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From Mags To Riches

A categorical listing of From Mags To Riches curated by Key Collector Comics.

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Mid $830
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High $3.6k
  • Premiere issue of the long-running satirical magazine that ceased new content publications in 2019
Low $35
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Mid $105
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High $460
  • 1st cameo appearance of Alfred E Neuman on the cover of MAD Magazine
  • *previously appeared on the cover of The MAD Reader
  • Hitler & Stalin on cover
  • Popeye vs Superman parody
Low $85
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Mid $250
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High $1.1k
  • MAD begins publishing a traditional magazine-sized issue
  • First use of the phrase, 'What? Me Worry?'
Low $30
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Mid $125
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High $300
  • 1st appearance of Irving Forbush, later becomes Forbush Man, a fictional employee of "Marble" Comics
  • Parody of Alfred E. Neuman
  • *value unknown
Low $45
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Mid $125
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High $300
  • 1st full cover appearance of Alfred E Neuman on the cover of MAD Magazine
Low $10
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Mid $35
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High $155
  • 1st appearance of Uncle Creepy
Low $3
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Mid $10
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High $30
  • Classic cover art by Frank Frazetta
Low $390
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Mid $950
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High $3.2k
  • Ashcan edition limited to 200 copies
  • *the publisher of this magazine quickly printed this first issue of their magazine to beat rival publisher Eerie Publications from using the title
Low $9
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Mid $27
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High $125
  • 1st appearance of Cousin Eerie
  • Painted cover art by Frank Frazetta
Low $6
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Mid $20
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High $85
  • Frank Frazetta sketch published in fan mail page
  • Classic cover art by Frank Frazetta and Bernie Wrightson
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $60
  • Frank Brunner sketch published in the fan mail pages
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $60
  • Early interior artwork by Neal Adams in comics
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $50
  • Early interior artwork by Neal Adams on the story 'Fair Exchange'
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $60
  • Classic cover art by Frank Frazetta
  • Early Neal Adams interior art
Low $9
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Mid $25
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High $130
  • Painted cover art by Harry Rosenbaum and John Romita Sr.
Low $18
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Mid $55
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High $280
Low $8
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Mid $20
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High $120
  • Painted cover art by John Romita Sr.
Low $40
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Mid $125
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High $700
  • 1st appearance of Vampirella
  • Introduction of planet Drakulon, a planet where the water is blood and the species that inhabit it are mostly vampires
Low $4
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Mid $15
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High $40
  • 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 $10
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Mid $30
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High $150
  • 2nd appearance of Vampirella
  • 1st appearance of Draculina, Vampirella's sister
  • 1st appearance of Evily, Vampirella's cousin
Low $20
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Mid $70
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High $350
Low $8
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Mid $20
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High $95
  • Classic cover art by Frank Frazetta featuring a werewolf
Low $9
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Mid $25
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High $90
  • Cover art by Frank Frazetta
Low $9
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Mid $20
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High $90
  • First cover art by Ken Kelly
  • *Ken Kelly painted the cover but Frank Frazetta repainted the woman's face
Low $12
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Mid $45
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High $140
  • Cover art by Frank Frazetta, initially a poster titled 'Sun Goddess' republished for this issue's cover
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $50
  • 1st full Vampirella feature that began to develop her character, written by Archie Goodwin
  • *previous issues had Vampirella mainly in short stories or acting as the host, providing introductions and closing commentary
  • 1st appearance of Adam Van Helsing, a vampire hunter
  • 1st appearance of Conrad Van Helsing, a vampire hunter and the father of Adam
Low $7
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Mid $20
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High $90
  • Premiere issue of the Silver Age horror magazine
Low $12
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Mid $40
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High $120
  • Vampirella discovers the Blood Chronicles which provides her a serum that allows her to survive without drinking blood
Low $4
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Mid $12
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High $50
  • Classic cover art by Ken Kelly
Low $5
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Mid $15
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High $60
  • 1st appearance and origin of The Heap

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