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List of Comics (magazines* and books (1-9))

* 10. on in plastic covering and flat condition, with no tears, majority 6.0-8.5 (F-VF+) condition
**Overstreet Price “Guide” from 42nd ed (2012-2013), in no particular order

Title Date Orig. Price

SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS

Science Fiction Quartery August, 1957 V. 5, Number 2 35 c



Flying Saucers, The Magazine of Space Conquest October, 1959
issue No 26, FS-12 35 c

The Golden Book Magazine, October 1933, Vol XVIII, No. 106 25 c

Flying Saucers From Other Worlds, July 1957 35 c

Science Fiction Quarterly, November 1955, Vol. 4., No. 1 25 c

Science Fiction Quarterly, August 1956, V. 4, No. 4 25 c

Science Fiction Quarterly, November 1956, V. 4, No. 5 25 c

Startling, a Thrilling Publication, June, 1953, V. 30, No. 2 25 c

Planet Stories (no front cover), Spring Isssue, 1950 Vol. IV, No. 6 20 c



COMIC MAGAZINES

The Spectre Returns! Adventure Comics, Apr. 30415 No. 432, Pub. 1974 20 c


Grade: 6.0, Avg. $12
Adventure Comics starring Aquaman, Oct. 30415 No. 441, Pub. 1975 25 c
Title: “Adventure Comics Starring Aquaman King of the 7 Seas”
Storyline: “The Pirate who Plundered Atlantis!”
Grade: 7-8, Between $6-8

Beowulf Dragon Slayer, Sept. 32416 No. 3 Pub. 1975-1976 25c


Feature: “From Beyond the Stars they Come…Bringing Death!”

Beowulf, Jan. 32416 No. 5



Beowulf, Sept. 32416 No. 3, Pub. 1975 25c
Feature: “Nan-zee can’t help Beowulf as he battles…The Serpent of Satan!”

Fantagor Number One, Pub. 1970
Condition: Some staining creased corner on cover 50 c
Underground Comic, Grade 3

Forever People, May 30490 No. 8 25 c


Grade: 5-6, price $12

Forever People, May 30490 No. 8 (2nd copy) 25 c


Grade: 6, price $15-17

Overstreet prices for the Demon: No. 2-5, 6-8 (F = $12, VF = 28, VF/NM or 9.0 = $44)

The Demon, Dec. 30683 No. 4 Pub. 1972 20 c


Title: “From the Eerie Wilderness of Transylvania, The Evil Boils in a Cauldron of Hate..And Spills Over to Challenge Merlin And..”
Also: “The Strange Thing that live on Fear! The Creature from the Beyond”

The Demon, Jan 30683 No. 5 Pub. 1973 20 c


Title: “An Evil Witch Whose Powers Stagger the Mind and Freeze the Soul! Only One Would Dare to Defy Her!--”

Overstreet prices for the Demon: No. 10 & 13, 6-8 (F = $9, VF = 20, VF/NM or 9.0 = $30)


The Demon, July 30683 No. 10, Pub. 1973 20c
Title: “To Recover a Lost Soul, He Had to Face the Terrors of the Inferno!”

The Demon, Oct. 30683 No. 13 (copy of #78) 20c


Kirby Art Comic
Grade: 6-8, between $10-20

The Demon, Oct. 30683 No. 13 Pub. 1973 20c


Title: “Sorcery and Death Above Gotham City Streets!” “The Demon”
Grade: 6-8, between $10-20

Ghosts, Feb. 30512 No. 3 Pub. 1972 25 c


52 pages, Grade: 6-8, price $20-40

Ghosts, Apr. 30512 No. 4 Pub. 1972 25 c


52 pages, Grade 4-6, price $15-20

Ghosts, Dec. 30512 No. 10 20 c

Ghosts, May 30512 No. 38 25 c

Ghosts, June 30512 No. 39 25 c

Ghosts, Aug. 30512 No. 41 25 c

Ghosts Feb. 30512 No. 45 25 c

Ghost Castle, Oct 32473, No. 3 25 c

Kamandi, Mar. 30566, No. 49 30 c



Kamandi, Nov. 30566, No. 23 30 c

Kamandi, Aug. 31650, No. 32 50 c

Kamandi, Sept. 30566, No. 33 Pub. 1975 25 c
Feature: “It was the first of it’s Kind….”

Kamandi, Oct. 30566, No. 34 Pub. 1975 25 c


Feature: “This is it! Tiger War!”

Kamandi, Nov. 30566, No. 35 Pub. 1975 25 c


Feature: “…The Soyuz Survivor!”

Kamandi, Dec. 30566, No. 36 Pub. 1975 25 c


Feature: ‘Everyone is Just Dying to Get into “The Hotel”’

Kamandi, Jan. 30566, No. 37 Pub. 1976 25 c


Feature: “Who Lurks Behind the Crimson Mask?”

Kamandi, June 30566, No. 30 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “…Kamandi The Last Boy on Earth”
Feature: “….Wildest Place on Earth!”

Kamandi, July 30566, No. 31 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “…Kamandi The Last Boy on Earth”
Feature: “He was a Boy..Alone on an Island…”

Kamandi (1st DC Issue) Nov. 30566 No. 1 20 c
Kirby Art
Grade 6-7, Overstreet price: $25-50

Kamandi, Oct. 30566 No. 46 30 c

Kamandi, July 30566 No. 43 30 c

Kamandi, Aug. 30566 No. 8 20 c

Kamandi, Apr. 30566 No. 16 20 c

Kamandi, Aug. 30566 No. 20 20 c

Note: New Gods Issue #5,7,8 Young God’s Feature, #9 1st app. Forager, #10,11 Last Kirby Issue, #4-9 52 page giants, #7 Darkseid app.

New Gods, Mar. 30595 No. 7 Pub. 1972 25 c


Title: “A Great Mystery is Explained--In the Greatest Battle Ever Fought By the”
Extra: “Manhunter in “The Legend of the Silent Bear”
Grade: 7 (btw fine and VF), est. avg. market $20
Overstreet #4-9 price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $12-$24-$37)

New Gods, Mar. 30595 No. 7 (2nd copy) 25 c

New Gods, July 30595 No. 9 25 c
Graded: 6-8, Overstreet Price: $12-25

New Gods Nov. 30595 No. 11 Pub. 1972 20 c


Feature: “Orion and Kalibak Locked in Titanic Battle!! Which Only the Black Racer Can Win!!
And “A Shocking Secret Revealed!! In Darkseid and Sons!”
Title: “The New Gods”
Note:
Last Kirby Edition
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $9-$20-$30)

House of Mystery, Oct., No. 273 Pub. 1979 40 c


Title: “Do You Dare Enter…The House of Mystery”
Feature: “The Rites of Inheritance!” Title: “There’s No Escape from…The House of Secrets”
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$8-$10)

House of Mystery, Feb. 30530 No. 222 20 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $9-$19-$29)

House of Mystery, Aug. 30530 No. 234 25 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $?-$?-$?)

House of Mystery, Mar. 30530 No. 200 25 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $21-$44-$72)

The House of Secrets, Aug. 30535, No. 134 Pub. 1975 25 cents


Title: “There’s No Escape from…The House of Secrets”
Feature: “Inheritance of Blood”
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $9-$21-$32)

Note: House of Secrets was combined with “The Unexpected” after issue #154

The House of Secrets, Aug. 30535, No. 134 (copy of above) 25 c

The House of Secrets, May 30535 No. 131 25 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$11-$16)

The House of Secrets, June 30535 No. 132 25 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$11-$16)

The House of Secrets, July 30535 No. 133 25 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$11-$16)

House of Secrets, Dec. 30535 No. 138 25 c


Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$8-$10)

The Phantom Stranger, Apr. No 6 Pub. 1970 15 c


Title: “Follow Me into Weird Worlds..For I Am The Phantom Stranger”
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $15-$35-$55)

The Phantom Stranger, Sept. 30615, No. 38 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “Follow Me into Weird Worlds..For I Am The Phantom Stranger”
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$13-$18)

Shazam! The Original Captain Marvel, Oct. 30688, No. 6, pub. 1973 20 c


Title: “With One Magic Word…Shazam! The Original Captain Marvel”
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $9-$14-$20)

Shazam! The World's Mightiest Mortal, Oct 30688, No. 20, Pub. 1975 25 c


Feature: “Can the World’s Mightiest Family Defeat the Most Dangerous Menaces in the Universe!”
Overstreet price: (F-VF-VF/NM is $6-$11-$16)

Overstreet prices for the SSWS: No. , 184-199(F = $6, VF = 13, VF/NM or 9.0 = $18)

Star Spangled War stories featuring the Unknown Soldier 25 c


May 30650, No. 187, Pub. 1975

Star Spangled War Stories , July 30650, No. 189 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “Star Spangled War stories Featuring the Unknown Soldier”

SSWS, Dec. 30650, No. 194 Pub. 1975 25 c
Title: “Star Spangled War stories Featuring the Unknown Soldier”

Tarzan presents Edgar Rice Burroughs Weird Worlds, 20 c


Mar. 30681, No. 4, pub. 1973
Feature: “David Innes Finds His Beloved…in the Clutches of a Beast!”
Plus: Action-jammed adventure with…John Carter…warlord of Ma)
Condition: small tear in bottom corner of front cover

Tarzan Family presents Korak, Feb. 31670, No. 61 50 c



Tarzan of the Apes, June 30678 No. 209 (3rd DC Issue) Pub. 1972 25 c
Title: “Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan of the Apes”
Special Comment: 3
rd DC Issue

The Unexpected, Sept. No. 108 12 c

The Unexpected, Nov. No. 109 12 c

The Unexpected, Mar. No. 111 12 c

The Unexpected May No. 112 12 c

The Unexpected July No. 113 12 c

The Unexpected Nov. No. 115 12 c

The Unexpected May No. 118 15 c

House of Secrets, Oct. No. 62 12 c

House of Secrets, Nov. No. 82 15 c

House of Secrets, Jan. No. 83 15 c

House of Secrets, July No. 86 15 c

House of Secrets, May 30535 No. 97 25 c

The Witching Hour, Aug. 30720 No. 57 Pub. 1975 25 c

House of Mystery Oct. No. 182 , Pub. 1969 15 c
Title: “Do you Dare Enter the House of Mystery”

House of Mystery Apr. No. 185, Pub. 1970 15c


Title: “Do You Dare Enter the House of Mystery”

House of Mystery Oct. No. 188 Pub. 1970 15c


Title: “Do You Dare Enter the House of Mystery”
Condition: curved up at bottom a bit only one seen like this, probably could be made flat

Unexpected, May 30705 No. 164, Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: Title: “Have you the nerve to face the Unexpected”

Unexpected, Aug. 30705, No. 167, Pub. 1975 25c
Title: “Have you the nerve to face the Unexpected”
Storyline: Death Watch, Scared Stiff, Murder by Mail”

Unexpected, June 30705 No. 136, pub. 1972 25c


Title: “Have You the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Feature: “Strange from the Swamp”

Unexpected, July No. 119 Pub. 1970 15 c


Title: “You’ll Find Your Fearsome Fate Lurking in Weird Mystery Tales”
Clip: “I granted your wish cured your blindness! Now Turn around and look at what you promised to love and marry!”

Unexpected, Jan. No. 122, Pub. 1970-1971 15c


Title: “You’ll Find Your Fearsome Fate Lurking in Weird Mystery Tales”
Feature: “The Phantom of the Woodstock Festival”

Unexpected, May No. 124 Pub. 1971


Title: “Have You the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Feature: “Gift of the Ghouls”

Unexpected, July 30500 No. 125, Pub. 1971 ` 15c


Title: “Have You the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Clip: “Ladies and Gentlement of the Jury…Look at the Accused! Now I dare you to
find him guilty”

Unexpected, Aug. 30500 No. 126, Pub. 1974 25 c


Title: “Have You the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Feature: “You are conditionally invited -- To Die!”

Unexpected, Sept. 30500 No. 127, pub. 1971


Title: “Have You the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Feature: “Follow the Piper -- To Your Grave!” 25c

Unexpected Nov. 30705 No. 129 Pub. 1971


Title: “Have You the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Plus: “Beyond the Shadows”, “Menace of the Maze”, “Brain Thief”
Feature: “The Deadly Widows’s Web”

Weird War Tales, Aug. 30717 No. 40 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “The Mystery and Madness of Weird War Tales”

Weird War Tales Feb 30717 No. 44 25 c

Weird War Tales Dec. 30717, No. 43 25 c

Weird Mystery Tales, Feb. 30716 No. 4, Pub. 1973 20 c


Title: “4th Scalp-Tingling Issue of Weird War Tales

Weird Mystery, June 30716 No. 19 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “You’ll Find Your Fearsome Fate Lurking In Weird Mystery Tales”
Feature: “Fire Dance”

Weird Mystery, July 30716, No. 20 Pub. 1975 25c


Title: “You’ll find your Fearsome Fate Lurking in Weird Mystery Tales”
Feature: “The Friedman’s Monster!”

Weird Mystery (WM), Aug. 30716 No. 21, Pub. 1975 25c


Title: “You’ll Find Your Fearsome Fate Lurking in Weird Mystery Tales”
Feature: “Deadly Stalkers of the North!”
WM, Oct. 30716 No. 23, pub. 1975 25c
Title: “You’ll Find Your Fearsome Fate Lurking in Weird Mystery Tales”
Feature: “There’s Evil on the Air waves…”The Quiz Show””

WM, Nov.. 30716 No. 24, Pub. 1975 25c


Title: “You’ll Find Your Fearsome Fate Lurking in Weird Mystery Tales”
Feature: “Death is a Windup Bear”
Weird War Tales (WWT) Apr. 30717 No. 4 25 c

WWT, Aug. 30717 No. 28, Pub. 1974 20 c
Title: “The Mystery and Madness of Weird War Tales”

WWT, May 30717 No. 37 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “The Mystery and Madness of Weird War Tales”
Feature: “Special! An Unusual Full-Length War Novel!”

WWT, June 30717 No. 38, Pub. 1975 25c


Title: “The Mystery and Madness of Weird War Tales”

Unexpected June 30705 No. 165 Pub. 1975


Grade: 4, between $4
Condition: step up from Fantador, stain on back cover
Unexpected July 30705 No. 166, pub. 1975 25c
Story header: “The Evil Eyes of Night”
Condition: no staining, fine
Grade: 8.5 or 8-9, price $11-16

The Witching Hour (TWH), Nov. 30720 No. 60, Pub. 1975 25c

TWH, Jan. 30720 No. 61, Pub. Dec-Jan. 1975/1976, VG - VF 25c
Title: “It’s Midnight, The Witching Hour”

TWH, Jan. 30720 No. 38, pub. 1974 50 c


Title” It’s Midnight, the Witching Hour”, DC 100 Super Spectacular Pages
Storyline: “13 Haunting Tales of Suspense!”
Condition: no tearing, minor creases on few pages, minor print smear from text on magazine on some pages
Grade 4-6, $10-15

House of Secrets (HOS) Sept. 30535 No. 135, Pub. 1975 25c


Title: “There’s No Escape from The House of Secrets”
Extra “Abels’s Fables

HOS, Oct. 30535 No. 136, Pub. 1975 25c
Title: “There’s No Escape from The House of Secrets”
Featuring: “The Last Voyage of the Lady Luck”
HOS, Nov. 30535 No. 137, Pub. 1975 25c
Title: “There’s No Escape from The House of Secrets” Plus: Abel’s Fables
Grade: 8.5 (VF+), price $8.50,

Unexpected, Aug. 30705 No. 165

Unexpected, Sept. 30705 No. 168, Pub. 1975 25c
Title: “Have You the Nerve to face the Unexpected”
Storyline: “Who Killed Raggedy Annie?” and “Freak Accident”

Unexpected, Dec. 30705 No. 170, pub. 1975 25c


Title: “Have you the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Storyline: “Flee to Your Grave”, “A Change for the Hearse”, “No Sleep for the Dead”
Condition: no staining, neg. yellow, no creases, very small purple ink mark on bottom of back cover

Unexpected, Apr. No. S-23, Pub. 1971 25c


Title: “Have you the Nerve to Face the Unexpected”
Storyline: “The Man who walked like a Mummy”
Condition: some minor creases on front cover, no staining in body, neg. yellowing, some minor pen marks and dime size stain on back cover

TWH, May No. 14, Pub. 1971 15c


Title: “It’s Midnight, The Witching Hour”, Storyline: “The Haunted House in Space”
Condition: No staining, small corner on back cover folded over not very noticiable

TWH, May 30720 No. 20, Pub. 1972 25c
Story Header: “Once Upon a Midnight Dreary”
Condition: Fine, no staining no tearing, vibrant color, very minor yellow hue
Grade: 7, Price $12-25, avg. 15

TWH, July 30720 No. 21, pub. June-July, 1972 25c


52 big pages
Title: “It’s Midnight, the Witching Hour”
Storyline: “The Haunted Houseboat”

TWH, May 30720 No. 54, Pub. 1975


Title: “It’s Midnight, The Witching Hour”
Storyline: “The Corpse Held a Winning Hand”

TWH, June 30720 No. 55 Pub. 1975 25 c


Title: “It’s Midnight, The Witching Hour”
Storyline: “Kiss The Boys, And Make Them Die”
Condition: no staining, neg. yellowing, minor cut on back cover
Grade: 6-8, $6-7

TWH May No. 8 Pub. 1970 15 c


Title: It’s 12 O’clock, the Witching Hour”

Selling Notes: Do not break up title series (I.e. Kamandi), if selling some individually


Add’l Selling interest/demand in copies of The House of Secrets with Able’s Fables or character of Kaine
Ex. Kamandi Series, market about $375, actual sell low $150, $200 average
Try to sell Demon, House of Mystery, Weird War Tales and The Unexpected will be most in demand as well as Weird Mystery Tales, Shazam is timeless, witching hour
Professionally grade only that over 8 or when an iconic character first appeared in the issue or telling of the origin of a character
Dealer will cut by 50% to a 1/3. To an individual, take ¼ or 1/3 off listing price. Bulk preferred.
Dealer Sources: Nastalgia in Eugene (Darrell for information and does buy),
Portland: Cosmic Monkey, Escaliber (knowledgable)
NW COMICS
CAN DO GRADING, USE CGC
INDIVIDUAL SELLING VIA CRAIGSLIST AND RECOMMENDED WEBSITES, NOT EBAY



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