How come many of the newer comics you offer don't have grades assigned to them?
Most comics from the past 15 - 20 years were sold as 'collectibles' rather than as just reading material and therefore, were treated better by their owners.
Most of the time, I base my selling price on what I've paid for them, so to be honest, when I sell a comic for a couple bucks or less, I don't feel like taking several minutes on each issue and going through them page by page so that they can be graded. I've found that most comics I buy (I don't buy the really worn ones) fall into the area of 'Fine to Mint', so if it looks nice as I glance through it, I post it and move on to the next issue.
Any major defects will be noted, but when I find newer comics that have these, I either throw them away or give them out at Halloween as treats.
Another thing is that I buy collections and sometimes entire comic shop inventories, so it's possible I have several hundred copies of a specific issue, so you'll be getting the best one I have.
Older, rarer, and/or more valuable comics will get the time they deserve and a proper grade assessed to them.
So, if you're buying a comic for a buck or two, it might not be in Pristine Gem Mint 10.0 condition, but it will be a nice copy that would probably fall into the 'fine to mint' classification.
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