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    X-Men #94 (Marvel, 1975) CGC NM+ 9.6 White pages. A sharp-cornered 9.6 copy of this will warm the heart of any Bronze Age fan -- note that over 2,000 copies have received Universal (unrestored) grades from CGC and just 26 have scored 9.6 or above -- that's how special a 9.6 is! The dark top and right edges look fantastic here. This is one of the five most valuable Bronze Age books, the debut of the new X-Men in this series fresh off their very first appearance in Giant-Size X-Men #1. It also features a key moment as charter members Angel, Marvel Girl and Iceman resign. Gil Kane and Dave Cockrum are the cover artists. Overstreet 2007 NM- 9.2 value = $1,080. CGC census 10/07: 24 in 9.6, 2 higher.

    View the certification for CGC Certification ID 0794327003 and purchase grader's notes if available.

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    November, 2007
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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