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  • Issue #215
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 215
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    "By My Powers Shall I Be Vanquished!" Part 3 of 3. Guest-starring the Sub-Mariner. Script by Denny O'Neil. Art by John Romita Jr. (breakdowns) and Jim Mooney (finishes). Cover by John Romita Jr. and Al Milgrom. In a diabolical twist of fate, the Wizard transfers Spider-Man's spider-sense into the mind of the Sub-Mariner! The web-slinger's sudden loss and Prince Namor's sudden gain make them easy prey for the Frightful Four! After taking a beating, the two heroes go their separate ways to lick their wounds! Hours later they rendezvous at the Baxter Building to reverse the Wizard's experiment! And then it's time for payback! The Spectacular Spider-Man and the Avenging Son vs. the Frightful Four! Imperious Rex! A terrific three-part story! Cameo appearances by the Invisible Girl, Mr. Fantastic, and the Thing. (Notes: This O'Neil-Romita Jr.-Mooney collaboration is the signature Spider-Man & Sub-Mariner team-up of the bronze age. This issue includes a 3/4 page ad (by Frank Miller) for the Doctor Strange 2nd series; however, another artist ended up penciling the title. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #227
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 227
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    • CGC Signature Series
    • Paper: White
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    • Signed by Jim Shooter on 06/27/2015.
    • Label #1316546003
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    "Goin' Straight!" Part 2 of 2. Script by Roger Stern. Art by John Romita Jr. (breakdowns) and Jim Mooney (finishes). Cover by John Romita Jr. and Frank Giacoia. The Black Cat agrees to give up her life of crime and go straight! But can Spider-Man trust her? Alas, the folly of a young web-slinger. When Felicia decides to pull one last caper, there's only one person that can stop her: the Amazing Spider-Man! With his heart breaking, the wall-crawler chases the cat from midtown to the eastside docks! At the river's murky edge, the web-slinger finally catches Felicia. Will he turn her in...or let her go? It's a no-win situation for your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Appearances by Captain Jean DeWolff, Debra Whitman, and Marcy Kane. Flashback cameos by Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson. (Notes: The Black Cat returns in Spectacular Spider-Man 74. This issue includes a full-page ad for Hostess Fruit Pies featuring Captain America and Nick Fury vs. the Trapster. The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 554,248; average paid circulation: 242,781.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #240
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 240

    "Wings of Vengeance!" Part 1 of 2. Script by Roger Stern. Pencils by John Romita Jr. Inks by Bob Layton. Cover by John Romita Jr. and Bob Layton. The vindictive Vulture comes out of retirement to settle an old score! The elderly bird leaves his cushy Arizona nest and flies back to New York City! But returning to the Big Apple could bring the Vulture into conflict with his long-time wall-crawling foe! However the old super-villain doesn't care! He just wants revenge against his former business partner! Can the Vulture swoop into town and avoid a showdown with the web-slinger? Probably not! Cameo appearance by Aunt May. Flashback cameos by the Black Cat, Doctor Octopus, Gladiator, Hobgoblin, and the Owl. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 513,585; average paid circulation: 240,683.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #301
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 301
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    • Label #1497236013
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    • Label #0339157019
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    "The Sable Gauntlet!" Guest-starring Silver Sable. Script by David Michelinie. Art by Todd McFarlane. Cover by Todd McFarlane. The first 300 issues of the Amazing Spider-Man are in the books after the web-slinger's epic battle vs. Venom last issue! And now the next chapter in the wall-crawler's anthology begins with an encounter with his favorite mercenary: Silver Sable! The enchanting sable agrees to make a test run through the security systems of a new high-rise office building, but deadly danger awaits on the top floor! Will Spidey catch the elevator in time? Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson and Dr. Morris Sloan. First $1.00 issue. (Notes: The cover is the same artwork (with different colors) as the cover to issue 300. This issue includes a full-page ad for the first appearance of Typhoid Mary in the Daredevil (1st) series -- art by John Romita Jr. and Al Williamson. The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 469,913; average paid circulation 284,692.) Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #315
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 315
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #1573039017
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    • Label #1568536011
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    • Signed by artist Todd McFarlane with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    "A Matter of Life and Debt!" Script by David Michelinie. Art by Todd McFarlane. Cover by Todd McFarlane. Life is full of challenges and on this day Peter Parker and his web-spinning alter-ego face three! The first, Hydro-Man attempts a payday robbery! But the Spectacular Spider-Man stops the heist! The second, Nathan Lubensky steals money from Aunt May to pay his gambling debts! However Peter quickly shuts down his operation! And the fateful third...Venom escapes from the Vault! Wow, this challenge will be more difficult and more deadly starting next issue! Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson and Kristy Watson. (Notes: Venom previously appeared in Amazing Spider-Man 300.) Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #332
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 332

    "Sunday in the Park with Venom" Part 1 of 2. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Erik Larsen. Inks by Mike Machlan, Jack Abel, Keith Wilson, Keith Williams, Brad Vancata, Joe Rosas, and Mickey Ritter. Cover by Erik Larsen and Mike Machlan. The web-slinger's worst nightmare is back again! Venom! And so is Mary Jane's! Jonathan Caesar! Add Styx and Stone to the volatile mix and the Parkers are in for a very rough day! The Amazing Spider-Man battles the psychotic Venom in Central Park, while Mary Jane confronts the deranged Caesar at Bedford Towers! Could the wall-crawler and his wife score a double victory against their respective nemeses? Mary Jane has a chance; Spider-Man not so much. Cameo appearances by Aunt May, Jimmy Olsen, Jay Leno, and Malcolm Forbes. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 426,790; average paid circulation 266,100.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #29
    Atom (1962) 29
    Published Mar 1967 by DC.
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scratch on front of case
    • Label #0154479007

    Cover by Gil Kane. 1st solo Golden Age Atom appearance in Silver Age in "The Thinker's Earth-Shaking Robberies!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; Ray Palmer and Jean Loring are on a date, looking over rare book ends; Everyone in the exhibit hall suddenly doubles over in pain; Ray spots the Thinker attempting to rob the book end; Ray changes to the Atom and attempts to stop the Thinker, whose henchmen attack him with harpoon guns. Statement of ownership - average print run 390,000; average paid circulation 232,850. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #36
    Atom (1962) 36
    Published May 1968 by DC.
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    Cover by Gil Kane. Golden Age Atom crossover in "Duel Between the Dual Atoms," script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; On Earth-Two, Al Pratt is visited by his friends Bill and Betty Roberts; Betty wants to play match maker for Al and asks if he'd be interested in meeting her friend Marion Thayer; Al agrees to go on a blind date to meet her. Al, however is in for the shock of his life when she answers the door and he finds that she has suddenly rapidly aged; The same thing has happened to Betty as well; Taking everyone to Calvin College to investigate, Al goes inside and hears the sound of crooks trying to blast open an wall safe with ray guns; Changing into the Atom, Al springs into action. Statement of ownership - average print run 334,000; average paid circulation 184,100. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #42
    Atom (1962) 42
    Published May 1969 by DC.

    Cover by Joe Kubert. "When Gods Make Madness," script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Sid Greene; Carter Hall and Ray Palmer are leaving a scientists' convention in Midway City, when they are attacked by a man with a tear gas grenade, which knocks out Carter; The Atom attacks him, but is startled to find this enemy is Carter's double; This man disappears in the symbol of Shiva, Hindu god of destruction; Hawkman and the Atom jet to India, but their flight is attacked en route by locusts, and the pilot, another Carter Hall double, must crashland in India; Hawkgirl joins them there, and they are attacked by Brahma, god of light; The trio is overwhelmed by the faceless Nether-Man, and they are brought before Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu, god of restoration. Letter to the editor from inker Klaus Janson and two (!) from comics writer Martin Pasko. Statement of ownership - average print run 319,000; average paid circulation 185,800. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #62
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 62
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    "The Monarch and the Man-Ape" First appearance of the Man-Ape. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by John Buscema. Inks by George Klein. Cover by John Buscema and George Klein. After their encounter with Ymir and Surtur, the Avengers travel to the Black Panther's homeland to recuperate! But unfortunately there is something rotten in the state of Wakanda! M'Baku, one of T'Challa's mightiest warriors, has usurped the throne and secretly taken on the identity of the Man-Ape! However the Avengers don't know that when they sit down for the evening feast! Once his teammates succumb to M'Baku's drugged wine, the Black Panther must face his royal challenger alone! In the heart of the jungle, T'Challa battles for his throne and his life vs. the ferocious Man-Ape! Appearance by the Black Knight. Avengers Lineup: Black Panther, Hawkeye, and the Vision. (Notes: The Man-Ape returns in Avengers 78. The cover logo changes to "The Mighty Avengers" thru issue 69. The letters page also contains a statement of ownership: average print run 428,600; average paid circulation 276,951. This story was reprinted in Jungle Action 5.) 32 pages. 12 cent cover price. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #74
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 74
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    "Pursue the Panther!" Part 2 of 2. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by John Buscema. Inks by Tom Palmer. Cover by John Buscema and Tom Palmer. With T'Challa as their prisoner, the Sons of the Serpent launch an all-out media blitz to divide America along racial lines! And the highlight of the serpents' sinister plan is to unmask the Black Panther on national TV! However, the Avengers are frantically searching the city and finally discover their missing teammate's location! With the bright lights shining and the TV cameras rolling, can Earth's Mightiest Heroes squash the serpents and restore harmony in the United States? In the Avengers we trust! (Notes: This issue is Tom Palmer's first work on the Avengers series; and also the first of many Buscema (pencils) and Palmer (inks) pairings on the title. The letters page includes a statement of ownership: average print run 411,541; average paid circulation 239,986.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #86
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 86
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    • Label #1245541011
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    Cover pencils by John Buscema, inks by Jim Mooney. The Squadron Supreme guest stars in "Brain-Child to the Dark Tower Came," script by Roy Thomas and Len Wein, pencils by Sal Buscema, inks by Jim Mooney; The Avengers and Nightwing from the Squadron Supreme are rushing to Atomic City to stop members of the Squadron from launching the satellite Brain-Child One into space because it may well destroy the entire Earth; The Avengers rush onto the scene, the Scarlet Witch using her powers to halt the launch which causes a brief battle with Hyperion, Dr. Spectrum, and the Whizzer before Nighthawk arrives to break up the fight; The Avengers are transported back to their own world thanks to Thor. Avengers roll call: Goliath, Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch, the Black Panther, and the Vision. Thor and Iron Man make guest appearances. Letter to the editor from comics writer Mike Barr. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #99
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 99
    • Water damage.
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Color touch.
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    "They First Make Mad!" Part 2 of 3. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith. Inks by Tom Sutton. Cover by John Buscema and Barry Windsor-Smith. Earth's Mightiest Heroes welcome back Hawkeye and Hercules to their ranks! However not all is well with the Prince of Power! Hercules has lost his memory! And while the Avengers feverishly work to restore it, Ares makes his next move! In a flash of light, Bia and Kratos appear inside Avengers Mansion and grab Hercules! Wow, this is the powerful duo that bound Prometheus in days of yore! But the Avengers don't care about the past, they will protect the Son of Zeus at all costs! The gods, demi-gods, and mortals throw down on Fifth Avenue for the Lion of Olympus! Cameo appearances by Jarvis, Ant-Man (aka Henry Pym), and the Black Panther. Flashback cameos by Goliath, the Guardsman (aka Kevin O'Brien), and the Skrulls to recap Clint Barton's narrow escape at the end of the Kree/Skrull war. Avengers Lineup: Captain America, Hawkeye, Hercules, Iron Man, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Thor, and the Vision. (Notes: The letters page includes a letter from comics historian George Olshevsky. The letters page also contains a statement of ownership: average print run 342,236; average paid circulation 206,478.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #123
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 123
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    "Vengeance in Vietnam!" Part 1 of 2. Script by Steve Englehart. Pencils by Bob Brown. Inks by Don Heck. Cover by Ron Wilson and John Romita. At the conclusion of last issue's blockbuster battle vs. the Zodiac, Libra made a surprise announcement: "I am the father of Mantis!" Wow, what a shock to the Avengers and Mantis too! Libra says he met Mantis' mother during the First Indochina War. And after a local crime lord, Monsieur Khruul, attacked his home, he gave his daughter to the Priests of Pama to be reared. Is this fact of fiction? Either way the Swordsman isn't waiting for answers! He jumps in a quinjet and makes a beeline for Saigon to confront his former boss! But that turns out to be a disastrous idea. By the time Earth's Mightiest Heroes arrive in Vietnam, the Swordsman has been defeated and forced to talk about Mantis' upbringing! The vindictive monsieur and his minions go to the Priests of Pama's' temple and the killing begins. The frustrated Avengers once again arrive too late, but as shown on the chilling two-page final panel, battle is coming to Earth's Mightiest Heroes next issue…and coming in spades! Origin of Libra. Partial origin of Mantis. Cameo appearances by the Zodiac and the Star-Stalker. First 25¢ issue. Avengers Lineup: Black Panther, Iron Man, Mantis, Scarlet Witch, Swordsman, Thor, and the Vision. (Notes: The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A #4 Thing (of the Fantastic Four) by John Buscema. The letters page also contains a statement of ownership: average print run 360,675; average paid circulation 185,039.) 32 pages Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #135
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 135
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    "The Torch is Passed!" Script by Steve Englehart. Pencils by George Tuska. Inks by Frank Chiaramonte. Cover by Jim Starlin and John Romita Sr. (vignettes). In the Mad Thinker's deserted laboratory, the Vision witnesses how Ultron-5 transformed the original Human Torch's body into his own synthetic body. Sadly, the synthezoid avenger also observes the tragic death of his creator and his first valiant fight against Ultron. However, the past is in the past; and knowing the truth, the Vision is ready to move forward and reunite with Earth's Mightiest Heroes! Meanwhile in present day Vietnam, Moondragon joins Mantis, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Thor, Libra, and the Cotati to uncover the secrets of the Celestial Madonna. Origin of the Vision. Origin of Moondragon. Death of Dr. Phineas T. Horton. Story continues in Giant-Size Avengers 4. Cameo appearance by Immortus. Flashback cameos by the Wasp, Henry Pym, Dr. Phineas T. Horton, Quasimodo, Silver Surfer, Thanos, Mentor, and the Mad Thinker. (Notes: This issue fills in the details of what took place between Fantastic Four Annual 4 and the Vision's first appearance in Avengers 57. Elements of the story in Doctor Strange (2nd series) 7 continue in Giant-Size Avengers 4.) Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #327
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 327

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. Superman stars in an imaginary story, "The Three Generations of Superman!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Superman I and Kal-El II discover a plot to invade the Earth. But can an aging hero and his super-young grandson save the day? How Superman Has Been Honored article recounting past stories. "Supergirl - Fugitive from Justice!", script by Leo Dorfman, art by Jim Mooney; Supergirl is accused of murder in another dimension and her worst accuser may be her cousin Superman! Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen ad. Rocky and Bullwinkle star in a one-page Cheerios ad. The letters page contains a statement of ownership - average print run 716,000; average paid circulation 513,000. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #386
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 386

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson. "The Home for Old Super-Heroes!", script by Cary Bates, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Roussos; The Time-Trapper's plot against Superman has sealed off his own time period, and he can only travel forward through time; In the year 122,470, he learns that super-powers are prohibited by law. Supergirl ad. The Flash ad. Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes back-up, "Zap Goes the Legion!", script by E. Nelson Bridwell, pencils by Win Mortimer, inks by Jack Abel; Released ex-con Uli Algor has a defense for every super-power the Legion has, but none for a good old-fashioned uppercut. Statement of ownership - average print run 673,000; average paid circulation 377,535. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #37
    Adventures of the Fly (Fly Man) (1959) 37

    Cover by Paul Reinman. Written by Jerry Siegel. Art and cover by Paul Reinman. Fly-Man battles the Ultra-Foes. Shield battles Gloater, the Gladiator from Tomorrow. Rocky and Bullwinkle star in a one-page Cheerios ad. Statement of ownership--average print run 308,205; average paid circulation 160,235. Rocky and Bullwinkle star in a one-page Cheeerios ad. Cover and indicia say "Fly Man". 36 pages, full color. $0.12. Statement of ownership - average print run 308,205; average paid circulation 160,235. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #287
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 287
    • Signed by artist Erik Larsen (splash) with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Gang War: Part 4 of 5 -- "And There Shall Come a Reckoning" Guest-starring Daredevil and the Falcon. Script by Jim Owsley. Pencils by Erik Larsen. Inks by Art Nichols. Cover by Kyle Baker. At last the Kingpin is returning to New York! And the Falcon, Sergeant Tork, and Daredevil are going to make sure the wall-crawler doesnt interfere with the fat man's arrival! Wait a minute! Whose side are these guys on? The fighting mad web-slinger will take on all three to reach the Kingpin of Crime! In the meantime the crossing and double-crossing among the Rose, Hobgoblin, and Kingpin reaches new heights as each man maneuvers to finish on top when the gang war finally ends...next issue! Cameo appearances by the Arranger, Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, Karen Page, Roderick Kingsley, Lance Bannon, and Redwing. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 474,098; average paid circulation 276,064.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #360
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 360
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    • Slab: Minor side edge crack
    • Label #0249281030

    "Death Toy!" Part 2 of 2. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Chris Marrinan. Mark Bagley. Inks by Keith Williams. Cover by Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin. At the Tech-Toy warehouse, Cardiac and the wall-crawler come to a meeting of the minds about their pursuits of justice! Perhaps it's possible for them to work together after all! The next evening at Stane International, Spider-Man and Cardiac team up to stop the illegal manufacturing of military weapons! Could this be the beginning of a beautiful friendship? Not quite! Meanwhile, a new blood-hued super-villain makes his first savage kill...the first of many! Cameo appearances by Carnage, Mary Jane Watson, Ben Urich, Joy Mercado, and J. Jonah Jameson. Origin of Cardiac. (Notes: Cardiac returns in Amazing Spider-Man 376. The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 470,075; average paid circulation 340,977.) 32 pages. $1.25 cover price. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #407
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 407

    Cover pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Larry Mahlstedt. Spidey's costume gets a new look. Silver Sable, Human Torch and Sandnan guest star in "Blasts from the Past!", script by Tom DeFalco (begins as regular writer), pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Larry Mahlstedt; The Scarlet Spider's reputation destroyed by Dr. Octopus, Ben assumes the identity of Spider-Man (SpSS #2, '95), dyes his hair blond so he won't be recognized as Peter Parker, and gets a job at the Daily Grind coffee shop (SenSM #0, '96); With the Bugle headlining "Whatever Happened to Spider-Man?" the Human Torch sky-writes a meeting request at their usual spot (the Statue of Liberty), while Silver Sable, curious if Spidey is a different man in the costume, has her agents track him; Elsewhere, Mysterio toys with his newly-stolen Digital Imagery Transmission chip (SenSM #0, '96) that converts his brainwaves into digitized illusions; Meanwhile, Ben, heading to the Torch meeting, spots Sable and Sandman. The letters page has a statement of ownership - average print run, 395,486; average paid circulation 234,290. The story continues in Spider-Man 64. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #417
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 417
    • Water damage. Mold.

    "Secrets!" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Garney. Inks by Al Williamson. Cover by Ron Garney. Judas Traveller appears to Peter Parker in a dream and tells him that both of them have been manipulated (throughout the clone saga)! The Host has turned on Judas and Chakra! And apparently Traveller was never the Host's true leader! Rather it was Gaunt's mysterious employer! The next day Peter and Ben meet with John Jameson and Chakra at Ravencroft Institute to develop a plan to rescue Traveller! At a closed down gymnasium; the current web-slinger (aka Ben Reilly), the former wall-crawler, and Chakra bravely battle Medea, Boone, and the Brotherhood of Scriers! Will the trio put the Host out of business for good? Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson, Anna Watson, Joe Robertson, Delilah, Mr. Nacht, and the Rose. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 318,992; average paid circulation 216,779.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #157
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 157

    "A Ghost of Stone!" Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Don Heck. Inks by Pablo Marcos. Cover by Jack Kirby and Dan Adkins. It's Christmas Eve in Avengers Mansion! A wonderful time for celebrating with friends, exchanging gifts, and fending off blindside attacks! In surprising fashion the long-forgotten Black Knight busts into the mansion and knocks out the Beast, Yellowjacket, and Iron Man! And now the stone statue of Dane Whitman prowls the hallways looking for his next victims! Once the star-spangled avenger, Scarlet Witch, Wasp, and Wonder Man fall before the Black Knight...only one avenger remains! Can the stone-like Dane Whitman complete his quest for revenge against the Avengers? Or will the Vision crush the knight's distorted dream? Flashback cameos by the Defenders, Silver Surfer, Black Panther, Mantis, Swordsman, and Thor to recap the events of Avengers 118. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #264
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 264

    "Red 9 and Red Tape!" Script by Craig Anderson. Art by Paty Cockrum. Cover by William Johnson and Joe Rubinstein. It's an off-beat tale as the Amazing Spider-Man takes on a double menace! A crazy football player from Baytown, Texas; and the New York state healthcare system! Unbelievable! Where are Doc Ock and the Hobgoblin when you really need them? The two storylines intertwine after Red 9 and the web-slinger crash through a hospital window! As Spider-Man attempts to clean up the broken glass, he learns that the grumpy old man in the room is about to be discharged...because the state thinks he's dead! In good conscious the wall-crawler can't let that happen! If Spidey can blitz the bureaucrats and avoid Red 9's tackles, he might just create a happy ending for all! (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 461,591; average paid circulation: 281,064.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #386
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 386

    "The Wings of Age!" Lifetheft Part 1 of 3. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Randy Emberlin. Cover by Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin. The Vulture breaks out of prison to make one last attempt at curing his terminal cancer! While behind bars the dying super-villain read about a new medical device at Empire State University called the Juvenator. Apparently it has the potential to reverse the aging process by transferring life energy from one source to another! The Vulture brazenly seizes the Juvenator and lunges toward the ESU researcher to steal her life force! But suddenly the web-slinger appears and the crafty elder sets his sights on a much bigger (life) prize! Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, Richard Parker, and Mary Parker. (Notes: The Vulture previously appeared in the Lethal Foes of Spider-Man (1993) Limited Series. The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run, 715,642; average paid circulation 592,442.) 32 pages Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #338
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 338

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. Sgt. Rock ad. "Muto - Monarch of Menace!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Superman tracks Muto to sector Z-44, where the villain springs a series of traps on the hero, finally luring him into saving a trio of android children in the path of a wave of paralyzing toxic seawater. Superman ad. "The Villain Who Married Supergirl!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Jim Mooney; Interplanetary villain Raspor, who claims to have been responsible for the destruction of Krypton, believes that he is fated to marry Supergirl, but she comes up with an elaborate plan to defeat him which includes a fake marriage. Rocky and Bullwinkle are featured in a one-page Cheerios ad. The letters page contains a statement of ownership - average print run 758,000; average paid circulation 525,254. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #375
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 375
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    • Label #1497271009
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    30th Anniversary issue of Amazing Spiderman #1. "The Bride of Venom" Part 2 of 2. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Randy Emberlin. Gold foil holografix cover by Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin. Inside an abandoned Brooklyn amusement park, the Lethal Protector holds Richard and Mary Parker captive! The disturbed Venom thinks he's just doing what's best for Peter's parents! But that's not going to work! No way, no how! So the wall-crawler heads to the park knowing a fierce fight awaits! However the web-slinger may have help this time from a very unlikely source...Eddie Brock's ex-wife! Wow, will there be a family reunion atop the Ferris wheel? Or perhaps a funeral beneath it? One way or another, the Amazing Spider-Man and Venom battle for the last time! Cameo appearances by Silver Sable, Battlestar, Mary Jane Watson, and J. Jonah Jameson. Second story: "True Friends!" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Patrick Olliffee. Inks by Mark McKenna. Aware of what the Human Torch did to Empire State University, Spider-Man vows to bring his friend to justice. Cameo appearance by Silver Sable. Plot crosses over with Fantastic Four 373 & 374. Third story: "The Monster Within" Script by Eric Fein. Art by Dan Panosian. JJJ tries to get his son, John Jameson, started in the field of journalism. Fourth story: "Echoes..." Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Aaron Lopresti. Inks by Don Hudson. The Chameleon visits the grave of Kraven the Hunter. (Notes: Venom appears next in the first issue of his Lethal Protector (1993) series. The letters page includes a statement of ownership: average print run 660,958. average paid circulation 544,900.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #346
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 346
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    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The Man Who Sold Insurance to Superman!", script by Leo Dorfman, art by Wayne Boring; Insurance salesman Terry Mason will only be allowed to marry the boss's daughter if he can sell a $100 billion life insurance policy to Superman. Sgt. Rock's 6 Battle Stars ad. Letter to the editor from writer Mark Evanier. This issue also contains a statement of ownership - average print run 754,000; average paid curculation 491,135. "The Case of the Superman Impostor!", script by Robert Bernstein, pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Al Plastino; The Professor has deduced that Superman is Clark Kent and he tricks Supergirl into confirming the fact, using a henchman who has been transformed into a double for Superman by plastic surgery. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #366
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 366
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    Cover art by Neal Adams. The Fight for the Championship of the Universe!--Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes, script by Jim Shooter, pencils by Jim Shooter (layouts only) and Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; The Legion discovers that the Fatal Five were behind the belligerence of Talok VIII, while the Fatal Five head to Earth and its Universal Weapons Control Panel. But the Fatal Five discover they need a third key held at Legion Headquarters to operate the weapon; By the time they get there it is being defended by the returned Legionnaires; The Legionnaires fight the Fatal Five long enough for the U.P. Forces to come to their rescue and force the Five to flee. Statement of ownership--average print run 707,000; average paid circulation 412,800. 36 pages. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #38
    Aquaman (1962 1st Series) 38
    • 3/4" tear in front cover
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    Cover art by Nick Cardy. Justice is Mine, Saith the Liquidator! starring Aquaman, Aqualad, Mera, The Liquidator, and Lord Ragnar, script by Bob Haney, art by Nick Cardy; Ragnar usurps Aquaman's throne; Aquaman battles The Liquidator; Ragnar is responsible for the attacks. Stan Goes Skin Diving humor page by Henry Boltinoff. Statement of ownership--average print run 404,000; average paid circulation 234,200. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #273
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 273
    • 1/4" spine split from base of comic.
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    • 2" cumulative spine split.
    • 5" cumulative spine split with tape and tape residue to exterior and interior cover and first wrap. Cover detached at both staple.
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    • 2" cumulative spine split.
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    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. "The World of Mr. Mxyzptlk!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Al Plastino; After yet another round of pranks from Mr. Mxyzptlk, Superman travels to the fifth dimensional world where Mxyzptlk lives to perform pranks on him. Hawkman ad. One-page Ollie story by Henry Boltinoff. One-page Little Pete story by Henry Boltinoff. Supermen of America ad. Pick a New Hair Style for Linda (Supergirl) Lee! Supergirl stars in "The Supergirl of Two Worlds!" Statement of ownership - average paid circulation 458,000. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #374
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 374

    Cover by Neal Adams. "Alias Super-Thief!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Jack Abel; The amnesiac Superman now believes that he is a criminal called Super-Thief and even leads his gang in crimes. One-page Super-Turtle story by Henry Boltinoff. "No Mercy for Supergirl!", script by Leo Dorfman, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; The Avenger, an alien from the planet Sarkon, sentences Supergirl to death for killing a plant and a butterfly during her college studies as Linda Danvers. Zeroids toy ad. The letters page contains a statement of ownership - average print run 695,000; average paid circulation 423,000. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #398
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 398

    Cover pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano. Clark Kent becomes a TV reporter in "The Pied Piper of Steel," script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Rock promoter Cy Harkin develops a method of mind control that is transmitted through the music of the concerts he runs so that he can order the teenage fans to tear down the college that once fired him; Bottle city of Kandor appearance. Untold Tales of the Fortress back-up, "Spawn of the Unknown," script by Leo Dorfman (as Geoff Brown), pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman encounters a strange species of plant that alters its appearance to that of animals and humans nearby; Supergirl and Anubis appearances. Statement of ownership - average print run 621,030; average paid circulation 329,925. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #429
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 429

    Cover pencils by John Romita Jr. "The Price!", script by Tom DeFalco, pencils by Joe Bennett, inks by Bud LaRosa and Al Milgrom; Needing money, Absorbing Man and Titania decide to seek the Daily Bugle's million-dollar bounty on Spider-Man, resulting from his beating of Norman Osborn (PPSSM #250, '97); Concerned about the price on her husband's head, MJ gets Peter to promise he won't become Spidey for a while; Daredevil seeks out Spidey to learn the truth of the Osborn attack; Emulating the Thunderbolts, Absorbing Man and Titania masquerade as new heroes "Lightning Bolt" and "Thundergirl"; Norman Osborn introduces them to the Bugle staff; At ESU, his spider-sense alerted, Peter becomes Spidey and encounters Daredevil; Osborn sics Lightning Bolt and Thundergirl on them but reveals their thinly concealed identities to the police to avoid paying the reward. The letters page has a statement of ownership - average print run, 274,400; average paid circulation 159,950. 38 pgs., full color. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #410
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 410
    • Extra staples (manufacturing).

    52-page giant. Cover by Nick Cardy. "The Satanic Son of Superman," script by Cary Bates, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman learns that his son, Krys, has caused many disasters over his 10 year lifetime. "Healing Hands from Beyond!", script by Cary Bates, pencils by John Calnan, inks by Murphy Anderson; An ancient Indian magic allows Dr. Navarro to perform a complicated surgery. Classic Teen Titans reprint, "The Secret Olympic Heroes," script by Bob Haney, art by Nick Cardy; Speedy and the Titans locate a missing Olympic athlete. Letter to the editor from comics writer Bob Rozakis. The letters page also contains a statement of ownership - average print run 585,000; average print run 325,618. 52 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #346
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 346
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    Full-length Legion stories begin. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. First appearance of Karate Kid, Princess Projectra, Ferro Lad, and Nemesis Kid in One of Us Is a Traitor!--Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes, script by Jim Shooter, pencils by Jim Shooter (1st professional work by Jim Shooter at age 14), inks by Sheldon Moldoff; The Legion accepts 4 new members, but one appears to be a Khundish spy. Cap's Hobby Hints--Protecting During Painting activity page by Henry Boltinoff. List of Legionnaires and their powers. Letter to the editor from Irene Vartanoff. Statement of ownership--average print run 757,000; average paid circulation 520,440. 36 pages. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #359
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 359
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Minor side edge crack
    • Label #0038964012

    Cover by Neal Adams. "The Case of the People Against Superman!", script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Superman stands trial for the accidental killing of Ron Noble. Half-page ad reproducing Neal Adams pencils to the cover of Lois Lane #81. Letters to the editor from comic writers Mark Evanier, Martin Pasko, and Tony Isabella, and from comics artist Dave Cocrkum. The letters page also contains a statement of ownership - average print run 720,000; average paid circulation 420,900. Superman ad. "The Super-Initiation of Supergirl!", script by Otto Binder, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; When Supergirl finds out that the Xi-Pi-Hi-Fi sorority is engaged in brutal hazing, she applies to join and turns the tables on the bullies. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #353
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 353
    • Staple rust migration.
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scratch on front of case
    • Label #325B65-002

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. The Doomed Legionnaire!--Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes, script by Jim Shooter, pencils by Jim Shooter (layouts only) and Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; The heroes and villains prepare to confront the Sun-Eater, while Tharok plans for the aftermath; When Superboy attempts a final suicide mission to destroy the Sun-Eater, Ferro Lad knocks him out and sacrifices his life to deliver the bomb which destroys the Sun-Eater. Little Pete humor page by Henry Boltinoff. Letter to the editor from Irene Vartanoff. Statement of ownership--average print run 759,000; average paid circulation 481,234. 36 pages. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #377
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 377
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #1199763009

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Neal Adams. Heroes for Hire!--Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes, script by Jim Shooter, pencils by Jim Shooter (layouts only) and Win Mortimer, inks by Jack Abel; The Legion appears to turn mercenary, accepting money for deeds, until the money's unique properties allow them to defeat the criminals on Modo. Ollie and Super-Turtle humor pages by Henry Boltinoff. Statement of ownership--average print run, 697,000; average paid circulation 411,200. 36 pages. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #433
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 433

    Cover art by Jim Aparo. The Swami and... the Spectre, script by Michael Fleisher and Russell Carley (art continuity), art by Jim Aparo; Lt. Corrigan begins to investigate the murder of a construction engineer, whose wife is being bilked by a phony swami; However, problems arise when Gwen steps in and discloses to the swami that the policeman is actually the Spectre. Revolt and Revenge! starring Captain Fear, script by Steve Skeates, art by Alex Niño. Letter to the editor from comic artist Paul Kupperberg. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #20
    Army War Heroes (1963) 20

    Cover by Rocke Mastroserio. Stories by Joe Gill. Art by Sam Glanzman, Larry Woromay & Ernie Bache, and Enio Legisamon. Featuring: "Last Man on Death Mountain"; "The Surrender"; "Terror In a Vietcong Tunnel"; and the 1-pager "The Artillery"! Plus: 1-page text article "Here Isn't There"! 36 pages, full color. Title's print/sales stats from the statement of ownership: Average print run 236,40000; Average paid circulation 133,200. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #18
    Atom (1962) 18
    Published May 1965 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. "The Hole-in-the-Wall Lawman!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; A strange side-effect from the Atom's trips through the Time Pool causes trouble for him in the present as he tries to defeat the Black Phantom. It Started With the Flash! ad with Doctor Fate and Hourman. "The Atomic Flea!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; Momentary amnesia makes the Atom believe he is a flea in a flea circus. Statement of ownership - average print run 382,000; average paid circulation 263,000. Letter from super fan Guy H. Lillian III. The Flash ad. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #164
    Adventures into the Unknown (1948 ACG) 164

    Nemesis stars in "Beware the She-Devil!" (script by Richard Hughes as "Shane O'Shea," art by Chic Stone). Other stories include "When the Earth Went Mad!" (script by Burns, art by Paul Reinman) and "Just a Piece of Carved Wood!" Statement of ownership--average print run 334,375; average paid circulation 163,049. Kurt Schaffenberger (as "Lou Wahl") cover. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #14
    Atom (1962) 14
    Published Sep 1964 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. "Revolt of the Atom's Uniform!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; Ray Palmer discovers that the white dwarf star from which he derived his powers has turned sentient and controls his costume. Rocky and Bullwinkle star in a one-page Cheerios ad. The letters page contains a statement of ownership - average print run 375,000; average paid circulation 249,000. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #172
    Adventures into the Unknown (1948 ACG) 172

    "The Ghost That Trembled" (script by Richard Hughes as "Greg Olivetti," art by Edd Ashe); "The Curious Camera," "The Other Presence!"; "They Called Him Crazy!"; and "The Right Man!" (script by Kermit Lundgren, art by Chic Stone). Statement of ownership--average print run 318,399; average paid circulation 155,102. Kurt Schaffenberger cover (as "Lou Wahl"). Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #123
    Adventures into the Unknown (1948 ACG) 123

    "Secret of the Titans!" (script by Pierce Rand, art by John Forte); "Dr. Harding's Patient!" (script by Bob Standish, art by Ogden Whitney); "The Golden Prince!" (script by "Sven Larsen," art by Edd Ashe); and "Universal Art." Statement of ownership--average paid circulation 192,500. Whitney cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #90
    All American Men of War (1952) 90

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    Johnny Cloud in "Wingmate of Doom," "The 24 Hour Ace," and "Target Destroyed--Maybe!" Edited by Robert Kanigher. Cover by Jerry Grandenetti. Stories by Robert Kanigher, Jerry Grandenetti, Bob Haney, Ross Andru, Mike Esposito, Morris Waldinger, Tom Nicolisi, Hank Chapman, and Henry Boltinoff. Adventure tales of war and the military, including some humor—go into combat with All American Men of War! 36 pages, full color. $0.12. Statement of ownership--average copies sold, 205,000. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #24
    Atom (1962) 24
    Published May 1966 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. "The Atom-Destruction of Earth!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; Jason Woodrue escapes from prison and travels to the dimension of Floria, where he plans to rule; Queen Maya enlists the Atom's help again, but they don't know that battling Woodrue may bring about the destruction of Earth. Ad for The Flash. Amazing Ratios article by Julius Schwartz. Ad for Superman. Ad for Adventures of Andy and George in the GI Joe Club. Letter from super fan Guy H. Lillian III. Statement of ownership - average print run 408,000; average paid circulation 255,254. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #140
    Adventures into the Unknown (1948 ACG) 140

    "Look Out for the Little Men!" (script by Richard Hughes as "Zev Zimmer," art by Chic Stone); "Bad Luck Omens"; "These Plants are Different!" (script by Hughes as "Ace Aquila," art by Edd Ashe); "You'll Sleep as if You Were Dead!" (script by Hughes as "Shane O'Shea"); and "16th Century Space Probe." Statement of ownership--average paid circulation 165,200. Ogden Whitney cover. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #281
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 281
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    • 2" spine split from base of comic.
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #1292421019
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    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. Superboy's New Parents, script by Robert Bernstein, art by Al Plastino; Superboy gets rid of crooked foster parents. The Lost Magic Ring, script by Robert Bernstein, art by Howard Sherman; Congorilla loses ring while possessing Congo Bill's mind. Moolah the Mystic humor page by Henry Boltinoff. Statement of ownership--average paid circulation 438,000. 36 pages. Cover price $0.10.