Snafu #1 - November 1955 - Stan Lee - No Reserve

Snafu Issue #1 - November 1955 - No Reserve

You are bidding on issue #1 of Snafu, "Founded by Irving Forbush, Losted by Marvin Forbush". "The entire project was, for the most part, lovingly WRITTEN and EDITED by STAN LEE. (He's all heart.)"

This copy is in oustanding condition except for two places along the spine. T are 1" and 2" sections w the spine is missing -- most likely the result of an insect of some sort. Definitely not rodents as it's affected just the spine. Were it not for that, this magazine would easily rate VF-. T are no creases, tears, or anything missing. The pages are light cream colored and not brittle. It lies flat with no rust and one small transverse stress line. Corners are only slightly rounded with no dogears. No writing of any sort. It's a crying shame really.

I have no idea of what grade to give this because of the spine problem, so I've only listed the condition as best I can. You can make the call on it and bid what you think it's worth based on that. If you want larger scans, no problem. Shoot me an e-mail and I'll get them to you. Thanks for getting through my rambling and happy bidding.

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