chip out at the top right corner, and pin-hole tears along the bottom edge.

2.Omac #2, story, art & cover by Jack Kirby. Very Good Plus condition: wear along the right hand edge.

3.Sandman #2, Kirby cover only. Fine/Very Fine condition.

4.Kobra #3, Very Good condition: tiny chip out near the bottom right of the front cover. Numerous small tears along the left hand edge of the back cover.

5.Kobra #4, Joe Kubert cover. Very Good / Fine condition: hard crease at bottom right corner of the front cover.

6.DC Super-Stars (of Space) #6, featuring reprints of stories featuring Adam Strange, Captain Comet, Tommy Tomorrow. Fine Minus: slight foxing around the edges of the back cover. Tiny impact tear along the bottom edge of the front cover.

7.Justice League of America #138. Neal Adams cover. Fine Plus condition.

8.Mister Miracle #19. First post-Kirby issue. Written by Steve Englehart, cover & interior art by Marshall Rogers. Fine Minus condition.

9.Jonah Hex #9. Bernie Wrightson cover. Very Good condition: creasing at bottom right corner of the front cover.

10.Mister Miracle #23. Written by Steve Gerber, cover by Marshall Rogers, interior art by Mike Golden. Tiny staple tears. Creases at lower right corner. Very Good Plus condition.

11.Showcase #104. Final issue of the original run. Joe Kubert cover. Fine condition. Minor wrinkling (not water damage) at lower right corner of the back cover.

12.Firestorm #5. Final issue of the original 1970s introductory run. Very Good Plus condition: wear around the edges, particularly at the top right corner of the front cover.

13.Infinity Inc. #15 Todd McFarlane cover & interior art. Very Good / Fine condition: color loss along the right hand edge of the back cover.

14.Infinity Inc. #19 Todd McFarlane cover & interior art. Justice Society of America & Justice League of America cross over. Very Fine Minus: tiny color breaking crease at lower right corner of the front cover.

15.Infinity Inc. #20 Very Fine condition.

16.Infinity Inc. #21 Todd McFarlane cover & interior art. First new Dr. Mid-Nite. First new Hourman. VF/NM condition.

17.Justice League of America #258 Death of Vibe. Fine condition.

18.Justice League of America #259 Fine/Very Fine condition.

19.Justice League of America #260 Death of Steel. Fine/Very Fine condition.

20.Justice League of America #261. Final issue of the original run. Fine/Very Fine condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SOLD! 12 issues of Forever People & New Gods

 

 

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1. Forever People #2 Early Darkseid appearance. First appearances of Desaad and Mantis. Fine / Very Fine condition.

 

2. Forever People #3 First appearance of Glorious Godfrey. Darkseid appears. Letter column features a note from Harlan Ellison. Slight tanning around the edges: Fine Plus condition.

 

3. Forever People #4 Darkseid appears. First appearance of Sonny Sumo. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #85 (1943). There are a couple of spots of distributor overspray along the top edge (barely visible on the back cover). Mild color breaks at bottom right corner. Fine condition.

 

4. Forever People #5 First appearance of Lonar. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #84 (1943). There is a slight discoloration at the bottom right corner of the back cover: possible moisture effect? As well there is s spot of rust on the bottom staple, visible at the centerfold. Thus, a very nice looking VG/FN.

 

5. Forever People #6 Darkseid appearance, first use of the Omega Effect. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #75 (1942). This one has a similar discoloration as #5, at the lower right corner of the back cover. Otherwise very nice, call it Fine.

 

6. Forever People #7 Lonar meets Orion, in a flashback prior to the events of New Gods #1. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #80 (1942). Tanning around the edges, corner wear at the bottom right corner of the front cover, and a tiny chip out at the lower left corner. Fine Minus.

 

7. New Gods #7 "The Pact" the secret origin of Orion & Mister Miracle. Darkseid appearance. First appearance of Steppenwolf. First appearance of Avia (Mister Miracle's mother) and of Tigra (Orion's mother). Izaya becomes Highfather. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Manhunter reprint from Adventure Comics #76 (1942). Slight wear at the upper left corner of the front cover: Fine Plus condition.

 

8. Forever People #8 Darkseid appearance. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #77 (1942). One third of the way up the spine there are a couple of pinholes that suggest at one time there was an extra staple added to the spine, since removed. Fine / Very Fine.

 

9. New Gods #8 "Death Wish of Terrible Turpin." Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Manhunter reprint from Adventure Comics #77 (1942). Fine Plus.

 

10. Forever People #9 Deadman crosses over to the Forever People. Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #74 (1942). Tiny spine split at the top. Fine Plus condition.

 

11. Forever People #10 Deadman crossover concludes. Very slight wear along the top edge. Fine/Very Fine.

 

12. Forever People #11 Darkseid appearance. Final issue of the original Jack Kirby run of the Forever People. Color breaking crease at the bottom right corner of the front cover. Fine condition.

 

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Englehart JLA mini-run

 

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Often overshadowed by his contemporaneous collaborations with Marshall Rogers on Detective Comics & Mister Miracle, Steve Englehart did some of the best JLAs between Gardner Fox & Grant Morrison! Here is a representative sample from 1977-1978.

 

 

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Now Sold: 13 DCs from 1972-1980

 

 

In this lot you get

Teen Titans 41 Nick Cardy inks.

Swamp Thing 5 Bernie Wrightson cover & art. Tanning around edges.

Justice Inc 1 Kubert cover. Denny O'Neil -script. Price penciled on back cover.

Claw the Unconquered 3

Claw the Unconquered 4. Price penciled on back cover.

Jonah Hex 9 Bernie Wrightson cover. Lengthwise non-color-breaking cover crease.

DC Special Series 10 Secret Origins Dr. Fate, Black Canary, Lightray. Moderate spine roll.

DC Special Series 11 Flash Spectacular. Wally Wood inks. Significant spine roll.

Showcase 100. Features every character from Showcase 1-99. Price stamp on back cover.

Mister Miracle 25. Steve Gerber -script. Michael Golden cover & art.

Green Lantern 133 Jim Starlin cover. Adam Strange back-up.

Green Lantern 134. Adam Strange back-up.

Green Lantern 135. Adam Strange back-up. Price penciled at upper left corner of back cover.

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Another big chunk of the Steve Englehart JLA run

 

 

In this lot you get:

1.Justice League of America #140 "No Man Escapes the Manhunters!" This storyline ties together for the first time the Jack Kirby Manhunter (Mark Shaw) with the Green Lantern Corps. Fine Plus condition: small color-breaking crease at the lower right corner of the front cover. Slight color loss at top left corner.

2.Justice League of America #141 "No World Escapes the Manhunters!" Conclusion of the story began in #140. Fine/Very Fine condition: mild ink transfer on back cover.

3.Justice League of America #142 places the spotlight on Aquaman, Elongated Man, and the Atom. Introduces Englehart's new JLA villain The Construct, and also features the only appearance of "Willow," the thinly-disguised DC Universe analogue to Marvel's Mantis character from the Avengers, also created by Englehart. Fine Plus condition: crease at upper left corner of the front cover, slight wear along the top edge of the back cover.

4.Justice League of America #143. The Injustice League returns. Mark Shaw appears as the Privateer for the first time. Fine condition. Slight wear around the edges of the back cover, including a 1/8" tear near the top right corner of the back cover.

5.Justice League of America #144. Untold origin of the Justice League, featuring J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter. Very Fine Minus condition: very slight wear around the edges.

6.Justice League of America #149 features Dr. Light, the Privateer, and Snapper Carr as well in "The Face of the Star-Tsar!" Fine/Very Fine condition.

7.Justice League of America #150 features The Key. Final Englehart-scripted issue. Very Fine Minus condition: there is a small crease at the upper right hand corner which does not visibly break color.

 

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43 of 'em

 

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From 1972-2010: This is a 43-issue lot of Marvel comics, featuring some great artists including John Severin, Gil Kane, Jack Kirby, P. Craig Russell, Howard Chaykin, John Byrne and Jackson Guice. Each issue is complete, all staples are intact, free from rust, and holding all pages and covers together. No water damage. Minimum condition is Very Good/ Fine, most are much better. Any specific defects will be called out below.

 

1.Kull 3 John Severin art

2.Conan 17 Gil Kane art. This is a subscription copy, but the characteristic lengthwise crease does not break color.

3.Conan 18 Gil Kane art. This is a subscription copy, but the characteristic lengthwise crease does not break color.

4.Amazing Adventures 32 P. Craig Russell art.

5.Marvel Spotlight 18 Steve Gerber story, Gene Colan art

6.Captain America 181 Steve Englehart story

7.Marvel Premiere 32 Howard Chaykin story & art. First appearance Monark Starstalker.

8.Amazing Adventures 39 P. Craig Russell art

9.Marvel Two In One 21 spine wear

10.Eternals 7 Jack Kirby story & art

11.Fantastic Four 180 reprints FF #101 by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby

12.Marvel Team-up 67 John Byrne art. Worn around the edges. Worst condition of the lot.

13.Team America #1

14.Marvel Team-up 120

15.Captain America Special Edition 1 reprints Steranko stories from Cap 111 & 112

16.Captain America Special Edition 1 reprints Steranko stories from Cap 113 and Strange Tales 159

17.Doctor Strange 69

18.Doctor Strange 70

19.Doctor Strange 71

20.Avengers 258

21.X-Men 203

22.Amazing Spider-Man Annual 20

23.X-Men 210

24.Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 20 Jackson Guice Steranko-ish art begins

25.Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 21 Jackson Guice art

26.Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 22 Jackson Guice art

27.Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 23 Jackson Guice art

28.Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 25 Jackson Guice art

29.Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 26 Jackson Guice art

30.Wolverine 72

31.Magneto 0

32.Daredevil 321 Fall from Grace Chapter 2

33.Daredevil 322 Fall from Grace Chapter 3

34.Daredevil 323 Fall from Grace Chapter 4

35.Daredevil 324 Fall from Grace Chapter 5

36.Daredevil 325 Fall from Grace Finale

37.X-Man 4

38.Ultimate X-Men 4

39.Free Comic Book Day Edition of Ultimate Spider-Man 1

40.New X-Men Academy 4

41.The New Avengers: The Spirit of America AAFES Edition

42.The Stand: Captain Tripps 1

43.All-New Wolverine Saga 1 There is a one inch tear on the back cover.

 

 

 

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19 Independent comics from 1985-2007. Publications from Image, Comico, Valiant, Heroic and Dynamite. Average condition is Fine/Very Fine. All are complete, with all staples intact. Primary defects are spine stresses and small color-breaking corner creases.

 

 

 

In this lot you get:

 

1.Next Man #1 (1985, Comico)

2.Jonny Quest #1 (1986, Comico) Doug Wildey cover & art

3.Jonny Quest #2 (1986, Comico) Wendy Pini cover & art

4.Justice Machine #1 (1987, Comico)

5.Jonny Quest #13 (1987, Comico) Carmine Infantino cover & art

6.X-O Manowar #14 (1993, Valiant)

7.Tribe #1 (1993, Image)

8.The Maxx #2 (1993, Image) Sam Kieth

9.Ms. Mystic Deathwatch 2000 #2 (1993,Continuity)

10.Cyber Force #4 (1993, Image)

11.The Maxx #4 (1993, Image) Sam Kieth

12.Deathmate Prologue (1993, Image/Valiant) Barry Windsor-Smith art

13.Prime #5 (1993, Malibu) Barry Windsor-Smith back-up

14.Gen 13 #0 (2002, Wildstorm) Chris Claremont story

15.Flare #1 (2004, Heroic)

16.Flare Adventures #17 (2006, Heroic)

17.Xena Warrior Princess #1 (2006, Dynamite)

18.Xena Warrior Princess #2 (2006, Dynamite)

19.Witchgirls Inc #5 (2007, Heroic)

 

 

 

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