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    Fantastic Four #1 (Marvel, 1961) CBCS VF+ 8.5 White pages. Marvel's first superhero team, the Fantastic Four changed everything for the company; what had become a third-rate publisher of monster comics suddenly shot to the top of the heap, giving then-dominate publisher DC Comics a real challenge. In addition to introducing Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards), The Invisible Woman (Sue Storm), the Human Torch (Sue's younger brother Johnny), and The Thing (Ben Grimm), this key issue also features the origin and first appearance of Mole Man. Cover and art by Jack Kirby. Currently sitting at #3 on Overstreet's list of Top 20 Silver Age Comics. High-grade copies of this comic are so hard to find; this one looks pretty sweet, with white inner pages. Overstreet 2014 VF 8.0 value = $28,000; VF/NM 9.0 value = $69,000. CGC census 2/15: 13 in 8.5, 14 higher.

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    February, 2015
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
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