Vision Volume 1, #1 in NM or Better condition. HARD TO FIND Marcos Martin 1:20 Incentive Variant cover.
Viv, Vin and VIrginia Vision First Appearances. This book is practically butter. Get it graded, I reapeat, GET IT GRADED. One of the coolest covers ever. He first two photos are actual HD scans of the comic book.
Additional photos are provided for you to make the best decision before purchasing. You will receive the actual comic in the photos. As everyone knows, grading can at times be subjective. I use the Overstreet grading scale in determination for the grades listed, but look at the photos for your assessment.
Verstreet definition for NM or better. 10.0 GEM MINT (GM): An exceptional example of a given book - the best ever seen.
Only the slightest bindery or printing defects are allowed. Not with most grading services though, perfect means perfect. Cover is flat with no surface wear.Inks are bright with high reflectivity. Corners are cut square and sharp. Spine is tight and flat.
Staples must be original, centered and clean with no rust. Paper is white supple and fresh. No interior autographs or owner signatures. 9.9 MINT (MT): Near perfect in every way. Only subtle bindery or printing defects are allowed."Subtle" as in nearly invisible, and grading companies may not allow it for their 9.9 either. Inks are bright with high reflectivity and minimal fading. Small, inconspicuous, lightly penciled, stamped or inked arrival dates are acceptable as long as they are in an unobtrusive location. Staples must be original, generally centered and clean with no rust.
Paper is white, supple and fresh. 9.8 NEAR MINT/MINT (NM/MT): Nearly perfect in every way with only minor imperfections that keep it from the next higher grade.Only the slightest interior tears are allowed. 9.6 NEAR MINT+ (NM+): Nearly perfect with a minor additional virtue or virtues that raise it from Near Mint. No bindery tears are allowed, although on Golden Age books bindery tears of up to 1/8 have been noted. Inks are bright with high reflectivity and a minimum of fading.
One corner may be almost imperceptibly blunted, but still almost sharp and cut square. Almost imperceptible indentations are permissible, but no creases, bends, or color breaks.
Staples must be original, generally centered, with only the slightest discoloration. Paper is (no worse than) off-white, supple and fresh. 9.4 NEAR MINT (NM): Nearly perfect with only minor imperfections that keep it from the next higher grade.Minor feathering that does not detract from the overall beauty of an otherwise higher grade copy is acceptable for this grade. Subtle bindery/printing defects are allowed. Bindery tears must be less than 1/16" on Silver Age and later books, although on Golden Age books bindery tears of up to 1/4" have been noted. Cover is flat with (almost) no surface wear.
Generally well centered and firmly secured to interior pages. Corners are cut square and sharp with ever-so-slight blunting permitted. A 1/16 bend is permitted with no color break. No soiling, staining or other discoloration apart from some slight foxing.No spine roll or split allowed. Staples are generally centered; may have slight discoloration. No staple tears are allowed; almost no stress lines. In rare cases, a comic was not stapled at the bindery and therefore has a missing staple; this is not considered a defect. Any staple can be replaced on books up to Fine, but only vintage staples can be used on books from Very Fine to Near Mint. Mint books must have original staples. Paper is (no worse than) off-white to cream, supple and fresh. No hint of acidity in the odor of the newsprint. Slight interior tears are allowed. Feel free to message for any additional questions or photos. Check back often for NEW listings! By using the coupon code.
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