SPICY MYSTERY, February 1936, classic “Batman” cover, Girasol reprint

Arguably the most desirable issue of Spicy Mystery, this one’s memorable cover by Hugh J. Ward is only part of the appeal. The mere fact that one of the stories is titled “Bat Man” sends fans and collectors into a tizzy because of its alleged foreshadowing of the later comic-book hero. This Girasol Collectables full-count facsimile reprint—hand-made—boasts superb reproduction quality and looks just as good as the real thing. Condition: As New, an unread and carefully stored copy. Girasol want out of business some years ago, so there won’t be any more of these. Since a Fine/Very Fine copy of the original pulp now routinely sells for $10,000 or more, you can save yourself $9,925 by purchasing this out-of-print facsimile, itself a collectible.

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Price: $50.00