*DC: In the early 1970’s DC began to wake up to the fact that there was a huge potential audience interested in the history of their characters. In the pre-Internet days, reprints were scarce and amateurish, and back issues required much expensive and time-consuming searching through the Post Office (ask your Mums, urchins…) so DC’s initiative in publishing their Famous 1st Edition series was welcomed. These Treasury-sized (13″ x 10″) facsimiles did cover-to-cover reproductions of historic issues, including all stories, text and advertising, for an immersive experience. We have three to offer: #F6, reproducing Wonder Woman #1; #F7, reprinting All-Star Comics #3, the debut of the legendary Justice Society of America; and C28, which brought us Detective Comics #27 in its entirety, with a plethora of features including the first appearance of an obscure character called the Batman! (he’ll never catch on…) All three are in decent mid-grade – F6 & F7 are VG/FN, C 28 is VG- and offered at the outrageously generous price of £10 each.