BRONZE AGE COMIC BOOKS - RECENTLY PURCHASED
Some of the Bronze Age Comics we are looking to buy
During the Bronze Age of comics, the superhero genre continued to dominate as characters tackled real world issues relevant to the times. Marvel’s most famous artist, Jack Kirby, left to DC Comics in 1970 and created The Fourth World, which introduced Darkseid and others to the DC Universe. Wolverine debuted in the final panel of Incredible Hulk #180 before making his 1st full appearance in Incredible Hulk #181 (November of 1974). Shortly after, the new X-Men roster (Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Nightcrawler, Thunderbird and Colossus) debuted in Giant-Size X-Men #1 in the Summer of 1975.
During the Bronze Age, new minority superheroes debuted, including Luke Cage, Storm, Blade and Monica Rambeau. DC’s lineup included John Stewart (Green Lantern), Bronze Tiger, Black Lightning, Vixen, and Cyborg. Storm and Cyborg’s popularity grew tremendously as they became the leaders of the X-Men and Teen Titans. Popularity of female superheroes soared with new characters including Spider-Woman, She-Hulk, Black Cat and Mockingbird.
Star Wars characters made the transition from the big screen over to comic books, with the 35-cent price variant copy of Star Wars #1 becoming the most valuable comic book of the Bronze Age.
We are looking to purchase:
- Superhero comics (Spider-Man, X-Men, Incredible Hulk and more)
- Key books: Incredible Hulk #181, Giant-Size X-Men #1, Star Wars #1 and others
- And more!
We are also interested in comic books that have been professionally graded by third parties (CGC and CBCS).