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    The Brave and the Bold #28 Justice League of America (DC, 1960) CGC NM 9.4 Off-white pages. The Silver Age of comics began with DC's decision to revive and update the concepts that made the Golden Age so successful. Here's one of their best revivals, in this "try-out" issue of Brave and the Bold. The transformation of the All Star Comics team, the Justice Society, into the more modern Justice League was truly inspired, and proved to be enormously popular with the current crop of comic book readers, most of whom were too young to remember the originals. After only two more Brave and the Bold appearances, the group was awarded their own series, which was a top seller throughout the 1960s, serving as inspiration for many more heroic teams to come -- including those at rival companies like Marvel. As Silver Age key issues go, this one is hard to beat. And this copy is the one to beat as well; currently, it remains the highest graded copy of issue #28 certified by CGC, with the next highest copy a modest VF/NM 9.0. Overstreet 2003 NM 9.4 value = $7,500.

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