Find Comic Book Values – The Quick and Easy Guide to Value and Selling for the Best Price

The most common question I’m asked is “how much are my comic books worth?” followed immediately by “how to I sell them for the best price?”

I want to give you the quick and dirty method to find out if you have a potential treasure in your comic books, and whether they are worth thousands or just pennies, some considerations to think about to get the best possible price if you decide to sell.

Here it is, comic book values and profits in two easy steps:

1. Download a copy of the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide
2. Download Comic Book Selling Secrets

Let’s look at this in a little more detail:

Step 1 – Download a copy of the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide

Folks, this is a very simple way to find out if your comic books are worth some big $$$. The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide is used as a standard resource by almost every collector, dealer, store, etc. They all use it to get a ballpark idea of value. The Guide shows you the basic grading (or condition) definitions and most importantly it has prices for virtually every comic book ever produced organized by title, issue number and condition.

Once you have the price guide you’ll have a resource you can reference for years to come. It’s user friendly and since you can download a secure copy, you will know literally in seconds what your comic books may be worth. Just make a list of your comics and then look them up in the Guide – it’s that easy!

Step 2 – Download Comic Book Selling Secrets

Once you find your comic book values you’ll have to decide if you want to sell them, and if so, where and how to do it. The truth is, depending on how and where you decide to sell your comic books, you stand a good chance of getting a very small percentage of the “guide” price. I personally wrote this report to guide you through a minefield of choices and help you avoid rip-offs. Believe it or not, by making one statement when selling your comic books you can prevent getting a “rip-off offer” for your books. The secret words and a lot more are all covered in the special report.

There are several ways you can sell your books and they all involve trade-offs. The special report covers every method with pros and cons – from selling to dealers, auction houses, Craigslist, stores and even a complete guide to how to sell your comics for the best price on E-bay.

That’s it, two easy steps and your on the way to finding out whether you have trash or treasure and getting the best price when you sell!


5 Responses to “Find Comic Book Values – The Quick and Easy Guide to Value and Selling for the Best Price”

  1. Robert Kelly says:

    I have a series of Spiderman comic books and would like to know the approximate value. I have Amazing Fantacy Introducing Spiderman, Volumes 1-24 (Not For Resale), dating August 15, 1962 tonApril 11, 1964.

    Can you assist?

  2. admin says:

    I’ll be happy to assist. You have some great books and the good news is they may have quite a high value in the marketplace. If you can tell me the basic condition of the books I’ll be happy to give you some current values.

    Spider-man comic books are some of the most collectible and desirable Silver Age books!

    Congratulations!

  3. M Jones says:

    I have a series of Whitman Comics Batman, Superboy, and more….Like Superman and the Metal Men Vol 1 No. 4 with orig. Whitman sleevs they are in GREAT Shape can you please help me with the Value of this series of books
    Thank you for your time in this matter M Jones

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  5. Linda L Ryczek says:

    I have one Spider-Man Collectible Series . Volume 22, Marvel Comics Group, dated 10 March 1964 – Amazing Spider-Man(Not For Resale). Comic book is in excellent condition (no wrinkles, no tears, no fading of print or colors).

    I would like to know more about this once piece of comic book I have and what its possible value is, if any

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