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12 Jack Kirby Fourth World comics: New Gods, Forever People, Mister Miracle, Jimmy Olsen

 

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From 1971-1974:  A lot of 12 original Jack Kirby "Fourth World" comics chronicling the behind-the-scenes war on Earth between the forces of Darkseid's Apokolips and Highfather's New Genesis.  All the comics are complete.  All covers and pages held together by the original staples.  No water damage. Average condition is Fine, details noted below.  In this lot you get:

  1. Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #137 featuring the New Newsboy Legion. Fine condition: minor wear around the edges, and a mild vertical crease on the front cover that barely breaks color in a few spots.
  2. Forever People #2  Darkseid appears.  First appearances of Mantis and Desaad.  Fine condition: a 1/4 inch spine split at the bottom of the spine and a couple of other nicks along the spine.
  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).  Fine condition: several spine stresses, very slight spine roll.
  4. New Gods #4 features Orion, Metron, Black Racer, Highfather and Darkseid.   Also included are pin-up page illustrations of Lightray and Kalibak. Featured as well in this issue is a Golden Age Simon & Kirby reprint starring Manhunter from Adventure Comics #73 (1942).  Fine Plus condition: there is a 1/4 inch tear near the upper left corner of  the back cover.
  5. Forever People #5 The Forever People meet "Sunny Sumo."  Darkseid makes a cameo appearance.  The other new story in this issue features the first appearance of Lonar. Also included in this issue is a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Sandman reprint from Adventure Comics #84 (1943). Fine condition: a small color-breaking crease at the lower right corner of the front cover and some minor soiling along the lower edge of the back cover.
  6. 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). Fine condition: minor wear along the bottom edge of the back cover.
  7. Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #147 features a Neal Adams cover.  The Jack Kirby story "A Superman in Supertown" follows the Man of Steel as he takes a Boom Tube to New Genesis and meets Highfather.  This storyline is a follow-up to Kirby's story from Forever People #1 where Superman gets his first look at Supertown.  Also features a Golden Age Simon & Kirby Newsboy Legion reprint from Star-Spangled Comics #13 (1942).  Very Good / Fine condition: there is a 1/2 inch horizontal tear at the midpoint of the left edge of the back cover. 
  8. New Gods #10 Forager & Mantis appear.  Fine condition: tiny color flecks out front & back covers.  (See the letter E in the New Gods front cover logo.)
  9. Mister Miracle #11 with appearances by Barda, Oberon, and the Female Furies. Fine condition, with minor pen markings on the front cover 
  10. Mister Miracle #15 First appearance Shilo Norman.  Very Good / Fine condition: the color-breaking crease at the lower right corner of the front cover actually goes all the way through the book.
  11. Mister Miracle #16 with Barda, Oberon and Shilo Norman.  Fine Minus condition: slight color-breaking creases at the lower right corner of the front cover.
  12. Mister Miracle #17 with Barda and Shilo Norman. Fine condition, slight wear around the edges.

 

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Frank Miller!  David Mazzucchelli!  Alan Moore!  Gene Colan!  Don Newton!  Norm Breyfogle!  J. Michael Straczynski!  Paul Dini!

15 Copper to Modern Age Batman Books   NOW SOLD!

  1. Detective Comics #503.  Jim Starlin cover. Book length story with Batman, Robin & Batgirl versus the Scarecrow. Very Fine Minus condition: some mild color loss and/or ink transfer around the edges of the front and back covers.
  2. Detective Comics #516 - Don Newton art.  Batgirl back up story.  Very Fine condition: just some minor spine tick marks.
  3. Detective Comics #517: Gene Colan/Tony DeZuniga art.  Batgirl back up story. Very Fine condition: there is some non-color-breaking creasing at the lower left corner of the back cover.
  4. Batman Annual #8 - Trevor von Eeden artwork & painted cover. Ras al Ghul and Talia appear. Fine condition: some wear around the edges.
  5. Batman Annual #11 - Alan Moore story featuring Clayface III, with George Freeman artwork.  Very Fine condition.
  6. Batman #406 is written by Frank Miller, with art by David Mazzucchelli.  It is Part 3 of the Year One storyline.  Fine / Very Fine condition:  Primary defect is a very slight bend (non-color-breaking) along the top edge of the comic.
  7. Detective Comics #590 An American Batman in London.  Story by John Wagner & Alan Grant.  Art by Norm Breyfogle. Very Fine condition: tiny color-breaking crease at the lower left corner of the back cover.
  8. Detective Comics #614 Story by Alan Grant.  Art by Norm Breyfogle & Steve Mitchell.  Fine/Very Fine condition: minor wear at the upper right corner of the front cover.
  9. Adventures of Superman #467 "Dark Knight Over Metropolis" guest-starring the Batman.  Written & penciled by Dan Jurgens, with finished ink art by Art Thibert. Very Fine / Near Mint condition.  Minor spine tick marks
  10. Batman #465 Official roll-out of Tim Drake as the new Robin. Story by Alan Grant, art by Norm Breyfogle & Steve Mitchell.  Near Mint Minus condition.
  11. Detective Comics #654 Sam Kieth cover. Story by Chuck Dixon, art by Mike Netzer & Scott Hanna.  VF/NM condition.
  12. Detective Comics #783 Death and the Maidens preview by Greg Rucka & Klaus Janson. Ras al Ghul appears. VF/NM condition.
  13. Detective Comics #843 Story by Paul Dini. Art by Dustin Nguyen & Derek Fridolfs. Zatanna appears.Near Mint condition.
  14. The Brave & the Bold #27 Batman & Dial H for Hero. Story by J. Michael Straczynski, art by Jesus Saiz. Near Mint Minus condition.
  15. Detective Comics #868 The Joker appears.  Story by David Hine. Art by Scott McDaniel & Andy Owens. Near Mint condition.


 

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Big Lot of 50 DC Comics from the 1970s-1980s. FREE SHIPPING within the USA  SOLD!

 

1    Action Comics #535 early Omega Men crossover.  Air Wave backup story.  Fine Plus condition: slight crease lower right corner of the front cover, 25 cent price stamped on back cover.
2    Action Comics #536 Omega Men with the New Teen Titans cameo.  Aquaman backup story.  Very Fine.
3    Adventure Comics #447 Cover and interior Aquaman art by Jim Aparo, with a backup story featuring the Creeper. Fine condition, slight ink transfer along the spine of the back cover.
4    Adventure Comics #465  Dollar Comic format.  Deadman, Flash, Aquaman with Don Newton art and the Justice Society of America.  Fine / Very Fine condition.
5    Adventure Comics #466 Last Dollar Comic format.  Jim Aparo cover. Mike Nasser Flash story.  Tells the story of the final Golden Age Justice Society adventure.  Fine Plus.
6    Adventure Comics #469 Plastic Man and Starman origin part 1 by Steve Ditko.  Fine condition.
7    Adventure Comics #470 Plastic Man and Starman origin part 2 by Steve Ditko.  Fine condition: creases on the back cover.
8    All-Star Squadron #9 cover by Joe Kubert. Fine/Very Fine.
9    All-Star Squadron #11 WWII adventures of the Justice Society & comrades. Joe Kubert cover.  Hitler & FDR appear.  Very Fine.
10    All-Star Squadron #12 more WWII with the JSA.  Joe Kubert cover.  Very Fine.
11    All-Star Comics #64 Wally Wood cover & interior art. Fine condition: "30" is pencilled on center top edge of the back cover
12    Brave & Bold #130 Jim Aparo art.  Green Arrow, the Atom, Joker & Two-Face appear.  Fine Plus: 25 written at the midpoint of the top edge of the back cover.
13    Brave & Bold #173 co-starring Batman & the Guardians of the Universe.  Cover & interior art by Jim Aparo.  Fine condition: faint color-breaking creases at the lower right corner of the front cover.
14    Brave & Bold #176 Batman & the Legion of Super-Heroes. Very Fine.
15    DC Comics Presents #36 Superman & Starman, cover and interior art by Jim Starlin. Fine / Very Fine condition.
16    Detective Comics #480 written by Denny O'Neil, interior art by Don Newton on Batman and Murphy Anderson on Hawkman. Cover by Jim Aparo.  Very Fine condition.
17    Dynamic Classics #1 reprints Neal Adams' Batman from Detective Comics #395 and Walt Simonson's Manhunter from Detective Comics #437. Fine Minus condition: edge wear and back cover soiling.
18    Green Lantern #150.  Fine Minus condition, tanned pages, wear around the edges.
19    Green Lantern Corps #220 Gil Kane cover & art.  Fine Plus condition.
20    Hercules Unbound #3 Wally Wood inks. Fine condition.
21    Hercules Unbound #6 Wally Wood inks.  Very Good / Fine condition: vertical crease front cover.
22    Hercules Unbound #7 Walt Simonson & Wally Wood art. Fine / Very Fine. tanning around the edges.
23    Hercules Unbound #8 Walt Simonson & Wally Wood art.  Fine condition: wear around the edges, tanning.
24    Justice League of America #142 Part of Steve Englehart's JLA run featuring his DC counterpart to The Avengers' Mantis, here known as "Willow."  Fine condition: slight color-breaking crease at upper right corner of the front cover.
25    Justice League of America #165 Death of Zatanna's mother. Fine/Very Fine
26    Justice League of America #188 Hanukkah story.  Very Fine
27    Justice League of America #190 Brian Bolland cover. Fine Plus condition: several spine ticks.
28    Kamandi #9 written & penciled by Jack Kirby. Very Fine Minus condition.
29    Mister Miracle #23 written by Steve Gerber, interior art by Michael Golden.  Cover by Marshall Rogers. Very Fine condition.
30    Mister Miracle Special #1 cover & interior art by Steve Rude.  Fine condition: color breaks at the lower right corner of the front cover and the upper left corner of the back.
31    New Teen Titans #6 (1981, first series) Marv Wolfman & George Perez.  Fine condition: spine & edge wear.
32    New Teen Titans #37 (1983, first series) Marve Wolfman & George Perez. Guest-starring the Outsiders.  VF/NM.
33    Secret Society of Super-Villains #4.  Very Fine.
34    Shade the Changing Man #3 Steve Ditko story & art.  Fine/Very Fine condition. Number "30" written in pencil at the top right corner of the back cover.
35    Stalker #3  Steve Ditko pencils, Wally Wood inks.  Fine condition: slight color break near top right corner front cover.
36    Strange Adventures #243 reprints Carmine Infantino's Adam Strange from Mystery in Space #83, and a Murphy Anderson story from Strange Adventures #131.  Fine Plus condition: there is a hard crease at the lower right corner of the front cover that does not break color, but does go throughout the book.
37    Superboy & the Legion of Super-Heroes #203  First Mike Grell issue.  Nick Cardy cover.  Very Good / Fine condition: color-breaking creases lower right corner of the front cover.
38    Superboy & the Legion of Super-Heroes #238 Jim Starlin wraparound cover.  Reprints Adventure Comics #359-#360 by Jim Shooter, Curt Swan & George Klein.  Fine Plus condition.  
39    Superboy & the Legion of Super-Heroes #241 Jim Sherman art. Earthwar saga begins.  Fine condition: slight spine wear.
40    Superboy & the Legion of Super-Heroes #243 Mike Grell cover. Earthwar saga.  Fine Minus: slight chipping top edge of the back cover.
41    Superboy & the Legion of Super-Heroes #250 Jim Starlin art (as "Steve Apollo") Fine Minus: discoloration around the edges of the back cover.
42    Superman #277.  Fine condition: thin color-breaking creases lower right section of the front cover.
43    Superman #312  Curt Swan art.  Fine Plus condition.
44    Superman #313 Curt Swan art, Neal Adams cover inks.  Fine condition: color break at top right corner of the front cover.
45    Superman #314 Curt Swan art, Neal Adams cover inks.  Fine Minus condition: wear at the corners.
46    Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #158 Nick Cardy cover. Fine condition, color breaks on the back cover.
47    Tarzan #208 2nd DC issue, Giant sized. Joe Kubert cover, story & interior artwork.  Gray Morrow art on the John Carter of Mars back-up feature.  Fine condition: there is a hard crease on the back cover.
48    Teen Titans #34 Nick Cardy cover and interior inks.  Fine Minus condition.  Color-breaking creases run vertically up the spine.
49    Warlord #14 cover, story & interior artwork by Mike Grell.  Fine condition: slight spine roll.
50    Warlord #28 written and penciled by Mike Grell. Fine condition: mild spine wear.

 
 
 

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Sword of Sorcery Complete Run SOLD!

 

Currently listed as a 10-day auction, but happy to accept reasonable offers.  Very early work by Walt Simonson, Howard Chaykin & Jim Starlin.

 

  • Sword of Sorcery #1 Mike Kaluta draws the cover. Inside Denny O'Neil adapts Leiber's story "The Price of Pain Ease."  Pencil artwork is by a young Howard Chaykin.  Inks in this issue and most following are by a group of artists collectively known as the Crusty Bunkers, essentially whoever was in Neal Adams' studio at the time.  Very Good / Fine: structurally this is much nicer, but there is some mild foxing staining around the edges of the back cover.
  • Sword of Sorcery #2 The cover is penciled by Chaykin and inked by Bernie Wrightson. In this issue O'Neil adapts Leiber's story "Thieves' House" as "Revenge of the Skull of Jewels."  Chaykin provides the interior pencil artwork. Fine condition: pages tanned. Hint of a color-breaking crease near the top right corner of the front cover, slight tanning around the edges of the back cover.
  • Sword of Sorcery #3 Cover and interior pencils by Chaykin.  The story "Betrayal" is apparently a Denny O'Neil original.  Fine condition: there is a tiny color-breaking crease at the lower right corner of the front cover.
  • Sword of Sorcery #4 Cover by Howard Chaykin.  The story is Denny O'Neil's adaptation of Leiber's "The Cloud of Hate."  Chaykin Inc is credited with the interior artwork, and it is possible that Walt Simonson penciled several of the pages uncredited.  Regardless, Simonson pencilled & inked the second story, an original Fafhrd short story by Denny O'Neil.  This issue is in Fine/Very Fine  condition.  Very slight ink transfer staining on the back cover.
  • Sword of Sorcery #5 Cover by Walt Simonson, who also penciled the interior artwork for O'Neil's adaptation of the Fritz Leiber story "The Sunken Land."  The second story is an original Gray Mouser short story written by George Effinger and penciled by Jim Starlin.  Al Milgrom inked each of the two stories in this issue.  Fine/Very Fine condition.

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4 Modern Giant-Sized GL issues  NOW SOLD!

 

 

  1. Green Lantern Corps #224 - this is the final Giant-sized issue of the Silver Age series, with art by Gil Kane.
  2. Green Lantern #19 (1991) - Giant sized issue with a Golden Age Green Lantern cover by Gil Kane and interior artwork by Golden Age GL artist Martin Nodell.
  3. Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #2
  4. Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #3

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Michael Golden Marvel & DC Lot of 12

 

  1. Mister Miracle #23 written by Steve Gerber, art by Michael Golden & Joe Giella. Marshall Rogers cover.  Fine condition: minor creasing at the corners, including some color-breaking creases at the lower right and upper right corners.
  2. Mister Miracle #24 written by Steve Gerber, art by Michael Golden & Russ Heath.  Marshall Rogers cover.  Fine condition.
  3. Batman Family #20 features two Michael Golden illustrated stories, first a team-up between the Batman and Ragman written by David V. Reed, the second a Man-Bat solo story written by Bob Rozakis.  Batgirl & Robin team up with Red Tornado and the Elongated Man in a separate story.  The final story is an early Huntress solo story.  Jim Starlin provided the wraparound cover art.  Fine Plus condition: there is some wear along the top edge of the front and back covers. 
  4. Detective Comics #482 also has two Michael Golden stories: 15 pages featuring Jack Kirby's Demon Etrigan, with inks by Giordano, and a 6-page Bat-Mite short story inked by Bob Smith.  The Batman story in this issue is written and laid out by Jim Starlin, with P. Craig Russel finishing off the artwork.  Fine condition: there is a color-breaking crease at the lower right corner of the front cover, and the lower left corner is slightly abraded.
  5. Batman Spectacular Summer 1978 (a.k.a. DC Special Series #15)  Features stories with artwork by Mike Nasser, Mike Golden (a Ras al Ghul and Talia story) and Marshall Rogers.  Rogers drew the cover.  Fine Plus condition: there is some wear along the lower edge of the back cover, and crease that barely breaks color at the lower left corner of the back cover.
  6. Micronauts #2 written by Bill Mantlo.  Art by Michael Golden & Josef Rubinstein. Golden drew the cover. FN/VF condition: there is a hard crease at the upper left corner of the back cover.
  7. Micronauts #3 another Mantlo/Golden/Rubinstein production. Very Fine Minus condition: just the slightest color loss at the upper right corner of the front cover. 
  8. Micronauts #9 story by Bill Mantlo.  Art by Michael Golden & Allen Milgrom.  Golden drew the cover. FN/VF condition, small crease at the upper left corner of the back cover.
  9. Micronauts #12 story by Bill Mantlo.  Art by Michael Golden & Allen Milgrom.  Golden drew the cover. VF condition.
  10. Batman Special #1 written by Mike W. Barr. Art by Michael Golden & Mike DeCarlo.  Golden cover.  VF condition: slight corner wear, particularly the lower right corner of the front cover.
  11. The Nam #9 story by Doug Murray.  Art by Mike Golden & John Beatty. Golden cover.  VF/NM condition.
  12. The Nam #11 story by Doug Murray.  Art by Mike Golden & John Beatty.  Golden cover. VF/NM condition.

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SOLD! 6 issues of Just Imagine Stan Lee creating the DC Universe (including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Sandman)

 

Just Imagine Stan Lee creating Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Sandman and Crisis. Lot of 6.  In addition to Stan Lee's scripting, there are some great artists represented here, including John Buscema, Joe Kubert, Jim Lee, Walt Simonson, Dave Gibbons, John Cassaday, Mike Kaluta, Richard Corben,

 
In Very Fine / Near Mint or better condition.

 

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Lot of Twelve 20-cent DCs  NOW SOLD!

Features the The Shadow, Batman, The Spectre, The Black Orchid, The Demon, Superman, Aquaman, Iron-Wolf, Kamandi, The Forever People, Deadman, Adam Strange, Mister Miracle

Lots of great Bronze Age creators including Jack Kirby, Mike Kaluta, Walt Simonson, Jim Aparo, Howard Chaykin, Tony DeZuniga, Mike Grell, Denny O'Neil, Sheldon Mayer, Jim Starlin, Curt Swan, Murphy Anderson, Nick Cardy, Alex Nino and Dick Giordano.

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Lot of 16 Marshall Rogers issues   NOW SOLD!

Each of these DCs have Marshall Rogers artwork, and frequent Rogers collaborator Steve Englehart wrote many of these issues.  Each comic is complete, all staples are intact, free from rust, and holding all pages and covers together.  No water damage.  Average condition of this lot is Fine/Very Fine.  In this lot you get:

1. Detective Comics #466 First Marshall Rogers issue, on the Green Arrow backup story.  The Batman story in this issue features the return of Signalman, written by Len Wein and drawn by Ernie Chua & Vince Colletta.  Fine/Very Fine condition due to spine stresses.

2. Detective Comics #467 This is the first time Marshall Rogers draws the Batman, but it is in the Hawkman back-up story!  The lead story in this issue is written by Bob Rozakis & drawn by John Calnan & Vince Colletta.  Fine/Very Fine condition: numerous spine stresses.

3. Detective Comics #468 Full-length Marshall Rogers story, as the Batman joins with Green Arrow, the Atom, Black Canary, the Elongated Man and Hawkman to take on the Calculator.  Very Fine Minus condition: there is a non-color-breaking crease near the upper left corner of the front cover, and some minor spine stresses. 

4. Mister Miracle #19 First post-Kirby issue.  Granny Goodness cover.  Steve Englehart scripts, Marshall Rogers pencils.  Very Fine condition.

5. Detective Comics #472 The apparent death of Hugo Strange.  Written by Steve Englehart, with art by Marshall Rogers & Terry Austin.  Fine / Very Fine condition: the crease at the tip of the upper right corner of the front cover only barely breaks color.

6. Mister Miracle #20 --script by Steve Englehart. Art by Marshall Rogers & Vince Colletta.  Fine Plus condition, there is a tiny tear near the upper right corner of the back cover, and a production crease near the midpoint of the back cover.

7. Detective Comics #473 Batman & Robin versus the Penguin. Written by Steve Englehart, art by Marshall Rogers & Terry Austin.  Very Fine Plus condition.

8. Mister Miracle #21 Another Englehart/Rogers/Colletta production.  Fine condition, there is some ink transfer staining around the edges of the back cover, and some tiny tears also around the edges of the back cover.

9. Mister Miracle #22 Steve Englehart writes this one under his pen-name of John Harkness.  Marshall Rogers illustrates, and is joined in this issue by Rick Bryant and John Fuller.  Fine / Very Fine condition: some mild ink transfer staining along the spine, visible on the back cover. 

10. Detective Comics #477 There is a 3-page framing sequence in this issue written by Len Wein, with art by the team of Marshall Rogers & Giordano.  The majority of the issue however is a reprint from Detective Comics #408 featuring Neal Adams artwork.  This one is in Fine condition: some mild ink transfer staining along the spine visible on the back cover.

11. Detective Comics #478 Len Wein writes the introduction of Clayface III, with art by Marshall Rogers & Giordano.  Very Fine.

12. Detective Comics #479 Len Wein scripts, Marshall Rogers & Giordano provide the art.  There is a Hawkman backup story.  Fine Plus condition: there is a slight corner crunch at the lower left corner of the front cover and some non-color-breaking creases on the back cover.

13. Detective Comics #481 First Dollar Comic sized Detective Comics, as it merges with the Batman Family magazine.  There are 2 Batman stories in this issue, one written by Denny O'Neil with Marshall Rogers artwork, and one written & laid out by Jim Starlin, with finished art by P. Craig Russell.  Also included in this issue are stories featuring Batgirl, Robin, and Man-Bat, the latter two stories featuring Don Newton artwork.  Fine/Very Fine condition: minor wear around the edges.

14. DC Special Series #15 - a.k.a. the Batman Spectacular. Features stories with artwork by Mike Nasser, Mike Golden (a Ras al Ghul and Talia story) and Marshall Rogers.  Rogers drew the cover.  Very Fine Minus condition: just a hint of a color break at the crease at the top right corner of the front cover.

15. Madame Xanadu #1 written by Steve Englehart, illustrated by Marshall Rogers.  Cover and interior poster by Michael Kaluta.  In addition, there is a 7-page science fiction backup story with art by Brian Bolland, a rare example of interior comics work by Bolland. Very Fine condition: a couple of spots of color loss near the lower left corner of the back cover, likely a production flaw. 


16. Secret Origins #6 Roy Thomas scripts a retelling of the Batman's origin.  Rogers & Austin provide the artwork.  Also features the origin story for Halo, with Giordano art.   Very Fine/ Near Mint condition.

 

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Lot of 9 20 cent Cover Price DC Comics

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Some great Bronze Age artists here, including Jack Kirby, Mike Kaluta, Howard Chaykin, Jim Aparo, Dave Cockrum, Curt Swan & Murphy Anderson.

In this lot you get:

  1. Superboy #190 Nick Cardy cover.  Superboy story has artwork by Bob Brown & Murphy Anderson.  The highlight is the Legion of Super-Heroes story, with early Dave Cockrum artwork on Cary Bates' story "Murder the Leader" featuring the Fatal Five.  Fine Minus condition: mild wear around the edges, some slight loss of color along the spine.  Date stamp at the top right corner of the back cover.
     
  2. Weird Worlds #2  Murphy Anderson draws the John Carter of Mars story, and the Pellucidar story is written by Len Wein with art by Alan Weiss and the Crusty Bunkers.  The cover is a collaboration between Carmine Infantino and Joe Orlando.  Fine Plus condition: nice gloss, slight color break near the lower left corner of the front cover.
     
  3. Superman #260 Nick Cardy cover.  First appearance of Valdemar, the Viking from Valhalla.  Curt Swan & Murphy Anderson artwork.  Story by Elliot Maggin.  The backup story is a World of Krypton tale, also written by Maggin, with art by Bob Brown & Dave Cockrum.  Very Good Plus condition: this is a subscription copy, the characteristic lengthwise crease is on the back cover, but is faint enough to not actually break color.  Some very mild foxing staining around the edges of the back cover.  Slight mis-wrap from the printers.  Tanned pages.
     
  4. Mister Miracle #12  Cover, story and art by Jack Kirby.  Barda and the Female Furies appear.  Fine Plus condition: lower right corner is abraded.  The tip of the upper right corner has a color-breaking crease.
     
  5. Sword of Sorcery #2 The cover is penciled by Howard Chaykin and inked by Bernie Wrightson. In this issue Denny O'Neil adapts Fritz Leiber's story "Thieves' House" as "Revenge of the Skull of Jewels."  Chaykin provides the interior pencil artwork.  Fine condition.
     
  6. Kamandi #8 Cover, story and art by Jack Kirby.  Fine Minus condition: lower right corner and upper right corner have color-breaking creases. Left edge of the back cover is frayed.
     
  7. The Phantom Stranger #26  Mike Kaluta cover.  Interior art by Jim Aparo.  The Phantom Stranger meets the Spawn of Frankenstein in a story co-written by Len Wein & Marv Wolfman.  Fine Minus condition: color-breaking crease at lower right corner, lower left corner is crunched.  Several spine ticks.
     
  8. The Demon #8  Cover, story and art by Jack Kirby.  Fine Minus condition: top right corner has color-breaking creasing.
     
  9. The Shadow #2 Cover & interior art by Mike Kaluta.  Story by Denny O'Neil.  Fine Plus condition: some spine ticks.

 

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3 issues in the style of Batman: the Animated Series  NOW SOLD!

Batman Adventures #15 Commissioner Gordon takes on Boss Rupert Thorne

Batman Adventures #17 Ras al Ghul

Batman: Gotham Adventures #6 re-tells the origin of Deadman (from Strange Adventures #205), DCAU style.

 

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