“Justin’s Jabber” – Back Issue Comics! 10/11/17

Egads! We’ve got ourselves an AWFULLY expensive book in this week!

This is one of those books that’s so darn expensive that it’s kind of embarrassing to mention the price.

The book in question is a very nice copy of one of the big Golden Age keys; and if you know comics, then you know that Golden Age keys in above-average condition can demand quite a premium.

Well, enough preamble. Let’s just get on with this weeks list, shall we?

 

All Star Comics #3, first appearance of the Justice Society of America, CGC graded 6.0, $40,000.

You see what I mean? It’s just kind of embarrassing to me. I don’t even know why. I’m just embarrassed.

Now that we’ve gotten that craziness out of the way, the rest of this week’s books are your more standard fare.
Don’t get me wrong, the rest of these are cool books, but I mean … c’mon.
Everything kind of pales in comparison to a 6.0 All Star #3.

I guess I should’ve started with the other books, and built up to the All Star #3.
Too late now, I’ve already typed too many words. There’s no turning back…

 

Aquaman #29, first appearance of Ocean Master, Good Minus (1.8) condition, $40.

 

Aquaman #35, first appearance of Black Manta, Fair/Good (1.5) condition, $50.

 


Batman #17, Classic World War II cover, Slight Amateur Repair (color touch on cover), One Ad page missing, Four story pages (“Rogues Pageant” pages 2-5) missing, $350.

From one end of the Golden Age spectrum to the other.
This Batman #17 is one of those books that “presents well,” meaning that it looks really nice on the outside but has some serious issues on the inside.
It’d be a good copy to put in a frame and hang on your wall.

 

That’s it for this week!

Happy trails to you, until we meet again….

 

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