Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)
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Marvel Comics Set: Amazing Spider-Man #1, Avengers #1, and Daredevil #1 (CGC)

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Amazing Spider-Man #1 (CGC 1.5) "Amazing Spider-Man #1," published in 1963, marked the iconic debut of Spider-Man in his own self-titled series after his initial appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15. This pivotal issue, created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, introduced readers to the young and relatable Peter Parker, a high school student who grapples with the challenges of adolescence while secretly carrying the responsibilities of a superhero. In this issue, Spider-Man faces off against the menacing Chameleon, showcasing his unique acrobatic abilities and his clever use of web-shooters. With its dynamic storytelling, vibrant artwork, and the birth of Spider-Man's independent adventures, this comic laid the foundation for the enduring legacy of one of Marvel's most beloved and enduring characters.

Avengers #1 (CGC 3.5) "Avengers #1," released in 1963, stands as a momentous chapter in the Marvel Universe, assembling some of the most iconic superheroes of the time. Crafted by the legendary creative team of writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, this issue brought together Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Ant-Man, and the Wasp to form Earth's mightiest superhero team, the Avengers. Driven by a common threat posed by Loki, the trickster god, the Avengers' formation marked a turning point in comic book storytelling, introducing the concept of heroes uniting to face challenges beyond their individual capacities. With its dynamic character interactions, monumental action, and the promise of collaborative heroics, Avengers #1 laid the foundation for a franchise that would captivate generations of readers and evolve into a cornerstone of pop culture.

Daredevil #1 (CGC 2.0) "Daredevil #1," published in 1964, heralded the arrival of a unique and groundbreaking superhero into the Marvel Universe. Crafted by the creative team of writer Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett, with input from artist Jack Kirby and others, this issue introduced readers to Matt Murdock, a blind attorney with heightened senses due to a childhood accident. By day, Murdock fights for justice in the courtroom, while by night, he transforms into Daredevil, the Man Without Fear, to combat crime in the gritty streets of Hell's Kitchen. The comic's innovative storytelling, coupled with Daredevil's vulnerability and complex moral dilemmas, set it apart from conventional superhero narratives, laying the groundwork for the character's enduring popularity and demonstrating Marvel's willingness to explore new dimensions of heroism and adversity.