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This week we cover the hottest sales of the week. We mix in some incredibly tough books to find with a splattering of some of our other favorite shakers of the week. You’re missing out if you’re not checking out the SHAKERS list every day. They’re there one day and refreshed the next. Enjoy, and have a happy weekend!
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COMIC BOOK SHAKERS
SHAKER: BATMAN #608 | DC COMICS | 2002
By Yves Navant
This week the first chapter of fan-favorite Batman storyline Hush sold for $5,040 in a CGC graded 9.8. This version wildly out-values the standard comic due to being an exclusive given away to shop owners attending the Retail Roundtable Promotion conference, featuring a gorgeous alternate Jim Lee cover. Unlike most variants for Batman #608, it’s thought that around 400 copies of this book exist, with 292 recorded gradings at the end of 2016. Holy Rarity, Batman. Hush is also 90’s icon Jim Lee’s first work on an ongoing DC Universe book! He had previously created art for 1996’s Batman Black & White, but Hush was Jim’s first monthly DC book. Hush is a mystery in which previously unmentioned childhood friends return to Gotham at the precise moment a new villain faces the city. Hm. Mysterious. We see the return of poor, deceased Jason Todd from back when he and Marvel’s Bucky were renowned as the only two comic characters to stay dead, but not really, but maybe? And all of this excitement was illustrated in Jim Lee’s nostalgic 1990s aesthetic. If you can afford a copy of this book, we’ll give you an entire seat on which to read, but you’ll only need the edge.
SHAKER: BETTER COMICS #1 | MAPLE LEAF PUBLISHING | 1941
By Nick Richardson
This book has some serious history behind it, somewhat of an explanation as to why a CGC 5.5 recently sold for $18,100! When Canada banned US comics in 1940 in a bid to rely less on US imports, in turn aiding the war effort at home, they found themselves in a predicament due to a lack of homegrown Canadian heroes. But, in times of calamity, creativity tends to thrive. This led to the creation of Canada’s own Iron Man, from the mind of Vernon Miller and also among his first works. Iron Man was indestructible, had super strength, was amphibious, and loved to fight the Nazis. It was the first 15-cent Canadian Book and the beginning of a trend called ‘Canadian Whites,’ or books with color covers and white and black interiors. This book was a trendsetter, and this sale is as well. A graded book has reportedly NEVER been available online for auction, not to mention this is 1 of 10 believed to be in existence. History, scarcity, and niche memorabilia have combined to blast this book into the stratosphere, and one lucky collector paid a premium to call it theirs.
SHAKER: BLACK HOOD COMICS #15 | ARCHIE | 1945
By Nick Richardson
Superheroes that dominated pulp magazines and pop culture of the 40’s really got a bad rep as they were phased out of the cultural zeitgeist. Black Hood was one of them, a masked vigilante who took to the streets to fight crime, riding his ‘Hoodcycle’ to each cry for help before fading into obscurity. Black Hood first appeared in Top-Notch Comics #9 before gaining popularity over the radio waves like many of his superhero counterparts, subsequently receiving his own title in 1943. A detective with nifty gadgets like Batman, a rogues gallery that rivals Spider-Man, and a hermit martial artist on his side, much like Daredevil, brought forth a complicated character that many enjoyed until they didn’t. That hasn’t stopped Black Hood from sticking around over the years, returning in the ’60s, ’80s, 90’s, and most recently, 2015 for Archie Comics. Golden Age collectors still pick up Black Hood appearances and titles as often as possible, with one collector dropping $1,950 for an impressive CGC 8.0. It’s also a book that doesn’t come up often, with its last graded sale a 4.5 for $780 and $264 for a raw copy. This was a reasonable price for a piece of history featuring such an interesting character with solid longevity.
SHAKER: CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #34 | FAWCETT | 1945
By Nick Richardson
Captain Midnight is a character long forgotten by many, but not by those who love the Golden Age era. A lucky collector pounced on a Pedigree CGC 9.6 (say what?!) copy of this 77-year-old book via Heritage Auction, dropping a whopping $2,640 for this double piece of history, one that also belonged to The Promise Collection! Quite the jump considering its last graded sale was an 8.5 for $288. Captain Midnight was a fan favorite during the dark period before and during the United States’ entry into WWII, an everyday man who was an ace pilot during WWI that many looked up to. It initially reached audiences via a radio show, which oddly alluded to the attack on Pearl Harbor BEFORE it happened. This was followed up with comic strips, films, television, books, and comics like this issue. Speaking of a Golden Age relic, Captain Midnight graces the cover in action, dispensing his patented ‘doom beam,’ used to burn his clock emblem into walls and villains. While many have forgotten this former titan of the industry, he still lives on today (somewhat) through snippets of modern media and even a revitalized but short-lived series from Dark Horse. You can’t keep Captain Midnight down, and with only two recorded, graded sales, this 9.6 may be his peak.
SHAKER: DIE #1 – STEPHANIE HANS – VIRGIN (LIMITED 800) | IMAGE | 2018
By Matt DeVoe
In 2019, rumors of a content deal helped push this first issue up in value, along with this Forbidden Planet virgin variant. Limited to 800 copies, this variant shot up to $255 raw and $840 in a 9.8. Now, it’s not well known, but Legendary Pictures won the option after a multi-studio bidding war around this time. However, the company released the option during Covid, and it was once again circling the streamers and studios where it’s unknown if it was ever picked back up. After raw copies have been stagnant at $80 with 9.8s at $500, this variant is back up this week with a big sale of $750 for a 9.8.
SHAKER: FLAMING CARROT COMICS #1 | KILIAN BARRACKS | 1981
By Keith Shimabukuro
Independent comics are en vogue, as prices for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Usagi Yojimbo, and Cerebus keep hitting all-time highs. The Flaming Carrot predates all of those books, as his first appearance occurred in Visions #1 way back in 1979 (which coincidentally sold for a whopping $1,425 on 6/8/22 for a raw copy). After his first appearance, creator Bob Burden self-published Flaming Carrot Comics #1 as an oversized one-shot. These books rarely come up for sale, as we have recorded only ten previous raw sales since 2018. The latest raw sale on 6/8/22 surpassed all previous raw and graded sales at $340. It’s not a bad idea to grab any older rare independent comic books when you see them!
SHAKER: FOUR COLOR ISSUE #1295 | DELL | 1962
By Jeremy Imlach
If you’re unfamiliar with Mister Ed, the talking horse, you’re missing out. He aired on television for six seasons for a total of 143 episodes from 1961 through 1966. Not ringing a bell? That’s okay. Maybe you’re more familiar with Dave Chappelle’s skits – like the “Frontline” Racist Hollywood Animals skit. Hilarious. Either way, did you know that Mister Ed was featured in a comic book too? That’s right! Mister Ed made his mark on the comic book industry through Dell Publishing in Four Color (an American comic book anthology) issue #1295, dating back to 1962. Recently a 9.8 graded copy sold for $2,040. The only other recorded sales for graded copies were a 9.6 in 2016 for $430.20 and a 9.2 in April this year for $408. Is Mister Ed on the rise? Well, he is a horse, of course. So whether you’re an avid Mister Ed fan or a Dave Chapelle fan, this book holds plenty of nostalgia for the classic character. With such a history, you can grab a raw copy of this book for around $10.
SHAKER: GHOST RIDER #10 | MARVEL | 1975
By Anthony Sopczak
Nobody likes deadlines, right? I mean, how important are they anyway (right Matt)? I’m turning in this article to Covrprice late, and it’s only fitting because we’re talking about Ghost Rider 10 from 1975! This is one of my favorite back issues from this run, and it’s all because of deadlines. Marvel was able to get the cover art done on time for this issue. Yet, the interior was so late they had to scramble and put a different story in the interior that had nothing to do with the comic’s cover. This, my friends, is how we got the treat that is Ghost Rider #10. The cover art depicts the Incredible Hulk fighting against the demon-inflicted rider, but the interior story is actually the first reprint of Marvel Spotlight 5, Ghost Rider’s (Blaze) first appearance! I give credit to Marvel as they own up to the error on the first page by stating, “Bet you’re all wondering what this story has to do with the Hulk on the cover, huh? Well, the dreaded deadline doom has–you guessed it–struck again!” They end up getting back on track with a Hulk vs. Ghost Rider story for issue #11, thankfully. This week an extremely rare 9.8 copy came to auction and sold for a whopping $1560. There are only four copies of 9.8s on CGC’s census. It’s the second-rarest book of the early issues at that grade, making only 3% of the total graded copies 9.8’s, only behind Ghost Rider 1, which has 1.4% of the total graded books at 9.8. On record, Ghost Rider #10 at that grade has only sold on the market three times, and the exact book that sold this week accounts for two of them. The copy was first sold 12 years ago for $239 in 2010. The only other sale of a 9.8 was in 2014 for $300. If you missed out on this sale, you probably won’t see one at that grade come to market for a while, but you can still pick up mid-grade raw copies between $20 to $50. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled in case you come across any in a high grade. Due to its stealthy, misleading cover, you may find it at a mid-grade price.
SHAKER: INFINITY, INC. #14 | DC | 1985
By Yves Navant
$418.95 just bought someone this book in a CGC graded 9.8! Why such a high value for a book starring the sons and daughters of DC’s Justice Society of America? Well, the legacy hero idea is pretty rad, but this was also Todd McFarlane’s first published cover art (May 1985)! McFarlane’s first work appeared in a backup story in Epic Comics’ Coyote #11 (March 1985). After being hired to draw Infinity Inc for DC, he replaced the phenomenal Alan Davis on Detective Comics after Davis’ unexpected departure from DC (a cover drawn by Davis had been tampered with at the direction of editorial, and Davis quit as a result). McFarlane graduated to Marvel, where he drew Hulk during Peter David’s run. Todd’s next job would be the one that made him a fan favorite; he began drawing Spider-Man, where his impossible anatomy and over-rendered style exploded in the hearts of readers. During his run, Todd helped introduce Venom. Todd was popular enough to be given his own brand-new Spidey book as a compromise from Marvel, with whom conflict arose regarding censorship and content. This new McFarlane Spidey run would soon be abandoned when he left Marvel to co-found Image Comics, launching the creator-owned Spawn title! McFarlane has since created McFarlane Toys, which currently produces action figures for DC Comics, bringing his career full circle. This book is where people began to notice McFarlane.
SHAKER: JUSTICE LEAGUE POWER RANGERS #1 – ARTGERM – JETPACK COMICS/FORBIDDEN PLANET – TRADE DRESS | DC | JAN 11, 2017
By J1 Future
Female superheroes are more popular now than ever. The Pink Ranger has been a fan favorite of the Power Rangers since the 90s. Wonder Woman has always been the leading example of what a female superhero should be. Bringing these two together for a cover was a dream, especially with an amazing artist like Artgerm at the helm. This gorgeous cover landed on the shakers list this week after an NM ghost copy sold on eBay for $72 on June 9th, 2022. After floating around $50 for the past two years, this is the highest known sale for an ungraded copy of this comic. This book shows a 20% increase with the most recent sale. What’s interesting is that the set of three covers (color, b&w, sketch) originally cost around 20 Euros from Jetpack/Forbidden Comics. This set of Artgerm covers were limited to 500 copies and was sold at a time when he was still just a rising star. The color version outpaces the other covers significantly. Today, Artgerm is a comic book artist superstar. This new increase reminds us that female superheroes with the right artist (especially as they gain market awareness) could be short/long-term shakers.
By Yves Navant
This book, which is just barely 32 months old, sold this week for $299 in a CGC graded 9.6. Marvel’s mutants regularly do remarkable things, and this title was part of Marvel and Jonathan Hickman’s sweeping relaunch of the X-Men franchise. However, this one was written by Gerry Duggan. The Marauders was a book in which Kitty Pryde leads a team of X-Men, calling themselves the Marauders and funded by Emma Frost’s Hellfire Trading Company. And no, that isn’t the mutant Trader Joe’s. This is basically the X-Men as pirates but fighting for good. This issue, specifically, is kind of a mutant itself. See, this is a virgin (no text, title, or branding, just art) cover variant; one copy was printed for every 25 regular versions. It was supposed to be a retailer incentive exclusive from Diamond Comics Distributors, but the back cover was misprinted. The erred back-cover attributed the exclusive to Golden Apple Comics and erroneously credited the cover illustration to Korean artist Jeehyung Lee, but in real life, Russell Dauterman was the illustrator. This symphony of errors and misprints made this version of the book rare. Not bad for a second printing of the X-Men at sea.
SHAKER:MARVEL #2 (JORGE MOLINA 1:50 VARIANT) | MARVEL | 2014
By Keith Shimabukuro
Despite the mixed reviews on IMDB due to supposed review bombings, Ms. Marvel has become one of Disney+’s best-received television shows, according to Rotten Tomatoes. The show includes a welcomed first Muslim superhero in the MCU. Yet, with powers that differ from the comics and skewing towards a younger audience, many long-time collectors have been worried that this will hurt her overall market standing. Regardless, this variant for Ms. Marvel #2 is a virtual ghost with only 26 9.8s on the CGC census and 72 total graded copies. We last covered this book in March of 2021, and a 9.8 has only come up for sales twice since, with the latest sale for $2K on 6/12/22. If there’s any Kamala market hesitation, there seems to be no concern over this iconic cover.
SHAKER: SILK #1 (STACEY LEE 1:25 VARIANT) | MARVEL | 2015
By Keith Shimabukuro
Not much has been mentioned about the Silk project since being announced as an Amazon Prime Video series. Producer Phil Lord has recently stated that it is off to a “really exciting start” and that news will be forthcoming soon. With no director or lead actor announced, Silk keys are slowly increasing in value as collectors await more information. A raw copy of the gorgeous Stacy Lee variant sold for a record $325 on 6/9/22, surpassing the most recent 9.8 sale of $290 on 5/4/22. It’s steady as she goes for Silk.
SHAKER: THE SILVER SURFER #1 | MARVEL | 1968
By Jeremy Imlach
The classic origin story of Silver Surfer is once again on the rise! Stan Lee outdid himself with this script and character, as we’ve known to become the Herald of Galactus and one of the most well-known Marvel comic book characters of all time. According to the CGC census, there are 5,984 CGC-graded books in circulation. Not too many, right? Well, it doesn’t even begin to breach the surface. Last week, a raw copy of this book sold for a new high of $5,650 – absolutely shattering the previous high of $1,695 in December of last year. What’s driving this book to sell for so much? Who knows! The last bit of news regarding the Silver Surfer seems to be from April this year, teasing his appearance in the MCU. Since then, all has seemed relatively quiet on the news front. It’s easy to chalk this sale up to an excited buyer, but be wary! This recent sale has this book trending upwards at +60.88% – meaning FMV is on the rise!
SHAKER: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #98 | ARCHIE | 1993
By Matt DeVoe
When the first SONIC THE HEDGEHOG trailer was released in 2019, Sonic’s “Ugly Sonic” CG design almost derailed the entire franchise before it even had a chance to restart. Yet, in a rare occurrence, Paramount and the film’s creative team listened to fans’ uproar, and they went back to work on updating the film to reflect Sonic’s traditional look. AND IT WORKED. Fans loved the update and celebrated this unique fan/studio partnership. Despite releasing in 2020 at the emergence of Covid, the film was successful and released an even more successful film with SONIC 2 this year with the official introduction of Tails and Knuckles. Yet, at the film’s end, we were given a brief glimpse at Shadow the Hedgehog, Sonic’s occasional rival in the video games and comics. This appearance sent Shadow’s first appearance in this issue to crazy new highs. It was already a steady $100 book, but after Sonic 2, it doubled in price. Jump to this week, where an all-time high sold for a massive $500 raw!
SHAKER: SPAWN ISSUE #250 – SKOTTIE YOUNG BLACK AND WHITE VARIANT | IMAGE | 2015
By Matthew Glover
Skottie Young is a household name when it comes to variant covers. From Marvel Babies to Run the Jewels homage, Skottie Young’s style is unmistakable. This 2015 issue was a variant for the mile stone Spawn #250 when Skottie Young was gaining popularity with his baby covers. This 1:100 sketch variant recently sold for $410.00 raw. In comparison, a 9.8 sold for $275 about two years ago. Clearly, this hard-to-find cover is growing in value.
SHAKER: SPIDER-GIRLS #1 – DEKAL VARIANT | MARVEL | 2018
By Prof Xavier
Jeff Dekal is a cover artist with several prominent covers. A 1:25 ratio cover of SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN 8 and SHADOWMAN 1 both fetch substantial market value. It seems that this book is also on that upward trend. The cover showcases the Spider-Girls’ flexibility and dynamic posing skills as they race to save May Parker’s brother from the Inheritors. SPIDER-GIRLS #1 was part of a three-part tie-in series to Spider-Geddon and kept audiences invested in the epic multi-Spider token storyline, with a wonderfully crafted story reflected in the cover. With Jeff Dekal’s name on the ratio cover, this book will continue to see growth. This 1:50 ratio cover recently hit an all-time high of $175 for a raw copy.
SHAKER: SUPERMAN #76 | DC | 1952
By Yves Navant
Behold, a back issue we can collectively consider one of the world’s finest, which recently sold for $6,888 in a CGC graded 8.5. Published in 1952, this is the very first time Superman met Batman! In a story appropriately called “The Mightiest Team in The World,” Batman takes a cruise after solving all crimes in Gotham (I swear), all while Robin is away… visiting relatives? Robin had… other relatives? They didn’t take guardianship of him? …kay. Superman happens to be on the same cruise, enjoying some super self-care; the two of them are forced to share a cabin due to the boat’s overcrowding. Sigh. The 1950’s, everyone. Soon, the two discover their respective secret identities while stopping a jewel thief aboard the cruise ship, promise not to divulge one another’s alter egos and have remained super buddies ever since! Okay. Listen, the Golden Age (Earth-Two) Supes and Batty knew each other from their membership in the Justice Society of America. However, this is considered the first appearance of the Silver Age (Earth-One) Batman & Robin, which also features Batman’s first meeting with Superman. Additionally, this issue features a second Superman story by Batman (and Robin, and most of their rogue’s gallery) Co-Creator Bill Finger.
SHAKER: VENUS #19 | MARVEL/ATLAS | 1952
By Ryan Forster
If you’re putting together a list of the top 10 pre-code horror comics, Venus #19, with its classic Bill Everett cover, is almost always in the discussion. With the monster (pun intended) sale it had this week of $28,750 for a CGC 5.5, it solidified itself as a top-tier cover. This wasn’t the record, which is held by an 8.5 that sold last year for $52,500 but considering a 4.0 sold in March of this year for $7,150, this sale had us almost ripping our faces off.
RUMORED/OPTIONED: DUKE NUKEM
Per the Hollywood Reporter, “‘Duke Nukem, the 1990s video game that helped popularize the first-person shooter genre, is getting the feature film treatment. Legendary Entertainment, the company behind Dune and the Godzilla movie series, has picked up the movie rights from Gearbox, with Cobra Kai creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg on board to produce.” The first comic appearance of the video game franchise was in DUKE NUKEM: FOREVER #1 by 2K GAMES in 2011. This was a mini-comic included with the Duke Nukem Forever ‘Balls of Steel’ limited edition game set. It’s challenging to find the comic loose. However, many copies of the video game set listed on eBay do include the comic. Shortly after this release, IDW published DUKE NUKEM: GLORIOUS BASTARD #1. The RI-B has sold for as high as $200 recently, with the most recent sale around $60.
Per Deadline, “McFarlane Films is partnering with wiip and Warner Bros. Discovery’s Rooster Teeth Studios to develop RAW10, an adult animated series from creator Dan Dominguez (Gen: Lock), inspired by McFarlane Toys’ eponymous series of action figures.” In that article, one of these characters include McFarlane’s Cy-Gor, who first appeared in Spawn #38. This book is trending in high volume and has a raw FMV of $20.
RUMORED/OPTIONED: HARLEY QUINN
Per People Magazine, “Lady Gaga in Talks to Play Harley Quinn in Joker Musical Sequel Opposite Joaquin Phoenix.” There’s a lot to unpack in that statement. Still, this news is already moving Harley’s key books and hard-to-find variants.
RUMORED/OPTIONED: ONE-PUNCH MAN
Per Deadline, “Sony Pictures Taps Justin Lin To Direct’ One-Punch Man,’ Adaptation Of Manga Classic; Scott Rosenberg & Jeff Pinkner Scripting.” This news turned the heat up a bit on the first US comic book appearance with a CGC 9.8 selling for a new high of $465.
RUMORED/OPTIONED: THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ISSUE #98 | MARVEL | 1985
By Prof. X
Just three days ago, we had our second glimpse into what ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE has in store. Deadline broke the news with an image that confirms the speculated villain of the movie, The Spot. Jason Schwartzman will voice the infamous villain. Spidey fandom has received little information about this movie since the teaser trailer debuted in December 2021. However, this recent news has sent fans into a frenzy for the first appearance of The Spot. On 6/13, the day the news broke, SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #98 raw copies sold for anywhere between $55 to $70. Since those highs, a raw copy of this book has settled down to an FMV of $53. The Spot is a highly underrated character, and his appearance in the Spider-verse film’s artistic teaser image shows plenty of promise! See our WHAT THE WATCHER WATCHES for another fun SPOT book.
WHAT THE WATCHER IS WATCHING
By Van Denby
The fan base for Stranger Things has been growing for years now. Everything from toys, lunchboxes, hats, shirts, etc., have flown off shelves. However, this popularity and yearning for more things ST had never really hit comics until recently. While the comic stories received mixed reviews from critics and fans, they have become increasingly difficult to find in stores of late. This particular variant, the 2018 SDCC GLOW IN THE DARK VARIANT, sat dormant on eBay for years. Aside from the occasional $15 ish sale, copies were plentiful. Since the recent season aired to much acclaim, copies have been moving at $30+, and in some cases, NM/NM+ copies have sold for $79.99. What does the future of Stranger Things look like? Its influence on pop culture has been immense. Will this be a nostalgic series in the distant future? We’ve seen what nostalgia does for even the most minor content-based properties. As the current series winds down, this could certainly be a book any Stranger Things fan or collector could want. It may be a long-term watcher, but it’s one to grab if you find cheap copies out in the wild.
WATCHING: SUPER-VILLAIN TEAM-UP / MODOK’S 11 #3 | MARVEL | 2007
By Matt DeVoe
With new attention on the VERY under-utilized Spider-villain THE SPOT, you will find it easy to be a collector of the character. While his early key appearances (cameo, full, and 2nd) escalated in value, there’s not much after that. However, some low-hanging “spotted” fruit is this low-printed (est. 14K) issue of SUPER-VILLAIN TEAM-UP/MOKOK’S 11. It’s one of our favorite SPOT covers. And there are not many (roughly ten, by our estimate). Drawn by the fantastic Marko Djurdjevic, his artwork shows how menacing and powerful the character COULD be. Granted, the story inside this issue features him as the comedic relief, which is a far cry from his more serious nature in Spectacular Spider-Man #98. At a massive $2 price tag, this is a book we’re watching (specifically whether an obscure character like the Spot’s can extend outside of his keys).
KEY COMIC OF THE WEEK
KEY OF THE WEEK: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #667 – GABRIELE DELL’OTTO (1:100) | MARVEL | 2011
By Matt DeVoe
How often do you see a book set a new record for its issue and an entire age of comics? This King of Variants just became the King of Modern comics with a massive new high of $43,200 for a CGC 9.8 on Heritage, smashing the previous high of $33,600 almost a year ago to the day. This is a true testament to the rarity and power of low-print variants, especially the after-market powerhouse of Spider-Man.
KEY OF THE WEEK 2: ULTIMATE FALLOUT #4 – MARKO DJURDJEVIC (1:25) | MARVEL | 2011 | MARVEL | 2011
By Matt DeVoe
We really couldn’t have just one Key of the Week. Not with this variant nipping at the heels of Spider-Man #667 is the prince of modern comics (ready to overthrow the King), ULTIMATE FALLOUT #4 1:25. This week, TWO sales of a 9.8 for $40,800 (Heritage) and $40,251 (Comiclink) brought the heat for another comic’s heaviest hitters. Who said comic sales were down again?
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