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Famous First Edition #F-7 – key reprint

Famous First Edition #F-7 Famous First Edition v1 #F-7, 1975 – Oversized and intimidating, this DC bronze age superhero treasury reprints the first appearance of the Justice Society of America. This large scale version of All Star Comics #3 is actually more readable than the original. These issues preceded the DC Archive Editions by decades. Source link

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Detective Comics #359 – 1st Batgirl (key)

Detective Comics #359 Detective Comics v1 #359, 1967 – Seeking to change her persona as a brainy librarian, Barbara Gordon creates a Batman-inspired costume for an upcoming masquerade party. Already trained in martial arts, she gets a taste of the action fighting Killer Moth and his gang. Batgirl subsequently teams up with the dynamic duo. Naturally, her […]

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Holiday Geek Gift Guide 2020: Specialty Items

Pfeff-Bot and Maximus Prime are back with another wild assortment of novelty gift ideas for the loved ones in your life – or for you! From Star Trek to The Good Place, this guide is sure to make your end of the year gift shopping easy and fun! Check out our Holiday Geek Gift Guide […]

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House of Secrets #115 – Alex Nino art

House of Secrets #115 House of Secrets v1 #115, 1974 – A night watchman at a wax museum brings home a statue of Lizzie Borden for company. Alex Nino‘s graphic style is disturbingly appropriate for this twisted tale. Sharp and brittle shapes permeate each panel. These are accompanied by the characters’ often horrific facial expressions. As […]

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All-American Comics #19 – 1st Atom (key)

All-American Comics #19 All-American Comics v1 #19, 1940 – Small in stature and miserable because of it, Al Pratt befriends an old boxing trainer down on his luck. He offers to help him build up his muscles into fighting shape. Al exceeds expectations, achieving almost super-human strength. In his key first appearance, the golden age Atom foils a kidnapping attempt […]

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The Flash #772 “First Look” – Wally West Returns to Central City!

The Speed Force has propelled Wally West across the Multiverse, from its past to its future. Along the way, he’s experienced the whole of existence, from running with dinosaurs to escaping the Legion of Doom, to the tragedies he’s faced at Sanctuary, and even seeing his children take up the mantle of The Flash. But […]

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Witching Hour #24 – mis-attributed Nestor Redondo art

Witching Hour v1 #24, 1972 – No Nestor Redondo art in this issue, despite what some comic book price guides say. The artist’s work does appear in 5 other issues of the Witching Hour. Other artists in this DC bronze age horror comic include John Calnan, Alfredo Alcala, Norm Maurer and Jack Sparling. Cover by Nick Cardy.  – – – – – […]

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