Captain America Comics (Golden Age) #18 1942 PR 0.5. Published 1942 by Timely. Grade: PR 0.5. Full length spine split. Cover reattached with tape along spine. Tape over tears on interior cover. If you are not familiar with comic book grading. Comic Book Grading Scale. This is a very low grade item. It may have fully or partially missing pages, water damage, tape, sticker/label on the cover, writing, split or detached spine or centerfold, or other major structural damage and cosmetic flaws. Please examine the item images below to evaluate the item yourself. For more information, please see our comic book grading standards. Cover by Al Avison. “Bowling Alley of Death, ” pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Don Rico; Gigo, a member of the Czar’s nobility, owns a bowling alley where the kingpins of the officer’s alley are hollowed out to fit. 22 bullet guns and a catapult sends them sailing towards their intended victims; Gigo hates all democracies, but Cap and Bucky put a stop to his killings and hand him over to police. Captain America Comics ad. “The Tomb of Horror, ” script by Otto Binder, pencils by Al Avison; Steve and Bucky are told by Sgt. Duffy that they must assist a professor as he makes his way to the pyramids, where he is to search for a priceless hieroglyphic. “The Yanks Are Coming” text story. “The Mikado’s Super Shell, ” art by Don Rico; Cap learns that the Paw and his Japanese co-horts have captured Betty, so he heads for Japan to find her. Untitled Fighting Fool story, pencils by Don Rico, inks by Al Gabriele; Retired from the Anzac Army because he was shot by the enemy in both lungs, Wade Huston decides to head for America and battle against Fifth Columnists there. “The Case of the Costumed Crook, ” art by Rico; A pair of criminals knock out Roddy, steal his costume, and impersonate the Secret Stamp in order to gain entrance to a party and to steal some valuable jewels. “Dippy Diplomat” one-page story, script and art by Guy Blythe. This item is a consignment. This item is a consignment, which means that the price has been set by the consignor rather than by MyComicShop. It is located at our headquarters and ships just as quickly as everything else we carry. The grade and description for this item were assigned by MyComicShop’s professional graders, not by the consignor. You can expect the same high quality, reliable grading on consignments that we provide on all other items we offer. The item images for this listing are not stock images, they show the exact item offered. Also check out our comic value packs. Value packs are a great way to get a lot of comics at a low price. Each value pack contains around 3 lbs. Of comics, generally about 25-40 comics depending on page count. We offer a variety of packs grouped by character, genre, or publisher. View all value packs. There should not be duplicate issues within a single pack, but if you order multiple packs within the same group you may occasionally receive minor duplication. Most value packs contain comics in grades ranging from VF to GD, with the only exception being the Wounded Wonders value pack which contains pre-1980 comics in lower grades, typically ranging from low GD to PR/non-collectible and may be incomplete. We also accept consignments of comics and comic art. The item “Captain America Comics (Golden Age) #18 1942 PR 0.5″ is in sale since Sunday, April 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “mycomicshop” and is located in Arlington, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Publisher: Timely
- Main Character: Captain America