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  • 1st appearance of Starr the Slayer, a Conan the Barbarian prototype introduced to test market interest in a sword and sorcery property
  • First cover collaboration of artists Marie Severin and Bill Everett who signed their artwork as "7EV" a combination of their last names
  • 1st appearance of Starr the Slayer, a Conan the Barbarian prototype introduced to test market interest in a sword and sorcery property
  • First cover collaboration of artists Marie Severin and Bill Everett who signed their artwork as "7EV" a combination of their last names
Low $30
Mid $105
High $375
  • Prototype of the Watcher, first and only appearance of a pilot disguised as an alien named Zarkorr
  • Prototype of the Watcher, first and only appearance of a pilot disguised as an alien named Zarkorr
Low $50
Mid $180
High $600
  • Prototype of Hellboy
  • Print run: 2,000 estimated copies
  • Hellboy shares the cover with a character named Nathan Never, an Italian comic book character
  • Prototype of Hellboy
  • Print run: 2,000 estimated copies
  • Hellboy shares the cover with a character named Nathan Never, an Italian comic book character
Low $45
Mid $125
High $750
  • Prototype of Iron Man, a character named Metallo who is an escaped convict in a radiation prevention suit
  • Prototype of Iron Man, a character named Metallo who is an escaped convict in a radiation prevention suit
Low $35
Mid $95
High $385
  • Prototype of Magneto
  • Prototype of Magneto
Low $40
Mid $120
High $400
  • Prototype of Doctor Octopus, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, published fifteen months before The Amazing Spider-Man #3, the first appearance of Doctor Octopus
  • Character does not take human form in story
  • Prototype of Doctor Octopus, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, published fifteen months before The Amazing Spider-Man #3, the first appearance of Doctor Octopus
  • Character does not take human form in story
Low $30
Mid $100
High $510
  • Prototype of Doctor Strange
  • Prototype of Doctor Strange
Low $80
Mid $325
High $925
  • Prototype of Dr. Doom, specifically the design of his faceplate as seen in nearly identical detail to the Monster in the Iron Mask
  • Prototype of Dr. Doom, specifically the design of his faceplate as seen in nearly identical detail to the Monster in the Iron Mask
Low $105
Mid $365
High $1.1k
  • Prototype of Thor, created by Jack Kirby prior to the character's introduction in Marvel Comics, Journey Into Mystery #83
  • Prototype of Thor, created by Jack Kirby prior to the character's introduction in Marvel Comics, Journey Into Mystery #83
Low $100
Mid $300
High $1k
  • Prototype of the Fantastic Four
  • Written and illustrated by Jack Kirby who co-created the Fantastic Four with Stan Lee three years later
  • In this story, one of the characters returns from space with four distinct abilities: fire projection, ice projection, size manipulation, invisibility
  • Prototype of the Fantastic Four
  • Written and illustrated by Jack Kirby who co-created the Fantastic Four with Stan Lee three years later
  • In this story, one of the characters returns from space with four distinct abilities: fire projection, ice projection, size manipulation, invisibility
Low $25
Mid $100
High $250
  • 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
Low $3.5k
Mid $10k
High $45k
  • 1st appearance of Dr. Mystic, a Superman prototype
  • 1st appearance of Dr. Mystic, a Superman prototype
Low $175
Mid $525
High $1.9k
  • Prototype of Bruce Wayne
  • Prototype of Bruce Wayne
Low $500
Mid $1.5k
High $5k
  • Prototype illustration a creature with the name Hell Boy engraved on his belt
  • Great Salt Lake Comic Con pamphlet from 1991
  • Prototype illustration a creature with the name Hell Boy engraved on his belt
  • Great Salt Lake Comic Con pamphlet from 1991
Low $290
Mid $860
High $5.5k
  • Prototype of Sgt. Rock
  • Prototype of Sgt. Rock
Low $15
Mid $45
High $135
  • 1st appearance of Mr. Freeze, a prototype of the Batman villain with an almost identical weapon
  • Blackhawk #117 preceded Batman #121 by nearly two years
  • 1st appearance of Mr. Freeze, a prototype of the Batman villain with an almost identical weapon
  • Blackhawk #117 preceded Batman #121 by nearly two years
Low $140
Mid $630
High $1.9k
  • 1st appearance of the Living Hulk, a prototype of the Incredible Hulk who was later reintroduced as Xemnu the Titan, an enemy of the Hulk
  • 1st appearance of the Living Hulk, a prototype of the Incredible Hulk who was later reintroduced as Xemnu the Titan, an enemy of the Hulk
Low $120
Mid $410
High $1.2k
  • Prototype of Peter Parker's aunt and uncle, also named Aunt May and Uncle Ben
  • Cross-promotion text teaser for The Incredible Hulk #1, released one week later
  • Prototype of Peter Parker's aunt and uncle, also named Aunt May and Uncle Ben
  • Cross-promotion text teaser for The Incredible Hulk #1, released one week later
Low $55
Mid $150
High $550
  • Prototype of the Black Panther, the suit design is similar although worn by a white villain named Dr. Elixir who used the code name, The Panther
  • Published ten months prior to the Black Panther’s introduction in Fantastic Four #52 this issue was also written by Stan Lee
  • Story reprinted in Two Gun Kid #119, but The Panther prototype character was recolored red
  • Prototype of the Black Panther, the suit design is similar although worn by a white villain named Dr. Elixir who used the code name, The Panther
  • Published ten months prior to the Black Panther’s introduction in Fantastic Four #52 this issue was also written by Stan Lee
  • Story reprinted in Two Gun Kid #119, but The Panther prototype character was recolored red
Low $1
Mid $2
High $5
  • Prototype of Captain Britain in a British fanzine
  • Cover appearance of 'an unknown British superhero' according to interior notes
  • Preceded the first appearance of Captain Britain in Captain Britain #1 (October 1976)
  • Prototype of Captain Britain in a British fanzine
  • Cover appearance of 'an unknown British superhero' according to interior notes
  • Preceded the first appearance of Captain Britain in Captain Britain #1 (October 1976)
Low $12
Mid $40
High $120
  • 1st appearance of Butterfly, the first super-powered black female in comic books
  • 1st appearance of Brice Reese, a vigilante with a customized motorcycle that included a flamethrower
  • Prototype of Ghost Rider, also created by Gary Friedrich
  • 1st appearance of Butterfly, the first super-powered black female in comic books
  • 1st appearance of Brice Reese, a vigilante with a customized motorcycle that included a flamethrower
  • Prototype of Ghost Rider, also created by Gary Friedrich
Low $120
Mid $400
High $1.2k
  • Prototype of Doctor Strange, the sorcerer Sazzik
  • Prototype of Doctor Strange, the sorcerer Sazzik
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Chamber of Darkness #4 Marvel $7 $20 $90
Tales of Suspense #35 Marvel $30 $105 $375
Dime Press #4 Glamour $50 $180 $600
Tales of Suspense #16 Marvel $45 $125 $750
Strange Tales #84 Marvel $35 $95 $385
Amazing Fantasy #11 Marvel $40 $120 $400
Journey Into Mystery #78 Marvel $30 $100 $510
Tales of Suspense #31 Marvel $80 $325 $925
Tales of the Unexpected #16 DC $105 $365 $1.1k
Challengers of the Unknown #3 DC $100 $300 $1k
FOOM Magazine #2 Marvel $25 $100 $250
Comics Magazine #1 Comics Mag $3.5k $10k $45k
Funny Pages #1 Centaur $175 $525 $1.9k
Great Salt Lake Comic Con indep $500 $1.5k $5k
Our Army at War #81 DC $290 $860 $5.5k
Blackhawk #117 DC $15 $45 $135
Journey Into Mystery #62 Marvel $140 $630 $1.9k
Strange Tales #97 Marvel $120 $410 $1.2k
Two Gun Kid #77 Timely $55 $150 $550
Comic Media News #26 Marvel $1 $2 $5
Hell-Rider #1 Skywald $12 $40 $120
Tales of Suspense #32 Marvel $120 $400 $1.2k