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    Green Lantern #1-12 Bound Volume (DC, 1941-44). Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, lands his own series as well as two new arch nemeses in this volume, namely Vandal Savage and the Gambler. Contents include issues #1 (origin retold, classic cover), #2 (first book-length story), #3 (classic war cover), #4 (Green Lantern and Doiby Dickles join the Army), 5, 6, #7 (robot cover), #8 (Hop Harrigan back-up stories begin, classic cover), 9, #10 (origin and first appearance of Vandal Savage), 11, and #12 (origin and first appearance of the Gambler), trimmed and securely bound into a hardcover volume. Artists include Howard Purcell, Mart Nodell, Sheldon Mayer, and Paul Reinman. The comics are in great condition, with gorgeous, glossy covers, off-white to tan pages, mild wear, and binding that is still tight and secure. Overstreet 2007 VG 4.0 value for group = $12,458.

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    February, 2008
    28th-29th Thursday-Friday
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