Batman, Superman, Flash cameo; Last Hourman; Doiby Dickles app.
Overstreet 2007 VF/NM 9.0 value = $3,726; NM- 9.2 value = $5,300.
Comparable sales: Just a
tad below the highest graded copy at CGC 9.2, which last sold for
$4,255 three years ago! Another CGC 9.0 copy sold two
years ago for $3,254. In the Mastro Auction of August 16, 2006,
a CGC 9.0 copy received a high bid of nearly $3,200 but failed to meet
an unknown reserve.
Origin retold; ranked 55th out of 100 Top Golden Age Age book by the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.
A copy with lower quality Cream to Off-White pages was sold by Heritage Auctions on August, 9, 2006, for $9,337.50, and then on May 4, 2007, for $8,962.50. Another copy just sold on February 26, 2009, also with Cream to Off-White pages but also with some dried glue on the cover, for $8,365.00. To some collectors, the PQ means everything. Up to you!
THIS COPY IS PRICED AT BELOW GUIDE!
Overstreet 2008 VF 8.0 value $10,628; VF/NM 9.0 value = $18,314
If you're looking for an issue of Batman that displays both a cover and
interior art from Mr. Kane, your search is restricted to issues #1
through #5. Between the covers
of this issue you will find the second appearances of the Joker and Catwoman.
Ranked 58th out of 100 Top Golden Age Age book by Overstreet. If you
want to own the highest certified copy, then look no further!!!! It
just does not get better than this beautiful copy!
Not only does this book features many of the classic GA superheros. The
Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Wildcat, The Black Pirate by
Moldoff, but it is the highest graded copy in existence! It is also
just shy of being within the Top 100 Golden Age books according to the
Overstreet Price Guide.
Overstreet 2005 VF 8.0 value = $6,545; VF/NM 9.0 value = $10,523.