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    Adventures Into the Unknown #21 White Mountain pedigree (ACG, 1951) CGC NM+ 9.6 White pages. A mere two copies of the issue have garnered high-grade (at least VF 8.0) status from CGC to date and our offering is clearly the nicer of the two. Although Overstreet notes that the title was the "first continuous series supernatural comic" and ran almost twenty years, while other titles of the genre were coming and going. The series employed such stalwart comic artists as Al Williamson, Johnny Craig, Edmond Goode, Fred Guardineer, Roy Krenkel, Ogden Whitney, and John Buscema along the way. Overstreet 2002 NM 9.4 value = $210.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2003
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
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