(Abbreviated as GD)
A below average comic book. For a comic book to be in this grade it may have major defects, but must still be readable. Most new comics in this condition will have little to no value.
For a comic book to be considered, “Good” it needs to meet the following criteria:
A detached cover is acceptable.
Creases, fading and major discoloration available.
Minor tears and folds.
Coupons may be cut from the cover.
The staples may discolored, rusted, or even absent.
Creases and minor tears permitted.
May have some obvious types of repair such as tape.
The color of the pages may be brown.
The pages should not be brittle.
There may be small bits of the comic missing.
There may be stains and other defects of the pages.
Overall:A below average comic book.
An Example Of A Fine Condition Comic BookFine Comic Book Gallery
Other Comic Book Terms:Mint