Flare Comics #1 Rare Comic Fanzine First Issue 1964

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  • Item Category: Books, Paper & Magazines
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 13,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

Offered is a complete, unrestored example of Flare Comics #1 from August, 1964. This fanzine is in Very Good to Excellent condition with supple off-white pages. Usual horizontal subscription fold line through the middle, light stress back cover edges. Overall a nice example of a hard to find piece of comic book history.

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