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High Value: $1,800

Minimum Value: $21

Tales to Astonish #18 (1961)

Get ready to be amazed, my friend. In Tales to Astonish #18 (1961), we witness the return of Gorgilla! The question on everyone's mind is: Will he behave like a man or like a beast? The story titles give us a hint of what to expect: “Gorgilla Strikes Again”, “The Stranger”, “Monsteroso!” and “Robot on the Rampage!”.

As always, the art and storytelling are top-notch, and the plot twists will keep you on the edge of your seat. This issue is a must-read for any Marvel comic book collector, especially those who appreciate the first appearances of iconic characters.

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High Value: $1,200

Minimum Value: $15

Tales to Astonish #12 (1960)

In Tales to Astonish #12, we have a classic example of an early Marvel monster story. This time, it's Gorgilla - a creature that's part-man, part-ape and 100% beast. The setting is an expedition to discover the missing link between man and ape, which quickly turns into a nightmare when the scientists find themselves face to face with the massive Gorgilla. The story is split into four parts, with titles that perfectly capture the pulpy, over-the-top feel of these classic monster comics. "The Monster of Midnight Mountain", "The Sorcerer", "My Nightmare Has No End!" and "Save Me! Save Me! A Monster Waits Outside!" - they all promise thrilling, edge-of-your-seat action and they absolutely deliver. Whether you're a fan of classic monster movies or just a lover of early Marvel comics, Tales to Astonish #12 is a must-read.

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