WEEK IN REVIEW

June 3rd, 2022

Welcome to COVRPRICE’s Weekly Comic Report!

This week we cover the hottest sales of the week, featuring a bunch of variants with all-time high sales. 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

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: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #121 MARVEL | 1973

By Matthew Glover

Gwen Stacy’s death in Amazing Spider-man #121 is one of the most important events in the history of Spider-Man. This iconic issue landed on the shakers list this week after an NM+ raw copy sold for $1,442 on May 31, 2022. This is the highest known sale for an ungraded copy of this comic, and the FMV of this comic is $724. A 9.8 CGC copy of this book sold for $8,400, and even a 1.8 goes for around $178. This book shows a 12.30% increase with the most recent sale, with 1,243 recorded sales. This new increase reminds us that Gwen’s death is a must-have grail for all Web-Head fans.

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SHAKER: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #252 | MARVEL | 1984

By Jeremy Imlach

This is the FIRST appearance of Black Suit Spider-Man, just barely predating publications for both Marvel Team-Up #141 and Spectacular Spider-Man #90. Chronologically, Secret Wars 8 is the origin story of the black suit. However, the first publication of the Black Suit was indeed in Amazing Spider-Man #252. When #252 came out, there was no explanation yet as to where the new suit came from. Cover artist Ron Frenz used this opportunity to create a cover swipe homage to Amazing Fantasy #15, and wow, did he deliver! Last week saw a HUGE sale of a 9.9 graded copy for a whopping $24,000. The last time a 9.9 sold was in August of 2014 for $3,107, and there are only eight graded 9.9’s on the CGC Census. Talk about trending up! With so few sales in a 9.9, it’s hard to judge FMV, but you can bet it has risen significantly higher since this sale.

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SHAKER: BITTER ROOT #1 MCS EBAY VARIANT (LIMITED TO 500) | IMAGE | 2018

By Prof. X

Bitter Root exploded onto the comic book scene in 2018. When MyComicShop dropped this eBay exclusive, they were selling for $5.99 with free shipping, just a few dollars above the cover price. Today, this is a beautiful homage cover to chase for Akira and Bitter Root fans. Although ungraded copies have dropped in sales since last year, a graded copy just hit a new all-time high. A CGC 9.8 recently sold for an astounding $950! At this time, there are currently 157 graded copies of this variant on the CGC Census. Of those 157 copies, 147 are graded at 9.8. It will be interesting to see if any other CGC 9.8 sells at the same value.

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SHAKER: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #54  | DC | 1964

By Nick Richardson

The Brave and the Bold started as an anthology series before pivoting around issue #25 toward the introduction of new characters and groups like the Teen Titans. The Titans are a generational group with a myriad of rosters, spanning decades at the forefront of comics and TV. The original three members in Robin, Aqualad, and Kid Flash aren’t even referred to as the Teen Titans until THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #60, but after saving a town with their unique brand of justice and power subsets, they have forever been known as such. That all started with this book, and all the recent attention has sent fans to the aftermarket to pick up their first appearance. While it can be had for under $100 (quality reflecting the price), the higher grade raw copies are on the rise, with the outlook even higher. We tracked an all-time high sale of $1,502 for a 9.4 high-grade raw copy, an $850 rise from its previous high sale! With Robin being the de-facto leader of the Titans and with shows like Titans and Gotham Knights, it’s no wonder fans are taking a harder look at this book and team. While Robin and Kid Flash have had their fair share of depictions in the media, Aqualad has been relatively left out, but reportedly not for long. Per COLLIDER, an Aqualad origin story with Charlize Theron set to produce is in development for HBO Max. This book isn’t necessarily plentiful, and with momentum and increased demand for high-grade books driving the price even higher, it will be interesting to see just how far it can Go!

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SHAKER: CONAN THE BARBARIAN #23 | MARVEL | 1973

By Keith Shimabukuro

The Red Sonja movie may be cursed as actor Hannah John-Kamen stepped away from the lead role in March. With production set to start on June 20, director M.J. Bassett sued the US Citizenship and Immigration services for not issuing her a Visa to travel to Europe. These roadblocks haven’t led to the demise of the comic book characters’ first appearance in Conan The Barbarian #23. You could say that the red-headed warrior is hotter than ever as a raw book sold for a record-breaking $567 on 5/15/22. Two other noteworthy sales were a 9.8 for $4,920 on 5/8/22 and an 8.5 for $300 on 5/29/22. Movie rumors be damned. Red Sonja is fighting her way up, with or without content.

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SHAKER: DAREDEVIL #3 – JEROME OPENA COVER | MARVEL | 2014

By Mr. Long/Short

This 1:50 ratio variant by Jerome Opena is not a book we see sell very often. Daredevil #3 was not a heavily ordered book by retailers, and initial orders are estimated to be less than 40,000. Assuming that there are 2000 active comic stores, this roughly implies only 20 copies are ordered per store on average. This raw sale for $135 is the highest price we’ve observed for this book. As scarcity increasingly continues to drive collectors buying decisions, we anticipate high ratio books on modest print runs to continue to rise in price. 

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SHAKER: DARKWING DUCK #1 – JAMES SILVANI – 2010 SDCC | BOOM! STUDIOS | 2010

By Matt DeVoe

Disney’s afternoon cartoon block of shows in the ’90s, including DUCKTALES, TALESPIN, CHIP’ N DALE RESCUE RANGERS, and DARKWING DUCK, was a daily after-school routine. The nostalgia many of us feel for these shows/characters is palpable. As young comic fans, Darkwing was, in many ways, an extension of Batman, playing into many of his troupes and characteristics. When BOOM picked up the comic property, it was a no-brainer to create homage variants to Batman’s classic covers. There are numerous homage variants that all do VERY well. However, this DARK KNIGHT homage is incredibly on point. Limited to 500 copies, this rare variant hit a huge new high sale last week of $750 for a 9.8. Let’s get dangerous! 

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SHAKER: FANTASTIC FOUR #57 | MARVEL | 1966

By The Professor

Everyone loves a great silver-age comic book cover. Even more so when the cover art features a notorious villain. Fantastic Four #57 presents a full-on portrait of Dr. Doom, with the Fantastic Four members also pictured. With so much Dr. Doom MCU potential, it seems collectors are always interested in getting these types of comic books in their PCs. The story itself finds Sandman and Wizard escaping their parole hearing, with Dr. Doom stealing Silver Surfer’s powers in hopes of using them against the Fantastic Four. This past week we saw some record sales of graded copies, including a CGC 7.5 hitting $465, an 8.0 reaching $600, and a 9.0 tipping the $1000 mark. A higher-grade raw copy also sold for $450. Lower-grade raws are still very affordable.

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SHAKER: GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #1 – 2ND PRINT – RED | DC | 2009

By Matt DeVoe

Once upon a time, Warner Brothers were developing a GOTHAM CITY SIRENS film. That project eventually developed into the poorly received Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) film. Albeit removed from the film were Poison Ivy and Catwoman, officially making this team-up series dead spec by 2020. Despite appearing in various covers and issues previous to this series, they first appeared together (briefly) in DETECTIVE COMICS #850, which directly spun into this ongoing series, which established a connection between Gotham’s bad girls are synonymous with each other. Even today’s covers can’t seem to separate them, as seen by the recent Sozomaika Catwoman Variant for issue #43, featuring Cat and Harley. The upcoming Poison Ivy DC comic series will explore Poison and Harley’s relationship. The anticipation for Poison Ivy’s new series is giving their first series together a significant boost. The standard cover is trending at an FMV of $55. However, this 2nd print is hitting raw heights of $80, with the lowest listed price currently at $125 (UK listing) on eBay.

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SHAKER: INCREDIBLE HULK #105 | MARVEL | 1968

By Anthony Sopczak

This week I get to talk about one of my favorite all-time, underrated, and least talked about by the broader community, Atlas and Marvel artists, Marie Severin, and one of her most iconic covers on The Incredible Hulk, issue 105 from 1968! A pair of 6.5’s, one graded and one raw, sold this week for $157 and $145, respectively, resulting in about a 50% increase since January of this year. This book, along with many other issues featuring the gregarious green gargantuan, has been on the rise in nearly all grades ever since the rumor mill started in October of last year about a possible World War Hulk movie going into active development. The year this issue was published, 1968, was notable for Marvel. It was the end of an era when Marvel stopped publishing Tales to Astonish and Tales of Suspense to give way to the standalone titles of Iron Man, Captain America, Sub-Mariner, and Incredible Hulk, with Captain America and Hulk continuing from their legacy numbers. Incredible Hulk 105 is just the fourth issue after the start of the series at issue 102. Hulk 105 doesn’t contain anything too crazy in the way of being a major key issue for the characters involved. However, it does contain the first appearance and origin of the Missing Link, but *Spoiler Alert*, the Missing Link dies in the very next issue. What sets this comic apart is the terror-inducing art of Marie Severin on the cover and her crisp interior art. As stated earlier, Marie Severin should be an icon within the community. As one of the few prolific women to not just work on comics during a male-dominated era but also to break through and be given featured work on Strange Tales, where she co-created the Living Tribunal, Tales to Astonish, and the series we’re talking about now, The Incredible Hulk. Hulk 105 has gone down as one of the most iconic Hulk covers from the Silver Age and has been homaged multiple times in recent years. Do yourself a favor, if you haven’t already, look into and learn about the first woman, alongside Brenda Starr, to be inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame, I guarantee she has worked on more than a few of your favorite issues!

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SHAKER: MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #1 (KISS) | MARVEL COMICS | 1977

By Yves Navant

Kisstory was made when a raw copy of this infamous book sold for $530! A Marvel Comics Super Special written and illustrated by Steve Gerber, John and Sal Buscema, and others, this was among the first in a series of pervasive licensed Kiss merchandise. It is impossible to overstate Kiss’ impact in 1977; the band had harnessed relatively simple rock & roll, outlandish costumes, stylized kabuki makeup, and four distinct personas for each member to become household names. Lifelong comic fan Gene Simmons was significantly influenced by comic books, making a promotional collaboration with Marvel Comics inevitable. The comic, created to coincide with Kiss’ 1977 world tour, tells the origin of the group’s alter egos: The Demon, The Starchild, The Cat, and The Space Ace, respectively. Featuring Dr. Doom attempting to acquire the totems that give Kiss their powers, the comic also includes appearances by The Avengers, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and Mephisto (yes, for once, Mephisto actually appears in something)! Oh, yeah. Remember how I said this comic was infamous? Each member of the band had their blood drawn and added to the red ink for the comic. If you want to own an actual piece of Kiss, this is your best chance.

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SHAKER: MEGA MAN #1 – HOLOFOIL VARIANT | DREAMWAVE PRODUCTION |  2003

By Matt DeVoe

With Netflix’s MEGA MAN still in development, collector’s have been quietly picking up this rare foil variant for his first US comic appearance from Dreamwave comics. If you look at the success of video game staples like Sonic, Mario, Link, etc., the Blue Bomber has been immensely undervalued. However, that does seem to be shifting as raw copies have had recent sales of $118.50 this week and an all-time high raw sale of $125 in April.

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SHAKER: THE MIGHTY THOR #129 | MARVEL | 1966

By Matthew Glover

With Thor: Love and Thunder just around the corner, any book that involves Thor meeting with any of the Greek pantheons will be hot. Russel Crowe has already appeared in the most recent trailer as Zeus performing a most memorable Flick. This issue features the first appearance of one of the better-known goes of War, Ares. A recent 6.5 sold for $424.99 on May 31, 2022. This book in the raw sells for around $55, with prices starting to creep into the low one hundreds. This is especially interesting given that 9.2 and 9.0 CGC have sold for about half that. If Ares does appear in the MCU, expect to see a significant surge in this book. Just don’t flick too hard, alright?

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SHAKER: THE REAL GHOSTBUSTERS #1 (NEWSTAND) | NOW COMICS | 1988

By Yves Navant

Who ya gonna call? The Real Ghostbusters, if you have $1,175. That’s what a buyer just paid for the first issue and first American comic appearance of the beloved Ghost Busters, in a CGC graded 9.8! Published by Now Comics in 1988, the short-lived but very fondly remembered comic continued the adventures of everyone’s favorite paranormal investigators. It showcased early work by comic icons Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (Marvel’s Annihilation and Guardians of the Galaxy). The licensed book by Now Comics tied directly into the animated series of the same name. It gave birth to Slimer’s Ecto-Cooler, that legendary Hi-C drink people ravenously hunt down anytime it’s available. Yep, that drink began as a cross-promotion with this comic. Running from 1988 to 1992, the Real Ghostbusters is a fun book that continues to find new fans among nostalgic 80’s kids, and more recent (younger) fans hungry for more 1980s content. It all started here, with this issue. Resurfacing with a 2021 film and as Halloween costumes worn by the Stranger Things kids in season 2, Ghostbusters still haunts the imaginations of fans 38 years after the original film. This comic is a key piece of the franchise’s history and is still very sought after.

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SHAKER: SIMPSONS COMICS #1 – $1.95 – BARTCODE EDITION | BONGO | 1993

By Matt DeVoe

We recently covered the first appearance of The Simpsons in SIMPSONS COMICS & STORIES #1. This week, we’re covering the hard-to-find ‘Bartcode” edition of the first issue of the ongoing core Simpsons series. The first four core Simpson-centric comics from Bongo in 1993, Radioactive Man #1, Bartman #1, Itchy & Scratchy Comics #1, and Simpsons Comics #1, each featuring three versions. The first print featured a special feature. Bartman, The Simpsons, and Itchy & Scratchy had a free poster, while Radioactive Man had a glow-in-the-dark cover. The 2nd edition featured a newsstand. However, the 3rd edition (while not a 3rd print) featured a “Bartcode” playing on the word barcode. Each of these flagship titles featured a different piece of Bart’s head (see the below picture). When you lined the books up next to each other, they combined to make one whole image of Bart Simpson. These Bart code versions are VERY tough to find. They get picked up almost immediately. However, many sellers also tend to sell them cheap, not knowing that this version should sell for a premium. However, that didn’t happen this week as it hit a new all-time high-sale of $766 for a 9.8. Keep a look out for these “Bartcodes”, these are only going up with their exceptional rarity.

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SHAKER: SPAWN #306 FINAL KOMBAT | IMAGE | 2020

By Prof. X

Due to concerns over the then spreading COVID-19, NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment made the last-minute decision to cancel the 2020 Last Chance Qualifiers (LCQ) for Final Kombat 2020. This epic Mortal Kombat tournament left many players without a chance to compete for the 16th spot in the tournament and left the finale without a live audience. There are rumors that this exclusive cover was made solely for the players of this tournament and LCQ. If that rumor were true, there would be less than 130 players signed up for the LCQs and 15 pre-qualified finalists. On the opposite side of this theory, the exclusive cover may have been made for every attendee. If this were true, a quick search of the Park West venue indicates a max capacity of 1000 attendees. Therefore, if we were to speculate on a print run of this book, it would be somewhere in the range of 150-1000. However, this is not indicative of the number of books actually distributed, which could be far less than the actual print run. There is one fact that we do know, there are currently a sparse seven copies on the CGC census. Of those seven, only two are graded at a 9.8. Who knows what value a 9.8 holds, especially when a 9.2 sold this week for $3,300 and a raw copy at a mind-blowing $3000! The future of this ultra-rare cover is sure to continue breaking records.

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SHAKER: TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE #1 | MARVEL | 1986

By Keith Shimabukuro

Transformers: The Movie may have been a box office flop, but it resonated with all kids who loved the Saturday morning cartoon. It was probably the first cartoon to make me cry with the death of our beloved Optimus Prime. It also introduced us to new characters, two of which make their first appearance in this comic book, Ultra Magnus and Galvatron. Raw books don’t sell for much at an FMV of only $10. However, there was a massive sale of a 9.8 for $550 on 4/23/22, followed by another 9.8 for $525 on 5/31/22. No one is crying about these prices.

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SHAKER: X-MEN #58 | MARVEL  | 1969

By Keith Shimabukuro

The X-Men are coming to the MCU (eventually), and people are looking for minor keys and characters to invest in. Alex Summers (Havok) is one of those characters. As the younger brother of Scott Summers (Cyclops), he always has been overshadowed by Scott and often resented him. Alex later rose to prominence as the leader of the mutant group X-Factor. There was a record-breaking raw book sale of $490 on 5/17/22, with an 8.5 selling for $825 on 5/28/22 and an 8.0 selling for $528 on 5/9/22. It looks like the younger Summers is on the come-up.

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SHAKER: UNCANNY X-MEN #4 – BROOKS HIDDEN GEM VARIANT (1:100) | MARVEL | 2018

By Matt DeVoe

Mark Brooks is one of the industry’s best artists. His highly polished style gives his work a distinct and recognizable style. We covered one of his Psylocke convention covers for Astonishing X-Men a few weeks ago, and now here’s another one. Right at release, this 1:100 hidden gems variant was immediately selling for $150 and climbed to a height of $250. It eventually settled down to $100 raw, with 9.8s selling for an FMV of $450. However, along with his Astonishing X-Men Psylocke cover, prices have been increasing for this 1:100. Raws have hit highs of $260 with a new all-time high sale of $680 for a 9.8 this week. Pay close attention to Mark Brook’s incentive and convention covers as they’re on the move!

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SHAKER: VENOM: LETHAL PROTECTOR ISSUE #1 – GOLD EDITION | MARVEL | 1993

By Jeremy Imlach

We’ve covered Venom: Lethal Protector #1 a few times, but it’s been a while since we’ve covered the GOLD edition! Only 11,000 copies were produced and sold directly to retailers as incentive variants. Due to this, it’s considered one of the rarest Lethal Protector copies – second only to the Black and White error variants, which we’ve covered previously. Last week a 9.8 sold for $1,811.31, just slightly beating its previous high sale of $1,788.80, and is currently on an upward trend of +0.88%. This book is one of the most valuable Venom gems out there, and typically every Symbiote collector wants this as part of their Personal Collection (PC). It’s also worth noting that the artwork by Erik J. Larsen on the back cover is also iconic and was reproduced as the cover for the Venom Returns TPB. It’s an elusive book, and when it does move, it certainly SHAKES the market!

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SHAKER: WEIRD SCIENCE #14  | EC | 1950

By Nick Richardson

Science Fiction’s focus on robots, nuclear war, and humanity’s future was hugely popular in the 50s after WWII and the start of the atomic age, propelling comic titles such as this to great success. Weird Science was a stalwart of the genre, bringing epic stories to the masses that stoked both fear and curiosity in its readers about where the human race would be heading next. From the mind of Al Feldstein, this book dives into some heavy subjects that are still talking points today. Time travel, robot surrogates, nuclear holocaust, and the screams of plants when they are cut are all subjects in this book crammed with so much science fiction awesomeness. Certain collectors are loving their Golden Age Sci-Fi books, dropping the cash to grab these relics of their day that catch their eye. A lucky collector picked up this piece of history, cover plastered in robots and the ominous threat of the US dropping a hydrogen bomb, for a cool $1,499 for a CGC 8.0, an amazing grade for a 72-year-old book. Raw copies can be had for around $250, but they don’t quite have the sheen an 8.0 does. With few recent sales on record, this book is a ghost but still amazingly relevant to the modern-day.

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RUMORED/OPTIONED COMICS

RUMORED/OPTIONED: GOD OF WAR

Per Comicbook.com, “Sony confirmed its plans to work on a God of War TV show with the adaptation coming to Amazon, Sony revealed during an investor presentation this week. Cast members have not yet been announced, but based on the past report about the project, we already have an idea of some of the people who may be in charge of this series.”

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RUMORED/OPTIONED: MIND MGMT

Matt Kindt’s IG account recently posted a picture with the word MIND MGMT, “hoping to be able to talk about this soon.” That social post moved all of the cheap copies of online sites, with prices recently hitting highs of $70.

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WHAT THE WATCHER IS WATCHING

WATCHING: THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #2 – DANIEL ACUÑA (1:50) | MARVEL | 2012

By Matt DeVoe

This book has had a curious trend lately. The recent reveal of Christian Bale as Gorr The God Butcher via the final THOR: LOVE & THUNDER trailer sent sales into a significant spike in volume. However, what’s curious is how prices have been sharply dropping for this key first appearance. In 2021, it once had a high of $700 for a 9.8 when Christian Bale was initially confirmed to play the character. Compare this today, where it’s trending at $400 in a 9.8. This is a $100 drop from the 9.8 FMV two weeks ago. One specific trend is this hard-to-find 1:50 variant. Since Gorr was even a whispered rumor, Daniel Acuna’s gorgeous variant saw big sales at $500+, increasing to an ultimate raw height of $800. Before the recent reveal, a 9.8 hit a peak of $2K with that promising giant leaps once we received that highly anticipated full-look at Gorr. However, two weeks in, that didn’t happen as a 9.8 sold via auction for $1,125 this week. How does such a hot villain (and film) see such a sharp drop in value in just two weeks? Many point to Gorr’s disappointing appearance, while many also highly defend the look. This trend is a strange oddity, and this period typically should be its market height. The trend follows that of THE ETERNALS, where fans holding back their issues for years unleashed them simultaneously, flooding the market, allowing market competition, and giving buyers the ability to get the price they want. Current sellers are holding to the top of the market values of $2K. However, there’s one auction currently running. We’re closely watching this book to see if it breaks this downward trend or if it continues on this disappointing path.

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KEY COMIC OF THE WEEK

KEY OF THE WEEK: DARING LOVE #1 | STANLEY MORSE | 1953

By Yves Navant

You know what’s daring? Try paying $3,950 for a raw comic like one buyer did this week with an imminent hayloft liaison about to happen on the cover. Published in 1953 by Stanley Morse, owner of Key Comics, a competitor of EC Comics, Daring Love was one of several pulpy, soap opera-esque romance comics that dominated the post-super-hero market. After the shine of the Golden Age faded and superheroes lost their popularity, horror, sci-fi, and romance comics became all the rage. These genre books reached a fever pitch of popularity in the mid-1950s. Creating comics then was not the coveted dream job it is now; it was where a writer or artist ended up, not where they ascended to. If you were an illustrator or commercial writer that needed work, you worked on horror and romance books. It was in this environment that the legendary Steve Ditko arrived. We recently covered his first professional comic work in Fantastic Fears Vol. 1 #5. While it was created first, that work was delayed, not seeing release until after his story in this romance anthology was published. Chronologically, the chap who co-created Spider-Man, Steve Ditko’s first official published comic work, appears here. Now somebody tell those two to get out of the hayloft.

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