Pines // June 1940 - September 1948
Issue count: 53
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Startling Comics was an anthology series from the Golden Age of comics, first released in June 1940.
The issues featured several stories with one main recurring character, Captain Future. In the first issue his origins and powers were explained and served as the main attraction in the comics.
The series was canceled close to 1950 when the market for superhero comic books was starting to fade.
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What's Startling Comics #46 worth in 2023?
The highest price paid for issue #46 of Startling Comics was $14,400 for a 9.6 copy, paid in June 2021. Another copy rated 6.0 was sold in December 2020 for $1,020; and a 2.5 copy had a price of $201 as of July 2018. Those were the only times the three issues were sold.
Why is this comic book valuable?
Issue #46 of Startling Comics Vol. 1 was published in July 1947. It was written, penciled and inked by Graham Ingels, Edward Hasset, Al Hartley, Hal Sherman, Jules Steiner.
Key Facts About the Comic
The cover art features a woman laying on the floor while tied up, and a skeleton looking at her and fighting a man.
The issue features several stories:
1. Space Detective Featuring Lance Lewis story "The Underground of Mars!"
2. Tygra of the Flame People story "The Menace of the Baboons"
3. The Fighting Yank story "Swag of the Swampland"
4. Jefferson Jones story "Camera Capers"
Price Guide Report
|GD 2.0||VG 4.0||FN 6.0||VF 8.0||NM 9.4||RECORD SALE!|