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    The Brave and the Bold #28 Justice League of America (DC, 1960) CGC NM- 9.2 Off-white pages. This is the first appearance of the Justice League of America, and we'd say this book is the highlight of the David N. Toth collection... though if one of the other keys is your favorite, more power to you! This copy has nice page quality as does the rest of the collection, and of all the copies of #28 we've sold we have yet to see one certified with better page quality than "off-white." Also particularly outstanding is the white back cover, the freshest we've seen on any copy of this book. A strict Near Mint-minus copy is a Silver Age collector's dream.

    The issue is also the first appearance of villain Starro and gadfly/sidekick Snapper Carr, and it's just the fourth appearance of the Silver Age Green Lantern, pre-dating his own book. Gary Carter noted that for a generation too young to have heard of the Justice Society, this key "meant that all the DC characters must live in the same universe... that they must have heard of each other... and most importantly, that they could have adventures together! This 'new' team concept was a revelation with far-reaching implications." Overstreet 2008 NM- 9.2 value = $11,500. CGC census 4/08: 1 in 9.2, 1 higher. From the David N. Toth Collection.

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