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High Value: $7,500

Minimum Value: $90

Tales to Astonish #36 (1962)

In Tales to Astonish #36 (1962), Ant-Man faces off against the Commies and their spy, Comrade X. The story starts off with three bank robbers trapped in the vault, but don't worry, Ant-Man saves the day by unlocking it using his special powers. Soon after, a young woman seeks Ant-Man's help in taking down Comrade X, who happens to be after his secrets. Ant-Man tracks down the spy who has been hiding on a freighter docked at the pier, but gets captured in a glass box. However, this does not stop our hero as he summons ants to attack the crew, causing them to drop their weapons and shatter the box. Ant-Man then goes after Comrade X and cleverly ties his laces together in the darkness caused by the ants covering the ceiling light. The spy falls, and Ant-Man unmasks him, revealing that it was the young woman all along! If you're a comic book collector or enthusiast, Tales to Astonish #36 (1962) is a must-have for your collection. Get it now at Comics Into Cash and make some cash while you're at it!

High Value: $3,500

Minimum Value: $42

Tales to Astonish #37 (1962)

Tales to Astonish #37 is an iconic comic book that features the beloved character, Ant-Man, encountering a new enemy, the Protector. In this thrilling story titled, "Trapped By The Protector," Ant-Man learns of a jewelry thief who is being extorted by The Protector. Ant-Man then sets out to stop The Protector and has ants stationed at all the jewelers to alert him if this thief appears. When the showdown finally happens, Pym's insect army clashes with the Protector in a pulse-pounding battle that will leave you on the edge of your seat. If you happen to own this comic book, don't hesitate to get in touch with us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection. We're passionate about comics and we're dedicated to providing a fair price for every collection we purchase, so you can trust us to take care of you.

High Value: $3,100

Minimum Value: $38

Tales to Astonish #38 (1962)

In Tales to Astonish #38, we are introduced to one of Ant-Man's most formidable foes - the brilliant, yet nefarious Egghead. The story, titled "Betrayed by the Ants", follows a group of criminals who hire Egghead to create a device that will defeat Ant-Man. Egghead develops a helmet that works just like Ant-Man's and uses some ants to lure him into a trap. But, as we know, Ant-Man is not easily fooled and he quickly jumps out of the trap and defeats the crooks.

With the help of some trusty ants who informed him of Egghead's plot, Ant-Man was able to sabotage the crooks' escape plan, ensuring they were captured by the police. However, Egghead managed to slip away, leaving us to wonder what kind of mischief he will get up to next.

But that's not all this issue has to offer! "I Found the Impossible World!" sees an attempt at time travel gone awry, while "Secret of the Statues" tells the tale of a mysterious sculptor discovered by some curious artists. And finally, we have "Strange Mission", a prose story about a timid man who accidentally becomes a hero.

Overall, Tales to Astonish #38 is a thrilling read full of action, suspense, and even a touch of the fantastical. At Comics Into Cash, we pride ourselves on our expert knowledge of comic book history, and this issue is a testament to our reputation as trusted collectors and appraisers.

High Value: $3,000

Minimum Value: $36

Tales to Astonish #40 (1963)

In Tales to Astonish #40 (1963), readers are introduced to the supervillain known as The Hijacker. This sneaky bad guy is on a mission to build his own personal armory and has been hijacking armored cars belonging to Howard Mitchell without leaving any clues behind. Fortunately for Mitchell, Ant-Man happens to be the only one clever enough to catch The Hijacker. After receiving a message from ants on his windowsill (yes, really), Ant-Man sets out to help Mitchell and catch the villain. With a few clever tricks up his sleeve, Ant-Man is able to outsmart The Hijacker and reveal his true identity as Mitchell himself! It's a humbling moment for one of Marvel's mightiest heroes as he realizes that even he can't save the day every time. If you have a copy of Tales to Astonish #40 in your collection, don't hesitate to contact Comics Into Cash for a free appraisal or to sell your comic book collection. We pride ourselves on our reputation for providing fair prices to those looking to part ways with their beloved comics.

High Value: $3,000

Minimum Value: $36

Tales to Astonish #39 (1963)

In Tales to Astonish #39 (1963), we're introduced to a fearsome villain: The Scarlet Beetle. This giant, irradiated bug may have a size advantage over Ant-Man, but he's no match for his superior intellect and cunning tactics. In the gripping tale of "Vengeance Of The Scarlet Beetle!" (Lee / Lieber / Kirby / Ayers), Ant-Man learns of the beetle's deadly plan to take over the world by controlling all insects. Can he stop this nefarious insect and save the human race?

If you happen to have Tales to Astonish #39 in your collection, you might have a valuable piece of comic book history in your possession. At Comics Into Cash, we offer free appraisals for all comic books, including this one. If you're interested in selling your collection, you can trust us to give you a fair price. Contact us today to learn more!

High Value: $2,400

Minimum Value: $28

Tales to Astonish #43 (1963)

Okay, listen up! We've got a real gem on our hands - Tales to Astonish #43! In this issue, Ant-Man faces off against the one and only Time Master, and things quickly go south when our hero starts to age at an alarming rate. It's a race against time as Ant-Man tries to stop the villain before it's too late.

If you're lucky enough to have this comic in your possession, then you need to contact us ASAP! We're the go-to experts when it comes to appraising and buying comic book collections, and we'll make sure you get a fair price for your treasure. Don't wait - let's turn those comics into cash!

High Value: $2,400

Minimum Value: $28

Tales to Astonish #42 (1963)

If you stumble upon Tales to Astonish #42 from 1963, you've got a golden ticket to some classic Ant-Man action. This particular storyline sees our hero taking on a villain with a rather unique ability- mind control through voice hypnosis. But it's not just any old bad guy. Nope, this is former preacher Jason Cragg, who's taken his gift in a rather ominous direction. This issue is jam-packed with twists, turns, and secrets, making it a must-read for any fan of the tiny hero. And if you happen to have it in your collection, we'd be more than happy to provide you with a free appraisal. Or, y'know, purchase your entire collection at a fair price. Because at Comics Into Cash, we pride ourselves on our reputation for good deals and expertise in all things comic books.

High Value: $2,400

Minimum Value: $28

Tales to Astonish #41 (1963)

Have you stumbled upon a copy of Tales to Astonish #41 from 1963? If so, you may just have a valuable addition to your comic book collection. This issue features the adventures of Ant-Man, who finds himself transported to another dimension where he must face off against the war monger witch, Kulla. The story is broken down into several parts including "Prisoner Of The Slave World," "Tricky Travel," "When the Beast Walks," and "The Curse." As comic book experts, we know the value of a rare find like this. Contact us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection and receive a fair price. We pride ourselves on our reputation and trustworthy appraisals. Don't let this opportunity pass you by.

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