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  • 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
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  • Topical reference involving the Punisher’s emblem being used by the police and the character's in-story response to the controversy
  • Topical reference involving the Punisher’s emblem being used by the police and the character's in-story response to the controversy
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  • Series about a rift torn open between the Mexico and U.S. border allowing the creatures from Mexican folklore into the world
  • Series canceled after writer was accused of sexual misconduct
  • Series about a rift torn open between the Mexico and U.S. border allowing the creatures from Mexican folklore into the world
  • Series canceled after writer was accused of sexual misconduct
  • One-Shot by Spire Christian Comics
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High $750
  • 1st appearance of Egg Fu, a character based on racist stereotypes
  • 1st appearance of Egg Fu, a character based on racist stereotypes
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  • 1st appearance of Dagger Type, a man impersonating Batgirl
  • Controversial issue: criticized for being insulting and portraying transexual or transgender individuals as insane
  • While performing, Dagger Type removes the Batgirl mask causing the stunned audience to refer to the character as "him" and "he" prompting Dagger Type to fire upon the crowd
  • 1st appearance of Dagger Type, a man impersonating Batgirl
  • Controversial issue: criticized for being insulting and portraying transexual or transgender individuals as insane
  • While performing, Dagger Type removes the Batgirl mask causing the stunned audience to refer to the character as "him" and "he" prompting Dagger Type to fire upon the crowd
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High $120
  • Controversial cover art by J. Scott Campbell featuring Mary Jane Watson
  • In 2020/2021, an artist caught the attention of J. Scott Campbell after posting to Tumblr a "fixed" rendition of this cover with a less provocative Mary Jane
  • Campbell responded to the criticism with his own revised sketch that pointed out the weaknesses in the Tumblr artist's technique
  • While strongly supported by his fanbase, there was a fair amount of backlash on social media against Campbell's professional assessment of the amateur artist
  • Campbell's revised sketch was listed to eBay and sold for $14,700
  • 100% of the proceeds were donated to Fresh Artists, a charity that nurtures artistic talent in kids
  • Controversial cover art by J. Scott Campbell featuring Mary Jane Watson
  • In 2020/2021, an artist caught the attention of J. Scott Campbell after posting to Tumblr a "fixed" rendition of this cover with a less provocative Mary Jane
  • Campbell responded to the criticism with his own revised sketch that pointed out the weaknesses in the Tumblr artist's technique
  • While strongly supported by his fanbase, there was a fair amount of backlash on social media against Campbell's professional assessment of the amateur artist
  • Campbell's revised sketch was listed to eBay and sold for $14,700
  • 100% of the proceeds were donated to Fresh Artists, a charity that nurtures artistic talent in kids
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  • Controversial issue: hoodlums use anti-Semitic insults while beating up a man
  • Controversial issue: hoodlums use anti-Semitic insults while beating up a man
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  • Controversial issue: received media attention due to a window pane of a shop stenciled with the word 'jewery' instead of jewelry and a Star of David, a Jewish religious symbol
  • Marvel is offering comic shops replacement of the issue because of the error
  • Bennett is being accusations of anti-Semitism and issued an apology stating that it was an unintentional error
  • Controversial issue: received media attention due to a window pane of a shop stenciled with the word 'jewery' instead of jewelry and a Star of David, a Jewish religious symbol
  • Marvel is offering comic shops replacement of the issue because of the error
  • Bennett is being accusations of anti-Semitism and issued an apology stating that it was an unintentional error
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  • Variant cover art by David Finch featuring the retired Mississippi state flag
  • In 2020, Mississippi Legislature voted in favor (91 yes/23 no votes) to replace the flag which has displayed the Confederate battle flag since 1894
  • Variant cover art by David Finch featuring the retired Mississippi state flag
  • In 2020, Mississippi Legislature voted in favor (91 yes/23 no votes) to replace the flag which has displayed the Confederate battle flag since 1894
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  • 2007 Ethan Van Sciver convention sketchbook limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover: parody of Mein Kampf, the autobiographical manifesto written by Hitler
  • Detractors of Van Sciver cite this cover as an example of the artist's political and social beliefs
  • As reported by Bleeding Cool, Van Sciver wrote about the accusations: the cover was SINESTRO, who we'd redesigned that year to resemble Hitler, and with the fact that most people knew I leaned right, this was a JOKE
  • 2007 Ethan Van Sciver convention sketchbook limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover: parody of Mein Kampf, the autobiographical manifesto written by Hitler
  • Detractors of Van Sciver cite this cover as an example of the artist's political and social beliefs
  • As reported by Bleeding Cool, Van Sciver wrote about the accusations: the cover was SINESTRO, who we'd redesigned that year to resemble Hitler, and with the fact that most people knew I leaned right, this was a JOKE
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  • Homophobic slurs printed on protest signs
  • Homophobic slurs printed on protest signs
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  • Variant cover art by Jason Moore
  • Image censored due to extreme gore and sexual violence
  • Variant cover art by Jason Moore
  • Image censored due to extreme gore and sexual violence
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  • Controversial issue: Starfox is on trial for sexual assault after he is accused of using his powers to seduce a married woman
  • Controversial issue: Starfox is on trial for sexual assault after he is accused of using his powers to seduce a married woman
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  • Controversial issue: Gabriel and Sarah Stacy are the result of an affair between Norman Osborn and Gwen Stacy, later retconned, removed, from continuity in The Amazing Spider-Man #73 (2021)
  • Controversial issue: Gabriel and Sarah Stacy are the result of an affair between Norman Osborn and Gwen Stacy, later retconned, removed, from continuity in The Amazing Spider-Man #73 (2021)
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  • Prototype of Wolverine
  • Published 1.5 years prior to Wolverine's first appearance, a comic fan submitted an original character concept. The character was named The Wolverine with regenerative abilities, a metal exoskeleton and was the product of experimentation
  • The fan was not credited or compensated and there is some question as to whether the Wolverine that we know was inspired by the fan concept character
  • Prototype of Wolverine
  • Published 1.5 years prior to Wolverine's first appearance, a comic fan submitted an original character concept. The character was named The Wolverine with regenerative abilities, a metal exoskeleton and was the product of experimentation
  • The fan was not credited or compensated and there is some question as to whether the Wolverine that we know was inspired by the fan concept character
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High $130
  • Variant cover art by Ethan Van Sciver, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover depicting Kurt Cobain, the frontman for Nirvana who died in 1994 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
  • Variant cover art by Ethan Van Sciver, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover depicting Kurt Cobain, the frontman for Nirvana who died in 1994 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
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  • 1st and only appearance of Skip Westcott, a teenage neighbor who inappropriately touched Peter Parker when he was a young boy
  • 16-page giveaway co-published by Marvel Comics and the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse
  • Reprinted many times until the year 2000 - original has the word FREE printed on the cover and no sponsor logo in the upper-right corner
  • It was never confirmed or denied that this origin story is actually a part of Spider-Man's canon (official history)
  • 1st and only appearance of Skip Westcott, a teenage neighbor who inappropriately touched Peter Parker when he was a young boy
  • 16-page giveaway co-published by Marvel Comics and the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse
  • Reprinted many times until the year 2000 - original has the word FREE printed on the cover and no sponsor logo in the upper-right corner
  • It was never confirmed or denied that this origin story is actually a part of Spider-Man's canon (official history)
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  • Moderately explicit art where Madame Xanadu appears naked while engaged in relations with The Spectre in his ethereal form
  • Moderately explicit art where Madame Xanadu appears naked while engaged in relations with The Spectre in his ethereal form
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  • Controversial issue in which Dave Sim alienates readers by suggesting a philosophy that men are at risk of an unhappy life if he commits to long-term cohabitation with a woman
  • Issue resulted in a significant drop in monthly sales
  • Controversial issue in which Dave Sim alienates readers by suggesting a philosophy that men are at risk of an unhappy life if he commits to long-term cohabitation with a woman
  • Issue resulted in a significant drop in monthly sales
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  • Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith featuring Magik
  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
  • Kitty Pryde, speaking at a memorial service uses multiple offensive words related to ethnicity and sexual orientation
  • Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith featuring Magik
  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
  • Kitty Pryde, speaking at a memorial service uses multiple offensive words related to ethnicity and sexual orientation
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  • Published without approval from the Comics Code Authority due to a sub-plot about drug use
  • The depiction of drugs in a negative light was well-received by readers which led to the Comics Code Authority easing-up on creative restrictions
  • Published without approval from the Comics Code Authority due to a sub-plot about drug use
  • The depiction of drugs in a negative light was well-received by readers which led to the Comics Code Authority easing-up on creative restrictions
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  • Variant cover art by Artgerm
  • According to Artgerm, debate arose as to the strong sexual imagery in the way Supergirl's fingers were positioned close to her skirt and the symbolism represented by her cat
  • Variant cover art by Artgerm
  • According to Artgerm, debate arose as to the strong sexual imagery in the way Supergirl's fingers were positioned close to her skirt and the symbolism represented by her cat
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  • Recalled issue due to a tentacle resembling male genitalia
  • The interior panel of concern depicts Abigail Arcane in the foreground screaming in terror and Anton Arcane in the background, mostly in shadows, with red blazing eyes - the first printing depicts a tentacle between the two characters
  • Said to be scarce but there are copies available on mycomicshop.com for under $3.00, nothing on-sale or sold on eBay
  • Recalled issue due to a tentacle resembling male genitalia
  • The interior panel of concern depicts Abigail Arcane in the foreground screaming in terror and Anton Arcane in the background, mostly in shadows, with red blazing eyes - the first printing depicts a tentacle between the two characters
  • Said to be scarce but there are copies available on mycomicshop.com for under $3.00, nothing on-sale or sold on eBay
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  • Controversial issue: Hank Pym (Yellowjacket) is suspended from the Avengers after physically assaulting his wife Janet (Wasp)
  • Signs of a character shift begin in Avengers #212 where Hank destroys one of Janet's costumes
  • Controversial issue: Hank Pym (Yellowjacket) is suspended from the Avengers after physically assaulting his wife Janet (Wasp)
  • Signs of a character shift begin in Avengers #212 where Hank destroys one of Janet's costumes
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  • Controversial issue: in an effort to make a point about the offensiveness of the word 'mutie,' Kitty Pryde uses an extremely offensive racial slur (uncensored)
  • Controversial issue: in an effort to make a point about the offensiveness of the word 'mutie,' Kitty Pryde uses an extremely offensive racial slur (uncensored)
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  • Origin of Doctor Doom - his educational years, facial disfigurement and procurement of the Doctor Doom armor
  • Controversial issue where Johnny Storm confronts an individual who is defacing racial equality posters with racist propaganda
  • Multiple, uncensored panels clearly display an extremely offensive racist word and phrase
  • Origin of Doctor Doom - his educational years, facial disfigurement and procurement of the Doctor Doom armor
  • Controversial issue where Johnny Storm confronts an individual who is defacing racial equality posters with racist propaganda
  • Multiple, uncensored panels clearly display an extremely offensive racist word and phrase
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  • Variant cover art by Rafael Grampa
  • Cover art used on social media to promote the release of the comic has been criticized for supporting pro-democracy riots in Hong Kong
  • Variant cover art by Rafael Grampa
  • Cover art used on social media to promote the release of the comic has been criticized for supporting pro-democracy riots in Hong Kong
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  • In accordance with the writer Mark Gruenwald's wishes, his cremated ashes were mixed with the ink in the first printing edition of this trade paperback
  • In accordance with the writer Mark Gruenwald's wishes, his cremated ashes were mixed with the ink in the first printing edition of this trade paperback
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  • Recalled due to a depiction of a naked Peter Parker's 'web-shooter'
  • Alternate reality story where Peter Parker is an older, retired man
  • Recalled due to a depiction of a naked Peter Parker's 'web-shooter'
  • Alternate reality story where Peter Parker is an older, retired man
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High $45
  • Controversial cover that depicts Robin's hanging
  • Story titled 'How Many Ways Can Robin Die?'
  • Controversial cover that depicts Robin's hanging
  • Story titled 'How Many Ways Can Robin Die?'
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  • Young Avengers Hulkling and Wiccan first kiss
  • The cause of controversy in September 2019 after the mayor of Rio de Janeiro called for all copies of the TPB to be collected and destroyed
  • Young Avengers Hulkling and Wiccan first kiss
  • The cause of controversy in September 2019 after the mayor of Rio de Janeiro called for all copies of the TPB to be collected and destroyed
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  • Adult-oriented material, banned in Canada
  • Adult-oriented material, banned in Canada
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  • Published cover art (left) replaced the original cover (right) which was censored by DC without the creator's knowledge
  • Published cover art (left) replaced the original cover (right) which was censored by DC without the creator's knowledge
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  • Final issue of Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu
  • Extremely mature content: Colleen Wing's breasts are fully exposed as her and Misty Knight are forced into becoming heroin addicts
  • Final issue of Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu
  • Extremely mature content: Colleen Wing's breasts are fully exposed as her and Misty Knight are forced into becoming heroin addicts
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  • Marriage of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle
  • Selina called-off the wedding which was revealed to readers by The New York Times prior to the issue coming out causing significant backlash against DC and the newspaper
  • Marriage of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle
  • Selina called-off the wedding which was revealed to readers by The New York Times prior to the issue coming out causing significant backlash against DC and the newspaper
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  • Controversial issue due to drug use
  • Following a drug lab explosion, Captain America inhales the fumes of a drug called "Ice" which has a pronounced effect due to the Super Soldier Serum in his blood
  • Controversial issue due to drug use
  • Following a drug lab explosion, Captain America inhales the fumes of a drug called "Ice" which has a pronounced effect due to the Super Soldier Serum in his blood
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  • Controversial issue that published tweets from a reader who was criticizing the title, which is unlawful for a publisher to do according to Twitter’s Privacy Policy
  • Controversial issue that published tweets from a reader who was criticizing the title, which is unlawful for a publisher to do according to Twitter’s Privacy Policy
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  • 'Cease and DCist' edition, limited to 500 copies
  • Created in response to DC sending a Cease and Desist letter to Devil's Due for portraying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman in a previous issue
  • 'Cease and DCist' edition, limited to 500 copies
  • Created in response to DC sending a Cease and Desist letter to Devil's Due for portraying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman in a previous issue
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High $115
  • Variant cover art by Josh Hixson raffled at HeroesCon 2016
  • Limited to 50 copies
  • Back cover reads "F*ck HB2" a statement from the creator against the North Carolina law that prohibits transgender individuals from using restrooms inconsistent from their gender at birth
  • Variant cover art by Josh Hixson raffled at HeroesCon 2016
  • Limited to 50 copies
  • Back cover reads "F*ck HB2" a statement from the creator against the North Carolina law that prohibits transgender individuals from using restrooms inconsistent from their gender at birth
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  • In 2000, the Charles Atlas corporation filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against DC Comics for the portrayal of Flex Mentallo being a parody of the real-life Italian bodybuilder
  • The lawsuit was eventually dismissed but series was out-of-print for over a decade and commanded a considerable amount on the secondary market
  • Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery has since been published in a hardcover deluxe edition collection and a trade paperback
  • In 2000, the Charles Atlas corporation filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against DC Comics for the portrayal of Flex Mentallo being a parody of the real-life Italian bodybuilder
  • The lawsuit was eventually dismissed but series was out-of-print for over a decade and commanded a considerable amount on the secondary market
  • Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery has since been published in a hardcover deluxe edition collection and a trade paperback
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High $700
  • Variant cover art by Carla Cohen, limited to 250 copies
  • DC sent a cease and desist to Devil's Due for further printings and also to retailers who were selling the cover
  • Variant cover art by Carla Cohen, limited to 250 copies
  • DC sent a cease and desist to Devil's Due for further printings and also to retailers who were selling the cover
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  • Premiere series in the DC Black Label launch which gives established creators creative freedom to explore characters and stories outside of continuity
  • Controversial issue: Bruce Wayne's genitalia
  • Premiere series in the DC Black Label launch which gives established creators creative freedom to explore characters and stories outside of continuity
  • Controversial issue: Bruce Wayne's genitalia
Low $45
Mid $310
High $980
  • Classic story titled 'Judgement Day' that reveals the protagonist to be an African-American man which, at the time, was a risky move issued by the creators to insert the character into a position of power
  • Classic story titled 'Judgement Day' that reveals the protagonist to be an African-American man which, at the time, was a risky move issued by the creators to insert the character into a position of power
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  • Controversial issue depicting the torture and murder of Lois Lane over the course of 12 pages
  • Controversial issue depicting the torture and murder of Lois Lane over the course of 12 pages
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  • Controversial variant with Stan Lee's signature stamped on the cover using ink containing his blood (referred to as Stan Lee's Solvent DNA Ink)
  • Includes a numbered hologram sticker printed with the words "Hands of Respect" and a Certificate of Authenticity
  • In April 2018, news broke that a former business associate of Stan's allegedly presented forged documents to his personal nurse that gave permission to draw blood from Mr. Lee
  • Initially, this issue and Rise of the Black Panther #1 (Stelfreeze variant) were sold with the signature at a store on the Las Vegas strip but since then the stamp has been used on other covers
  • Controversial variant with Stan Lee's signature stamped on the cover using ink containing his blood (referred to as Stan Lee's Solvent DNA Ink)
  • Includes a numbered hologram sticker printed with the words "Hands of Respect" and a Certificate of Authenticity
  • In April 2018, news broke that a former business associate of Stan's allegedly presented forged documents to his personal nurse that gave permission to draw blood from Mr. Lee
  • Initially, this issue and Rise of the Black Panther #1 (Stelfreeze variant) were sold with the signature at a store on the Las Vegas strip but since then the stamp has been used on other covers
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Mid $55
High $155
  • Controversial variant with Stan Lee's signature stamped on the cover using ink pads containing his blood (referred to as Stan Lee's Solvent DNA Ink)
  • Includes a numbered hologram sticker printed with the words "Hands of Respect" and a Certificate of Authenticity
  • In April 2018, news broke that a former business associate of Stan's allegedly presented forged documents to Mr. Lee's personal nurse that gave permission to his draw blood
  • Initially, this issue and Thor #700 (Dauterman variant) were sold with the signature at a store on the Las Vegas strip but since then the stamp has been used on other covers
  • Controversial variant with Stan Lee's signature stamped on the cover using ink pads containing his blood (referred to as Stan Lee's Solvent DNA Ink)
  • Includes a numbered hologram sticker printed with the words "Hands of Respect" and a Certificate of Authenticity
  • In April 2018, news broke that a former business associate of Stan's allegedly presented forged documents to Mr. Lee's personal nurse that gave permission to his draw blood
  • Initially, this issue and Thor #700 (Dauterman variant) were sold with the signature at a store on the Las Vegas strip but since then the stamp has been used on other covers
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  • Controversial issue with overt sexual themes in one sequence where Hank Pym shrinks down to have intimate relations with his wife, Janet Van Dyne, The Wasp
  • Controversial issue with overt sexual themes in one sequence where Hank Pym shrinks down to have intimate relations with his wife, Janet Van Dyne, The Wasp
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High $18
  • Includes a twelve-page, comic story titled 'The Wall' about Donald Trump building a border between Mexico and the U.S. more than a quarter century before Trump was elected
  • Includes a twelve-page, comic story titled 'The Wall' about Donald Trump building a border between Mexico and the U.S. more than a quarter century before Trump was elected
Low $300
Mid $915
High $4.9k
  • Controversial cover art depicting a soldier decapitating his enemy
  • Controversial cover art depicting a soldier decapitating his enemy
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
An Illustrated History of Heidi Saha #1 Warren $65 $190 $650
Punisher #13 Marvel $1 $5 $15
Border Town #1 DC $1 $2 $8
Hansi The Girl Who Loved The Swastika #1 Spire $4 $12 $40
Wonder Woman #157 DC $75 $225 $750
Batgirl #37 DC $1 $2 $5
Amazing Spider-Man #601 Marvel $12 $40 $120
Web of Spider-Man #8 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Immortal Hulk #43 Marvel $1 $5 $15
Justice League of America #1 DC $2 $8 $20
My Struggle Sketchbook #2007 Independent $5 $18 $60
Action Comics #640 DC $1 $2 $8
The Dead #2 Arrow Comics $15 $50 $150
She-Hulk #6 Marvel $2 $8 $20
Amazing Spider-Man #512 Marvel $1 $2 $3
FOOM Magazine #2 Marvel $25 $100 $250
Cyberfrog: Reservoir Frog #2 Harris $12 $40 $130
Spider-Man and Power Pack #1 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Spectre, The #9 DC $1 $2 $3
Cerebus #186 Aardvark-Vanaheim $1 $2 $3
New Mutants #45 Marvel $1 $2 $7
Amazing Spider-Man #96 Marvel $9 $25 $125
Supergirl #13 DC $1 $2 $8
Swamp Thing #11 DC $1 $2 $10
Avengers #213 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Uncanny X-Men #196 Marvel $1 $2 $3
Fantastic Four #278 Marvel $1 $2 $4
Dark Knight Returns The Golden Child #1 DC $1 $2 $6
Squadron Supreme TPB (1997) #1 Marvel $18 $60 $175
Spider-Man: Reign #1 Marvel $1 $3 $12
Batman #246 DC $4 $12 $45
Avengers: The Children's Crusade #9 Marvel $2 $8 $25
Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out #8 Dark Horse $2 $8 $25
Static #25 DC $2 $8 $20
Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu #33 Marvel $3 $9 $25
Batman #50 DC $1 $2 $4
Captain America #375 Marvel $1 $2 $3
Man Eaters #9 Image $1 $2 $4
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez #1 Devil's Due Publishing $2 $8 $25
4 Kids Walk Into A Bank #1 Black Mask $12 $35 $115
Flex Mentallo #4 DC Vertigo $1 $5 $15
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez #1 Devil's Due Publishing $80 $200 $700
Batman: Damned #1 DC Black Label $5 $15 $50
Weird Fantasy #18 EC $45 $310 $980
Superman Giant (Walmart) #7 DC $1 $2 $10
Mighty Thor #700 Marvel $10 $30 $100
Rise of the Black Panther #1 Marvel $15 $55 $155
Avengers, The #71 Marvel $1 $2 $5
Heavy Metal Heavy Metal $1 $5 $18
Fight Comics #31 Fiction House $300 $915 $4.9k