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A categorical listing of Advertisements curated by Key Collector Comics.

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Mid $220
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High $1.3k
  • Advertisement for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (1984)
Low $180
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Mid $560
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High $3.2k
  • Advertisement for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (1984)
  • 1st appearance of Fugitoid
Low $1k
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Mid $3k
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High $8.7k
  • Text advertisement at the top of the Cleo and Clancy page reads: The Batman! This new thrilling adventures trip starts in the May issue of Detective Comics! Don't miss it
Low $2.1k
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Mid $6.4k
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High $27.8k
  • Advertisement for Detective Comics #27, Batman's 1st appearance
  • 1st cover appearance of Zatara
Low $1.2k
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Mid $3.6k
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High $9.4k
  • Full page interior advertisement for Action Comics #1 with black and white cover art
Low $45
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Mid $120
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High $650
  • Text advertisement teasing the publication of The Incredible Hulk #1
Low $1
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Mid $2
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High $8
  • Advertisement for Primer #2 featuring a depiction of Grendel
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $50
  • First printed image of Spawn in an actual comic book (according to spawnworld.com)
  • One of two comics published in March 1992 that included the advertisement, the other being Robotech II: The Sentinels #13
  • Earlier images of Spawn have been printed in various catalogs and fanzines
Low $4
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Mid $12
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High $45
  • Advertisement for The Incredible Hulk #181 with Wolverine in the image
  • 1st appearance of Dweller in the Darkness
  • Comic Reader #109 reports the on-sale date of this issue as August 6, 1974. The on-sale date of The Incredible Hulk #181 was July 30, 1974
Low $3
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Mid $9
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High $35
  • Includes an advertisement for Incredible Hulk #181
  • Comic Reader #109 reports the on-sale date of this issue as July 30, 1974. The on-sale date of The Incredible Hulk #181 was July 30, 1974
Low $2
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Mid $8
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High $20
  • Preview of Sabretooth
  • A teaser for the following issue depicts the silhouette of Sabretooth
Low $4
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Mid $12
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High $40
  • Advertisement for Rob Liefeld's Youngblood
  • Same ad also appears in Ramm #1
Low $120
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Mid $410
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High $1.2k
  • Prototype of Peter Parker's aunt and uncle, also named Aunt May and Uncle Ben
Low $0
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Mid $0
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High $0
  • First printed images of Spawn in a U.S. publication
  • Mailing date: February 5, 1992
  • Front page advertisement of Spawn, preceded all comic book advertisements in Malibu comic books that were published between March/April 1992
  • Interior black and white, textless cover art for Spawn #1
  • According to spawnworld.com, only two other images of Spawn are known to exist prior to the mailing of Comics Buyer's Guide #953: the sleeve of a VHS tape titled "Stan Lee Presents: The Comic Book Greats" and a comic book solicitation magazine, Up N' Coming #15 (mailing date: February 3, 1992)
  • *value unknown