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Low $500
Mid $1.8k
High $6.5k
  • Second published comic book in a modern-sized format, previous comics were published in larger tabloid-sized formats
  • This comic was a 64-page one-shot of reprinted newspaper comics strips distributed through department stores
  • Funnies On Parade published prior to this issue is considered the first modern format comic book but was only eight pages of reprinted newspaper comic strips
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 4.5 sold for $2,880 [$1,838 in 2012] +57%
  • Second published comic book in a modern-sized format, previous comics were published in larger tabloid-sized formats
  • This comic was a 64-page one-shot of reprinted newspaper comics strips distributed through department stores
  • Funnies On Parade published prior to this issue is considered the first modern format comic book but was only eight pages of reprinted newspaper comic strips
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 4.5 sold for $2,880 [$1,838 in 2012] +57%
Low $3.7k
Mid $9.9k
High $27.9k
  • First comic book to be sold on newsstands
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 6.0 sold for $22,800 [$9,200 in 2005] +148%
  • First comic book to be sold on newsstands
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 6.0 sold for $22,800 [$9,200 in 2005] +148%
Low $7.3k
Mid $22k
High $60k
  • First comic book published by National which would later become DC comics
  • 1st appearance of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, preceded Mickey Mouse but eventually fell into obscurity
  • 1st appearance of Jack Woods
  • First comic book published by National which would later become DC comics
  • 1st appearance of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, preceded Mickey Mouse but eventually fell into obscurity
  • 1st appearance of Jack Woods
Low $2.2k
Mid $6.8k
High $24k
  • First science fiction themed cover art in comics
  • First interior color pages in comics (partial)
  • First science fiction themed cover art in comics
  • First interior color pages in comics (partial)
Low $3.5k
Mid $10k
High $35k
  • 1st appearance of Doctor Occult, one of the earliest superheroes in history
  • First artwork by Joe Shuster
  • First written work in comics by Jerry Siegel
  • 1st appearance of a vampire in comic books
  • 1st appearance of Doctor Occult, one of the earliest superheroes in history
  • First artwork by Joe Shuster
  • First written work in comics by Jerry Siegel
  • 1st appearance of a vampire in comic books
Low $1.2k
Mid $3.6k
High $14k
  • First standard-sized comic book
  • First standard-sized comic book
Low $790
Mid $2.4k
High $10k
  • First time an issue number appears on a comic book cover
  • Cover art depicting Christmas
  • First time an issue number appears on a comic book cover
  • Cover art depicting Christmas
Low $3.1k
Mid $9k
High $26k
  • First professionally published interior art by Jack Kirby, as Jack Curtiss
  • 1st appearance of Sheena Queen of the Jungle
  • First professionally published interior art by Jack Kirby, as Jack Curtiss
  • 1st appearance of Sheena Queen of the Jungle
Low $4.5k
Mid $14k
High $33k
  • 1st appearance and origin of Namor the Sub-Mariner
  • 1st appearance of American Ace
  • 1st appearance of the Holy One, later known as Thakorr, a former ruler of Atlantis
  • Only nine copies are known to exist
  • This comic was intended to be a giveaway at movie theaters but it never went into full production
  • 1st appearance and origin of Namor the Sub-Mariner
  • 1st appearance of American Ace
  • 1st appearance of the Holy One, later known as Thakorr, a former ruler of Atlantis
  • Only nine copies are known to exist
  • This comic was intended to be a giveaway at movie theaters but it never went into full production
Low $300
Mid $900
High $3.6k
  • 1st appearance of Bozo the Iron Man
  • 1st appearance of the Invisible Hood
  • 1st appearance of Abdul the Arab
  • 1st appearance of Hugh Hazzard
  • 1st cover appearance of a robot in comic books
  • 1st appearance of Bozo the Iron Man
  • 1st appearance of the Invisible Hood
  • 1st appearance of Abdul the Arab
  • 1st appearance of Hugh Hazzard
  • 1st cover appearance of a robot in comic books
Low $1.3k
Mid $4k
High $22k
  • 1st appearance of Superman in the UK
  • Comic strips collected and reprinted in the larger format
  • Issue #771 depicts Superman in an advertisement
  • 1st appearance of Superman in the UK
  • Comic strips collected and reprinted in the larger format
  • Issue #771 depicts Superman in an advertisement
Low $245
Mid $735
High $2.7k
  • First comic published by MLJ, later becomes Archie Comics
  • 1st appearance of Richy the Amazing Boy
  • First comic published by MLJ, later becomes Archie Comics
  • 1st appearance of Richy the Amazing Boy
Low $230
Mid $695
High $2.5k
  • First collaboration between Joe Simon & Jack Kirby who later co-created Captain America
  • First collaboration between Joe Simon & Jack Kirby who later co-created Captain America
Low $1.8k
Mid $6k
High $22k
  • Debut artwork by Jack Kirby at Timely (Marvel) Comics
  • 1st appearance and origin of the Red Raven and the Eternal Brain
  • 1st appearance of Mercury, later becomes Hurricane then retconned to be Makkari from Kirby’s β€˜Eternals’
  • 1st appearance of Pluto who is later retconned to become Kro from Kirby's 'Eternals'
  • 1st appearance of Magar the Mystic
  • This issue is the first appearance of a number of classical mythology characters but later appearances do not connect with these versions therefore they are not considered the mainstream Marvel depictions of the Olympians
  • 1st appearance of Mercury (Hermes), Pluto (Hades), Jupiter (Zeus), Minerva (Athena), Vulcan (Hephaestus), Aeolus, Diana (Artemis), Apollo
  • Debut artwork by Jack Kirby at Timely (Marvel) Comics
  • 1st appearance and origin of the Red Raven and the Eternal Brain
  • 1st appearance of Mercury, later becomes Hurricane then retconned to be Makkari from Kirby’s β€˜Eternals’
  • 1st appearance of Pluto who is later retconned to become Kro from Kirby's 'Eternals'
  • 1st appearance of Magar the Mystic
  • This issue is the first appearance of a number of classical mythology characters but later appearances do not connect with these versions therefore they are not considered the mainstream Marvel depictions of the Olympians
  • 1st appearance of Mercury (Hermes), Pluto (Hades), Jupiter (Zeus), Minerva (Athena), Vulcan (Hephaestus), Aeolus, Diana (Artemis), Apollo
Low $1.4k
Mid $4.5k
High $14k
  • Second written work in the comic book industry by Stan Lee
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 9.0 sold for $38,400 [$22,000 in 2017] +75%
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 6.0 sold for $6,600 [$4,950 in 2020] +33%
  • Second written work in the comic book industry by Stan Lee
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 9.0 sold for $38,400 [$22,000 in 2017] +75%
  • πŸ“£ Auction Results: New High [Previous High]
  • 6.0 sold for $6,600 [$4,950 in 2020] +33%
Low $400
Mid $1.2k
High $5.2k
  • 1st appearance and origin of Hangman, the brother of Comet
  • Death of Comet, shot by a gangster - the first death of a superhero in comic history
  • 1st appearance and origin of Hangman, the brother of Comet
  • Death of Comet, shot by a gangster - the first death of a superhero in comic history
Low $370
Mid $1.1k
High $4.4k
  • First appearance of Batman and Superman in a story together
  • Batman and Superman join the JSA (honorary)
  • First appearance of Batman and Superman in a story together
  • Batman and Superman join the JSA (honorary)
Low $20k
Mid $62k
High $200k
  • 1st appearance of Archie Andrews
  • 1st appearance of Betty Cooper
  • 1st appearance of Jughead Jones
  • 1st appearance of Archie Andrews
  • 1st appearance of Betty Cooper
  • 1st appearance of Jughead Jones
Low $115
Mid $350
High $1.2k
  • 1st time an American President (FDR) appeared in a comic book, with special permission by the U.S. government
  • 1st time an American President (FDR) appeared in a comic book, with special permission by the U.S. government
Low $60
Mid $170
High $650
  • Holyoke begins publishing Blue Beetle
  • Holyoke begins publishing Blue Beetle
Low $560
Mid $1.7k
High $7.2k
  • First "true crime" comic book format
  • First "true crime" comic book format
Low $20
Mid $60
High $200
  • First comic book to reach issue #100
  • First comic book to reach issue #100
Low $120
Mid $400
High $2.1k
  • First comic book to feature a horror story throughout
  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comic Code Authority
  • Reason: Mr. Hyde beats a little girl to death with his cane
  • [March 2022 - Eddie Izzard to play Dr. Nina Jekyll, who fears self-destruction from Mr. Hyde in reboot of classic horror production house, Hammer Studios]
  • First comic book to feature a horror story throughout
  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comic Code Authority
  • Reason: Mr. Hyde beats a little girl to death with his cane
  • [March 2022 - Eddie Izzard to play Dr. Nina Jekyll, who fears self-destruction from Mr. Hyde in reboot of classic horror production house, Hammer Studios]
Low $60
Mid $185
High $670
  • First comic book published by Charlton
  • 1st appearance of Yellowjacket, a hero who employs bees in his crimefighting
  • First comic book published by Charlton
  • 1st appearance of Yellowjacket, a hero who employs bees in his crimefighting
Low $2.4k
Mid $9.2k
High $24k
  • First comic book dedicated to the horror genre
  • First comic book dedicated to the horror genre
Low $4k
Mid $6.5k
High $12.5k
  • First comic book produced in full by black creators including writers, artists and the publisher
  • As quoted by editor Orrin C. Evans "every brush stroke and pen line in the drawings on these pages are by Negro artists"
  • Inside back cover has an advertisement for #2 but it was never published due to vendor refusal
  • First comic book produced in full by black creators including writers, artists and the publisher
  • As quoted by editor Orrin C. Evans "every brush stroke and pen line in the drawings on these pages are by Negro artists"
  • Inside back cover has an advertisement for #2 but it was never published due to vendor refusal
Low $70
Mid $215
High $1.2k
  • First comic book published in the romance genre
  • First comic book published in the romance genre
Low $65
Mid $190
High $1.1k
  • First comic book adaptation of a television show
  • 1st appearance of Howdy Doody in comic books
  • First comic book adaptation of a television show
  • 1st appearance of Howdy Doody in comic books
Low $465
Mid $1.4k
High $4.8k
  • First EC horror title that changed the course of the publisher and set into motion future censorship, along with Vault of Horror #12
  • First EC horror title that changed the course of the publisher and set into motion future censorship, along with Vault of Horror #12
Low $18
Mid $55
High $165
  • Premiere issue and 1st appearance of G.I. Joe in comic books
  • Premiere issue and 1st appearance of G.I. Joe in comic books
Low $1.2k
Mid $3.6k
High $8.8k
  • First interior art by Steve Ditko
  • First interior art by Steve Ditko
Low $12
Mid $35
High $115
  • First use of a corner box on a comic cover
  • Implemented to make it easier for collectors to find issues of interest when comics were often overlapping one another on a shelf
  • First use of a corner box on a comic cover
  • Implemented to make it easier for collectors to find issues of interest when comics were often overlapping one another on a shelf
Low $180
Mid $650
High $1.8k
  • Namor is confirmed to be a mutant in this issue making him the first mutant to appear in Marvel Comics having been introduced in 1939
  • 3rd team appearance of The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants: Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, Mastermind, Toad
  • Namor is confirmed to be a mutant in this issue making him the first mutant to appear in Marvel Comics having been introduced in 1939
  • 3rd team appearance of The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants: Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, Mastermind, Toad
Low $25
Mid $90
High $280
  • Classic cover art by Frank Frazetta
  • The original art recently sold at auction for 5.4 million dollars, a record for original comic art
  • Classic cover art by Frank Frazetta
  • The original art recently sold at auction for 5.4 million dollars, a record for original comic art
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
  • πŸ…#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
  • πŸ…#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
Low $5
Mid $18
High $60
  • First comic book produced entirely by women
  • 36-page one-shot by various female cartoonists who were frustrated by the misogyny that was a cornerstone of the adult-themed underground comics
  • Prolific and enduring publisher, Last Gasp purchased the rights to the issue for $1,000
  • 20,000 copies of the first print run were sold and an additional 20,000 split between the second and third printings
  • The title, 'It Ain't Me Babe' is a snub to the Johnny Cash song of the same name due to its lyrical content
  • The success of this issue led to a follow-up, all-female liberation project called Wimmen's Comix Collective
  • First comic book produced entirely by women
  • 36-page one-shot by various female cartoonists who were frustrated by the misogyny that was a cornerstone of the adult-themed underground comics
  • Prolific and enduring publisher, Last Gasp purchased the rights to the issue for $1,000
  • 20,000 copies of the first print run were sold and an additional 20,000 split between the second and third printings
  • The title, 'It Ain't Me Babe' is a snub to the Johnny Cash song of the same name due to its lyrical content
  • The success of this issue led to a follow-up, all-female liberation project called Wimmen's Comix Collective
Low $5
Mid $15
High $50
  • Final continuous Stan Lee and Jack Kirby collaboration on the Fantastic Four title
  • Unpublished Kirby art used for Fantastic Four #108 but this issue marks the end of an ongoing creative team-up that began with the publication of The Fantastic Four #1
  • Final continuous Stan Lee and Jack Kirby collaboration on the Fantastic Four title
  • Unpublished Kirby art used for Fantastic Four #108 but this issue marks the end of an ongoing creative team-up that began with the publication of The Fantastic Four #1
Low $140
Mid $445
High $1.2k
  • 1st appearance of Green Lantern, John Stewart
  • 2nd appearance of Green Lantern, Guy Gardner
  • πŸ₯ˆ Runner-Up: New High [Previous High]
  • 9.8 sold for $14,500 [$10,500 in Mar] +38%
  • 1st appearance of Green Lantern, John Stewart
  • 2nd appearance of Green Lantern, Guy Gardner
  • πŸ₯ˆ Runner-Up: New High [Previous High]
  • 9.8 sold for $14,500 [$10,500 in Mar] +38%
Low $5
Mid $15
High $50
  • 44-page one-shot considered to be the first autobiographical comic wherein the creator utilizes the medium to confess deeply personal traumas resulting from a Catholic upbringing clashing against a post-publication diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Inspired creators including Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb and Jim Woodring
  • First printing approximate copies: 55,000
  • Subsequent printings can be identified from the first by the absence of an illustration of the virgin Mary in the background behind a full text panel on page 23 (tap cover and swipe for clarification)
  • 44-page one-shot considered to be the first autobiographical comic wherein the creator utilizes the medium to confess deeply personal traumas resulting from a Catholic upbringing clashing against a post-publication diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Inspired creators including Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb and Jim Woodring
  • First printing approximate copies: 55,000
  • Subsequent printings can be identified from the first by the absence of an illustration of the virgin Mary in the background behind a full text panel on page 23 (tap cover and swipe for clarification)
Low $30
Mid $100
High $300
  • 1st appearance of Erik Killmonger, T'Challa's most persistent rival for the throne of Wakanda
  • [December 2021 - Killmonger rumored to appear in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever as a mentor of some kind, possibly in a spiritual context]
  • Preview of Venomm, a villain introduced in Jungle Action #7
  • Part 1 of a 13 issue story titled "The Panther's Rage," the first Black Panther solo story arc
  • 1st appearance of Erik Killmonger, T'Challa's most persistent rival for the throne of Wakanda
  • [December 2021 - Killmonger rumored to appear in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever as a mentor of some kind, possibly in a spiritual context]
  • Preview of Venomm, a villain introduced in Jungle Action #7
  • Part 1 of a 13 issue story titled "The Panther's Rage," the first Black Panther solo story arc
Low $2
Mid $8
High $25
  • Independent comic book that pioneered mature stories for adults to a wider audience
  • 1st appearance of Cody Starbuck
  • Independent comic book that pioneered mature stories for adults to a wider audience
  • 1st appearance of Cody Starbuck
Low $1
Mid $2
High $10
  • 2nd appearance of the algae creature that appeared in DC's Aquaman #56 (1972)
  • Secret DC/Marvel crossover issue - see Aquaman #56 for details
  • Final issue of the Savage Sub-Mariner
  • 2nd appearance of the algae creature that appeared in DC's Aquaman #56 (1972)
  • Secret DC/Marvel crossover issue - see Aquaman #56 for details
  • Final issue of the Savage Sub-Mariner
Low $30
Mid $90
High $325
  • 100-page oversized crossover featuring Superman and Spider-Man
  • First official crossover of characters from the Marvel and DC Universe
  • 100-page oversized crossover featuring Superman and Spider-Man
  • First official crossover of characters from the Marvel and DC Universe
Low $10
Mid $30
High $100
  • 1st appearance and origin of Black Lightning
  • 1st appearance of Tobias Whale
  • First solo title featuring a black hero at DC
  • 1st appearance and origin of Black Lightning
  • 1st appearance of Tobias Whale
  • First solo title featuring a black hero at DC
Low $3
Mid $9
High $35
  • 1st team appearance of FemForce, the world's first all-female superteam: Phantom Lady, Synn, Tara, Miss Victory, Blonde Bomber
  • 1st team appearance of FemForce, the world's first all-female superteam: Phantom Lady, Synn, Tara, Miss Victory, Blonde Bomber
Low $5
Mid $18
High $60
  • 1st cameo appearance and death of Miracleman, an alternate reality version of Marvelman
  • First mention of the standard Marvel Universe referred to as 616
  • 1st full appearance of Captain U.K., in costume
  • 1st cameo appearance and death of Miracleman, an alternate reality version of Marvelman
  • First mention of the standard Marvel Universe referred to as 616
  • 1st full appearance of Captain U.K., in costume
Low $1
Mid $2
High $4
  • First digitally-illustrated comic book, created on a Macintosh, released by Apple in 1984
  • First digitally-illustrated comic book, created on a Macintosh, released by Apple in 1984
Low $2
Mid $8
High $25
  • First comic book published by Dark Horse Comics founded in 1986
  • 1st appearance of Concrete, an average man's journey through life in a stone body
  • 1st appearance of Black Cross, a fearless warrior in a post-apocalyptic world
  • First comic book published by Dark Horse Comics founded in 1986
  • 1st appearance of Concrete, an average man's journey through life in a stone body
  • 1st appearance of Black Cross, a fearless warrior in a post-apocalyptic world
Low $5
Mid $15
High $60
  • Premiere issue of a 12-issue series that explores the dark side of superheroes from a realistic, flawed perspective
  • 1st appearance of Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan, Ozymandias, Silk Spectre, The Comedian and Night Owl
  • Alan Moore based his characters off of DC's newly acquired Charlton heroes: The Question, Captain Atom, Thunderbolt, Nightshade, The Peacemaker and Blue Beetle
  • Premiere issue of a 12-issue series that explores the dark side of superheroes from a realistic, flawed perspective
  • 1st appearance of Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan, Ozymandias, Silk Spectre, The Comedian and Night Owl
  • Alan Moore based his characters off of DC's newly acquired Charlton heroes: The Question, Captain Atom, Thunderbolt, Nightshade, The Peacemaker and Blue Beetle
Low $0
Mid $0
High $0
  • 100-page, black and white, independently published comic book written and illustrated by Mike Diana then distributed to approximately 300 subscribers
  • Diana has the distinction of being the first person in the United States to be convicted of 'artistic obscenity' for the graphic content of the Boiled Angel series which included extreme violence, sexual assault and murder of men, women and children
  • Diana was fined $3,000, ordered to stay away from minors and given three years probation with one of the conditions being to cease creating art
  • In addition to police viewing Diana's work as illegal, they also supposedly identified the creator as a suspect in the 1990 Gainseville Ripper slayings, of which he was cleared
  • A documentary about the case titled 'Boiled Angels: The Trial of Mike Diana' was released in 2018
  • Value unknown
  • 100-page, black and white, independently published comic book written and illustrated by Mike Diana then distributed to approximately 300 subscribers
  • Diana has the distinction of being the first person in the United States to be convicted of 'artistic obscenity' for the graphic content of the Boiled Angel series which included extreme violence, sexual assault and murder of men, women and children
  • Diana was fined $3,000, ordered to stay away from minors and given three years probation with one of the conditions being to cease creating art
  • In addition to police viewing Diana's work as illegal, they also supposedly identified the creator as a suspect in the 1990 Gainseville Ripper slayings, of which he was cleared
  • A documentary about the case titled 'Boiled Angels: The Trial of Mike Diana' was released in 2018
  • Value unknown
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Famous Funnies: A Carnival of Comics #1 Eastern $500 $1.8k $6.5k
Famous Funnies #1 Eastern $3.7k $9.9k $27.9k
New Fun Comics #1 DC $7.3k $22k $60k
New Fun Comics #3 DC $2.2k $6.8k $24k
New Fun Comics #6 DC $3.5k $10k $35k
More Fun Comics #9 DC $1.2k $3.6k $14k
More Fun Comics #16 DC $790 $2.4k $10k
Jumbo Comics #1 Fiction House $3.1k $9k $26k
Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 First Funnies $4.5k $14k $33k
Smash Comics #1 Quality $300 $900 $3.6k
Triumph Comics #772 Triumph $1.3k $4k $22k
Blue Ribbon Comics #1 MLJ $245 $735 $2.7k
Blue Bolt #2 Funnies Inc. $230 $695 $2.5k
Red Raven Comics #1 Timely $1.8k $6k $22k
Captain America Comics #4 Timely $1.4k $4.5k $14k
Pep Comics #17 MLJ $400 $1.2k $5.2k
All-Star Comics #7 DC $370 $1.1k $4.4k
Pep Comics #22 MLJ $20k $62k $200k
Joe Palooka #1 Columbia $115 $350 $1.2k
Blue Beetle #12 Holyoke $60 $170 $650
Crime Does Not Pay #22 Lev Gleason $560 $1.7k $7.2k
Famous Funnies #100 Eastern $20 $60 $200
Classic Comics #13 Gilberton $120 $400 $2.1k
Yellowjacket Comics #1 Charlton $60 $185 $670
Eerie #1 Avon $2.4k $9.2k $24k
All Negro Comics #1 All Negro Comics $4k $6.5k $12.5k
Young Romance #1 Prize $70 $215 $1.2k
Howdy Doody #1 Dell $65 $190 $1.1k
Crypt of Terror #17 EC $465 $1.4k $4.8k
G.I. Joe #10 Ziff-Davis $18 $55 $165
Daring Love #1 Key $1.2k $3.6k $8.8k
Patsy Walker #106 Marvel $12 $35 $115
Uncanny X-Men #6 Marvel $180 $650 $1.8k
Eerie Magazine #23 Warren $25 $90 $280
Green Lantern #76 DC $150 $500 $1.5k
It Ain't Me Babe #1 Last Gasp $5 $18 $60
Fantastic Four #102 Marvel $5 $15 $50
Green Lantern #87 DC $140 $445 $1.2k
Binky Brown Meets the Holy Virgin Mary #1 Last Gasp $5 $15 $50
Jungle Action #6 Marvel $30 $100 $300
Star Reach #1 Star Reach $2 $8 $25
Sub-Mariner #72 Marvel $1 $2 $10
Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man #1 DC/Marvel $30 $90 $325
Black Lightning #1 DC $10 $30 $100
Femzine #1 Paragon Publications $3 $9 $35
Daredevils #7 Marvel $5 $18 $60
Shatter Special #1 First $1 $2 $4
Dark Horse Presents #1 Dark Horse $2 $8 $25
Watchmen #1 DC $5 $15 $60
Boiled Angel #1 Michael Hunt Publications $0 $0 $0