Resellers update your inventory with this vast assortment of (500+) mostly modern age comic books. The ranks of this balance of collection are populated in the majority by popular independent comic hero titles such Kick Ass, Witchblade, Bone, Black Bat, StormWatch, Archer & Armstrong and the like, with support from a sizeable contingent of Bronze and Copper Age magazines, including Cracked, Crazy, National Lampoon and others. Also present are various comic strip anthologies with Nemo, Ibis and Steve Canyon, miscellaneous fanzines and a few underground features such as Zack and Heep. Condition is favorable throughout, with a grade range of (90% FN-VF to NM-MT, 10% VG to FN). Many of the including characters went on to star in films and some got their start in video games and then made their way to the big screens.
CGC graded magazine format issues: 1983 Marvel Super Special #26 James Bond Octopussy (8.5 VF+); 1987 Mighty Mouse Adventure Magazine #1 (9.4 NM); 1990 Robocop 2: Official Movie Adaptation #1 (7.5 VF-)
Characters that appeared in movies: (8) Kick Ass with issue numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Hellboy Wizard special Premier Edition with COA; (2) X-Men Wizard special #1/2 with COA; (2) Watchmen; (6) Sin City; DK2 tpb by Frank Miller; Aliens vs Predators #3; League of Extraordinary Gentlemen; Tomb Raider #5, (2) X-Files #1; (2) Dark Horse The Terminator with #1 and #4; Masters of the Universe Dynamic Forces White Preview Book with COA; (2) 47 Ronin with #1 and #2; (2) Ghost in the Shell with #2 and #3; Marvel Comics The Rise of Apocalypse #1; (2) Super Mario Bros. with #2 and #7; Hamilton Comics Power Rangers #1; Image G.I. Joe #1
Magazines/Large Format Comics: 1987 The Death of Groo; 1974 Will Eisner’s Gleeful Guide to Communicating with Plants; 1998 Eightball; (4) 1970s German language Zack; 1975 Mational Lampoon Very Large Book of Comical Funnies; 1972 Cracked #106 with The Godfather cover; 1974 Crazy #5 Worst World; 1980 Bah, Hembeck; 1971 CarToons; (12) 1960s Huckleberry Hound Weekly; 1985 The Rocketeer; 1984 The Magic of Michael Jackson; 1984 There’s No Business by Charles Bukowski with R. Crumb illustrations; 1987 Gladstone Golden Anniversary Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; 1982 Bop #2
Other titles of note are: Archer & Armstrong, Bone, Witchblade, Vampirella, Ms. Mystic, Stormwatch, Lady Death, Black Bat, Judge Dredd, Rocketeer, Prince, New Kids on the Block, Simpsons, Nemo, Johnny Hazard, Thrilling Adventure, Next Men, Wildcats, Avengelyne, Heep, Nimbus, Hit, Turok, Johnny Quest, Wake and Dead Letters
Due to considerable weight, this lot will incur a significant shipping fee.