Has a musty odor. Has a very minor spine roll. Has cracks/stress lines to the spine. The corners are rounded. The corners on the opening side have crease lines. The bottom of the cover has moisture damage. There is a pen line going through the k in Spooky. The front cover has rub-off. There are tears around the staples to the cover. The interior of the front cover has a name sticker in the upper left corner. The interior pages have age related darkening. The corners have a faint crease line that goes throughout the issue. The bottom right corner is chipped for the last half of the issue, the last few pages are missing the tip of the corner. The first page of the "Mr. Cleanup" story has a half inch tear at the bottom next to the spine. The right side of the centerfold and the page that follows have a dog ear to the upper right corner. The page that follows has a dog ear to the lower right corner. Has a quarter inch spine split to the top of the cover. The bottom of the back cover has chipping. The back cover has a dark stain to the middle of the top edge.Condition: GDPlease see the notes section under the price for condition notes. Shipping is $3 for economy shipping or $6.25 for priority. Shipping is a flat rate of just $3 for an unlimited amount of comics purchased! Please check out our other items. We have thousands of comics in stock! If you have any questions, please contact us. Payment when using buy it now is due immediately, payment for products or best offer is due within 3 days and can be made via Paypal only. All images are of the actual item for sale. We never use stock photos. Please note: We do our absolute best to accurately describe each item, but due to how many listings we process each day some things may be missed. If you would like to know anything specific about an item or would like additional images please let us know BEFORE looking. All items we sell are authentic, we never sell bootlegs. We are authorized resellers of everything we list. We grade using Overstreet standards and have over 20 years experience in grading. OWL stands for Overstreet Whiteness Level and is the industry standard for determining the quality of whiteness comic pages have based on a 10 point scale.