Anybody on here collect Amazing Spiderman silver age comics?

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  1. Rdfnd1253

    Rdfnd1253 Well-Known Member

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    I was curious to see if any fellow TF fans collect silverage Spiderman comics. I am interested in picking up a bunch if any of you guys have any for sale for a good price.

    I am also interested marvel tales annual 1 with the origin of spiderman(amazing fantasy) reprint.
     
  2. Cyber-Scream

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    Grimlock22 Some sort of artist

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    I might depends on when silver age is
     
  4. Macross7

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    I think Silver Age would be comics released in the 60's-70's. Bronze is the 80's.
     
  5. Ikkstakk

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    Since when is Bronze the 80s? I was buying comics in the 80s and we sure didn't consider ourselves to be in the Bronze Age then. Silver Age is roughly 1956-1970. Bronze Age is roughly 1970-1980, or so I've always understood.
     
  6. Aernaroth

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    The Silver Age is generally considered to be between the reimagining of the Flash - DC Showcase #4, 1956, to the death of the Flash in Crish on Infinite Earths - March 1986.

    The present era is almost always the "modern era", and our understanding of the eras before usually is subjective to the present, since their influences change.
     
  7. Spiderus Prime

    Spiderus Prime TFW Spongebob since 2007

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    TheIncredibleHulk Find Gary Busey!

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    I collect Hulk comics. My goal has always been to have the full run, though I haven't actually collected in a long time. I need to get back into that eventually.
     

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