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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Lightning strikes again

Holy mackerel!

Detective Comics #27 (DC, 1939) CGC VF 8.0 Off-white to white pages
Sold for: $1,075,500.00

Detective Comics was what gave the company now known as DC its name, and was innovative as a single-theme comic in a day when a variety of features was the norm. But up to this point in the series' run this anthology title was fairly unremarkable except for some striking covers. Of course, those early issues are fervently sought after today, but the interiors were populated by the fairly standard likes of Slam Bradley and Speed Saunders, nothing a kid would go out of his way to ask a newsdealer for.

Read about it HERE!

No we don't have any copies. If we did I wouldn't be sitting here in front of this stupid computer, lemme tell ya. Man, talk about recession-proof!

(Thanks to alert reader Mike Bollinger for the tip!)

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At 2/25/2010 10:12 PM, Blogger phatmogera said...

Still no demand for Micra #1, though...


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