VERY IMPORTANT!! READ THIS BEFORE offerDING!!!!! I am relisting this lot since the first buyer was not satisfied with my description of the condition. I am not a professional grader or dealer. This is from my personal collection. I bought these from a local shop and immediately bagged and boarded them. When I inspected them I did not see any obvious flaws, however the previous buyer (I think it was the real life Sheldon from "Big Bang Theory") was a dealer and was very picky in his inspection. Unfortunately I have no way of knowing if he returned my copy or kept mine because it was in better condition than the one he sent back. If you are wanting a guaranteed high grade copy, there are plenty of copies that are graded by CGC and the likes. Feel free to offer on or buy them. With that being said I will try to describe these as best as I can below, however I am not taking ANY returns or refunding any money for the buyer protection program unless it is severely damaged in shipping which would be covered by the shipping insurance, which I will be providing as part of the free shipping. I learned my lesson and I am not running a comic book library or a comic book upgrade program. They are first printing issues of #1, #2, #3, and #4 from Shadowline Image comics. This series is about to made into two TV series. All four issues have never been read and were immediately bagged and boarded. Issue #1 has small wear in the top left corner which is detailed in the close up picture. Issue #2 and #3 each have a couple of small spots on the spine. I will only accept payment by Paypal and I will only ship to the USA. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. On May-22-13 at 20:00:31 PDT, seller added the following information:
UPDATE I was taking photos of the back of the comics, as requested by an user, and noticed a bend, fold, crease, or whatever you want to call it, with a color break on the back lower left cover of issue #1. It is visible if you zoom in on the photo. I wanted to be as upfront and honest as possible to avoid any disputes later. I tend to not handle my comics at all once they are in the bag and never think to look at the back.