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Chris KL-99


High Value: $3,600

Minimum Value: $44

Strange Adventures #3 (1950)

This comic book is a must-have for collectors of vintage comics, featuring a variety of thrilling stories that are sure to captivate any reader. In "The Metal World," we follow Chris KL-99 as he chases after strange ships that have stolen notable structures made of metal, including the Statue of Liberty and a portion of the Brooklyn Bridge. His journey takes him across multiple worlds until he finally discovers a planet-sized ship from another galaxy. Here he uncovers the reason behind the thefts and discovers a blight of metal-eating parasites that have destroyed all the metal on the planet. In the end, Chris offers them a planet made of metal that he found in exchange for the stolen structures.

Whether you've inherited this classic comic or have stumbled upon it by chance, we at Comics Into Cash are here to offer you a free appraisal and a fair price for your collection. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you turn your comics into cash.

High Value: $3,100

Minimum Value: $38

Strange Adventures #5 (1951)

In Strange Adventures #5 (1951), we take a trip to the world of the sub-atomic with Chris KL-99 and his companions. But what will they find when they get there? We also get a thought-provoking story by David V. Reed about a protective shield, created to defend against atomic bombs, and how it could become "The Perfect Weapon!" And if you're a fan of humor strips, you won't want to miss "Professor Eureka." Plus, learn about the story behind the invention of safety glass in the famous first feature, "Genie Of The Bottle." Strange Adventures #5 is a must-read for any comic book fan and a valuable addition to any collection. Come to Comics Into Cash for a fair appraisal and an easy selling process.

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