Action Comics #27 (3.0) Ad For Batman 1! 1940

Action Comics #27 (3.0) Ad For Batman 1! 1940

Action Comics #27 (3.0) Ad For Batman 1! 1940
Action Comics #27 (3.0) Ad For Batman 1! 1940

Action Comics #27 (3.0) Ad For Batman 1! 1940
ACTION COMICS #27 (3.0) AD FOR BATMAN 1! Size: 7″ x 10″. This item was uploaded by JP. International will be charged exact according to size and weight. If you have any specific questions or requests, please ask us prior to ordering and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. If there are any problems with your order whatsoever, please message us before leaving feedback and we’ll be happy to work with you to fix the situation! The price may vary based on size, weight, and location. When are your operation hours? We are not open on weekends, so if you send us a request on Friday evening we won’t get back to you until Monday afternoon. Please don’t take it as us ignoring you! We will work on your request Monday and get back to you as soon as we can. Also, if you order from us on a Friday evening or Saturday morning we won’t start processing your order until we open on Monday. The tracking hasn’t moved. We realize you’re eager to get your item, so if the tracking hasn’t moved in a few days please don’t be concerned. There are times when the tracking won’t even show movement until it’s in your area’s regional distribution center. This is normal in our experience. Is the item pictured the exact one for sale? We don’t use stock images and go through great lengths to scan or photograph everything we list. The item pictured is exactly what you should receive UNLESS it is a fixed price listing with multiple items available. Can you issue a COA? We can, upon request. Please make sure you leave us a note while checking out and shoot us a message immediately after requesting one, just to be sure. How do you grade? Grading is very subjective, but we are professionals with decades of grading experience between us who try the best we can to accurately describe the condition of the items we list. Anthony is an Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide Advisor. Please see the grading chart below for a breakdown of how we grade: NOTE: We don’t grade any raw books higher than 9.2, as once you go higher than that grading gets really subjective. 9.2 NM Near Mint 9.0 VF/NM Very Fine/Near Mint 8.5 VF+ Very Fine+ 8.0 VF Very Fine 7.5 VF- Very Fine- 7.0 FN/VF Fine/Very Fine 6.5 FN+ Fine+ 6.0 FN Fine 5.5 FN- Fine- 5.0 VG/FN Very Good/Fine 4.5 VG+ Very Good+ 4.0 VG Very Good 3.5 VG- Very Good- 3.0 GD/VG Good/Very Good 2.5 GD+ Good+ 2.0 GD Good 1.8 GD- Good- 1.5 FR/GD Fair/Good 1.0 FR Fair 0.5 PR Poor. If it looks unusually high to you please send us a message and we’ll be happy to double check for you. Yes, of like items. Such as: several comics can fit in one cardboard mailer, as can more than one record. Multiple art pages can easily be combined because they are light and thin. For instance, two statues require a much bigger box. Same goes for CGCs, as the package gets bigger and heavier as you go. I’ve had some bad experiences.. You needn’t worry; we are professionals who value your business and want your item to arrive safely as much as you do. I have been collecting for over 30 years. I send out items the way I would like to receive them. This is normal for our Post Office and will not impact you receiving your item in a timely matter. What is the difference between a RUN and a LOT? A RUN will be a collection of consecutive issues with no breaks in between them. If it says RUN of #s 1 – 50 you will receive 50 consecutive comics. A LOT will be within a certain range, so a 50pc LOT will not contain consecutive books. Pictured left to right, my employees: Chris, Connelly, Bobby, & Shannon alongside my family: Sharon, Myself (Anthony), Cameron, AJ, and Jamison Snyder. AS SEEN ON TV. The item “ACTION COMICS #27 (3.0) AD FOR BATMAN 1! 1940″ is in sale since Saturday, October 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “anthonyscomicbookart-online” and is located in Moonachie, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Grade: 3.0 GD/VG
  • Publisher: DC

Action Comics #27 (3.0) Ad For Batman 1! 1940

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Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
October 1939 DC Comics. Origin & 1st Three Aces Last non-Superman cover. 2 ads 1939 New York’s World Fair. Siegel, Finger & Fox (Stories) Wayne Boring (Cover) Bert Christman, Bernard Bailey & Bob Kane (Art) Fred Guardineer (Cover & Art). While riding horses with Mary on her father’s farm, Pep. Is introduced to Jake Garrow, owner of the neighboring ranch. An old man the locals call “Old Elias” is scaring people off Jake’s land with a shotgun. But when Pep digs a little deeper, he discovers that Elias may not be the crazy troublemaker he at first seems. Garrow tries to frame Elias for the killing of some sheep, but when that doesn’t work, he resorts to murdering a ranch-hand and pinning the blame on Elias. Pep uncovers the truth, however, when the bullet used to commit the murder is matched with Garrow’s own weapon. Chuck Dawson: “The Frame”. Wanders into a town, hitching his horse by the trough while he stops in the local pub. Among the crowd, he hears his name being called. To Chuck’s surprise, he’s greeted by Bart Jackson, an old friend of his. Before the two hombres could catch up, though, the sheriff comes in and arrests Bart for murder! Bart swears he didn’t kill anyone, but no one except Chuck believes him. Later, a man takes Chuck aside and tells him that he also believes Bart is innocent. If Chuck would only go to the sheriff’s office and hold off the lynch mob that will inevitably gather there. Chuck agrees this is a good idea and runs to the office. But when he gets there, he finds the Sheriff’s been murdered, and Bart was missing! A posse is heard outside, and Chuck sees them being led by the man he just spoke to. Suddenly, it all became clear. It was a set-up by that man to get Chuck framed for the sheriff’s death, getting him out of the way. Well, Dawson wouldn’t have it! He escaped out the door and leapt across rooftops to his horse, Blacky. Together, they rode on out of town! Clip Carson: “The Cult of the Tiger (Part II)”. Stepping stealthily to the door. Meets Nakir, the Chunda family’s servant, on the other side of the door. He was just bringing his master and Clip some cool drinks for the warm night. A bloodcurdling cry is heard coming from Japur’s room! Clip and Jaffeer race to see what was wrong. Another member of the Tiger Cult has attacked Japur! Clip shoots the fiend dead with his pistol! Japur is bleeding out and doesn’t move. Moments later, as Jaffeer and Panjore wait in the hall, Clip comes out and reports that Japur is dead. The next night, Clip notices someone moving about in the shadows. The figure creeps off the grounds and into the jungle. Clip keeps hidden as he follows behind. But a man wearing a tiger skin knocks him out from behind with a blunt object. Clip regains consciousness inside a cavern with a large, old statue, depicting a man with the head of a tiger. At the base of the statue is a throne on which sits Panjore, with Jaffeer at his side. The two of them have revived the long dead Cult of the Tiger, paying the natives to pretend to be from the old tribe, all so they could kill off the inheritors of the Chunda riches. Then, right in front of Clip’s eyes, Panjore turns on Jaffeer and has his followers kill him, so that now won’t have to split the inheritance. He sics his natives on Clip, who begins to fight them off with the skills he’s picked up in his adventures. Suddenly, a pair of elephants charge into the cave, carrying Nakir and a very alive Japur! In the face of this elephant cavalry charge, the Tiger-men flee, abandoning their leader as they run back into the jungle. In his panic, Panjore accidentally steps in one great animal’s path, and is crushed to death by its mighty foot! The next day, Clip says his goodbyes to Japur and Nakir as he leaves to find new adventures. Three Aces: “The Captured Planes”. “Fog” Fortune, “Gunner” Bill, and “Whistler” Will were former army pilots who grew sick of the futility of war and the tragedy it brought, so they decided to team up and use their skills to help restore peace and sanity to the world. This earned them the title “The Three Aces”, bestowed by the people they helped. While staying in Baghdad, the Three Aces meet a young woman and a doctor who need to cross the desert where the young woman’s father lies ill. But the journey would take days by camel, and she fears her father hasn’t that long to wait. Whistler Will, never one to shy away from a lady’s plea, agrees that he and the others will be happy to fly them across, their planes will be quicker than any ground transport. But it’s a trick! The Aces (except for the suspicious Gunner Bill) land near a camp of men that seem to be in trouble. The men then take out machine guns and force Fog and Whistler out of the cockpits. Gunner swoops around and tries firing on the hijackers, but with his friends as hostages, he dares not endanger them. So he continues circling around the camp, waiting. But his fuel eventually runs out, so he is forced to land. The bandits follow his plane on horseback. What they don’t notice until it is too late, is the squadron of British fighter planes coming straight at them! Gunner had been on his radio the whole time, to summon the reinforcements. Soon, the plane hijacking operation has been quashed, the doctor and his cohorts are all arrested, and the Three Aces fly off to find more people in need. “Justice League Part 2″ Movie in Theaters April 8th, 2021! The item “Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces” is in sale since Monday, April 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “madeofmiracles925″ and is located in Dublin, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification Number: 1361737002
  • Issue Number: 18
  • Certification: CGC
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Series: 1
  • Grade: 3.5
  • Publication Date: November 1939
  • Publisher: DC
  • Year: 1939

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces