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    Tales of Suspense Group (Marvel, 1963-68) Condition: Average FR. Includes #40 (second appearance of Iron Man - remaindered copy), 46 (first appearance of Crimson Dynamo), 51 (first appearance of Scarecrow - coverless), 52 (first appearance of Black Widow), 53 (origin of the Watcher, second appearance of Black Widow), 54, 55, 57 (origin and first appearance of Hawkeye), 58 (Captain America vs. Iron Man, classic cover), 59 (Iron Man/Captain America double features begin, classic cover, first Silver Age Cap solo story, first appearance of Jarvis), 61, 64, 65 (first Silver Age appearance of Red Skull), 66, 68, 69 (first appearance of Titanium Man), 70-74, 75 (first appearances of Sharon Carter and Batroc), 76 (coverless), 77, 78, 79 (three-part Iron Man vs. Sub-Mariner story begins, first appearance of Cosmic Cube, first modern appearance of Red Skull), 92, and 98. Artists include Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Gene Colan, and George Tuska. Approximate Overstreet value for group = $735.

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    July, 2013
    21st Sunday
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