WEEK IN REVIEW

January 28th, 2022

Welcome to COVRPRICE’s Weekly Market Report!

After last’s week’s golden and silver age focus, this week we go a little more modern with some awesome first issues, first appearance, and variants hitting big new high sales this week. Two big factors driving this week’s sales are low print runs and nostalgia. This was a fun one to write this week, hope you enjoy it as well!

Also, don’t forget you can always swing by CovrPrice to check out our Movers and Shakers lists for a sneak peek at our newsletter picks! Enjoy!


 

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COMIC BOOK SHAKERS

Every day CovrPrice’s Daily Shaker List calls out comics with the highest sales value sold that day. Throughout the week we pull the more interesting ones and elaborate on them here. Check out our sweet Shaker List here.

 

SHAKER: AME-COMI GIRLS #1 – DUSTIN NGUYEN VARIANT (1:25) DC | 2012

By Matt DeVoe

Ame-Comi used to be a book that dollar-bin divers would see frequently. This manga-inspired series was pretty awesome. Only women (heroes and villains alike) had powers in this universe. It was a fun series that didn’t get the attention it deserved and only lasted thirteen issues between two series from 2012 to 2013. Due to its low print run of only 25,000 copies for issue #1, dropping to 9K by issue #8, this series can be tough to find these days. This is especially true for this VERY allusive 1:25 variant by Dustin Nguyen. This week, a raw copy set a new raw high at $300, just $25 short of the all-time high of $325 for a CGC 9.6. Almost every cover of this series is fantastic and worth picking it. As they dry up into collections, they’ll only get harder to find, giving this variant a continuous boost in value. Note: There’s only one other variant for Ame-Comi Girls, which is this fantastic Action Figure 1:25 variant for the second series. It’s also VERY tough to track down and has a high chance of seeing similar numbers.

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SHAKER: BLADE: VAMPIRE HUNTER #1 – BART SEARS – WHITE VARIANT | MARVEL | 1999

By Matt DeVoe

There is VERY little information on this white incentive variant. From 1999, Marvel produced  “white” variants for several new titles, like WARLOCK, SPIDER-WOMAN, BISHOP, and BLADE. It’s thought that these are 1:100 variants. However, due to its low print, they were most likely 1:25 variants. Still, this particular Bart Sears cover for BLADE: VAMPIRE HUNTER #1 is very tough to find these days. It’s one of those books you know you’ve seen before but ignored because it was a Blade comic from 1999. Well, that was a mistake as a raw copy sold this week for $405. It may just be the rarest modern Blade comic.

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SHAKER: CARE BEARS #1 | MARVEL | 1985

By Matt DeVoe

We’ve said this many times before, but popular ’80s and ’90s brands are big sellers in high grade. The ’80s was a unique time when toy/content trends, like these rainbow-colored bears, transcended gender. And why not! They were awesome to every boy & girl, each featuring their emoji-like symbol representing their personality. When together, the Care-Bear stare delivered a powerful beam of love and cheer, turning jerks into love-filled individuals. Ah, the ’80s. These are the things ’80’s/’90s kids remember, which helped convince one to take a CGC 9.8 of the Care Bears’ first appearance to a new high of $600.

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SHAKER: DC HORROR PRESENTS: SOUL PLUMBER #1 – RILEY ROSSMO (1:25) | DC | 2021

By Matt DeVoe

There’s a constant conversation around HOT new release books and if they’re worth chasing. Sometimes they are. Case in point, this odd DC book was recently released in October 2021. It hit our runner-up list on October 11th, after hitting a high of $50. It was a challenging book to find out in the wild, hitting a high of $60 by the end of the month. But then, it kept going up, culminating in this week’s new raw height of $90. This isn’t that old of a book and could still be at your shop. There are currently NO copies listed on eBay, so the market is all yours if you have (or can find) one.

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SHAKER: DUCKTALES #1 – SDCC EXCLUSIVE | BOOM! STUDIOS | 2011

By Matt DeVoe

Behold, one of our favorite books of all time. This San Diego Comic-Con KaBoom! exclusive is notable for several reasons (note: Kaboom was Boom’s former name). One, it was the first NES box homage cover (and a pretty faithful one at that). Two, its low 500 print run is a testament to how fast that number can disappear in just eleven years. Three, it’s awesome. If you were an NES consumer in the ’80s, you know how important this game was. Even today, it’s considered one of the best NES games of all time. The nostalgia around this series is palpable. Even looking at this cover, you can hear and feel Scrooge McDuck about to bounce on a treasure chest with his cane. These are the reasons why books like this sell for a premium. It’s a visible representation of that emotional tie to being a kid. Hence, this week’s new high (and rare) sale of $565 for a VG raw copy. There are only 34 copies on the CGC census, with one lonely 9.8 (these all-black covers provided terrible conditions). Good luck finding one!

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SHAKER: EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #2 – 2ND PRINT | MARVEL | 2014

By Matt DeVoe

For some reason, even with all the fanfare around subsequent printings, this 2nd print took forever to take off. Until recently, it was very affordable (compared to the first print). This week’s new high sale of $685 (up from $400) is moving up alongside the first print and Comic Bug’s recent jumps in price. It might be time to look at the other printings, especially the speculator’s favorite design 3rd print.

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SHAKER: ELEKTRA: ASSASSIN | MARVEL | 1986

By Matt DeVoe

This ultra-violent, non-comics code-approved Elektra series, written by Frank Miller and illustrated by Bill Sienkiewicz, has been severely undervalued. These two comic legends should be enough of a draw to pick up a copy. Though, due to a high print run, it’s been very cheap to pick up a copy. Due to Elektra taking on the Daredevil mantle, collectors are looking closer to her key issues. For example, (almost) all issues in this mini-series hit new highs this week (except issue #2):

ISSUE #1: Sold a CGC 9.8 for $500, up from $150

ISSUE #3: Sold a CGC 9.8 for $130, up from $103

ISSUE #4 (our favorite): Sold a CGC 9.8 for $412, up from $150

ISSUE #5: Sold a CGC 9.8 for $317, no prior sale

ISSUE #6: Sold a CGC 9.8 for $273, up from $89

ISSUE #7: Sold a CGC 9.8 for $409, up from $20!

ISSUE #8: Sold a CGC 9.8 for $204, up from $150

If you see high-grade copies out in the wild, grab them (especially #1, #4, and #7).

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SHAKER: GIRLS’ ROMANCES #105 | DC | 1964

By Matt DeVoe

As we noted in past newsletters for SECRET HEARTS #83 (DC, 1962), American Pop Art legend Roy Lichtenstein helped put comics (literally) on a pedestal. He showcased comic art with his signature style and turned it into works of art that are now worth millions. Like Secret Hearts, of which Lichtenstein used for his “DROWNING GIRL” piece, GIRLS’ ROMANCES #105 contains the art Roy referenced for his 1964 piece titled” SLEEPING GIRL.” This piece sold to an art collector for whooping $43 million in 2012 and is considered to be worth double that today. His comic inspiration is a tad more affordable, as seen by this week’s raw sale of $283, with an all-time high of $561 raw and $703 for a CGC 4.5. Now’s a great time to jump into books, like this, that contain immense cultural importance. You can’t own the original art, but this may be close enough. Lichtenstein’s piece is technically a 2nd print anyways, right?

Here’s the original page:

Here’s Lichtenstein’s Artwork:

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SHAKER: HIT-MONKEY #1 – 2ND PRINT | MARVEL | 2010

By Matt DeVoe

Hit-Monkey on Hulu has been met with favorable reviews. Though it was released in November 2021, his first comic series is still hitting crazy new high sales. For example, this 2nd print sold for a massive new high price of $1,670 for a CGC 9.8. This book bucks traditional aftermarket trends for content-based books. Usually, an obscure character like Hit-Monkey on a non-Disney streamer (that has not been favorable to comic-based content) would typically see significant drops in price. But that’s not what’s happening here. Rarity and low supply seem to be the key ingredient for this 2nd print.

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SHAKER: MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN #1 | MARVEL | 2018

By Matt DeVoe

The Miles-Train rolls on! This series is Miles’ most recent and ongoing series. Priced-out collectors have moved from Ultimate Fallout 4 to his first solo series, to now this first issue. This 2018 #1 is going nuts in the aftermarket with raws hitting as high as $180 for NM copies and VF copies selling for $75. Granted, this book’s growth isn’t out of the blue. It first started increasing in December 2019 at $10, hitting $40 by October 2020 and $80 by July 2021, which is where it held until this week’s new high sales! But still, what a jump! Keep in mind that the 4th print was hard to find when it was released, so that should be a great book to track down if you can.

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SHAKER: NEW AVENGERS #10 – NEWSSTAND | MARVEL | 2013

By Matt Day

Although Thanos was snapped out of existence in the MCU and focus is now shifting to the multiverse and his brother, Eros (aka Starfox), he still has ripple effects throughout comics and the MCU. With Eros’s arrival via the Eternals post-credit scene, it’s a logical leap to expect other relatives of Thanos might appear. That may drive moderate interest in the character Thane, son of Thanos. Thane first appeared in 2013 in New Avengers #10, just two issues after introducing the Black Order (of Avengers: Infinity War fame), and has some close ties to Eros. New Avengers #10 has fluctuated in value over the last four years, commonly between $100 and $250 for a CGC 9.8 copy, and currently sits between $150-175. A notably rare newsstand edition just hit an all-time high of $625 for a CGC 9.8 copy. While there are 221 CGC Universal direct edition copies on the census (174 of which are in CGC 9.8), the newsstand is so rare that CGC doesn’t even display it on their census. It’s worth checking your copies to see if you have a newsstand edition sitting in your long boxes. Is New Avengers #10 super hot? No. Compared to the direct edition, the high selling price for the newsstand version is a product of rarity. Thane, however, is still a character of interest, and it may be worth picking up a cheap raw, direct edition investment copy if you can envision more Thanos relatives appearing in the MCU.

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SHAKER: THE PUNISHER LIMITED SERIES #1 NEWSSTAND | MARVEL | 1986

By Matt Day

As kids growing up and collecting comics in the 1980s, The Punisher Limited Series #1 (1st Punisher solo series) was one of our just-out-of-reach grails. When you’re balancing candy, Garbage Pail Kids cards, baseball cards, and comics, and all you have is a measly allowance and maybe a paper route, there’s only so far your money can go. If you poke through an old 1989 Overstreet Price Guide – you can see why this was a tough to attain book for a kid on a budget. $20 for a near-mint copy?!? Damnit! I’ll NEVER save up that much. But that Mike Zeck cover, the intense action, Punisher kicking ass … Mom is definitely NOT buying me that one for my birthday. Fast forward to today, with some disposable income, I want a CGC 9.8 of that previously unattainable childhood grail. $1900 for a CGC 9.8 Newsstand copy??!?? Dang!!! This book, which was a fraction of that cost back in 2020, just hit an all-time high approaching $2K. A Direct edition is admittedly cheaper, but even that book is hitting all-time highs with a $1250 sale this week for a CGC 9.8. With these all-time highs, we need to stop and ask why. ASM #129’s have also been on the rise over the last year and a half, so it might be a ‘rising tides lift all boats’ situation for the Punisher, but… Before that rise, Punisher keys were essentially flat. There’s been no news on his inclusion in the MCU, and the Punisher is not exactly a mainstream media darling due to his anti-hero demeanor. So is this a temporary rise in value, or will the Punisher continue to ascend? One thing is for sure, CovrPrice will be watching those Punisher keys closely.

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SHAKER: SHAKER: SHOWCASE #17 | DC | 1958

By The Professor

Adam Strange is teleported 25 trillion miles through space to the planet Rann where he meets the scientist Sardath, who shares his people’s history with Adam. Meanwhile, alien invaders known as “Eternals” arrive in search of the rare mineral Vitatron. The invaders are trapped in a fourth-dimensional prison, and Strange is transported back to earth. The cover boasts a fabulous mid-century modern space-age scene complete with a spaceship, laser gun, and a red-suited Adam Strange donning his jet pack, all popping out from the black backdrop. A rare CGC 6.0 sold for a record $4350, with a very low-grade FR reader copy hitting $200.

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SHAKER: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ANNUAL 2019 #1 – NATHALIE FOURDRAINE – RI – VARIANT | IDW | 2019

By Matt DeVoe

It’s not widely known, but there are a bunch of expensive IDW Sonic The Hedgehog comics. This is one of them. However, it does have several key factors to warrant this week’s high raw sale of $285. It was the first annual ever for Sonic the Hedgehog comics, which had an exceptionally low print run of only 9,000 copies and was a rare 1:10 retailer incentive. To gauge how rare this is, just ask your LCS how many Sonic comics they order (it’s probably not many). Take this rarity and then add in some key appearances, like the first appearance of Jewel the Beetle and the Babylon Rogues (Jet the Hawk, Storm the Albatross, Wave the Swallow), and you can see why this book sells for so much. Jewel the Beetle may not be a name known to most comic fans. However, she has gained significant popularity amongst Sonic fans as she’s quite prominent in the Tangle & Whisper series. With that said, just in general, it might not be a bad idea to grab any Sonic RI variant if you see them for cheap in the wild.

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SHAKER: SPAWN #1 – ERROR EDITION | IMAGE | MAY 1, 1992

By Matt DeVoe

As we note in every one of CovrPrice’s year-end recaps, SPAWN is both the best-selling aftermarket book and the #1 book in our user’s collections. Despite the high print run, Spawn #1 (and his various variants) has been climbing in price. However, this rare error rarely comes up for sale. This week, a copy sold for an incredible $5,000 raw. Keep in mind that many error books vary in color. For example, EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #2 has a “Dark” version that sells for a premium. However, most copies listed as a dark version ARE NOT the dark version (they’re just darker than other copies). This variance in the degree of darkness will always be open for debate, which ultimately holds it back from being recognized as a genuine error (which is why CGC doesn’t acknowledge it). However, this Spawn Error is a true error since it was printed with minimal to absolutely no black ink on the front and back cover, giving it a washed-out look with a missing issue number and price. It’s super easy to recognize and leaves little to debate. CBCS notates it with: Manufacturing Error: Manufactured with very weak black ink strike on cover. CGC (who only gives it a qualified grade) notes it as Manufacturing Error: Manufactured with uneven black ink on cover. This is one modern grail that’s even on our want list.

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SHAKER: SQUADRON SUPREME #13 – ALEX SANCHEZ (1:25) | MARVEL | 2016

By Matt DeVoe

There are many Namor books out there, but there aren’t many Namor variants. This Squadron Supreme #13 1:25 variant by Alex Sanchez is one of the few and probably the hardest to find. With this week’s new raw high sale of $300, it’s now one of the most valuable modern Namor books. Squadron Supreme #13 only had an estimated print run of 16,000, and stores weren’t ordering many copies of this series, let alone twenty-five copies. As you should all know by now, that means ultra-tiny print runs and top dollar sales for a variant like this.

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SHAKER: STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #3 – ADI GRANOV – 4TH PRINT – PURPLE | MARVEL | 2015

By Matt DeVoe

While there’s no sign of Aphra yet, collectors are still heavily buying her first appearance. This book was so popular upon release that it made it to a 4th print, which doesn’t have an estimated print run. Its scarcity and purple background have made it highly desirable, hitting a new raw high this week of $300.

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SHAKER: SUPERMAN: THE WEDDING ALBUM #1 – RRP EDITION | DC | 1996

By Matt DeVoe

Superman & Lois Lane’s wedding was a big deal in 1996, especially coming off an exhausting death of Superman/return of Superman/mullet of Superman run. Fans needed something a little more light-hearted for big blue, and a long-overdue Wedding was just the answer. DC offered their Retailer Roundtable members a hand-numbered and signed copy (by some unknown inspector), limited to 250 copies to commemorate the event. It’s challenging to find, and copies rarely come up for sale. However, one did last week, which was the first sale we’ve seen in years for a hefty $847 raw.

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SHAKER: THE TRANSFORMERS #80 | MARVEL | 1991

By Yves Navant

This week, the final issue of Marvel Comics’ Transformers enjoyed an all-time high sale of $595 in a CGC graded 9.8. Everybody knows the American Transformers were Japanese imports, with Hasbro rebranding the Japanese Diaclone and Micro Change toylines in 1984 into a single struggle of good versus evil; or rather, Autobots versus Decepticons. The toy line proved wildly popular, like G.I. Joe, Masters of the Universe, and Thundercats, thanks to marketing in the form of animated series (“program-length commercials”) and comic books. Hasbro owned the 1980’s with G.I. Joe and Transformers and enlisted the fine creatives at Marvel to help flesh out their respective worlds and backstories in comics. Marvel’s G.I. Joe became an utter force in popular comics, but the Transformers proved so formidable that their initial 4-issue limited series became a monthly book. Throughout its tenure, the comic introduced all the new sentient robots that kids and collectors could run out and find on their toy shelves. The series had a strong 80 issue run, not including limited series and crossovers. As the popularity of the series waned, so too did demand, leading to lower print runs. This scarcity of later issues increases contemporary demand, especially for a final issue, the culmination of a nearly decade-long war between our buddies from Cybertron. The coolest part of this single comic? As we mentioned, this series was initially pitched and published as a 4-issue limited series. This final monthly issue’s cover features the text, “80 in a four-issue limited series”, giving the book’s unexpected success a fun, respectful, and affectionate farewell. That’s worth $595, alone.

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SHAKER: VAMPIRELLA #1 – ALEX ROSS – VIRGIN (1:50) | DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT |  2010

By Matt DeVoe

We’ve previously mentioned how hard it is to find specific Dynamite variants. There’s often a lot of chatter around low prints, and specifically that even if a print run was low, big companies like Marvel & DC still print a specific number of copies. While that’s unconfirmed, the opposite is said for Dynamite. They’re known for only printing the specific number of copies ordered, which created a significant rarity around their variants. As noted throughout this week’s market report, not many stores were ordering 50 copies of Vampirella. When you look back at the talent that has drawn this character and how amazing many of these covers are, you should be grabbing any high ratio 2010-2015 Dynamite variant you can find. Just look at this incredible 1:50 variant from Alex Ross. This is something he would never be able to do for Marvel or DC, making it quite collectible just from that standpoint. Add in that rarity, and you’ll understand why this sold for a new high of $625 for a CGC 9.8 this week, with an FMV raw value of $325.

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SHAKER: WOLVERINE: ORIGINS #40 – BIANCHI VARIANT | MARVEL | 2009

By Matt DeVoe

While the Wolverine: Origins series is mainly known for introducing Wolverine’s son, Daken,  it’s also the series that introduced us to possibly one of Wolverine’s most significant threats, Romulus. In Wolverine #50 (2007), a race of Lupine was introduced, who were humans evolved from Wolves. Romulus, a shadowed figure overseeing the first Lupines, is also quickly introduced in this issue. That issue slowly builds over the next two years, leading into 2009’s WOLVERINE: ORIGINS #39, revealing Romulus for the first time via a last page cameo appearance. Issue #40 is his first full appearance as well as his first cover appearance on this 1:25 Bianchi variant. This week, a CGC 9.8 sold for a new high of $460, with raw copies selling for $100. Despite the popularity and high print run of this series at the time, this variant has disappeared. The last time we saw Romulus was when he was locked up on the Raft. So, with him still existing somewhere in the Marvel comic verse, there’s so much future potential for this villain.

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SHAKER: WONDER WOMAN BLACK & GOLD #1 – KRS – WARREN LOUW – MINIMAL | DC | 2021

By Matt DeVoe

KRS comics commissioned and produced both a trade version and minimal trade version of this cover by Warren Louw. If you follow Louw’s facebook, you’ll know that he switched over to a more photo-realistic style for 2021, as you can see in this cover. And wow, he absolutely delivered. Warren is upfront with his inspiration and often showcases his muses for each cover. In this case, Austrian model Tamara Tvaliashvili is the subject he used to create this gorgeous cover (click her Instagram link above or see below). It was hands down our favorite cover of the year and is just beautiful. The aftermarket feels the same as raw sales of the minimal cover hit a high of $196 and $455 for a 9.8. We can only imagine this will continue to increase.

From Warren Louw’s Facebook Page (he also shows his muses for GUN HONEY, HARLEY, CATWOMAN and more):

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SHAKER: X-MEN #19 | MARVEL | 1966

By The Professor

Mimic is arguably considered one of the more unique villains in the X-Men series. As the name infers, he can absorb, or “mimic,” the abilities of those around him. In this case, those of the various X-Men. His powers, however, fade if he gets further away from those he mimics. As a child, he gained this ability when playing in his father’s laboratory, accidentally exposing himself to a strange gas that altered him. As he grew older, his father developed a machine to make Mimi’s powers permanent and keep the absorbed abilities. After his father buried the machine deep in a mine to protect his son, Mimic was later forced to lure the X-Men to the machine’s location to mimic their powers to access it. After overcoming them in battle, he activated the machine, which only stripped him of his powers. With the threat of Mimic now over, Professor X removed all memory of his identity, allowing the boy a fresh start. As with many early X-Men keys, prices have been steadily climbing. A few weeks ago, a mid-grade copy hit a record $230, while this past week, we saw a raw 8.0 sell for $400. A graded 5.0 doubled the previous high sale, hitting a record $245.

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RUMORED/OPTIONED COMICS

RUMORED/OPTIONED: BATGIRL CASTING: ALYSIA YEOH

It’s been reported this week that Ivory Aquino has joined the cast of Batgirl as Alysia Yeoh. Alysia’s first appearance in DC’s NEW 52 BATGIRL #1 is already selling for an FMV of $25.

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RUMORED/OPTIONED: MORTAL KOMBAT SEQUEL

Deadline is reporting that “New Line is getting back into a fighting stance on a sequel to Mortal Kombat, the action-adventure film based on the blockbuster video game franchise. The studio has hired Jeremy Slater to write Mortal Kombat 2.” While the first appearance is a little hard to come by, all the early Mortal Kombat series are making nice sales this week, like Mortal Kombat #1 from 1994, with a big sale of $320 for a CGC 9.8.

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WHAT THE WATCHER IS WATCHING

WATCHING: SPIDER-VERSE #2 | MARVEL | 2015

By Topher S

Here’s one Spidey book you should scoop up now while you still can. Issue 2 of this mini-series has a lot going for it. Despite some recent sales ranging between $20 to $40, it can still be found relatively cheap outside eBay. Fans are starting to catch on, though, because this book features the first cover appearance for, fan-favorite, Spider-Punk. First cover appearances continue to rise in value, and it’s time to take notice of this one in particular because Marvel officially announced a Spider-Punk series coming this spring. Characters from Earth 138 are likely to appear. This book also features the first appearance of E-138, along with Captain Anarchy, the Spider-Army, and VENOM. This book also has the first appearance of Arácnido, Jr from Earth-15349, it’s also the first chronological appearance of Spider-Punk and the first time his actual name (Hobie Brown) is revealed. That’s a super-key in my book!

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KEY COMIC OF THE WEEK

KEY OF THE WEEK: CRIME SUSPENSTORIES #22 | EC | 1954

By Matt DeVoe

We can’t end this week’s report without mentioning a PCH book. How about one of the most sought-after issues, CRIME SUSPENSTORIES #22 by artist Jonny Craig, selling for an all-time high sale of $31,349.05 for a CGC 8.5!

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