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Welcome to our showroom!
Ironman Comics
Ironman Comics
Captain America Comics
Ironman Comics
Ironman Comics
Captain America Comics
Ironman Comics
Fantastic Four Comics
Silver Surfer Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Amazing Fantasy Comics
Amazing Fantasy Comics
Amazing Spider-Man Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
Incredible Hulk Comics
 
 
 
Pristine Comics Presents

 

Greetings Fellow Collectors,


 

I am Darren Adams, and welcome to The Showroom .


The Showroom is our online gallery, dedicated to the Silver and Bronze age of Comics. It is our way of paying tribute to the creation of next era of iconic mainstream characters. The Showroom emphasizes the importance of comics from 1967-1973. During these years the industry was ushering such talents as Adams, Steranko, Ploog, Smith & Wrightson.


Everyone loves seeing a truly well kept specimen of a book owned, at one time or another, by most comic book enthusiast, and sadly lost! These works may not be the six-figure mega buck books yet. However, they are equally and unbelievably important pieces of history, making these rare creations tough to find in pristine condition. Scarcity, condition, and collectability all in top notch grades are what constitutes a truly Pristine Comic Showroom piece!


Books in The Showroom collection are books rarely seen at conventions or offered at your favorite comic shops. I have discovered finding pristine works, such as these, are most often found in personal collections, and you will need a pry bar and a hammer to break them loose. Collectors rarely part with such coveted books from their collections, understanding their future equity and near impossible odds of replacement.


The Showroom collection is made possible thanks to extensive collaboration, of fellow collectors I have had the honor of working with over the past several years, as I capture the most influential superheroes of my childhood.



Darren Adams.