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  • 1st appearance of Scooby-Doo in comics
  • There is some debate that Scooby-Doo appeared 6 months earlier in Golden Comics Digest #7 but it is a one-page puzzle activity game, not a story
  • 1st appearance of Scooby-Doo in comics
  • There is some debate that Scooby-Doo appeared 6 months earlier in Golden Comics Digest #7 but it is a one-page puzzle activity game, not a story
Low $150
Mid $500
High $1.5k
  • 1st appearance of Appa Ali Apsa, a Guardian of the Universe
  • Retitled Green Arrow/Green Lantern
  • Issue considered by many to mark the end of the comic book Silver Age
  • Introduction of controversial social themes in comics - Green Lantern is reprimanded by a black man which was an expression of frustration by the creators for the lack of accurately presented black people in comics
  • ๐Ÿ…#5 on the Hot 10
  • Transactions from this week that sold for higher than the previous twelve-month average:
  • [Previous High In Brackets]
  • 8.5 sold for $1,750 vs the average $1,325 (+32%)
  • 5.5 sold for $475 vs the average $366 (+30%)
  • Beyond two big time record-breakers there was also a $20,400 of a 9.6 which surpassed the $17,675 twelve-month average by 15%. This $20k sale was the highest that this grade sold for since 2010 when it sold for $25k and 2009 when it sold for $30k. These 2009/2010 sales are a little suspicious considering the following 7 years sold between $7k and $10k. There are 24 copies in grade 9.6
  • 1st appearance of Appa Ali Apsa, a Guardian of the Universe
  • Retitled Green Arrow/Green Lantern
  • Issue considered by many to mark the end of the comic book Silver Age
  • Introduction of controversial social themes in comics - Green Lantern is reprimanded by a black man which was an expression of frustration by the creators for the lack of accurately presented black people in comics
  • ๐Ÿ…#5 on the Hot 10
  • Transactions from this week that sold for higher than the previous twelve-month average:
  • [Previous High In Brackets]
  • 8.5 sold for $1,750 vs the average $1,325 (+32%)
  • 5.5 sold for $475 vs the average $366 (+30%)
  • Beyond two big time record-breakers there was also a $20,400 of a 9.6 which surpassed the $17,675 twelve-month average by 15%. This $20k sale was the highest that this grade sold for since 2010 when it sold for $25k and 2009 when it sold for $30k. These 2009/2010 sales are a little suspicious considering the following 7 years sold between $7k and $10k. There are 24 copies in grade 9.6
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Man-Bat, a scientist whose experiment went awry after combining human and bat DNA to cure his own deafness
  • First team-up of Batgirl and Robin in a backup story
  • 1st appearance and origin of Man-Bat, a scientist whose experiment went awry after combining human and bat DNA to cure his own deafness
  • First team-up of Batgirl and Robin in a backup story
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  • 1st appearance of Conan the Barbarian
  • 1st cameo appearance of King Kull
  • 1st appearance of Conan the Barbarian
  • 1st cameo appearance of King Kull
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Mid $180
High $550
  • 1st cameo appearance of Darkseid, the ruler of Apokolips
  • 1st cameo appearance of Darkseid, the ruler of Apokolips
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Mid $525
High $1.6k
  • Iconic cover art by Neal Adams inspired by Detective Comics #31 (1939)
  • Iconic cover art by Neal Adams inspired by Detective Comics #31 (1939)
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High $180
  • 1st appearance of Orion, son of Darkseid
  • 1st appearance of Highfather, Leader of New Genesis
  • 1st appearance of Metron, Boom Tube inventor
  • 1st appearance of Orion's half-brother, Kalibak
  • 1st appearance of Lightray
  • 1st team appearance of the Parademons
  • Introduction of New Genesis and Apokolips
  • Debut of the Mobius Chair
  • 1st appearance of Orion, son of Darkseid
  • 1st appearance of Highfather, Leader of New Genesis
  • 1st appearance of Metron, Boom Tube inventor
  • 1st appearance of Orion's half-brother, Kalibak
  • 1st appearance of Lightray
  • 1st team appearance of the Parademons
  • Introduction of New Genesis and Apokolips
  • Debut of the Mobius Chair
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High $400
  • 1st full appearance of Darkseid
  • 1st team appearance of The Forever People: Beautiful Dreamer, Mark Moonrider, Serifan, Big Bear, Vykin the Black
  • First mention of Mother Boxes, sentient supercomputers of vast power and the Anti-Life Equation
  • 1st appearance of Infinity-Man, a protector of The Forever People
  • 1st full appearance of Darkseid
  • 1st team appearance of The Forever People: Beautiful Dreamer, Mark Moonrider, Serifan, Big Bear, Vykin the Black
  • First mention of Mother Boxes, sentient supercomputers of vast power and the Anti-Life Equation
  • 1st appearance of Infinity-Man, a protector of The Forever People
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High $310
  • 1st appearance of Mister Miracle, Scott Free, the son of Highfather
  • 1st appearance of Oberon, Mister Miracle's stage manager
  • 1st appearance and death of Thaddeus Brown, the Miracle Man who preceded Scott Free
  • ๐Ÿ”ฎ DC Possibilities: Mister Miracle is a second chance for DC to develop the New Gods which was supposed to happen in 2018 but stalled like many of their other projects
  • 1st appearance of Mister Miracle, Scott Free, the son of Highfather
  • 1st appearance of Oberon, Mister Miracle's stage manager
  • 1st appearance and death of Thaddeus Brown, the Miracle Man who preceded Scott Free
  • ๐Ÿ”ฎ DC Possibilities: Mister Miracle is a second chance for DC to develop the New Gods which was supposed to happen in 2018 but stalled like many of their other projects
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High $850
  • 1st appearance of Man-Thing, Ted Sallis, a scientist who developed a serum to protect soldiers from chemical warfare
  • The Super Soldier program known as Project Sulphur aka Weapon IV, had the unintended effect of transforming Ted Sallis into Man-Thing
  • 1st appearance of Ellen Brandt
  • 1st team appearance of the Femizons
  • 1st appearance of Man-Thing, Ted Sallis, a scientist who developed a serum to protect soldiers from chemical warfare
  • The Super Soldier program known as Project Sulphur aka Weapon IV, had the unintended effect of transforming Ted Sallis into Man-Thing
  • 1st appearance of Ellen Brandt
  • 1st team appearance of the Femizons
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Mid $270
High $780
  • 1st appearance and cover of Talia al Ghul, daughter of Ra's al Ghul
  • 1st appearance and cover of Talia al Ghul, daughter of Ra's al Ghul
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  • 1st appearance of Ra's al Ghul
  • 2nd appearance of Talia al Ghul
  • 1st appearance of Ra's al Ghul
  • 2nd appearance of Talia al Ghul
Low $425
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  • 1st appearance of the Swamp Thing, Alex Olsen
  • 1st appearance of the Swamp Thing, Alex Olsen
Low $65
Mid $285
High $725
  • Classic battle of the Hulk vs the Thing
  • Iconic cover art by John Buscema
  • Classic battle of the Hulk vs the Thing
  • Iconic cover art by John Buscema
Low $20
Mid $75
High $235
  • 1st appearance of Big Barda, highly skilled warrior and love interest of Mister Miracle
  • 1st appearance of Big Barda, highly skilled warrior and love interest of Mister Miracle
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High $180
  • Anniversary of The Amazing Spider-Man's 100th issue
  • Classic cover art by John Romita Sr.
  • Anniversary of The Amazing Spider-Man's 100th issue
  • Classic cover art by John Romita Sr.
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  • Pioneering story arc that confronted the topic of drug addiction which led to more realistic and relatable stories in comics
  • Adams and Mr. O'Neil won a Shazam Award in 1971 for 'Best Individual Story' and recognized by NYC mayor, John Lindsay in a letter which was printed in issue #86
  • Pioneering story arc that confronted the topic of drug addiction which led to more realistic and relatable stories in comics
  • Adams and Mr. O'Neil won a Shazam Award in 1971 for 'Best Individual Story' and recognized by NYC mayor, John Lindsay in a letter which was printed in issue #86
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High $290
  • Premiere issue of DC's war-horror series
  • Premiere issue of DC's war-horror series
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Mid $460
High $1.3k
  • 1st appearance of Morbius the Living Vampire
  • 1st appearance of Morbius the Living Vampire
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Mid $490
High $1.4k
  • 1st appearance and origin of Werewolf by Night
  • 1st appearance and origin of Werewolf by Night
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Mid $85
High $275
  • Beast undergoes a mutation which grows gray hair all over his body
  • Beast undergoes a mutation which grows gray hair all over his body
Low $30
Mid $90
High $530
  • 1st appearance of Jonah Hex
  • 1st appearance of Jonah Hex
Low $65
Mid $190
High $750
  • 1st appearance of Dracula, created by Gerry Conway and Gene Colan, inspired by Bram Stokerโ€™s classic character
  • 1st appearance of Van Helsing
  • 1st appearance of Frank Drake, a descendant of Dracula
  • 1st appearance of Dracula, created by Gerry Conway and Gene Colan, inspired by Bram Stokerโ€™s classic character
  • 1st appearance of Van Helsing
  • 1st appearance of Frank Drake, a descendant of Dracula
Low $60
Mid $175
High $615
  • Rebirth of HIM, renamed Warlock by the High Evolutionary
  • Debut of Warlock's costume including an unnamed emerald, later revealed to be the Soul Infinity Stone
  • Rebirth of HIM, renamed Warlock by the High Evolutionary
  • Debut of Warlock's costume including an unnamed emerald, later revealed to be the Soul Infinity Stone
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High $1k
  • 1st appearance and origin of Luke Cage, the first black superhero to headline a title in mainstream comics
  • Luke Cage became invincible to harm through a Super Soldier program called Project Power aka Weapon VI
  • 1st appearance of Diamondback, Comanche and Shades
  • 1st appearance and origin of Luke Cage, the first black superhero to headline a title in mainstream comics
  • Luke Cage became invincible to harm through a Super Soldier program called Project Power aka Weapon VI
  • 1st appearance of Diamondback, Comanche and Shades
Low $580
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze
  • 1st appearance and origin of Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze
Low $15
Mid $60
High $175
  • 1st appearance and origin of Etrigan the Demon
  • 1st appearance of Morgaine Le Fay, the sister of Madame Xanadu
  • 1st appearance of Randu Singh
  • 1st appearance and origin of Etrigan the Demon
  • 1st appearance of Morgaine Le Fay, the sister of Madame Xanadu
  • 1st appearance of Randu Singh
Low $35
Mid $115
High $350
  • 1st appearance and origin of the second Swamp Thing, Alec Holland
  • 1st cameo appearance of Anton Arcane
  • 1st appearance of Matt Cable, later becomes the Sandman's raven
  • 1st cameo appearance of the Un-Men
  • 1st appearance of Nathan Ellery, the man who caused the explosion that created Swamp Thing
  • First ongoing Swamp Thing solo title
  • 1st appearance and origin of the second Swamp Thing, Alec Holland
  • 1st cameo appearance of Anton Arcane
  • 1st appearance of Matt Cable, later becomes the Sandman's raven
  • 1st cameo appearance of the Un-Men
  • 1st appearance of Nathan Ellery, the man who caused the explosion that created Swamp Thing
  • First ongoing Swamp Thing solo title
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Mid $75
High $245
  • 1st appearance and origin of The Cat, Greer Grant
  • 1st appearance and origin of The Cat, Greer Grant
Low $45
Mid $135
High $480
  • 1st appearance of Madame MacEvil, daughter of Drax, later referred to by the name Moondragon
  • Madame MacEvil becomes Moondragon in Daredevil #105
  • [June 2021 - rumored to appear in GotG Vol. 3]
  • 1st appearance of Madame MacEvil, daughter of Drax, later referred to by the name Moondragon
  • Madame MacEvil becomes Moondragon in Daredevil #105
  • [June 2021 - rumored to appear in GotG Vol. 3]
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High $1.4k
  • 1st appearance of Thanos, an Eternal from Titan born with the Deviants gene
  • 1st cameo appearance of Eros aka Starfox, brother of Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Kronos, Grandfather of Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Mentor, father of Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Drax the Destroyer, created by Kronus to kill Thanos
  • 1st appearance of the Blood Brothers
  • 1st appearance of Thanos, an Eternal from Titan born with the Deviants gene
  • 1st cameo appearance of Eros aka Starfox, brother of Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Kronos, Grandfather of Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Mentor, father of Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Drax the Destroyer, created by Kronus to kill Thanos
  • 1st appearance of the Blood Brothers
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  • DC begins publishing Shazam after licensing the Captain Marvel character from Fawcett who they had successfully sued 20 years earlier for copyright infringement due to the character's similarities to Superman
  • 1st appearance of Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel Jr. and Mary Marvel since the Golden Age
  • 1st appearance of Doctor Sivana and family since the Golden Age
  • Origin of Captain Marvel retold
  • DC begins publishing Shazam after licensing the Captain Marvel character from Fawcett who they had successfully sued 20 years earlier for copyright infringement due to the character's similarities to Superman
  • 1st appearance of Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel Jr. and Mary Marvel since the Golden Age
  • 1st appearance of Doctor Sivana and family since the Golden Age
  • Origin of Captain Marvel retold
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Mid $90
High $345
  • 1st appearance of Red Sonja
  • โš  Misconception: cited by many resources as a cameo appearance of Red Sonja but she appears in over 20 panels, fights and is introduced by name
  • [August 2022 - filming is scheduled to begin with Matilda Lutz cast in the main role]
  • 1st appearance of Red Sonja
  • โš  Misconception: cited by many resources as a cameo appearance of Red Sonja but she appears in over 20 panels, fights and is introduced by name
  • [August 2022 - filming is scheduled to begin with Matilda Lutz cast in the main role]
Low $70
Mid $285
High $825
  • Death of Gwen Stacy, neck unintentionally snapped as Spider-Man attempted to rescue her
  • Death of Gwen Stacy, neck unintentionally snapped as Spider-Man attempted to rescue her
Low $420
Mid $1.2k
High $3.6k
  • 1st appearance of Blade
  • [November 2021 - the director of The Eternals reveals that the voice speaking to Dane Whitman is Blade who has previously been confirmed for a MCU film]
  • 1st appearance of Blade
  • [November 2021 - the director of The Eternals reveals that the voice speaking to Dane Whitman is Blade who has previously been confirmed for a MCU film]
Low $45
Mid $120
High $450
  • Death of Green Goblin
  • Death of Green Goblin
Low $120
Mid $415
High $1.2k
  • First solo titled series featuring Ghost Rider
  • 1st cameo appearance of Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan, multiple panels in shadows
  • First solo titled series featuring Ghost Rider
  • 1st cameo appearance of Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan, multiple panels in shadows
Low $200
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High $2k
  • Iconic cover art by Neal Adams
  • Issue credited for revitalizing the Joker as a homicidal villain instead of a comical villain
  • Iconic cover art by Neal Adams
  • Issue credited for revitalizing the Joker as a homicidal villain instead of a comical villain
Low $85
Mid $300
High $950
  • 1st appearance of Brother Voodoo, Jericho Drumm, later renamed Doctor Voodoo
  • 1st appearance of Brother Voodoo, Jericho Drumm, later renamed Doctor Voodoo
Low $20
Mid $80
High $200
  • 1st full appearance and origin of Son of Satan
  • Thought many sources cite Ghost Rider#2 as the first full appearance of Damion Hellstrom he is obscured by shadows throughout the issue
  • 1st full appearance and origin of Son of Satan
  • Thought many sources cite Ghost Rider#2 as the first full appearance of Damion Hellstrom he is obscured by shadows throughout the issue
Low $120
Mid $400
High $1.2k
  • 1st appearance of Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung-Fu
  • 1st appearance of Sir Dennis Nayland-Smith
  • 1st appearance of Fu Manchu, father of Shang-Chi, later renamed Han, then Zheng Zu
  • 1st team appearance of Si-Fan, a secret society with allegiances to Fu Manchu
  • 1st appearance of Shang-Chi's unnamed mother, an American - later retconned in Shang-Chi #4 (2021)
  • 1st appearance of Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung-Fu
  • 1st appearance of Sir Dennis Nayland-Smith
  • 1st appearance of Fu Manchu, father of Shang-Chi, later renamed Han, then Zheng Zu
  • 1st team appearance of Si-Fan, a secret society with allegiances to Fu Manchu
  • 1st appearance of Shang-Chi's unnamed mother, an American - later retconned in Shang-Chi #4 (2021)
Low $30
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High $300
  • 1st appearance of Howard the Duck
  • 1st appearance of Howard the Duck
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High $2.4k
  • 1st appearance of the Punisher
  • 1st appearance of the Jackal
  • 1st appearance of the Punisher
  • 1st appearance of the Jackal
Low $60
Mid $240
High $700
  • 1st appearance and origin of Iron Fist, Daniel Rand
  • 1st appearance of Yu-Ti, a Dragon Lord
  • 1st team appearance of the Dragon Kings
  • Introduction of K'un-Lun, one of the Seven Capital Cities of Heaven
  • 1st appearance of Wendell Rand, father of Daniel Rand
  • 1st appearance and origin of Iron Fist, Daniel Rand
  • 1st appearance of Yu-Ti, a Dragon Lord
  • 1st team appearance of the Dragon Kings
  • Introduction of K'un-Lun, one of the Seven Capital Cities of Heaven
  • 1st appearance of Wendell Rand, father of Daniel Rand
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High $185
  • 1st appearance of Deathlok, Luther Manning
  • 1st appearance of Major Ryker
  • First published artwork for Marvel by George Perez, interior two-page backup story
  • Prior to the publication of this issue, George Perez was published in the science-fiction magazine Hot Stuf'
  • 1st appearance of Deathlok, Luther Manning
  • 1st appearance of Major Ryker
  • First published artwork for Marvel by George Perez, interior two-page backup story
  • Prior to the publication of this issue, George Perez was published in the science-fiction magazine Hot Stuf'
Low $275
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High $4.4k
  • 1st cameo appearance of Wolverine
  • 2nd appearance of Wendigo
  • Marvel Value Stamp Series A #67 - Cyclops
  • โš ๏ธ Debatable Firsts: this issue, by far, is the most debated "cameo versus full" book and likely the main reason "cameo" became such a significant yet loosely defined term in comic book collecting
  • Theoretically, The Incredible Hulk #180 being labeled "cameo" of Wolverine was due to an oversight by Overstreet (see additional images)
  • In the 1980/1981 edition of Overstreet, Hulk#181 is labeled - 1st app of Wolverine and Hulk#180 is without a descriptor, commanding the same value as issues #151 - #176
  • In the 1981/1982 Overstreet, the description had been amended to read #180 - 1st app. Wolverine but mislabeled #181 and #182 - Wolverine cameo
  • Finally, in 1982/1983, Overstreet labeled Hulk #180 - 1st app. Wolverine (cameo) and #181 - Wolverine app. #182 - Wolverine cameo
  • In recent years, Marvel has taken a stance on Hulk #180 as the first appearance of Wolverine, wanting to eliminate the term "cameo" altogether, presumably to avoid this exact debate
  • But in years past, official Marvel guidebooks and trading cards would often trade-off which issue was given the coveted 1st (full) appearance designation (see additional images)
  • 1st cameo appearance of Wolverine
  • 2nd appearance of Wendigo
  • Marvel Value Stamp Series A #67 - Cyclops
  • โš ๏ธ Debatable Firsts: this issue, by far, is the most debated "cameo versus full" book and likely the main reason "cameo" became such a significant yet loosely defined term in comic book collecting
  • Theoretically, The Incredible Hulk #180 being labeled "cameo" of Wolverine was due to an oversight by Overstreet (see additional images)
  • In the 1980/1981 edition of Overstreet, Hulk#181 is labeled - 1st app of Wolverine and Hulk#180 is without a descriptor, commanding the same value as issues #151 - #176
  • In the 1981/1982 Overstreet, the description had been amended to read #180 - 1st app. Wolverine but mislabeled #181 and #182 - Wolverine cameo
  • Finally, in 1982/1983, Overstreet labeled Hulk #180 - 1st app. Wolverine (cameo) and #181 - Wolverine app. #182 - Wolverine cameo
  • In recent years, Marvel has taken a stance on Hulk #180 as the first appearance of Wolverine, wanting to eliminate the term "cameo" altogether, presumably to avoid this exact debate
  • But in years past, official Marvel guidebooks and trading cards would often trade-off which issue was given the coveted 1st (full) appearance designation (see additional images)
Low $725
Mid $3.2k
High $12k
  • 1st full appearance of Wolverine, final page cameo in issue #180
  • Marvel Value Stamp Series A #54 - Shanna the She-Devil
  • [September 2022 - Hugh Jackman will reprise the role of Wolverine in Deadpool 3]
  • 1st full appearance of Wolverine, final page cameo in issue #180
  • Marvel Value Stamp Series A #54 - Shanna the She-Devil
  • [September 2022 - Hugh Jackman will reprise the role of Wolverine in Deadpool 3]
Low $30
Mid $90
High $300
  • 1st appearance of Korvac
  • Marvel Value Stamp
  • [April 2020 - two inside sources have confirmed that Korvac will be in multiple upcoming Marvel projects. Although the sources are independent from one another and close to Marvel Studios this is still unconfirmed until official word is released]
  • 1st appearance of Korvac
  • Marvel Value Stamp
  • [April 2020 - two inside sources have confirmed that Korvac will be in multiple upcoming Marvel projects. Although the sources are independent from one another and close to Marvel Studios this is still unconfirmed until official word is released]
Low $30
Mid $95
High $315
  • Ongoing stories featuring Adam Warlock begin
  • 1st appearance of Magus, an evil version of Adam Warlock from the future
  • 1st team appearance of The Universal Church of Truth
  • 1st appearance of The Matriarch, a leader of The Universal Church of Truth
  • Ongoing stories featuring Adam Warlock begin
  • 1st appearance of Magus, an evil version of Adam Warlock from the future
  • 1st team appearance of The Universal Church of Truth
  • 1st appearance of The Matriarch, a leader of The Universal Church of Truth
Low $18
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High $160
  • First solo titled Joker series
  • First solo titled Joker series
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Scooby-Doo #1 Gold Key $200 $800 $2.2k
Green Lantern #76 DC $150 $500 $1.5k
Detective Comics #400 DC $60 $180 $600
Conan the Barbarian #1 Marvel $100 $300 $1k
Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134 DC $45 $180 $550
Batman #227 DC $160 $525 $1.6k
New Gods #1 DC $18 $65 $180
Forever People, The #1 DC $40 $120 $400
Mister Miracle #1 DC $30 $90 $310
Savage Tales Magazine #1 Marvel $80 $260 $850
Detective Comics #411 DC $70 $270 $780
Batman #232 DC $125 $395 $1.2k
House of Secrets #92 DC $425 $1.2k $4.8k
Fantastic Four #112 Marvel $65 $285 $725
Mister Miracle #4 DC $20 $75 $235
Amazing Spider-Man #100 Marvel $10 $35 $180
Green Lantern #85 DC $30 $120 $300
Weird War Tales #1 DC $18 $55 $290
Amazing Spider-Man #101 Marvel $130 $460 $1.3k
Marvel Spotlight #2 Marvel $140 $490 $1.4k
Amazing Adventures #11 Marvel $20 $85 $275
All-Star Western #10 DC $30 $90 $530
Tomb of Dracula #1 Marvel $65 $190 $750
Marvel Premiere #1 Marvel $60 $175 $615
Hero for Hire #1 Marvel $100 $300 $1k
Marvel Spotlight #5 Marvel $580 $1.9k $6.8k
Demon, The #1 DC $15 $60 $175
Swamp Thing #1 DC $35 $115 $350
Cat, The #1 Marvel $18 $75 $245
Iron Man #54 Marvel $45 $135 $480
Iron Man #55 Marvel $135 $480 $1.4k
Shazam #1 DC $6 $20 $60
Conan the Barbarian #23 Marvel $30 $90 $345
Amazing Spider-Man #121 Marvel $70 $285 $825
Tomb of Dracula #10 Marvel $420 $1.2k $3.6k
Amazing Spider-Man #122 Marvel $45 $120 $450
Ghost Rider #1 Marvel $120 $415 $1.2k
Batman #251 DC $200 $800 $2k
Strange Tales #169 Marvel $85 $300 $950
Marvel Spotlight #12 Marvel $20 $80 $200
Special Marvel Edition #15 Marvel $120 $400 $1.2k
Fear (Adventure Into) #19 Marvel $30 $90 $300
Amazing Spider-Man #129 Marvel $300 $900 $2.4k
Marvel Premiere #15 Marvel $60 $240 $700
Astonishing Tales #25 Marvel $20 $65 $185
Incredible Hulk #180 Marvel $275 $1.2k $4.4k
Incredible Hulk #181 Marvel $725 $3.2k $12k
Giant-Size Defenders #3 Marvel $30 $90 $300
Strange Tales #178 Marvel $30 $95 $315
Joker, The #1 DC $18 $55 $160