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The Comic Book : The One Essential Guide for Comic Book Fans Everywhere. [History of Comic Books; Golden Age; Silver Age; 1990s; Grading, Assessing & Collecting; Original Comic Art; Trivia; Dandy & Beano Annuals; Creators; Comics Titles; etc] by  Jim Shooter]  J Leech; foreword - Hardcover - 1994 - from Joseph Valles - Books and Biblio.com

The Comic Book : The One Essential Guide for Comic Book Fans Everywhere. [History of Comic Books; Golden Age; Silver Age; 1990s; Grading, Assessing & Collecting; Original Comic Art; Trivia; Dandy & Beano Annuals; Creators; Comics Titles; etc]

by Sassienie, Paul. [eds., Mary Remnant, Nadine Bazar; design, David Fordham; photos, Michael Holford; art, J Leech; foreword, Jim Shooter]

Condition: Very Good


Edison, N.J. : Chartwell Books, Inc., 1994., 1994. Very Good. 336 pp. : color illustrations ; 30 cm. ; ISBN: 1555219993 ; OCLC: 31920160 ; LC: PN6725; Dewey: 741.5/0973/075 ; black cloth with gold lettering, in color dustjakcet ; small tear on page 121-122 ; small tear to front top corner of dustjacket ; "[C]ontains four main sections, covering the history of comic books plus chapters on comic culture; collecting, and how to form and maintain a collection; and the grading and assessment of value. In addition, there is a mass of useful information on such things as the use of price guides, artists and writers of comic books. Finally, there is an exhaustive index of the titles and their publishers."--jacket ; VG/G




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