Fantastic may be a start for this trio of important Silver Age issues, but there is much more to these ground breaking 1960s comics. Presented are (3) 1962-1963 Fantastic Four early issues, that are certified in above average grades by CGC. The brainchild of legendary co-creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, these classic comics hold a special place in history as early issues of Marvel Comics first super-hero title.
Featured issues are:
9/62 Fantastic Four #6 CGC (3.0), label notes include "Off-White Pages" and "Stan Lee story, Hack Kirby and Dick Ayers cover and art" and "1st Marvel villain team-up. 2nd appearance of Dr. Doom and Silver Age Sub-Mariner"
1/63 Fantastic Four #10 CGC (2.5), label notes include "Off-White to White Pages" and "Stan Lee Story, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers cover and art" and "Stan Lee and Jack Kirby appear in story. Doctor Doom appearance. Invisible Girl pin-up"
2/63 Fantastic Four #11 CGC (3.0), label notes include "Off-White to White Pages" and "Tape on cover and interior cover" and "Origin & 1st appearance of Impossible Man. Origin of the Fantastic Four retold. Sub-Mariner pin-up"