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  • Re-titled Miss America Magazine, formerly Miss America Comics
  • 1st appearance of Patsy Walker, later becomes Hellcat
  • 1st appearance of Buzz Baxter, later becomes Mad-Dog
  • 1st appearance of Hedy Wolfe, friend and rival of Patsy Walker
  • Re-titled Miss America Magazine, formerly Miss America Comics
  • 1st appearance of Patsy Walker, later becomes Hellcat
  • 1st appearance of Buzz Baxter, later becomes Mad-Dog
  • 1st appearance of Hedy Wolfe, friend and rival of Patsy Walker
Low $60
Mid $150
High $350
  • Premiere issue of Roy Rogers Comics, previously appeared in Four Color Comics
  • Premiere issue of Roy Rogers Comics, previously appeared in Four Color Comics
Low $12
Mid $40
High $125
  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: two boys find a box with a man's amputated hands inside
  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: two boys find a box with a man's amputated hands inside
Low $20
Mid $60
High $195
  • 1st appearance of Calico Kid, Rex Fury, becomes The Ghost Rider in Tim Holt #11
  • 1st appearance of Calico Kid, Rex Fury, becomes The Ghost Rider in Tim Holt #11
Low $20
Mid $70
High $210
  • Photo cover depicts legendary artist/writer Jack Kirby as a criminal, sitting, being arrested by famed artist/writer Joe Simon, standing
  • Photo cover depicts legendary artist/writer Jack Kirby as a criminal, sitting, being arrested by famed artist/writer Joe Simon, standing
Low $220
Mid $835
High $2.2k
  • Photo cover featuring Marilyn Monroe
  • Photo cover featuring Marilyn Monroe
Low $280
Mid $1k
High $2.9k
  • 1st appearance of the Golden Age Ghost Rider, formerly the Calico Kid
  • 1st appearance of the Golden Age Ghost Rider, formerly the Calico Kid
Low $80
Mid $260
High $825
  • Five-issue comic book series based on the radio program that later became a television show
  • Ozzie and Harriet was the longest running live-action TV sitcom until It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia was renewed for a 15th season
  • Five-issue comic book series based on the radio program that later became a television show
  • Ozzie and Harriet was the longest running live-action TV sitcom until It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia was renewed for a 15th season
Low $215
Mid $580
High $1.2k
  • Photo cover depicts Stan Lee in costume as the Black Rider
  • Photo cover depicts Stan Lee in costume as the Black Rider
Low $12
Mid $35
High $105
  • 1st appearance of The Preacher
  • 1st appearance of The Preacher
Low $60
Mid $180
High $630
  • Biography of the Yankees
  • One-page story featuring Tony Lazzeri
  • Cover misspells Mickey Mantle's name as 'Micky'
  • Biography of the Yankees
  • One-page story featuring Tony Lazzeri
  • Cover misspells Mickey Mantle's name as 'Micky'
Low $225
Mid $845
High $2.8k
  • Photo cover featuring Marilyn Monroe and Richard Widmark
  • Photo cover featuring Marilyn Monroe and Richard Widmark
Low $12
Mid $40
High $120
  • 1st appearance of the Hardy Boys in comics
  • 1st appearance of the Hardy Boys in comics
Low $95
Mid $230
High $525
  • Controversial cover, possible inappropriate innuendo
  • Controversial cover, possible inappropriate innuendo
Low $75
Mid $200
High $820
  • 1st appearance of Barbie in a comic book
  • 1st appearance of Ken in a comic book
  • [September 2020 - Oscar nominated writer and director Noah Baumbach's next live action movie will be based on the classic Barbie character. Early unconfirmed reports that Margot Robbie will play the leading role]
  • 1st appearance of Barbie in a comic book
  • 1st appearance of Ken in a comic book
  • [September 2020 - Oscar nominated writer and director Noah Baumbach's next live action movie will be based on the classic Barbie character. Early unconfirmed reports that Margot Robbie will play the leading role]
Low $8
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High $80
  • Cover appearance of Dragula, the Munsters' car
  • Cover appearance of Dragula, the Munsters' car
Low $45
Mid $130
High $415
  • 1st appearance of Dr. Who in a U.S. published comic book
  • Comic book adaptation of the film 'Dr. Who and the Daleks'
  • 1st appearance of Dr. Who in a U.S. published comic book
  • Comic book adaptation of the film 'Dr. Who and the Daleks'
Low $18
Mid $80
High $280
  • Premiere issue of the first Silver Age Green Hornet title
  • Based off of the 1966 TV show
  • Photo cover with Van Williams and Bruce Lee
  • Premiere issue of the first Silver Age Green Hornet title
  • Based off of the 1966 TV show
  • Photo cover with Van Williams and Bruce Lee
Low $18
Mid $60
High $180
  • Second issue of the first Star Trek series
  • Fishing pole advertisement on back cover
  • There are two $0.12 cent versions of this issue - one with an ad that appears to be more common and one with a pin-up photograph of Captain Kirk and Spock
  • Second issue of the first Star Trek series
  • Fishing pole advertisement on back cover
  • There are two $0.12 cent versions of this issue - one with an ad that appears to be more common and one with a pin-up photograph of Captain Kirk and Spock
Low $50
Mid $150
High $550
  • $0.15 price variant with pin-up back cover featuring Captain Kirk and Spock
  • There are two versions of this cover - one with the pin-up photo which appears to be more common than the version with the fishing pole advertisement
  • $0.15 price variant with pin-up back cover featuring Captain Kirk and Spock
  • There are two versions of this cover - one with the pin-up photo which appears to be more common than the version with the fishing pole advertisement
Low $15
Mid $50
High $150
  • Adaptation of The Avengers British TV show (1961 - 1969)
  • Adaptation of The Avengers British TV show (1961 - 1969)
Low $12
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High $120
  • Comic book adaptation of the television show of the same name
  • Comic book adaptation of the television show of the same name
Low $8
Mid $25
High $65
  • 1st comic book appearance of the Banana Splits, a children's TV show that ran from 1968 thru 1970
  • Remade into a horror movie in 2019
  • 1st comic book appearance of the Banana Splits, a children's TV show that ran from 1968 thru 1970
  • Remade into a horror movie in 2019
Low $9
Mid $25
High $110
  • Comic book adaptation of the movie, Beneath the Planet of the Apes, the sequel to Planet of the Apes
  • 1st U.S. comic book appearance of the Planet of the Apes
  • Manga adaptations of the original film were published in Japan prior to the publication of this issue
  • Centerfold poster included
  • Comic book adaptation of the movie, Beneath the Planet of the Apes, the sequel to Planet of the Apes
  • 1st U.S. comic book appearance of the Planet of the Apes
  • Manga adaptations of the original film were published in Japan prior to the publication of this issue
  • Centerfold poster included
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High $10
  • 1st battle of Godzilla vs King Kong (movie stills)
  • 1st battle of Godzilla vs King Kong (movie stills)
Low $65
Mid $190
High $650
  • Print run: 500 copies, obtained via mail order
  • 36-page black and white pictorial tribute to Heidi Saha, a 14-year-old girl who competed in costume contests as Vampirella and other characters at fan conventions in the early 1970s
  • Controversial publication by Vampirella creator Forest Ackerman due to Saha's age and rumors that she appeared nude in pictures published in this magazine which is untrue
  • Ackerman's descriptions of Heidi are criticized as inappropriate including the following, 'At the present time she neatly distributes 35" 24" 36" into a 5'7" frame weighing 120 lbs. and topped by a heavenly cascade of honey-blonde hair'
  • Heidi's father, Art Saha is credited for coining the term Trekkie to describe fans of Star Trek
  • Print run: 500 copies, obtained via mail order
  • 36-page black and white pictorial tribute to Heidi Saha, a 14-year-old girl who competed in costume contests as Vampirella and other characters at fan conventions in the early 1970s
  • Controversial publication by Vampirella creator Forest Ackerman due to Saha's age and rumors that she appeared nude in pictures published in this magazine which is untrue
  • Ackerman's descriptions of Heidi are criticized as inappropriate including the following, 'At the present time she neatly distributes 35" 24" 36" into a 5'7" frame weighing 120 lbs. and topped by a heavenly cascade of honey-blonde hair'
  • Heidi's father, Art Saha is credited for coining the term Trekkie to describe fans of Star Trek
Low $4
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High $40
  • Premiere issue with four stories focused on Fonzi
  • Simultaneously published by Whitman and Gold Key
  • Premiere issue with four stories focused on Fonzi
  • Simultaneously published by Whitman and Gold Key
Low $1
Mid $2
High $8
  • Adapted from the 1979 Disney film
  • Part 1 of 4
  • Adapted from the 1979 Disney film
  • Part 1 of 4
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High $25
  • Photo cover art featuring Stan Lee
  • Dark 'April Fool's' joke insinuating the death of Stan Lee
  • Photo cover art featuring Stan Lee
  • Dark 'April Fool's' joke insinuating the death of Stan Lee
Low $4
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  • 68-page adaptation of the critically panned, fantasy musical movie Xanadu (1980)
  • 68-page adaptation of the critically panned, fantasy musical movie Xanadu (1980)
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High $45
  • 1st appearance of Varnae, the first vampire to walk the Earth
  • 1st appearance of Varnae, the first vampire to walk the Earth
Low $50
Mid $195
High $750
  • 1st appearance of Super Mario in a comic book story
  • 1st appearance of Donkey Kong in a comic book story
  • 1st appearance of Super Mario in a comic book story
  • 1st appearance of Donkey Kong in a comic book story
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High $15
  • Photo cover featuring Stan Lee, Chris Claremont, Walter Simonson, John Byrne, Jim Shooter, Denny O'Neil, Paul Smith, Dave Cockrum, Bill Mantlo, Al Milgrom, Mark Gruenwald, and Terry Austin.
  • Photo cover featuring Stan Lee, Chris Claremont, Walter Simonson, John Byrne, Jim Shooter, Denny O'Neil, Paul Smith, Dave Cockrum, Bill Mantlo, Al Milgrom, Mark Gruenwald, and Terry Austin.
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High $30
  • 48-page softcover graphic novel adaptation of the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
  • 48-page softcover graphic novel adaptation of the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
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High $8
  • Official adaptation of the 1990 Disney film, standard edition
  • [June 2022 - a remake is in the works for Amblin Partners with Christopher Landon (Freaker) writing/directing and James Wan's production house attached]
  • Official adaptation of the 1990 Disney film, standard edition
  • [June 2022 - a remake is in the works for Amblin Partners with Christopher Landon (Freaker) writing/directing and James Wan's production house attached]
  • Movie still cover
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  • Photo cover of the cast from the Saved By The Bell series
  • Photo cover of the cast from the Saved By The Bell series
Low $2
Mid $8
High $20
  • Biography of Richard Ramirez
  • Biography of Richard Ramirez
Low $1
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High $10
  • Continuation of an interview with Todd McFarlane on Spawn that began in issue #1
  • Continuation of an interview with Todd McFarlane on Spawn that began in issue #1
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Meteor Man in a comic book
  • Comic book adaptation of the August 1993 film, published prior to the release of the movie
  • Photo cover of actor Robert Townsend
  • 1st appearance and origin of Meteor Man in a comic book
  • Comic book adaptation of the August 1993 film, published prior to the release of the movie
  • Photo cover of actor Robert Townsend
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  • Adaptation of the partially live-action/animated movie starring Michael Jordan and Looney Tunes characters
  • Adaptation of the partially live-action/animated movie starring Michael Jordan and Looney Tunes characters
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High $60
  • Red foil convention exclusive, limited to 500 copies
  • There is also a gold foil edition
  • Red foil convention exclusive, limited to 500 copies
  • There is also a gold foil edition
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High $3
  • 1st full appearance of Jessica Priest
  • 1st full appearance of Jessica Priest
Low $3
Mid $9
High $30
  • Variant photo cover featuring Wesley Snipes as Blade
  • Marv Wolfman filed a $35 million lawsuit against Marvel, New Line Cinema and Time Warner regarding ownership of Blade but lost the case two years later
  • Variant photo cover featuring Wesley Snipes as Blade
  • Marv Wolfman filed a $35 million lawsuit against Marvel, New Line Cinema and Time Warner regarding ownership of Blade but lost the case two years later
  • Scarce, final issue
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  • 4-page promotional comic published by DC advertising the movie
  • Interior content are stills from the film arranged like a comic book
  • 4-page promotional comic published by DC advertising the movie
  • Interior content are stills from the film arranged like a comic book
  • Variant photo cover
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  • Variant photo cover featuring Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Variant photo cover featuring Obi-Wan Kenobi
Low $4
Mid $12
High $40
  • Photo variant featuring Ray Park as Darth Maul
  • Photo variant featuring Ray Park as Darth Maul
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High $5
  • One-shot tie-in that provides background story to the 1999 'found-footage' film
  • [April 2022 - rumor that LionsGate is interested in developing a reboot]
  • Second printing credited names across footer colored red / third printing, title and footer credits colored red
  • One-shot tie-in that provides background story to the 1999 'found-footage' film
  • [April 2022 - rumor that LionsGate is interested in developing a reboot]
  • Second printing credited names across footer colored red / third printing, title and footer credits colored red
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Miss America Magazine #2 Marvel $360 $950 $3.5k
Roy Rogers Comics #1 Dell $60 $150 $350
Tom Mix Western #9 Fawcett $12 $40 $125
Tim Holt #6 Magazine Enterprises $20 $60 $195
Headline Comics #37 Prize $20 $70 $210
Teen-Age Diary Secrets #6 St. John $220 $835 $2.2k
Tim Holt #11 Magazine Enterprises $280 $1k $2.9k
Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, The #1 DC $80 $260 $825
Black Rider #8 Marvel $215 $580 $1.2k
Prize Comics Western #82 Prize $12 $35 $105
Thrilling True Stories of the Baseball Yankees #1 Fawcett $60 $180 $630
Sweethearts #119 Fawcett $225 $845 $2.8k
Four Color #760 Dell $12 $40 $120
Rifleman #10 Dell $95 $230 $525
Barbie and Ken #1 Dell $75 $200 $820
Munsters, The #6 Gold Key $8 $20 $80
Dr. Who and the Daleks #190 Dell $45 $130 $415
Green Hornet #1 Gold Key $18 $80 $280
Star Trek #2 Gold Key $18 $60 $180
Star Trek #2 Gold Key $50 $150 $550
John Steed / Emma Peel #1 Western $15 $50 $150
Mod Squad, The #1 Dell $12 $40 $120
Banana Splits #1 Gold Key $8 $25 $65
Beneath the Planet of the Apes #1 Gold Key $9 $25 $110
Monster Madness #2 Marvel $1 $2 $10
An Illustrated History of Heidi Saha #1 Warren $65 $190 $650
Happy Days #1 Whitman $4 $12 $40
Black Hole #1 Whitman $1 $2 $8
Comic Reader #179 Street Enterprises $2 $8 $25
Marvel Comics Super Special #17 Marvel $4 $12 $40
Bizarre Adventures #33 Marvel $4 $12 $45
Blip Magazine #1 Marvel $50 $195 $750
Marvel Fumetti Book, The #1 Marvel $1 $5 $15
Marvel Graphic Novel: Who Framed Roger Rabbit? #1 Marvel $3 $9 $30
Arachnophobia #1 Disney $1 $2 $8
Toxic Avenger #11 Marvel $1 $2 $10
Saved By The Bell #1 Harvey $1 $2 $10
Psycho Killers #6 Comic Zone $2 $8 $20
Amazing Heroes Interviews #2 Fantagraphics $1 $2 $10
Meteor Man #1 Marvel $1 $2 $10
Space Jam #1 DC $1 $5 $15
Munsters, The #1 TV Comics $5 $18 $60
Curse of the Spawn #12 Image $1 $2 $3
Blade #1 Marvel $3 $9 $30
Sandman Mystery Theatre #70 DC Vertigo $3 $9 $30
The Iron Giant #1 DC $4 $12 $40
Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace #2 Dark Horse $1 $2 $5
Star Wars: Episode I Obi-Wan Kenobi #1 Dark Horse $1 $2 $10
Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace #3 Dark Horse $4 $12 $40
Blair Witch Project, The #1 ONI $1 $2 $5