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THE PARK AVENUE COLLECTION2144

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This is the last CAPTAIN MARVEL except for a coverless #31
from January 1944 and a coverless #57 from March 1946.



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Last group of my STAR SPANGLED COMICS.



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Now that's a cool cover!
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Underrated cover! Robin is such an under appreciated character within the hardcore golden age collector community. Robin has existed with Batman in the cannon longer than Batman's pre Robin days by YEARS! The character inspired countless sidekicks during the golden age. He is an historical super hero in his own right.
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Underrated cover! Robin is such an under appreciated character within the hardcore golden age collector community. Robin has existed with Batman in the cannon longer than Batman's pre Robin days by YEARS! The character inspired countless sidekicks during the golden age. He is an historical super hero in his own right.


Here is the graded copy.




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Underrated cover! Robin is such an under appreciated character within the hardcore golden age collector community. Robin has existed with Batman in the cannon longer than Batman's pre Robin days by YEARS! The character inspired countless sidekicks during the golden age. He is an historical super hero in his own right.

Dude really needs some pants though.
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Here's a few more LOONEY TUNES & MERRIE MELODIES



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I picked up this promotional comic, "Peter Penny and his
Magic Dollar" in 1947 at the Georgia Railroad Bank in
Augusta, GA. While there appears to be at least two (2)
other versions according to Overstreet, this is a third
version and the only graded Variant Edition.







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This is pretty cool, Marty. What makes it a variant?
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I picked up this promotional comic, "Peter Penny and his
Magic Dollar" in 1947 at the Georgia Railroad Bank in
Augusta, GA. While there appears to be at least two (2)
other versions according to Overstreet, this is a third
version and the only graded Variant Edition.







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This is pretty cool, Marty. What makes it a variant?

This is the version most commonly displayed. (Not my copy.)




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@martymann Thanks, that is pretty different!
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@martymann Thanks, that is pretty different!


I've tried numerous times to have Overstreet acknowledge it's
existence but up to now I have yet to hear back from them.

Marty Mann
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Kind of beat-up but still a fun read.



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Last two SUPERMAN COMICS in from my collection.



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Here is a sample of the unfortunate results of my comics
being packed and unpacked in supermarket boxes over the
years...I have no idea what happened to the torn pieces.



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