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by Jasmine Lewis
(Atlanta, GA, US)
Batman Comic #36 Value: in poor shape like this, $60 is not a bad offer
Batman Comic #36 Value: missing a chunk of the front cover
Batman Comic #36 Value: separated at spine
Batman Comic #36 Value: close-up of spine problems
Here is a copy of Batman Comic #36.The cover is half attached, and the staples are rusted looking. Part of and the cover page has broken up. The pages are brown. No missing pages or tears inside.Back page is cream colored with a stain around the corner. Someone offered me $60 for this issue.Editor's reply: $60 is a decent offer for such a tatty comic.See here for previous sales, sorted by lowest first.Yours is what is known in the trade as a 'reading copy only'. Nobody would consider it a really good example, it's just something to keep and read.So I would take the $60 any day. Thanks for sharing, it's still a fun old find!
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