In 2011 when I finished my office in my house
I topped the room with a comic book hall of fame



strange tales astonish spider-man kraven giantman
Strange Tales 121 ( 1964, 2nd app Plantman )
Tales to Astonish 49 ( 1963, 1st app Giantman )
Amazing Spider-Man 15 ( 1964, 1st app Kraven )


Fantastic Four 30 ( 1964, 1st app Diablo )
Daredevil 3 ( 1964, DD still in yellow suit, 1st app Owl )
Journey into Mystery 98 ( 1963, 1st app Cobra )


X-Men 16 ( 1966, 3rd app Sentinels )
Tales of Suspense 43 ( 1963, 4th app of Ironman )


Avengers 6 ( 1964, 3rd app Capt America, 1st app Master of Evil )
Hulk 112 ( 1969, unremarkable )
Tales of Suspense 88 ( 1967, Capt America vs. Powerman and Swordsman)


Aquaman 18 ( 1964, wedding issue, Justice Leage app. )
Green Lantern 24 ( 1963, 1st app Mogo )


Action Comics 263 ( 1960, Superman on trial in the Bizarro world )
Sensation Comics 67 ( 1948, golden-age Wonder Woman )
and some HS track medals


Captain Marvel 65 ( 1946, golden-age Shazam )
Batman 201 ( 1968, classic cornball 60's Batman )
Flash 147 ( 1964, vs. Reverse-Flash )
and an old pinball glass


Wings Comics 93 ( 1948, classic busty gal in short skirt )
Exciting Comics 41 ( 1945, Black Terror fighting Japanese planes )
and some old funnies from 1913

Some of these comics would be worth $500-$1,000 each
if they were in Mint shape. But they are not even close.
They are so beat up (poor - fair) that I could only get a few bucks for them.

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