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More Fun Comics #77 (DC, 1942) featuring the first Green Arrow cover by George Papp.
After decades of being considered an afterthought by most vintage comics collectors, Green Arrow and Aquaman's first appearances in More Fun Comics #73 has taken a sharp rise on the market in recent times For example, a More Fun Comics #73 CGC 5.0 could be had for $4495 in 2006, while a copy in the[...]
More Fun Comics #73 - First Aquaman and Green Arrow - Up For Auction
And that was More Fun Comics #73 That's right, a comic called "More Fun" was popular enough to get up to at least 73 issues It was even originally called New Fun, and that didn't stop it The first comic published by Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson in 1935 was the first comic of what would later[...]
More Fun #73, first appearance of Green Arrow and Aquaman, DC Comics 1941.
One of the highlights that interests me the most is the $111,000 paid for a copy of More Fun Comics #73 CGC 7.5 — the highest price ever paid for a copy of this comic in any grade The November 1941 cover-dated release from DC Comics contains the first appearances of both Aquaman and Green[...]
Superman #1 CGC 3.0, Summer 1939 DC Comics.
As we mentioned in a recent post about the $250,000 sale of a Daredevil #1 CGC 9.8, 2021 has been a banner year for the vintage comics market in the early going, and ComicConnect has recently booked a number of other noteworthy sales of key issues including Batman #1, More Fun Comics #73, (the first[...]