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Avengers #1
Origin and First Appearance of the Avengers
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Marvel’s Avengers #1, published in 1963, marks the beginning of one of Marvel’s most successful franchises. This cornerstone comic kickstarts The Avengers, featuring the joining of Thor, the Hulk, Iron Man, Ant-Man, and the Wasp into an unlikely band of superheroes. The book opens with Loki, villain turned anti-hero,  attempting to capture Thor by framing the Hulk. In order to clear the Hulk’s name, Thor, Ant-Man, the Wasp and Iron Man come to the Hulk’s aid and vanquish Loki. The result? A new team of superheroes whose mission is to fight the foes “no single superhero can withstand."


Due to its introduction of key characters, this comic, scripted by Stan Lee himself and illustrated by the renowned Jack Kirby, is considered a Silver Age grail. Its enormous influence in pop culture can be seen by the numbers. The Avengers MCU film series occupy the top 4 slots of the highest-grossing superhero films, and Avengers: Endgame is the highest-grossing film of all time. Film critic Peter Travers remarks, “This movie is an epic event, built to celebrate the end of a decade in which the Marvel Cinematic Universe produced 19 films.”

Our copy of Avengers #1 is graded 9.4 by CGC, the third-highest grade in circulation, and is one of only 11 in the world.

Grail Status
Avengers #1 is ranked among the 15 most popular Silver Age comic books.
First Appearance
The Avengers #1 comic features the first appearance of The Avengers, including Thor, the Hulk, Iron Man, Ant Man and The Wasp.
Highest Grossing Superhero Films
In addition to their popularity as comic book characters, The Avengers characters have been very successful as a film franchise. The top 4 highest grossing superhero films are all Avengers films. Additionally, Avengers: Endgame was the highest grossing film of all time, at $2.7 billion.
Year
1963
Publisher
Marvel
Age
Silver
Condition
CGC 9.4
Color
White
Condition Census
11
Acquired From
Metropolis Collectibles
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