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More Fun Comics #73 (DC, 1941) CGC 5.0 Off-white to white pages.
Featuring the first appearance of not one, but two major superheroes from the Golden Age! Aquaman and Green Arrow (oh, and Speedy!) crash the scene in this issue, creating a very desirable comic in the process. Of the many key More Fun issues, #73 is one of the most popular among collectors.
Probably the hottest book in the series in the last two years. The value jumped SIGNIFICANTLY in the 2016 OSPG.
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