The first issue of Marvel Comics appeared in October of 1939 with the title Marvel Comics #1, long before the existence of the corresponding film franchises. It sold over 80,000 copies, allowing the company to release Marvel Comics #2 the following month. The publication would continue to secure recognition for years to come. The upcoming Curated Pop Culture, TCG, Comic, & Toy Online Auction, presented by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, will highlight a Marvel Comics Amazing Spider-Man (issue 3) from July 1963. This issue marks the introduction of Iron-Man, as well as the first appearances of Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Flash Thompson, and Liz Allen. This example is in good overall condition.
Other key items include a 1933 Babe Ruth #2 PSA 1 baseball card. Ruth made his Major League debut with the Boston Red Sox in 1914. He was traded to the New York Yankees six years later. In New York, Ruth became one of the best-known baseball players in history. The auction will also offer a set of 1957 Topps baseball cards that comes with Hank Aaron, Gil Hodge, Willie Mays, Duke Snider, Mickey Mantle, and Ted Williams editions. For more information and to register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:277
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Marvel Comics Tales of Suspense #39 CBCS 1.0||
|1933 Sport Kings Babe Ruth #2 PSA 1 Baseball Card||
|Marvel Comics Amazing Spider-Man #3 CBCS 3.5||
|6PC 1957 Topps Baseball Aaron Mantle Card Group||
|Marvel Comics Incredible Hulk #180 CBCS 4.0||
- Pop Culture
- 1933 Sport Kings Babe Ruth Baseball Card
- 6PC 1957 Topps Baseball Aaron Mantle Card Group
- Marvel Comics Amazing Spider-Man
- Marvel Comics Incredible Hulk
- Marvel Comics Tales of Suspense
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