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All Other Comic Books for sale are listed in alphabetical order by title. The publisher and the year the series began are listed after the title. Sorry, sets and runs are combined for a reason, usually storylines or continuity, and will not be broken. Please see the Condition guide for grading codes. To purchase anything, see the How To Order page.


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SHATTERED EARTH (Eternity, 1986): #5 F/VF; Science Fiction tale.  $1

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SHOCK SUSPENSTORIES (EC Comics, 1952): #6 VG; Covers have perimeter chipping, "B 10/10" arrival date inked on the logo "S," Minor front cover tear was taped and that stuck to page 1 causing a spot tear on page 1, whiteout on inside cover on tape spot, page edges are tan; December 1952-January 1953, Classic Wally Wood bondage/Klan cover art, Interior artwork by Wally Wood, Graham Ingels, Joe Orlando, and Jack Kamen. Pre-code stories from Bill Gaines and EC. 20% off Guide Value. See covers  $165

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SITTING ON THE DOCK OF THE BAY-CON '86 (Wildcat Press, 1986): No Number, NM; B&W mini-comic with 8 pages of sketches by Mark Bodé, Bill Fitts, Bernard Carbonell, and Dan Seneres, Second Printing of a very limited mini given out at the San Jose Convention. See covers  $7.50

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SPACE: 1999 (Charlton, 1975)
#2 VF/NM;
Joe Staton artwork and cover painting. See cover  $16.25

#3 NM-; John Byrne artwork and cover art, Last 25¢ issue. See covers  $30

#4 NM+; John Byrne artwork and cover art. See covers  $37.50

#5 NM-; John Byrne artwork and cover art. See covers  $30

#6 VF-; John Byrne story, artwork and cover art. See cover  $12

#7 NM-; Pat Boyette artwork and cover painting,  Last issue. See cover  $22

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SPACE WAR (Charlton, 1959): #23 G+; Arrival date "JUN 21 1963" stamped on front cover, name written on front cover twice and "M" inked at top back cover border.  $3.50

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STAR REACH (Star Reach, 1974) - #1 AVAILABLE SIGNED!!!
#1 VF-;
First Printing, April 1974, 75¢ cover price, 48 pages, Howard Chaykin cover and interior artwork, First appearance of Cody Starbuck, Jim Starlin back cover and interior artwork, also Walt Simonson and Steve Skeates art. Later printings flipped the covers and put Jim Starlin's original back cover on the front and moved Chaykin's original Cody Starbuck front cover to the back. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this issue. (2 copies available)  $15

#1 VF/NM; SIGNED on page 1 bottom by Jim Starlin in red ink. First Printing (75¢ cover price), April 1974, 48 pages, Same Contents as Above. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this issue. By clicking the "See covers" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See covers  $35

#1 VF-; SIGNED on the inside front cover by publisher Mike Friedrich in black ink with some bleed through into cover. First Printing (75¢ cover price), April 1974, 48 pages, You must be 18 years of age or older to order this issue, Same Contents as Above.  $20

#1 VF with a 1/8 inch back cover and last page edge tear; Priced as F, Same Contents as Above.  $9

#1 VF with a top right corner dog-ear thru last half of the issue; Priced as VG; Same Contents as Above.  $6

#1 VG with binding strap marks; Priced as G, Same Contents as Above.  $3

#6 VF/NM; Published 1976, April 1977, Second Printing ($1.25 cover price), 48 pages; Jeff Jones painted color front cover with the same painting printed on the back cover as pure artwork without any text. This issue is a feast for the eyes featuring Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melnibone by Eric Kimball and Bob Gould, "Childsong" with art by Gene Day and Steve Leialoha, Ray Bradbury’s “Why Viking Lander/Mars?” illustrated by Alex Nino, "The Gods of Mount Olympus" with art by Joe Staton, "Out of Space, Out of Time" by Gary Lyda, also Becky Wilson frontispiece. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this issue. See covers  $10

#7 NM-; January 1977, First Printing ($1.25 cover price), 48 pages; Barry Smith wraparound color cover artwork, features “I’m God!” story by Dave Sim and Fabio Gasbarri, "The Bushi" by Sitoshi Hirota and Masaichi Mukaide (possible first manga in a U.S. comic book), "Skywalker" by Mike Vosburg with Steve Englehart, "Headtrips" by Lee Mars, "My Fears" the first Jeff Bonivert pro published work, "The Gods of Mount Olympus" with art by Joe Staton. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this issue. By clicking the "See covers" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See covers  $14

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STAR TREK (Gold Key, 1967)
#24 F-; Last 20¢ issue. See cover  $10

#26 VG+; See cover  $8

#28 VF+; See cover  $31

#29 F; 1/4 inch back cover top edge tear; Reprints Star Trek #1. See cover  $10.50

#30 F+; Non-painted psychedelic cover art. See cover  $15

#31 VF/NM-; See cover  $37.60

#33 VF/NM; See cover  $39.60

#34 F-; See cover  $8

#36 VG; See cover  $5

#37 VF; Reprints Star Trek #5. See cover  $21.60

#38 VF/NM-; Al McWilliams artwork. See cover  $37.60

#40 F+; Al McWilliams artwork. See cover  $14

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STREET FIGHTER (Ocean, 1986): #1 - 4 Complete NM-M Set; Origin told, Gary Kato's artwork is done in a "Ditko-esque" style. Sold as a set of 4 issues. Guide Value is $15+  All for $12

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SUPERHERO MERCHANDISE CATALOGUES (Superhero Enterprises, 1975)
All color and comic book size. These are excellent toy references predominantly filled with Marvel and DC collectibles from the 1970s, but you'll also see a number of Micronauts, Planet Of The Apes, Space: 1999, Star Trek, Star Wars, and KISS items. Filled with Mego Toys & Dolls, Posters, Buttons, Watches, Clocks, Coloring Books, Cups, Buckles, Patches, Board Games, Books, Comics, T-Shirts, Statues, Models, Magazines - you name it! The last four issues were produced by Joe Kubert's Comic Art School. Neal Adams, Jack Kirby, John Romita and Frank Frazetta art reprints are scattered in the latter issues. The majority of the last four issues listed were shipped bound into TBG, which is why they have staple holes. Early issues were mailed folded and often had address labels.

The Superhero Merchandise Catalog #1 VG- folded in half mailed issue; 1975, 16 pages, Marvel and Planet of the Apes items only in this issue - with an emphasis on Spider-Man. This was the first catalogue in the series and is introduced by Stan Lee. Artwork by Dan Adkins, Howard Bender, Ron Wilson, and Brian Moore. Marvel Mego Dolls and Superhero Comic Doodles on the back cover. See cover  $10

The Superhero Merchandise Catalog #2 F/VF; 1976, No address label, 32 pages, Artwork by Dan Adkins, Howard Bender, Ron Wilson, Bruce Patterson, Gary Brodsky, and others. Marvel and DC Super-hero Flashlights, Black-light posters and a Batman clock on the back cover. See cover  $9

The Superhero Catalog of Games, Books, Toys, Puzzles #1 F/VF with back cover fold; September 1976, No address label, 48 pages, Artwork by Marie Severin, Dan Adkins, Bruce Patterson, Gary Brodsky, and others. Super Baby Rag Dolls and Super Friends Party Set on the back cover. See cover  $9

The Superhero Book of Goodies #2 VF/NM with a staple hole through issue at top; April 1977, No address label, 48 pages, Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, and Rick Taylor. Marie Severin and Dan Adkins contribute art, as well. Marvel and DC flashlights, toothbrushes and wrist radios on the back cover. See cover  $11

The Superhero Book of Goodies #2 VF-; April 1977, No address label, 48 pages, Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, and Rick Taylor. Marie Severin and Dan Adkins contribute art, as well. Marvel and DC flashlights, toothbrushes and wrist radios on the back cover. See cover  $8

The Superhero Catalogue #5 NM with a staple hole through issue at top; Fall 1977, No address label, 48 pages, Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Rick Taylor, and others. DC super-heroes cups, placemats and string art on the back cover. See cover  $12

The Superhero Catalogue #6 VF/NM with a staple hole through issue at bottom; Spring 1978, No address label, 48 pages, Joe Kubert cover, splash page and interior artwork. Early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, Ron Randall, Tom Mandrake, Jan Dursema, Dave Dorman, Karl Kesel, and others. Star Wars masks on the back cover. See cover  $10

The Heroes World Catalogue #1 VF/NM with a staple hole through issue at bottom; 1979, No address label, 48 pages, Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tim Truman, and others. The Lord Of The Rings action figures on the back cover. See cover  $11

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SUPER RABBIT (Timely, 1940s): Unknown Number, Coverless, but complete, with a piece of tape on the front page. From the World War II contents ("Buy War Bonds" and "Send your regards to Berlin! Autograph a Blockbuster!"), this must be a Golden Age issue from 1942-45. Contents: Super Rabbit, Puffy Pig (Frankenstein story), Waldo Wolf & Ferdy Fox, Percy Penguin & Fizz, Morty Monk & Buck Baboon (both ride a Blockbuster to Tokio), Floop & Skilly Boo, and Widjit Witch (who also has a text piece). This is probably an issue of Comedy Comics (or even possibly another Timely funny animal title). If anyone can identify this issue from the scan, please let me know. See Page 1  $5

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