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Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man #132 (1987)
Mike Zeck
Cover art to Part 6 of Kraven’s Last Hunt by Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod. Incredible in person! Make an offer, please


2018-09-08: price changed from $-2.00 to $60000

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Groo The Wanderer #29 (1987)
Sergio Aragones
Early Groo cover from Marvel’s Epic line by the GREAT Sergio Aragones. A fan favorite creator owned title, published by Marvel in 1987, over thirty years ago. Please make an offer.

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X-Men #55 (1969)
Barry Smith
X-men #55 cover by the GREAT Barry Smith. The Living Pharoah – 1969 Marvel magic Make offer, please.

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Amazing Spider-man #39 p19 (1966) LARGE ART cover swipe
John Romita, Mike Esposito
CLASSIC battle between the Goblin and Peter Parker with COVER SWIPE in the bottom left panel. The GREAT John Romita’s very first issue of his famous run on the title. An important and visually stunning page of Marvel history.

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Spider-man #12 (1991)
Todd McFarlane
Spider-man and Wolverine by the Modern Master Todd McFarlane. 90’s magic. Trade or Cash offers accepted. Time payments available.

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Transformers #43 (1988)
Herb Trimpe
Original cover art to first generation Transformers Marvel comic issue #43 from 1988, almost 30 years old! Rodimus Prime vs Galvatron pencilled by the great Herb Trimpe – nuff said! Standard size Marvel art board.

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The Mighty Thor #307 (1981)
Alan Kupperberg, Frank Giacoia
The Mighty Thor #307, pencils by Alan Kupperberg and inks by Frank Giacoia on 11″ x 17″ art board. 35 year old cover!

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The Mighty Thor #317 (1982)
Keith Pollard
“Chaos at Canaveral”, the COVER ART to The Mighty Thor issue #317 (1982), pencilled and inked by the GREAT Keith Pollard.  For me, Pollard’s Thor covers exemplify what’s most FUN about comics! The Man-Beast has taken Jane Foster captive, and check out MJOLNIR lying on the floor of the rocket ship! This dynamic image area measures roughly 10″ x 15.5″. Don’t miss out on “The Menace of the Man-Beast”!

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Impact #3 (1955) – Large Art
Jack Davis
Jack Davis created the covers for all 5 issues of EC’s IMPACT, including this LARGE ART cover for IMPACT #3. Impact was the first title in the New Direction line for EC comics in 1955 after its brush with the United States Senate and the birth of Mad Magazine. Additionally, IMPACT is significant in that it contained Bernard Krigstein’s Master Race. This large size artwork measuring roughly 12.5″ x 18″ displays Jack Davis’s incredible artistic range, combining elements of humor, horror, his sublime cross-hatching, as well as a delightful gag/commentary on the nature of capitalism and its potential pitfalls.


2018-08-12: price changed from $35000.00 to $-2

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“Rockhead 2” 7-page Story MAD #213 (1980)
Angelo Torres
“Rockhead 2″ – Rockhead finally BEATS the CHAMP to win the title! A classic MAD parody by the GREAT Angelo Torres, published in issue #213 in 1980. This 34 YEAR OLD complete LARGE ART story has SEVEN pages including a dynamite SPLASH that measures a HUGE 17″ x 20”.


2018-08-12: price changed from $10000.00 to $-2

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“M*A*S*H*UGA” 7-page Story MAD #166 (1974)
Angelo Torres
Mad’s parody of the hit television show “M*A*S*H*” published in Mad #166 (1974) by the GREAT Angelo Torres. This 40 year old complete story has SEVEN pages. The Splash page measures roughly 17″ x 17″, while each of the other six pages is a HUGE  16″ x 20″.


2018-08-12: price changed from $8500.00 to $-2

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Dr. Strange #37 (1992)
Geof Isherwood
The Sorcerer Supreme battles with Frankenstein and Galactus’ herald the Silver Surfer on the is 25 year old battle cover! Pencilled and inked by the great Geof Isherwood on standard Marvel board.

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Incredible Hulk #351 (1989)
Jeff Purves
In my opinion, one of the best Hulk covers from the 80’s and 90’s and that’s saying a lot! Pencilled and inked by the great Jeff Purves on standard Marvel board.

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Venom – The Hunger #1 (1996)
Steve Lightle
Check out the cover to Venom – The Hunger #1 from 1996, penciled and inked by the GREAT Steve Lightle. This 20 year old cover has a ton of detail, including a couple appearances of web-head and some creepy monsters, and a CLASSIC image of Venom. Standard size, signed by the artist.

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“Ecchcaliber” 5-page Story MAD #227 (1981)
Don Martin
“Ecchcaliber” complete 5 page story – a true MAD classic! A RARE complete Mad movie parody by MAD’s Maddest artist, the GREAT Don Martin (I believe Don Martin only did 2 movie parodies for Mad Magazine). Full of Martin’s characteristic Sound Effects, Goofy Names, and CLASSIC Facial Expressions, the HUGE SPLASH has a combined image area of a massive 34″ x 24″, while each of the other LARGE ART pages measures roughly 17″ x 24″ .

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Slow Death #9 (1977)
Greg Irons
This explosive cover to Slow Death #9 by the GREAT Greg Irons is his homage to Jack “King” Kirby. Teaming with energy, the board is a HUGE 14″ x 22″, published by Last Gasp in 1977. As most collectors know, Greg Irons art rarely appears on the market. Inquire for price.

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Amazing Spider-Man #150 (1975)
Gil Kane
ASM #150 cover pencils by Gil Kane and inks by Frank Giacoia. An iconic Spidy anniversary cover featuring the web slinger’s rogues gallery (Kingpin, Vulture, Sandman) by one of the all time great Spider-man artists!

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Transformers #42 (1988)
Jose Delbo
This RARE vintage, original series TRANSFORMERS cover featuring OPTIMUS PRIME is a must have for any child of the 80’s. With pencils by Jose Delbo and inks by Dave Hunt, this 28 year old cover is a CLASSIC on standard 11″ x 17″ Marvel board. There is a barely noticeable, slight vertical crease on the left center of the cover that does not affect the image.

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“Batman E. Neuman” Mad #289 (1989)
Richard Williams
This Richard Williams “Bats-terpiece” has an image area of 12″ x 15″.

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Spy vs Spy – Mad #95 (1965)
Antonio Prohias
The EARLY two-gag Spy vs Spy strip comes complete with original hand drawn art Morse Code signature along the bottom of the title panel, which reads spells “By Prohias” in Morse Code! The artwork  measures a HUGE 16.75″ x 24″ on two boards. Also signed in the last panel, “A. Prohias.” Only roughly 200 Spy vs Spy gags were created for Mad Magazine by its creator Antonio Prohias, and many of these did not survive intact with upper and lower gags, and Morse Code signature. This complete, almost 50 YEAR OLD gag is an EXCELLENT early example, with classic spy espionage! Don’t miss out!


2018-01-29: price changed from $9500.00 to $-2

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Cherry Poptart / Larry Welz Selfie Illustration (’90s)
Larry Welz
Published in Cherry Collection, this NICE  5″ x 6″ illustration by Cherry Poptart creator Larry Welz features the kind hearted starlet herself taking care of the less fortunate. But upon closer inspection, its none other than Larry Welz himself. A RARE Gem!

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Captain Guts #3 Inside Cover (1971)
Larry Welz
Check out this FANTASTIC Inside Cover to Captain Guts #3 (Print Mint, 1971)  pencilled and inked by Captain Guts and Cherry Poptart creator Larry Welz. The art measures roughly 11.5 ” x 8 “.

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Captain Guts Pinup (1971)
Larry Welz
PRIME examples of EARLY underground comix art are SCARCE and this Pinup by Larry Welz (of Cherry Poptart fame) is one of the best images of Captain Guts I have ever seen. It appeared in Captain Guts #3 (Print Mint, 1971). This cover quality image measures roughy  9 ”  x  12 “.

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Spy vs Spy – MAD #71 (1962)
Antonio Prohias
From only the SECOND year of SPY vs SPY, this EARLY strip by Antonio Prohias, creator of Spy vs Spy, is one of the FIRST 20 spy vs spy strips ever created! The gag is a classic and comes complete with an upper and lower gag as well as the original hand drawn Morse Code signature, which is missing from many of the strips! Only roughly 200 Prohias Spy vs Spy gags were ever created for MAD magazine! Many are incomplete, missing top or bottom gags, or Prohias’s Morse Code signature, which spells out “By Prohias” in Morse Code. Early examples like this one do not come on the market often! The artwork  is framed, and measures a HUGE 16.75″ x 24″ on two sheets of artist’s board.


2018-01-29: price changed from $9250.00 to $-2

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Spy vs Spy vs Spy – Mad #92 (1965) The Grey Spy
Antonio Prohias
The RAREST of ALL Spy vs Spy strips, The Grey Spy! Spy vs Spy vs Spy. – The Grey Spy first appeared in Mad #73 in 1962. She was clever and never lost to the black or white spies. Her final appearance was in Mad #99 in 1965. Only roughly 20 Spy vs Spy strips featured the Grey spy, and in my opinion, THIS IS THE VERY BEST strip featuring the Grey spy!  The gag is a classic and comes complete with an upper and lower gag as well as the original hand drawn Morse Code signature, which is missing from many of the strips! Only roughly 200 Prohias Spy vs Spy gags were ever created for MAD magazine! Many are incomplete, missing top or bottom gags, or Prohias’s Morse Code signature, which spells out “By Prohias” in Morse Code. Spy vs Spy vs Spy is among the RAREST of all Mad original art, with only roughly 20 published examples in existance! The artwork  is framed, and measures a HUGE 16.75″ x 24″ on two sheets of artist’s board.


2018-01-29: price changed from $12750.00 to $-2

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“Infractions We’d Like to See Called In Everyday Life” (2) MAD #186 (1976)
Jack Davis
Vintage MAD magazine LARGE ART from MAD #186 (1976) by LEGENDARY artist JACK DAVIS, with an image area of roughly 17″ x 17″, extending beyond the scan. The sports theme and facial expressions make this a PRIME example of Jack Davis’s work at MAD.


2018-08-12: price changed from $2500.00 to $-2

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“The Rodfather” 6-Page Story CRACKED #104 (1972)
John Severin
Cracked parody of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 film “The Godfather”, winner of that year’s Oscar for Best Picture.  EC pioneer John Severin created an impressive body of work during his long career, but to me, THIS STORY is one of his GREATEST. Look at the detailed caricatures of Brando, Pacino, Sinatra, Castellano, Duvall, Marley, and many more! ALL SPOT ON! Severin’s ability to revive scenes from the movie with his pen is astounding. This 42 year old complete story has SIX pages, each with an image area measuring roughly  12 ”  x 16.5 ” and the art is signed by Severin on the Splash. A RARE treasure!

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“Good Time Slot” 5-page Story MAD #182 (1976)
Angelo Torres
Mad’s parody of the hit television show “Good Times” by the great Angelo Torres. This 38 year old complete story has FIVE pages. The Splash has an image area of 16″ x 15″, and each of the other four pages is a HUGE  16″ x 22″.


2018-08-12: price changed from $7500.00 to $-2

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Spy vs Spy – Mad #72 (1962)
Antonio Prohias
From only the SECOND year of SPY vs SPY, this EARLY strip by Antonio Prohias, creator of Spy vs Spy, is a CLASSIC! The gag is complete and comes complete with an upper and lower gag as well as the original hand drawn Morse Code signature, which is missing from many of the strips! Only roughly 200 Prohias Spy vs Spy gags were ever created for MAD magazine! Many are incomplete, missing top or bottom gags, or Prohias’s Morse Code signature, which spells out “By Prohias” in Morse Code. Early examples like this one do not come on the market often! One of the best examples of Spy vs Spy I have ever seen! The artwork  is framed, and measures a HUGE 16.75″ x 24″ on two sheets of artist’s board, signed in final panel.


2018-01-29: price changed from $9250.00 to $-2

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“Infractions We’d Like to See Called In Everyday Life” MAD #186 (1976)
Jack Davis
Vintage MAD magazine LARGE ART from MAD #186 (1976) by LEGENDARY artist JACK DAVIS, with a LARGE image area of roughly 17″ x 17″, extending beyond the scan. The sports theme and facial expressions make this a PRIME example of Jack Davis’s work at MAD.


2018-08-12: price changed from $2500.00 to $-2

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