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#680086 - 02/14/05 01:56 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: tth2]
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#680087 - 02/14/05 02:09 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: 143ksk]
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#680088 - 02/14/05 02:44 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: FFB]
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your post inspired me to break out my 15 issue run of Adventure beginning with #279 in December 1960 to # 293 in february 1962.

here are 6 of those 10centers from that run. the run is mostly VG - Fine and includes the 5th, 9th and 13th Legion appearances. #283 contains the last Congorilla story and #284 contains the last Aquaman in Adventure. (they advertise his concurrent appearance in Showcase).

i have boxes of these mid-grade early 60's DCs..........






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#680089 - 02/14/05 03:47 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: Burntboy]
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Of course Burntboy is likely the only one here who actually paid 10˘ for the books he posts.

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#680090 - 02/14/05 04:43 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: Burntboy]
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Great covers, Harry! How many books in total were/are in your OO collection?
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#680091 - 02/14/05 05:17 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: jimm94]
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Let's not forget our "superhero" friendly ghosts (beat up they might be)!! #2 from 1958.



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#680092 - 02/14/05 05:35 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: Burntboy]
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Here is a missing image from Burntboy's run of Adventures. This one features the first appearance of Bizarro Mxyzptlk.




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#680093 - 02/14/05 05:40 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: esquirecomics]
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And so that we don't insult other members of the Bizarro family, here is the first appearance of Bizarro Krypto!



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#680094 - 02/14/05 05:48 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: esquirecomics]
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Can you imagine being a real person and have a comic book use your character! Must have been a real thrill.



One of my favorites, though not a 10 cent-er, is Action #309, which features President Kennedy helping Superman protect his secret identity. The issue was on the stands in late December 1963, just one month after JFK was assassinated.

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#680095 - 02/14/05 06:09 PM Re: Show Us Your 10 Cent-ers! [Re: esquirecomics]
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While we're talking about 10-centers, you really owe it to the thread to post the scan of your Showcase #4 again.

P.S. Those Bizarro covers rule! I love the Bizarro-Mxyzptlk cover! Bizarro stories are just about the only things from the early silver age that are still as amusing in the present day as they were back then.

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