Rare Comic Auction

This auction from Metropolis Collectibles started on Friday, November 17th and ends on November 27. It features a nice selection of 60 rare and key Golden and Silver Age books.

Some of the highlights are:
– Action Comics #2
– Batman #1
– Captain America Comics #1
– Detective Comics #1 – #40 (including the first appearance of Batman and the first appearance of Robin)
– Fantastic Four #1
– Flash Comics #1
– Human Torch #2 (#1)
– More Fun Comics #52, More Fun Comics #55, and every Spectre cover from More Fun Comics
– Sub-Mariner Comics #1

You can view the current auction action on the Metropolis Collectibles site.

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1 Comment

  1. mr skin

    The Fantastic Four movie with Jessica Alba really was a let down for me. I loved the cartoon as a kid, but the remake pretty much just sucked.

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