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Nick's Picks Weekly 24

A categorical listing of Nick's Picks Weekly 24 curated by Key Collector Comics.

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Mid $8
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High $20
  • One-shot issue containing two original stories
Low $600
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Mid $2k
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High $6.5k
  • 1st appearance of the Crypt Keeper, the host of the book's anthology format of stories and inspiration behind the host of the HBO series Tales From The Crypt
Low $60
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Mid $90
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High $600
  • Variant cover art by Raf Grassetti featuring The Homelander
  • American flag background, limited to 56 copies
Low $3
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Mid $9
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High $35
  • Reprint of Truth: Red, White & Blue #1, Captain America Vol. 4 #1 (2002) and The Ultimates #1 (2002)
Low $40
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Mid $165
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High $650
  • Four-page story titled Raving Maniac, written by Stan Lee that expressed his views on the intention and effect of horror comics during a time when the medium was facing heavy public scrutiny
  • Stan Lee appears in his own story as an editor confronted by an irate advocate of the theories presented by psychiatrist, Fredric Wertham, who went on to write the industry-altering Seduction of the Innocent (1954)
  • The “Raving Maniac” character is a representation of Wertham whose work led to the establishment of the Comics Code Authority
Low $85
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Mid $200
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High $500
  • Limited to 1,000 copies although there is a much rarer, earlier printing that was handed out at SDCC in 1998 with no price on the cover
  • Created and self-published by David Choe, an artist who is known for his street-art influenced work appearing in urban settings
  • In the early days of Facebook, Choe was commissioned to paint murals on the interior walls of their Silicone Valley office and though he thought the company would fail, he accepted stock in lieu of cash that earned him $200 million, seven years later
Low $40
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Mid $120
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High $415
  • Variant cover art by Joe Quesada (1:100)
Low $165
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Mid $715
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High $1.8k
  • Final appearance of Catwoman in the Golden Age
  • Due to the strict guidelines of the newly established Comics Code Authority, Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne's relationship was considered inappropriate resulting in Catwoman's absence from comics from 1954 until her first Silver Age appearance in Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane #70 (1966)
Low $12
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Mid $45
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High $140
  • 1st full appearance of Carnage
  • Second printing, silver ink background
  • Total quantity of graded copies of the second account for less than 10% compared to the standard cover
Low $60
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Mid $180
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High $550
  • Variant cover art by Jorge Molina (1:50)