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    X-Men #94 (Marvel, 1975) CGC NM/MT 9.8 White pages. This near-perfect sharp-cornered 9.8 copy will make any X- fan drool, especially when you consider that while more than 2,500 copies have received Universal grades from CGC, only 7 have graded 9.8 (and none higher, so far). This is one of the five most valuable Bronze Age books, boasting 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, and one new recruit meets an early demise. Gil Kane and Dave Cockrum are the cover artists. Overstreet 2010 NM- 9.2 value = $1,200. CGC census 7/10: 7 in 9.8, none higher.

    View the certification for CGC Certification ID 1019108001 and purchase grader's notes if available.

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    August, 2010
    5th-6th Thursday-Friday
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