Showcase #102 Very Fine, Hawkman Adam Strange Joe Kubert Cover Art Dc Comics '78
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Showcase #102 Very Fine, Hawkman Adam Strange Joe Kubert Cover Art Dc Comics '78:
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UNDERSTANDING COMIC BOOK GRADES. Grading comic books is one of the most difficult parts of the the hobby to master. Most collectors and many dealers too seem to have difficulty mastering it. Over-grading is one of the most pervasive problems of the industry. Here is a concise overview of comics grading. For more information, consult the Overstreet Price Guide. Keep in mind, that you grade each book by the same standards regardless of age. A Near Mint book is a Near Mint book whether it is from the 1940s or from 2007. Here are the grades.
NM, Near Mint=Like New. You really have to look close to find any flaws at all. Might have just one tiny color flake, or other very minor blemish. No creases acceptable.
VF, Very Fine=Almost Like New with just a couple of tiny, barely noticeable flaws. One or two small color flakes along the spine are acceptable, but no folds or tears.
F, Fine=A nice looking comic. Still Glossy and handsome, but has more noticeable flaws such as several color flakes along the spine. The cover should still be firmly attached at the staples.
VG, Very Good=A decent looking comic that is showing more heavy wear. May have subscription crease down the middle. May have a loose staple.
G, Good=Well worn, but still sound. Generally the lowest grade that most collectors will accept for most books, unless they are quite rare. Could be soiled, lack color gloss or have tape on it. Some drawing on cover is acceptable in this grade.
FA, Fair=Really beat. Can Have large chunks missing, a completely split cover, or coupons cut out. Cover may be scribbled on.
P, Poor= Just about as bad as you can get. A rag with missing pages. Barely There. The worst.
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