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The 10 Most Expensive Comic-Books Ever
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The 10 Most Expensive Comic-Books Ever | 6. All-American Comics 16
6. All-American Comics 16

Value: $478,000

What’s it about? Boy pilot Hop Harrigan and US marines Red, White and Blue grace the pages of this anthology, but its significance is in the introduction of the Green Lantern, here in the form of Alan Scott. Scott miraculously survives a train wreck clutching a mysterious lantern of spacey origin, which gives him flashbacks to two millennia past. Hate when that happens. Moulding the lantern’s green flame of life into a ring, he learns to wield his new-found power, and nails the bastards responsible for the rail disaster in the process.

Why so valuable? Green Lantern is more popular than you realised.

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