*Boys’ Adventure & War Comics: Our latest high profile British spotlight falls on 2000 AD, the title that changed the face of British comics forever! At the beginning of 1977, around about the onset of punk music, a comic was launched that captured the zeitgeist of the times, darker, more anarchic and anti-establishment than anything that had come before it in the comic world; nowhere more so than in the persona of Judge Dredd, the iconic anti-hero who has gone on to become legendary after debuting in issue #2. This very special update we’re featuring the first three issues of 2000 AD in exceptional condition as follows:
#1: Featuring the debuts of Mach-1, Invasion, Harlem’s Heroes, Flesh and the new Dan Dare. A tight, flat copy with good staples and off-white pages; just a faint browning age line along the spine keeps it from grading higher than FN/VF. The Space Spinner is not present, but has left only the most minimal of marks where its tape has been carefully removed from the front cover. Priced at £125.
#2: 1st appearance of Judge Dredd. Again, a tight flat copy with good staples and beautiful near white cover and page quality with no age marks for a sparkling VF grade. The Free Gift, Biotronic Stickers, are unused on original backing sheet and grade at VF+, with just the tiniest of 2 creases at the left hand edge only. The nicest copy and gift we’ve ever seen. Priced at £450.
#3: A little more tan than #1 & #2, but still with great off-white pages (very minor dog-earring to a few). Good tight staples. Grading at FN. The Free Gift, Red Alert Survival Wallet, is present and grades at VF+, never having been assembled and still on original card backing. Priced at £80.
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