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    All-Flash Quarterly #1 (DC, 1941) Condition: VF/NM. The first issue of Flash's solo series is packed wall-to-wall with the Speedster's stories, drawn by E. E. Hibbard. This title was a result of a contest DC held with its readers to determine which character deserved his own title. All-Flash would run 32 issues before fading into the sunset, along with many other superhero books, due to waning interest in the genre. The copy offered here is beautiful, having sharp edges, a tight spine, and deep colors. There is a 1/2" tear on the right side of the front cover that has been glued from the inside, but the tear is open, leaving a bit of residue around it. CGC could not encapsulate this book due to its size, and a consensus grade was achieved in its place. We believe the glue is minor enough to warrant a blue label if slabbed, hence the unrestored grade above. Overstreet 2002 NM 9.4 value = $18,000.

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    October, 2002
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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