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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: America Loves Crap
Golden Age, Silver Age Comics .99 cent Auction
Guys (and gals).. I am running an auction of roughly 50 Golden and Silver Age books starting this past Sunday at 8PM PST starting out at .99 cents for anybody wanting to pick up some old comics. I picked these up in a single owner collection and am auction off what I'm not keeping. Good Luck!
Here's a list of what will be available. Most of them are in G/VG/F shape.
ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN #172 - May 1967 by ACG.
"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").
BLACK CAT #12 - July 1948 by Harvey
CONDITION NOTES: General wear along spine. Some tearing around staples on cover.
BLACKHAWK #146 - March 1960 by DC
"The Fantastic Fables of Blackhawk," "The Trial of Olaf," and "The Menace of the Scorpion."
BLACKHAWK #166 - November 1961 by DC
Last 10-cent cover-price. "The Menace of the Mystery Weapons," "The Blackhawks' Unwanted Ally," and "The Creatures That Controlled the Blackhawks."
BLACKHAWK #170 - March 1962 by DC
"Lady Blackhawk Vs. Killer Shark," "The Mermaid Lady Blackhawk," and "The Man Who Stole the Future."
CONDITION NOTES: Small 1 inch tear/piece missing on back cover, left side about half way up page.
BLACKHAWK #178 - November 1962 by DC
FANTASY MASTERPIECES #7 - February 1967 by Marvel.
Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko reprints; Golden Age Captain America, Human Torch, and Sub-Mariner; Gil Kane cover. Reprints stories from Marvel Mystery Comics #3 featuring Prince Namor the Sub-Mariner and #8 featuring the Human Torch, Journey Into Mystery #62 featuring "Monsters on Mercury," Strange Tales #88 featuring "Punishment", Tales of Suspense #28 featuring Titan, the Amphibian from Atlantis," and Captain America Comics #7 featuring Death loads the Bases."
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along back cover at spine, Letter H stamped onto book front cover, right upper side, general wear along front spine.
FLASH #185 - February 1969 by DC
"Threat of the High-Rise Buildings!" Script by Frank Robbins, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Mike Esposito. Letters to the editor from comics writers Martin Pasko and Mike Barr
CONDITION NOTES: Small page bend at lower left corner on back
FLASH GORDON #5 - May 1967 by King/Whitman
"Flash Gordon and the God of the Beastmen." Script by Archie Goodwin, art by Al Williamson. Flash Gordon also stars in "The Terror of the Blue Death" Script by Larry Ivie, art by Williamson. Secret Agent X-9 back-up story, "The Assassins of Power!" Letter to the editor from RBCC publisher G.B. Love
FORBIDDEN WORLDS #130 - September 1965 by ACG.
"Magicman vs. the Wizard of Science" (script by Richard Hughes as "Zed Zimmer," art by Pete Costanza), "Stone Age Man" (script by Kermit Lundgren, art by Paul Reinman), and "The Ghost That Died" (script by Hughes as "Kurato Osaki," art by Hy Eisman). Costanza cover.
CONDITION NOTES: Letter H stamped onto book front cover.
HENRY ALDRICH #6 - June 1951 by Dell
CONDITION NOTES: Name "Leah" on front cover near Y in Henry, as well as pencil marking under "Leah"
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #182 - September 1969 by DC
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #192 - June 1971 by DC
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #228 - December 1974 by DC
HOUSE OF SECRETS #69 - December 1964 by DC
Featuring Eclipso, the hero and villain in one man, in "Wanted Eclipso Dead or Alive!" Plus, Mark Merlin the Sleuth of the Supernatural has his pet cat turned into a giant rampaging beast by black magic in "Kill the Giant Cat!"
HOUSE OF SECRETS #75 - December 1965 by DC
Featuring Eclipso, the hero and villain in one man, in "Eclipso Must Die." Plus, Prince Ra-Man Mind Master in "Challenge of the Heap!."
HUMPHREY #18 - August 1951 by Harvey
CONDITION NOTES: Front Cover bend in lower right corner.
MARGE'S LITTLE LULU #73 - July 1954 by Dell/Gold Key
Cover art by John Stanley. Two Is a Crowd; Tubby is hanging around when Lulu is about to go out and buy an ice cream cone. Wrong Number; Tubby thinks a spaceman is in Lulu's house. The Smokers; All the kids get sick after they take a puff on Lulu's pop's cigar. Breakfast In Bed; Lulu gets Annie's father to cook breakfast in bed for Lulu's mother. Tubby's Guest; Tubby is not happy when Chubby stays overnight. All scripts and pencils by John Stanley, inks by Irving Tripp.
CONDITION NOTES: Subscription crease down center of cover. Name "Kimm" written in pencil, top right of front cover.
MARGE'S LITTLE LULU #83 - May 1955 by Dell/Gold Key
Boy Cannon Ball; The Fellers trick Lulu into thinking they have shot Tubby out of a cannon. Roast Chicken; Tubby makes a sandwich at Lulu's out of a whole roast chicken. Bad Dream; Lulu dreams that her pop took so many vitamin pills that he became a little boy. The Expert; Tubby shows Lulu the correct way to cry. The Solid-Gold Roller Skates; Lulu tells Alvin about when Hazel sends the poor little girl into a cave to get the roller skates. The Ghost in the Bureau Drawer; Gloria's parents find Tubby in a bureau drawer and think he is a ghost.
CONDITION NOTES: Subscription crease down center of cover. General wear on front cover, copy looks well read.
MARGE'S LITTLE LULU #104 - February 1957 by Dell/Gold Key
A Profitable Afternoon; Lulu and Annie take a dozen kids to see the Fellers circus. Firemen's Little Helper; Lulu is tricked into climbing a tree and meowing like a cat. Big Business; Tubby thinks he can be a better business person than Lulu. Little Itch and the Beebleberry Juice; Lulu tells Alvin about how Itch makes the poor little girl stomp on her beebleberries to make juice. Sick Call; The Fellers go to visit Iggy in the hospital, but its Iggys uncle Ignatius who is sick.
CONDITION NOTES: Some sort of water stains on front cover, back cover.
MARGE'S LITTLE LULU #107 - May 1957 by Dell/Gold Key.
The Case of the Big Squeeze; Tubby solves the case of who squirted toothpaste at Lulus house. Untitled story; Tubby and Iggy try to hide from Lulu and Annie to avoid Miss Feenys afternoon tea and dance. The Picnic Pirate; Tubby turns the tables on Lulu and Annie when they go on a picnic without him. Little Badbag's Present; Lulu tells Alvin about when Itchs uncle Badbag captures the poor little girls cousin Egbert. Hide-and-Seek; An escaped convict gets into Tubbys house while Tub and Chubby are playing hide and seek.
CONDITION NOTES: Subscription crease down center of cover.
MEN OF WAR #114 - April 1966 by DC
"The Ace Who Died Twice!" starring Lt. Steve Savage the Balloon Buster (art by Joe Kubert). Back-up story, "Diary of a Fighter Pilot" (art by Carmine Infantino). Kubert cover.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine
METAMORPHO #8 - September 1966 by DC
Cover pencils by Sal Trapani, inks by Charles Paris. Element Man, Public Enemy!, script by Bob Haney, pencils by Sal Trapani, inks by Charles Paris; The Govenor and the Police Commissioner come to Metamorpho asking for help in stopping Doc Dread; Metamorpho infiltrates Doc Dread's gang disguised as Dyna-Man and takes control from Doc Dread. Get Hip to Old Folks! public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, art by Morris Waldinger.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine
MYSTERY IN SPACE #106 - March 1966 by DC
Ultra the Multi-Alien (art by Lee Elias). Back-up story, "Nightmare on Asteroid Araak." Murphy Anderson cover.
OUR FIGHTING FORCES #81 - January 1964 by DC
"Battle of the Mud Marines!" starring Gunner and Sarge, and "Sunk Alive!"
OUR FIGHTING FORCES #82 - February 1964 by DC
"Battle of the Empty Helmets" starring Gunner and Sarge, and "Prisoner of the Runaway Fort!" (art by Jack Abel).
OUR FIGHTING FORCES #84 - May 1964 by DC
OUR FIGHTING FORCES #95 - October 1965 by DC
STAR SPANGLED WAR STORIES #152 - September 1970 by DC
Cover art by Joe Kubert. Instant Glory! starring Unknown Soldier, script and art by Joe Kubert. Lafayette Escadrille Battle Album, art by Joe Kubert. Rain Above--Mud Below! starring Enemy Ace, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Russ Heath.
SUPERMAN'S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE #65 - May 1965 by DC
Cover art by Kurt Schaffenberger. Ad for the TV stations that carry the Superman television show. The Musical Murder of Superman!, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lexo and Lola steal the gifts at Superman Day (imaginary story, story continued from last issue). Rocky and Bullwinkle Cheerios ad. Lola's Crime Rampage! Part II, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lois Lane, in a fit of jealousy after she thinks Lana Lang is trying to steal her man, Lex Luthor, plots to destroy Superman by using a Kryptonian musical instrument, the lythre, in Luthor's next concert (imaginary story). Lexo's Last Caper! Part III; Superman stops Lexo and Lola but Luthor is killed in the process. Advertisement for the Aurora DC superhero model kits (Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Superboy), art by Murphy Anderson.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine, name written in ink on front cover above the LOIS in LOIS LANE
SUPERMAN'S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE #85 - August 1968 by DC
Cover art by Neal Adams. When Lois Was More Super Than Superman!, script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Mike Esposito; Lois is invited to visit Kandor with three other accomplished women of Earth; While there, a shady scientist gives her super-powers for an unknown reason. House ad for Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #113. Part II - Slave of the Super-Serum!; Lois uses her new super-powers to save Superman from a Kryptonite trap set by Mayhem, Inc. Lois Lane's Childhood!, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lois and Kal-El's childhoods are paralleled on different worlds, amazingly the future Superman is still able to save Lois's life.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine, name written in ink on front cover Under LANE in LOIS LANE
SUPERMAN'S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE #87 - October 1968 by DC
Cover art by Neal Adams. Feud of the Super-Femmes, script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Mike Esposito; Lois gains super powers but is trapped in Kandor by Cor-Lar, who plans to pursue Superman now that Lois is unavailable. House ad for Superman #210. The Jealous Lois Lane!, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lois is wearing Professor Potter's new invention, a machine that rings when the user is jealous, but she goes to great lengths to keep the bell from ringing so that no one will know that she minds when Superman is nice to other women.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine, name written in ink on front cover Lower Left
SUPERMAN'S PAL JIMMY OLSEN #65 - December 1962 by DC
Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. The Alien Jimmy Olsen Fan Club, script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. Pennies for UNICEF! public service announcement starring Superman, script by Jack Schiff, art by Sheldon Moldoff. The Human Porcupine, script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; When Jimmy rejects Miss Gzptlsnz, she turns him into a human porcupine until he can trick her into saying her name backwards and return her to the 5th dimension. Peg humor page by Henry Boltinoff. The Mysterious Lord of Devil's Island!, script by Robert Bernstein, art by John Forte; after eating too much cake, Jimmy dreams he's on Devil's Island and must sell his soul to Lord L. Tricksy humor page by Henry Boltinoff.
CONDITION NOTES: Coupon on back filled out with ink, spine eaten somewhat by bug chew, discolored and worn spine. Letter H stamped onto book front cover on Jimmy's chest.
TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #99 - March 1967 by DC
Cover art by Jack Sparling. The Nuclear Super-Hero!, art by Bernard Baily; A lab accident exposes Dr. Malloy to an overdose of radiation which makes him deadly to those around him, but he is able to help a race of aliens in a war they are fighting. House ad for Our Army at War #199, art by Joe Kubert. House ad for World's Finest Comics #164, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. We Found A World of Tiny Cavemen, art by John Prentice; Two explorers crash-land on a remote island where they discover a tribe of miniature cavemen. Rampage of the Energy Beings, art by Jack Sparling.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine
TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #103 - November 1967 by DC
Cover art by Bob Brown. ABC to Disaster!, art by Jack Abel; A scientist is working on an alpha-materializer machine that creates anything that is spelled into it, but an alien spy is waiting for the invention to be completed to use it to conquer Earth. House ad for World's Finest Comics #170, pencils by Curt Swan and Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye. The Unlucky Mr. Lucky!, script by France Herron, art by Bernard Baily; The Green Glob gives David Atkinson phenomenal luck which helps him in various situations until he tries to use it for criminal purposes. House ad for The Adventures of Bob Hope #107, art by Neal Adams. The Guardian of the Past!, art by Nick Cardy. Direct Currents, art by Russ Heath and Jim Mooney.
CONDITION NOTES: Wear along spine
THE ATOM #33 - November 1967 by DC.
"Amazing Arsenal of the Atom-Assassin!" Script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene. Letter to the editor from comics historian Peter Sanderson. Kane cover pencils.
THE AVENGERS #33 - October 1966 by Marvel
The Black Widow appears in "To Smash a Serpent!" Script by Stan Lee, art and cover by Don Heck. Avengers roll call: Captain America, Hawkeye, Goliath, and the Wasp.
THE AVENGERS #53 - June 1968 by Marvel
The original X-Men vs. the Avengers! "In Battle Joined!" Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by John Buscema, inks by George Tuska. Avengers roll call: Hawkeye, Goliath, the Wasp, and the Black Panther. Magneto, Quicksilver, and Scarlet Witch appearances. Letter to the editor from comics writer Tony Isabella. Buscema/Tuska cover.
THE AVENGERS #58 - November 1968 by Marvel
The origin is revealed in "Even an Android Can Cry!" Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by John Buscema, inks by George Klein. Avengers roll call: Hawkeye, Goliath, the Wasp, the Vision, and the Black Panther. Guest appearances by Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Wonder Man, and Ultron-5. Cameos by Hercules, the Hulk, Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch, the Black Widow, and Spider-Man. Buscema/Klein cover.
CONDITION NOTES: Upper right corner of front cover, about 2 inch down has been bent down and back at one time, causing a triangle crease in the cover, upper right corner.
THE UNEXPECTED #108 - September 1968 by DC
Cover art by Jack Sparling. Journey to a Nightmare starring Johnny Peril, script by George Kashdan, art by Jack Sparling. Letter from comics writer Tony Isabella. Body Possessed, script and art by Morris Waldinger. The Cat with 1,000 Lives!--Tales of the Mad Mod Witch, script by Dave Wood, pencils by Jack Sparling, inks by Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. The Crazy House!, art by Mort Drucker.
CONDITION NOTES: Lower Right cover bend
THOR #133 - October 1966 by Marvel
Ego and the Recorder guest star in "Beyond the Living Planet!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta. "Tales of Asgard" back-up: "Valhalla!" Script by Lee, pencils by Kirby, inks by Colletta. Kirby/Colletta cover.
THOR #144 - September 1967 by Marvel
"This Battleground Earth!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta. Appearances by Balder, Sif, and Odin. "Tales of Asgard" back-up: "The Beginning of the End!" Script by Lee, pencils by Kirby, inks by Colletta. Kirby/Colletta cover (with Marie Severin).
THOR #146 - November 1967 by Marvel
Thor battles the Circus of Crime in "If the Thunder Be Gone!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta. Appearances by Jane Foster, Sif, Balder, and Odin. Back-up story: "The Origin of the Incomparable Inhumans!" Script by Lee, pencils by Kirby, inks by Joe Sinnott. This is the first of a seven-part series explaining the origins of the Inhumans. Kirby/Colletta cover.
THOR #155 - August 1968 by Marvel
It's Thor versus Mangog in "Now Ends the Universe!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta. Appearances by Balder, Sif, Karnilla, Hogun, Fandral, Volstagg, Loki, and Odin. Cameos by Ego and the Recorder. Kirby/Colletta cover.
THOR #167 - August 1969 by Marvel
Loki returns in "This World Renounced!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta. Appearances by Balder, Sif, Karnilla, Heimdall, Galactus, and Odin. John Romita Sr. cover.
CONDITION NOTES: Dirt on back cover
TWILIGHT ZONE #8 - August 1964 by Gold Key.
Anthology type comic with suspenseful, mystery, and spooky stories done in the style of the classic TV series "The Twilight Zone" which starred Rod Serling as your host. Painted cover art. Astronomy #9 Earth's Neighbors--Keys of Knowledge filler page. Hamilton's Creature, art by Fred Fredericks. Raptures of the Deep text story. The Night Stalker of Paris, art by Mel Crawford. Iron Man #1, art by Dick Rockwell. Domestic Animals #13 The Bulldog--Keys of Knowledge filler page, art by Ray Bailey.
CONDITION NOTES: General Wear along spine.
WORLD'S FINEST #223 - June 1974 by DC
100-page giant. Cover art by Nick Cardy. Wipe the Blood Off My Name! starring Superman and Batman, script by Bob Haney, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Vince Colletta. An Eye For An Eye! starring Deadman, script by Arnold Drake (miscredited to Jack Miller in some reprints), pencils by Neal Adams, inks by George Roussos. The Reversed Heroes starring Superman, Batman, and Robin, script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Ray Burnley. The Sunken City of Gold starring Aquaman, script by Jack Miller, art by Ramona Fradon. Introduction of a radio script from the Adventures of Superman. The Playland Mystery starring Superman and Batman, script by Ben Friedman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. License For A Robot starring Robotman, art by Joe Certa. The Composite Superman!, script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Sheldon Moldoff; A freak accident gives Joe Meach the powers of the entire Legion of Super-Heroes and he becomes the Composite Superman.
CONDITION NOTES: GENERAL WEAR ALONG SPINE
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