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Little Pete


High Value: $2,200

Minimum Value: $27

Batman #189 (1967)

Batman #189 (1967) is a must-have for any serious collector. This issue marks the first appearance of Scarecrow in the Silver Age and tells the story of Batman facing his greatest fears. The Scarecrow’s origin is retold as Jonathan Crane, a psychology professor, creates a masked identity for himself to garner respect and money from his peers. This issue features exciting action as Batman and Robin battle against the Scarecrow and his men, using scare tactics and a hallucinogenic chemical sprayer. This issue also includes a blind battle against big cats and a laser torch from Robin's utility belt. If you have this issue, contact us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection directly to us for a fair price. At Comics Into Cash, we pride ourselves on our knowledge and reputation in the comic book industry.

High Value: $960

Minimum Value: $12

World's Finest Comics #95 (1958)

In World's Finest Comics #95, Batman is given an unexpected power-up that propels him into a head-to-head battle with none other than Superman. Yeah, you read that right. Batman. With superpowers. It's the epic showdown that nobody saw coming, and it's all squeezed into the pages of this classic comic book.

But that's not all. The issue also features top-notch strips featuring Robin and Green Arrow, not to mention a side-splitting gag strip from Ollie. And if you're looking for some frontier-era thrills, you'll enjoy "The Indian Troubador" from the legendary Tomahawk.

This issue truly has something for everyone, but the real draw is the unforgettable clash between the Caped Crusader and the Man of Steel. Who will come out on top? You'll have to read it for yourself to find out. But one thing's for sure - this is a must-have for any serious collector. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

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