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Amazing Spider-man #692 Martin 1980s Venom Variant CGC 9.8 Signature Series Signed x5 Stan Lee

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Brand: CGC Signature Series
PRICE: £799.95 Inc VAT

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Amazing Spider-man #692 Marcos Martin 1980s Venom Variant CGC 9.8 Signature Series comic book, which has been signed by the following:

Stan Lee - the late Marvel Comics legend and the co-creator of Amazing Spider-man back in 1962!

Todd McFarlane - co-creator of Venom, the first artist to draw Venom and Amazing Spider-man artist from issue #298 to #323.

David Michelinie - co-creator of Venom and the original series writer for the Amazing Spider-man run that introduced Venom in issue #300.

Dan Slott - the ongoing series writer

Humberto Ramos - series artist

A unique opportunity to add this amazing multi-signature book to your collection!

This terrific 50th Anniversary of Spider-man variant comic, featuring Spider-man and Venom, was really tough to get in a 9.8 grade as most copies had spine stresses due to the oversized nature of the comic. This issue also features the origin and first appearance of Alpha!

It has been professionally graded by CGC, the largest independent comic grading company in the world, and slabbed in a sealed tamper proof protective case.

The comic grade is guaranteed to be high investment grade 9.8 (NM/MINT) and this is a yellow label signature series, which means that an authorised CGC representative witnessed the signings and this also acts as a Certificate Of Authenticity. CGC remove the comic as soon as it is signed and ship it to their facility in Florida, to ensure that the signatures are authentic.

You can check the grading and authenticity of the signatures by entering the 10 digit serial number on the yellow label at the CGC web-site www.cgccomics.com.

There are no cracks on the case. Any glare is just the reflection of the scanner on the CGC casing.