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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Cover of Action Comics #1 Recreated with LEGOs

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Oh you have just Got to see this!

The Cover of Action Comics #1 Recreated with LEGOs

Superman debuted in Action Comics #1 of June, 1938, so he turns 70 this year. This is a homage to the cover of that issue. Superman's torso is the only customized piece here.

read full story and view larger image at flickr | digg flickr story


DC vs Marvel: Let the Battle Begin!

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Comic Book Fans! Super Hero Fans! Marvel and DC Comics Fans!
Avengers, one and all. Our time is come!

Thanks to Hollywood, and it's Box Office Smashing "Live" Super Hero productions; No longer do we have to hide in our bedrooms, bathrooms, and closets to read the latest editions. For now even society's elite, seek "Our expertise" in the matters of super hero stardom. (who did what, where, in what issue? And where can I get one?)

No Longer are we jeered and Laugh-at, as Geeks of the Funny pages. But hailed as "Masters" in the field of Art, and Entertainment. And my dear friends, it is about to get even Better!

The following is an excerpt from the UK.TimesOnline;

May 31, 2008
DC v Marvel:
as The Incredible Hulk appears again,
let battle begin

As comic superheroes prepare to take over the silver screen, we compare the powers of the rival Marvel and DC camps

The 20 greatest big-screen comic book heroes

When Iron Man smashed through the half-a-billion-dollar mark last week, Marvel Studios breathed a sigh of relief. Its former CEO had gambled the company on one audacious wager – that if he borrowed $550 million, Marvel could produce its own movies of its own comic-book characters, rather than receiving small royalties from hit franchises such as X-Men and Spiderman. Now Marvel Studios’ first self-made block-buster is the talk of Hollywood, with another one hot on its tail.

...It’s all quite a turnaround. For years, Marvel suffered at the hands of financiers who thought capes were something you sailed your yacht around, while rival company DC, publisher of Superman and Batman, ruled the silver screen. But now DC is trailing: 2006’s Superman Returns was a costly disappointment, taking $390 million worldwide, but having cost a hefty $270 million to make.

...But don’t write DC off just yet. Its most Marvel-like character, Batman, a tortured soul who decided to fight crime after his parents were gunned down in front of him, is back this July in the blackest block-buster so far. Called The Dark Knight, in a deliberate echo of the ground-breaking 1986 graphic novel that was too bleak to film at the time, it stars the late Heath Ledger as a truly psychotic Joker. ~ read more | digg story

The TimesOnline article goes on to say "a lot of things" so I hope you read it. But the truth of the article is this;


The War!
Between Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
The one we've been waiting for!

And it's going to be played out on The Big Screen!

Marvel is definitely in the lead for now. But I've got a feeling Wonder Woman is about to get a face-lift. And woe unto those who would discount the Justice League of America!

All in all, it's going to be Great for us fans and collectors.
And so it is with great pride that I say;

"My fellow Super Heroes. Our time, is come!"



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Friday, May 30, 2008

Comic actor Harvey Korman dies at 81

The Comic Book Listings Blog is sad to announce;

Comic actor Harvey Korman dies at 81

Harvey Korman, the tall, versatile comedian who won four Emmys for his outrageously funny contributions to "The Carol Burnett Show" and played a conniving politician to hilarious effect in "Blazing Saddles," died Thursday. He was 81.

Korman died at UCLA Medical Center after suffering complications from the rupture of an abdominal aortic aneurysm four months ago, his family said. He had undergone several major operations.

"He was a brilliant comedian and a brilliant father," daughter Kate Korman said. "He had a very good sense of humor in real life. "

read CNN obit | digg story

This is especially sad for me because I do in fact remember first seeing Harvey Korman on the Danny Kay Show. (And that, was a long time ago.) I loved watching Harvey any and every chance I got because, I knew Harvey would make me laugh.

His appearance on the Carol Burnett Show was as much a part of that show, as Carol Burnett.

I bet Carol is taking it hard.

I hope she is ok.


Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Comic Books For Sale- 28 Long Boxes, Full of Comics!


Comic Books For Sale- 28 Long Boxes, Full of Comic Books!

Ok, here we go. This seller, "dsasteve", has 28 Long Boxes of Comic Books for sale.

Unfortunately, there are No Pictures! Nevertheless, this might be something to check into as our seller doesn't seem to have any use for these comics, and May be Motivated as he keeps them in his garage. I am just guessing of course, but my guess comes by way of our seller's conversation with a perspective buyer.

i am interesting to your spiderman
can you buy seperatly your comic book
thank you

Response Mar 8, 2008 9:30 AM
I'll see what I can do, it might take a while as they are in the garage and it is raining very hard here.

Question Mar 13, 2008 9:49 AM
just a repeat question if you can buy the spiderman

tank you

Response Mar 13, 2008 4:04 PM
it would be too much effort, sorry. while they are sorted by title, not all of the spiderman titles are in the same box, nor would they fit.

Comic Book Listings Note: "nor would they fit" ...That means that NOT ALL of the Spidermans in his collection would fit into One Long box.

This looks like a pretty good opportunity here folks. So check it out, and if you happen to make the purchase, please give us a shout here at the Comic Book Listings Blog.

(Note: This is Not an auction!)

Item Number: 37185206
Quantity: 28 available
Asking price: $500.00

Seller's Description:
28 long boxes of comic books, 1970s to 2001, 99% Marvel. Complete run of New Mutants, X-Men (all titles), Thor, Iron Man, Spider-Man, etc.

To view this listing, "Click Here!"


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Auction- Incredible Hulk #102 Premier Issue Origin Retold

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The Incredible Hulk #102 Big Premier Issue Origin Retold
Very Fine / Near Mint CGC Graded 9.0

[Comic Book Listing Blog Note: The Hulk originally came out in his very own Comic Book, The Incredible Hulk #1. He ran for 6 issues and then disappeared for a while, returning later in Tales to Astonish #59, and running through Tales to Astonish #101 when he finally reappeared in his Big Premier Issue The Incredible Hulk #102.]

Seller's Description:
You are bidding on The Incredible Hulk #102

CGC Graded VF/NM 9.0

Origin Retold. George Tuska art.

Marvel Comics April 1968

Cream to Off-White Pages

Please email me with any questions

Overseas bidders should contact me to get shipping costs for their area before bidding.

I would like bidders with less than 10 positive feedbacks or less than a 90% positive feedback rating to contact me before bidding.

Shipping within the United States is $10.00 via Priority Mail with delivery confirmation. I ship all my books packaged securely with cardboard wraps and bubble wrap or packing foam. Insurance is highly recommended. I cannot be responsible for uninsured items that are lost or damaged in the mail: Add $2.00 for insurance up to $100.00 and $1.00 for every $100.00 after that

Items paid for with PayPal, money order or cashiers check will be shipped within 3 days after payment has been received. Please allow up to 10 business days for personal checks to clear

CGC books are not returnable

No Reserve

Auction Details: (as of the time of this post)

Seller: tensense (ebay profile)
Current bid: US $24.50
End time: Jun-03-08 18:05:00 PDT (6 days 0 hour)
Shipping costs: US $10.00
US Postal Service Priority Mail®
Service to United States
Ships to: Worldwide
Item location: Studio City, California, United States
History: 4 bids

[Auction link]


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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

The Invincible Iron Man! animated DVD Movie- 4 Sale!


The Invincible Iron Man!
Directed by Frank Paur, Jay Oliva, Patrick Archibald

I recently had a request for an "Invincible Iron Man" DVD movie. Of course, the Live action Hollywood film production isn't out on DVD, yet. But a quick search of our Comic Book Store did reveal an 83 minute animated cartoon version from our associate site, And if consumer reviews are any indication of how Good this Animated Iron Man DVD movie is, then we've got a winner! Here are the details.

* Released on: 2007-01-23
* Rating: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
* Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
* Formats: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
* Original language: English
* Dubbed in: Spanish
* Number of discs: 1
* Running time: 83 minutes

Plot Description:
Past and present collide in this epic adventure that reveals the origin of Iron Man. While raising the ruins of a long buried Chinese kingdom, billionaire inventor Tony Stark digs up far more than he bargained for. He unleashes an age-old prophecy that foretells the resurrection of the Mandarin, the emperor of China's darkest and most violent dynasty. In order to confront the destructive force, Tony creates an armored suit infused with high-tech weaponry. To stop the evil that he himself has raised form the earth, Tony must become his greatest invention ever- Iron Man! The newly born champion must travel to the four corners of the earth to battle the Mandarin's henchmen, the Elementals four magical warriors who harness the power of the elements earth, water, wind, and fire with deadly chemistry. But is the Iron Knight, as he his known in the prophecy, strong enough to defy fate and turn back the malevolent forces hell-bent on earth's destruction?


Customer Reviews (1 0f 3 reviews. To read more reviews, Click Here.)

Great cartoon 5 Stars

  • Don't get confused, this is an animated cartoon and not the new movie. If you read and liked the paper comic, this movie has much of the same feel and flavor of the comic book. The story does not match the comic book story line, and if you can take the new story as it comes, then it is a great time. I also recommend the Dr. Strange movie that Marvel put out in the same time frame.
It's pretty good, but I hope and expect the live-action film will be MUCH better.
Stars [Excerpt of a Much larger review]
  • Billionaire playboy Tony Stark is critically injured and taken prisoner by a Chinese cult determined to reverse his unearthing of an ancient city prophesied to bring about the return of the dreaded Mandarin. With the help of his best friend, Rhodey, his damaged heart is made functional again, so to speak, and he creates a suit of armor that is a technological wonder. Later, pursued by the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for selling weapons to the Chinese radicals, he secretly becomes the superhero Iron Man in order to stop the rise of Mandarin by destroying his four elemental demons before they can retrieve the five rings that will make him whole again. But Tony is also fighting to help a confused young woman named Li Mei who is caught up in the struggle.

    From Marvel Comics and Lionsgate, "The Invincible Iron Man" is another direct-to-DVD film in Marvel's new line of animated features, this one conveniently preceding a new live-action film starring Robert Downey, Jr. which comes out tomorrow (as I write this review).

The Invincible Iron Man
Directed by Frank Paur, Jay Oliva, Patrick Archibald

List Price:
Price: $9.99

"Click Here" to visit our store and read some rather extensive and descriptive customer reviews. I apologized for not posting them here "fully". But as I said, they are Extensive! They will tell you everything you need to know, and exactly what to expect, even from a Collectors point of view.

Note: At the time of "this" blog post,
we currently have 99 new or used available from $3.97.

If you do not want to shop at our store then click the "Iron Man" category link in the sidebar to see what we have listed from other sites. Or, use the "Search bar" at the top of this page.

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Sunday, May 25, 2008

The Incredible Hulk Preview!

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The Incredible Hulk!

I just got back from visiting Universal Studios' backlot where I was treated to some footage of Universal's upcoming Incredible Hulk movie.

Director Louis Leterrier and Producers Kevin Feige and Gale Anne Hurd introduced a few scenes from the movie then later talked about the feature and about their vision of The Hulk. I'm not allowed to talk about specifics until a later date, but the footage I saw looked great. We saw about three scenes and they are almost finished mixing the movie, getting it ready for its June 13th release.

For those of you worried about how this film will turn out, and even I had doubts at first, I don't think you'll have anything to worry about. The scene I saw between the Hulk and [edited] was, pun intended, incredible. On the way out of the mixing room I had to say to Louis, "Holy sh-- [edited], that was awesome."

read more at the latinoreview | digg story


The Incredible Hulk!

The most fascinating thing to watch at the First Hulk movie, was the reaction of everyone in the audience. Most people do not realize that the Hulk isn't like any other superhero. Most superheros, have some sort of "identity" crisis.

Torn between "who" they are -and who they would rather be- we find within them, human frailties, and weaknesses. But not so with the Hulk.

And neither with Bruce Banner, the Hulk's alter ego, so to speak. Which, is to speak wrongly as, as I said, both the Hulk and Bruce Banner know Exactly who they are, ...and what they are.

And "what, they" are, is a Monster!
A monster Hated by all, that's true.
But the Scariest thing about the Hulk,
is the truth about the Hulk.

Shock, and Awe! Fear, and Disgust!
These are the reactions I saw in the audience of the first Incredible Hulk movie.

No, the Hulk is Not like any other superhero. As in truth, the Hulk is not a superhero. But a Mindless Raging Hulk. Mean and Angry, full of Repressed Bitterness and Spite; The Hulk is a product of his environment.

Abused even from childhood -as that is how the Ag Lee film depicted him- yet now with all the Anger and Rage of a gasoline fed flame; I saw parents, leaving the theater wondering if they should have taken their children to see such a movie. (For they did not know that the Hulk was not a superhero.) In truth what they expected, was a Spiderman or a Superman to tickle their egos, and make them feel good. But what they got, was a Mindless Raging MONSTER!

Leaving the theater, you could see it in their faces; parent, and child alike. "Anger"! Just as when Bruce looked into the mirror to behold the Hulk (s scene from the movie), the Hulk was now on all their faces, and in their souls.

Better it would have been, to have taken them to see "Saving Private Ryan", "300", or some other movie rated "R" for it's violence. In deed it would have been better to have taken their children to a "XXX" rated movie, than to see the Hulk.

Because you see the scariest, and most frightening thing about the Hulk. And in deed the reason that the first Hulk movie is Now considered as a "bad" movie. Is that in truth, he is us, Unchained!


Saturday, May 24, 2008

Indiana Jones movie Starts War with Russia!


Breaking News:
Indiana Jones movie Starts War with Russia!

I can understand how they feel of course, as I wouldn't want some one making a movie putting me in a bad light. But, I mean, Come On! That's no reason to start a war.

Well, maybe it is. But then, the Russians can always make their own movie with the United States as the "Bad Guy". I mean, why not? Everybody else does. Including the United States!

from CNN:

  • Indiana Jones movie upsets communists
    MOSCOW, Russia (AP) -- Members of Russia's Communist Party are calling for a nationwide boycott of the new Indiana Jones movie, saying it aims to undermine communist ideology and distort history.
from CBS:
  • Russian Communists Say "Nyet" To Indy
    Makers Of Latest "Indiana Jones" Film Accused Of Wanting To Start New Cold War By Using Red Villains

    Alfred Hitchcock may have put it best: "It's only a movie."

    But members of Russia's Communist Party are taking the latest Hollywood blockbuster, opening around the world after its debut at the Cannes Film Festival last week, a little more seriously.

    They are calling for a nationwide boycott of the new Indiana Jones movie, saying it aims to undermine communist ideology and distort history.

    "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" stars Harrison Ford as an archaeologist in 1957 competing with an evil KGB agent, played by Cate Blanchett, to find a skull endowed with mystic powers.

Friday, May 23, 2008

No More Fake Autographs!


No More Fake Autographs!

As a Comic Book, Original Artwork, Memorabilia, and Autograph Collector; there is nothing more Maddening than to find that a piece that you have collected is FAKE!

Sue Zeidler, of the Reuters news agancy writes;

"Trekkies can boldly go online to get a personalized message from Captain Kirk himself via a Web site that puts a new twist on the global $4 billion memorabilia market often beset by fraud.

Actor William Shatner, beloved by legions as Captain James T. Kirk in the cult "Star Trek" series and a member of the "Boston Legal" cast, joins celebrity wrestlers, rockers, sports stars and an astronaut on, which claims to lower the velvet rope between fans and their heroes."

Essentially, what you get with LiveAutographs is, ...well, the best way for me to explain how it all works is to get out of the way and let explain it themselves. Hence; their "About Page":

" Brings the Stars to You! delivers a personalized celebrity experience --- right to your door!

Imagine your favorite superstar creating a personalized video message and autographing a piece of limited-edition memorabilia just for you. Plus, we capture all of the action on video. So, you'll be able to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience over and over again … and share it with your friends, too.

It's like getting a virtual VIP pass. So, say goodbye to standing in line, fighting the paparazzi, and trekking to Timbuktu for a quick peek at your favorite celebs. brings the stars to you!

Seeing is Believing! gives you more than a one-of-a-kind event. We give you a one-of-a kind guarantee: video and bar-coded proof that your autographed memorabilia is 100% authentic.

Did you know that according to the US Department of Justice, more than 50%, (and perhaps as much as 90%) of items on the autographed memorabilia market are counterfeit?

With, your celebrity message and autograph will be recorded with multiple cameras and verified by a security-encrypted barcode. It's the real deal!

Get 'Em While They're Hot!

Get a experience for yourself or someone special. It's a perfect gift for superfans of all ages --- a priceless experience that you just can't get anywhere else!

But, don't wait. There are a limited number of experiences available with each celebrity. So, if you see something you like, go for it … before we sell out."

With LIVE testimonials from:
William Shatner, Buzz Aldrin, Hulk Hogan, Danica Patrick, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, and Red Hot Carmen Electra!

. . . . . . . . . . .

Ok, so, that's about it. Except to say, of course,
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Ok, so you can also click here,

  • Yahoo-Reuters- "Memorabilia site lowers velvet rope, fights fraud"
    (this is the Sue Zeidler story as mentioned above.)
  • Yahoo-Reuters- Picture: At Auction

    Uniforms used as a props from the television series 'Star Trek' sit on display during a preview of the auction '40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection' at Christie's auction house in New York in this September 29, 2006 file photo.

    (Keith Bedford/Reuters)

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Pick any THREE comic books Your Choice for $10.00


Any 3 comic books for $10 *You pick 3 *Marvel,image,DC+

Item Number:
Quantity: 25 available
Price: $10.00
Seller Accepts: PayPal Money Order
Will ship to: Worldwide Wordwide

Seller's Published Comic Book List:

Adventures of Superman #500 (Sealed in white polybagged)

Aliens/Predator The Deadliest of the Species ,#1 (of 12) VF condition

Aliens Hive #3 (of 4) (Dark Horse Comics) VF condition

Amazing Heroes
#102 FN condition
Atari Force (DC)
#13 , Batman Shadow of the Bat FN
#14 FN condition

Battlestar Galactica
#7 GD condition
Brigade (Image, Mini-series)
#0 ,#1 , #2 (no coupon) NM condition. #3

Brigade (Image, Regular series)
#1 , #2 , #3 , #4

Cage #1 VF-NM condition

Caravan Kidd #5 (Dark Horse comic, cover) FN condition

CBG Price Guide Oct-Dec 1990 FN condition

Comics in 3-D (Disney's) #1 (polybagged)
Cops The Job #1

CyberForce (Image, Mini series) #1 (w/coupon)

Darkhold #1 (Polybagged)

Deathblow #1 (Image) #1

Doom 2099 #1

Freejack (Now Comics) #1
Gen 13 (Image,Mini-series)
#0, , #1 (2nd printing)

Gen 13 (Image, Regular series)
#2 , #3

Ghost Rider (1990)
#9 , #10 , #11 , #12 , #13 , #14 , #15 , (1st) , #15 , (2nd) ,
#16 , #17 , #18 , #19 , #20 , #21 , #22 , #23 , #24 ,
#25 , #26 , #27 , #28 , #29 , #30 , #31 , #32 , #33 ,
#34 , #35 , #36 , #37 , #38 ,

Green Hornet (Now Comics, 1st series)
#7 ,#8 , #9 , #10 , #11 , #12 , #13 ,#14

Green Hornet (Now Comics) 2nd Series #1

Hardware (polybagged) #1

Harbinger (Valiant)
#16 VF condition ,#17 VF condition

Harvey Comics
#5 The friendly Ghost Casper digest magazine VF condition
#9 Richie Rich The Poor Little Rich Boy digest magazine VF condition

Hellstorm (Marvel) #1

The Infinity War
#1 ,Infinity War Poster book FN condition

Iron Man #3 VF condition

Justic League American #6 FN condition

The Kindred (Image) #1
Lobo Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special ,

Lost in Space #8 VF condition

Mars Attacks Mini comics (pocket comic)
#1 ,#2

Married With Children (First series)
#3 ,#4 ,#5 ,#6 ,#7

Married with Children (Second Series)
#1 ,#2 ,#3 ,#4 ,#5 ,#6 ,#7 ,

The Maxx
#1 ,#2 ,#3 ,#4 ,

Monsters Hunters (Charlton Comics, 1976)
#4 VG condition
Morbius #1

Mr. T & the T-Force (Now Comics)
#1 (polybagged with Gold Foil trading card)

#0 VF condition

The New Adventures of the Felix the Cat #1

Nightstalker (Marvel) #1 (polybagged)
1963 (Image)
Book #1 , Book #2 , Book #3 , Book #4 , Book #5

Original Ghost Rider #1 , #2 , #3 , #4 , #5
Others (Image) #2 VF condition

Perg (Lightning Comics)
#2 VF-NM condition , #3

Phantom Force (Genesis West)
#3 VF condition ,#4 VF condition
Pitt (Image)
#1/2 , #1 , #2

Quantum Leap #1 VF condition
Ravage 2099
#1 , #2 VF condition #13

The Savage Dragon (Image)
#1 (mini series),#3 (mini series) ,#1 (regular series)

Shadowhawk (Image, mini series)
#1 (no coupon) #2 , #3 , #4 , #14

Shadowhawk (Image, volume 2) #1

Shadow Riders (Marvel) #1

Shaman’s Tears (Image) #1

#7 , #8 , #12

Shi Vs. Tomoe (Emboss covers)
#1 FN condition (Little crease on Emboss covers)

Silver Sable & The Wild Pack (Marvel) #1
Spawn (Image)
#6 , #8 , #11 , #12

Spiderman (Marvel)
#1 (Green, Regular) #2 , #3 , #4 , #5 , #6 , #7 ,
#8 , #9 , #10 , #11 , #12 , #13 , #14 , #15 ,
#16 , #17 , #18 , #19 , #20 , #21 , #22 , #23 ,
#24 , #25 , #26 (Giant size 30th anniversary issue)
#27 , #28 , #29 , #30 , #31 , #32

Spiderman 2099 #1

Spiderman Saga #4

Spirit of Vengeance #1 (polybagged)

Splitting Image! #1

Star Trek III The Search for Spock
A DC Movie Special VF condition

Stormwatch (Image)
#0 (Polybagged) , #1

Superman (DC) #75 (Second printing)

Supreme (Image, Volume 2)
#1 , #2 , #3

Swimsuit Special (Image) #1

The Terminator: Secondary Objectives
#4 (1 of 4, cover price) VF condition

Tribe (Image) #1

Twilight Zone (Now Comics)
#1 , (October 1991, second series)

Thunderbolts (Wizard / Marvel Comics) #0

Ultraforce / Avengers (Malibu Comics) #1

Uncanny X-Men #320 Deluxe (Wizard)

Union (Image) #1
Unity #0 (Give away issue) VF condition

Vampirella (Harris)#0 (Polybagged)

Vampirella Classic (Harris) #1

Vengeance of Vampirella (Harris)
#0 ,#3 ,#4 ,#5 ,#6 ,#9 , #12 ,#13 ,#14 ,#16 ,#17 ,#19

Vertigo Rave #? (1994)

Vigil Vamporum Animaturi (Millennium)
#? , May 1994, FN condition

Violator (Image) #2 ,

Visitor (Valiant) #6 , #7

Warlock & Infinity Watch (Marvel)
#1 , #3 , #4

Wetworks (Image)
#1 , #2 (variant cover?) #3 , #4 , #5

Wildcats (Image)
#1 ,#2 (no coupon) #3 , #4

Wildcats Trilogy (Image)
#1 FN condition

Wizard The Guide to Comics (Thick book)
#58 FN condition , #72 FN condition ,
#89 FN condition #108 VF condition

#87 GD condition ,
#66 FN condition , #92 GD condition

Wonder Man (Marvel) #25 VF condition

World Championship Wrestling #1

X-Factor Annual
#4 , (1989) VG

#1 (Reprint & numbered) ,
#2 (Reprint & numbered) ,
#3 (Reprint & numbered)
X-Files (original printing)
#4 , #5 , #6 , #7 , #8 , X-Files Comic Digest #1 VF condition

#2 , #3 , #4 , #5 , #6 , #7 , #8 , #9 , #10
#11 , #12 , #13 , #14 , #15 ,
#16 (Bagged) , #17 (Bagged)
X-Men (Marvel)
#1 cover A , (Proffessor Xavier, Beast, Storm & Jean Grey) ,
#1 cover B , (Gambit, Rogue, Collosus & Psyloche) ,
#1 cover C , (Wolverine, Cyclopse & Ice Man) ,
#1 cover D , (Magneto)

Youngblood (Image)
#0 , (no coupon) , #1 , #2 , (orange face/hair) ,
#2 , (purple hair, white face) , #3 , #4 , #5

Youngblood Strikefile (Image) #1 , #2
Youngblood Battlezone (Image) #1

Seller's Ad:

Pick any THREE comic books on this page of your choice for $10.00

Many comics are one-of-a-kind so please verify if I still have the comic book you wanted before you purchasing.

If you need six comics at $10 per 3 comics , enter 2 qualities. Total 6 comics at $20 plus shipping.
** Be sure to let me know which comic you would like to purchase **

All comics are in new (NM-M) condition (unless noted).
GD= Good , VG=Very good, F or FN=Fine, VF= Very fine

Buyers pay First Class or Priority Mail - I will combine shipping with other items.
Please make one payment for any item(s) you purchased.

Remember you are purchasing three comic at $10. If you need more than 3 comics, it would be $10 each for every 3 comics
If you are looking for multiple comic of the same title and issues number, please check with me first. About 95 percent of them are one of a kind item.

[link] Note: Seller has More pics on site

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