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1968 Iron Man #1 Comic Book CGC 4.0 w/ Complete Set 500 IssuesGo Back
Winning Bid: $1,512.50
Winning Bid: $1,512.50
Auction ends: August 26, 2017 8:00 PM
Total price with Buyers Premium: $1,815.00
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Iron Man- #1 CGC 4.0, White Pages, 5/68.
You are bidding for the entire collection of Iron Man. We have only pictured the #1 graded issue. All other issues are in similar condition. All the other issues are very clean comics.
Key for this massive complete collection is that they all come from one collector. Yes! One owner on these books and they were stored in pristine condition. Sleeved with cardboard backs, these books have not seen the light of day since their inception. When we collect our comics we want them in pristine condition. Welcome to the world of our collector. He has one of the largest comic collections in the world. His passion continued on into how he stored each of his comics. He stored them with love. Each one has been sealed and protected in sleeves. All comics have been housed in a climate controlled space. VG+ condition Marvel Comics Group.
#1 Issue: Cover pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Mike Esposito. “Alone Against AIM,” script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Johnny Craig; Iron Man is captured by A.I.M using a suction beam and trapped in a submarine by orders of Mordius; Meanwhile A.I.M. soldiers are gloating about how they have sunk The Maggias gambling ship and destroyed their leadership; The Golden Avenger is knocked out by gas while back on the sinking Maggia ship Jasper Sitwell is evacuating the passengers; Sitwell stumbles upon Whitney Frost whom he recognises from Stark Industries as one of Tonys admirers; Sitwell rescues Frost and they are taken aboard a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicopter where Nick Fury awaits; When alone Frost reveals herself to be The Big M, leader of The Maggia, and her plan to use Sitwell to learn the secrets of Stark Industries. Continued between Iron Man and Sub-Mariner #1 and Avengers #51. “The Origin of Iron Man,” script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Johnny Craig; An abridged retelling of Iron Man’s origin from Tales of Suspense #39. 36 pg