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In the previous comic book value post I talked about using the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide as a source.  I also discussed the problems with “the guide.” Today I want to give you few free resources to help find the true value of your comic books.

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Since these resources are free, you know the old saying: ” you get what you pay for.”  Don’t use just one of these sources as the means to come up with the value.  If at all possible check out a few.

First off is comicpriceguide.com.  This site has a semi-active forum, the ability to actually track your collection and several other features.  You can use it to get some ballpark figures for your comics.  The search can take a little time do to their tool and you do have to become a member to search, but it’s free.

Next we have nostomania.com. Again, it is free but you have to signup.  It’s been a mixed bag for me, but you can use it in your value search.

Finally we have E-bay.   I always use E-bay when I start my value search because it is free, easy to use, and contains so many up-to-the-minute sales prices.  Anyone can go to E-bay and start searching for current auctions and get an idea of some prices. But to really get useful information you must do the free signup and it will let you search completed auctions.  You must do this important step to get the most accurate information.

Here are a couple of little tricks for using E-bay.  When you do an initial search for your comic books on the site, look for the “completed listings” box on the left of the page and then click on Show Items.  Once you do this you will get a listing, if any, of the closed auctions.

The second little trick I use is to click on some of the actual auctions, especially if the price looks high, and then check the feedback.  If the buyer, seller, or both have left positive feedback it is a good indication the sale went through and I can count on the value.  If not I discount it and look for more reasonable numbers to arrive at my value.  This helps weed out the scam auctions and bidders.

Finally, you can use the Google search tool to search for current retail values of your comic books. You’ll find the tool just below this text. The best way to use the search is to type in the title and issue number of your comic book, plus the term “value”, “price”, or “for sale”. An example would be “X-men 1 value”,”x-men 1 price” or “x-men 1 for sale”. Remember, this will give retail prices, if you are looking to sell your comic books a dealer will typically give you between 10% and 100% of the price depending on the desirability of the comic book.

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Keep these sites in mind when you are searching for current sales prices on your comic books.  They are good options to get the value and save money.

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150 Responses to “Free Comic Book Value and Price Resources”

  1. Trevor Smith says:

    I have a first issue of a marvel comic book named CABLE. I was just wondering if it was worth any thing?
    If possible, e-mail me back at trevguy01@comcast.net

  2. Carmen says:

    I have the No. 3 from 1988 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic. It is signed and in mint condition. I was wondering if you could give me an idea of how much it is worth? Thanks!

  3. admin says:

    Carmen,
    Can you give me the full title? The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #3 from 1988 that I know of is actually “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures” published by Archie Comics Group and based on the TV show. If so, the book by itself is worth very little, but you may be able to find someone who would be willing to pay a little more for an authentic signed copy.

    Unfortunately signed copy values are all over the place and there is no reliable way to give a concrete value to a signature. Good luck!

  4. admin says:

    Cable #1 is worth very little unless it’s in almost perfect condition and CGC graded (CGC 9.9 or better, even in 9.8 it wouldn’t be worth the grading expense). Unfortunately it was published at the time of the great boom and subsequent crash of comic books in the early 1990′s.

  5. Krissy says:

    I have the full collection of Beavis and Butthead comics unopened… how much would they be worth?

  6. Vlahd says:

    Does anybody know how much the Rise of Apocalypse issue 1-3 from 1996 is worth?

  7. David says:

    I have a Marvel comics group, Conan Barbarian, inside says Conan the Barbaria Vol. 1 No. 143, February 1963 what is it’s value please.

  8. David says:

    Got it thanks!

  9. admin says:

    Rise of the Apocalypse is currently valued at cover or less, and I’ve seen them in several fifty cent and quarter discount bins.

  10. paul says:

    i went into an attic of a house and found boxes of dc comics and some other comics from 60 70 and 80s are any of them worth anything .. please contact me if you know anything

  11. Debbie says:

    I have 2 comics that I need a book value for:
    The Westerner March 1949 Issue #19
    Front Page Comics
    Thanks

  12. admin says:

    Debbie,

    The Westerner #19 ranges from under $10 to maybe $80 depending on the condition. Remember, the condition is an integral part to find any potential value. I would need the issue numbers and basic condition for the Front Page Comics to give you an idea.

  13. Andrea says:

    i have 6 marvel comic books.,#0 Jan.1996(The Sensational Spider-Man) #66 Aug. 1997(X-Men) #67 Sept.1997(X-Men) Jan 3 1995(Web of Scarlet Spider)Feb 4 1995( Web of Scarlet Spider last issue)Then i have PC Blood of the City(Shadow Slasher 1994) and #88 Wizard dec. 1998. I was just wanting to know what the book value was for them???? Email me back and let me know if you find out anything about them.
    Thanks,
    Andrea

  14. chris biddix says:

    i have spiderman #11 signed by todd mcfarlin creater of spawn and was wondering howmuch its worth

  15. Ryan Christopher says:

    I have 3 shoe boxes full of comics from mostly the 70′s, and up.. a bunch of the invincible iron man, human torch, kamandi, and lots of others.. wondering if they are worth anything and worth selling??

  16. josh says:

    i have a 50 yr. reprint of action comics but it was misstapled like to inches towards the cover and i was wondering if it is worth any more for the defect

  17. admin says:

    Ryan – Iron Man is a desirable title, especially with the movie hype. The others may do okay, it all depends on the condition. If the Human Torch and Kamandi are in low condition they may not bring much. Pick up a copy of the price guide, or visit our value pages and look up some prices on E-Bay. Based on that you can make a decision whether or not you should sell. Without specific issue numbers and condition it is impossible to say.

    Josh – the staple defect will not add to the value of the comic, and for that specific issue would probably take away from the value. The only books that go up with errors are usually some sort of mistake in the story (like swearing that happened recently and the comics were pulled). Printing defects are truly defects and reduce the condition. The only printing defect that I can think of that contradicts this rule is a double cover, and it usually only matters because the inside cover is often in better condition than the outer.

    Thanks for the questions!

  18. Andres says:

    I have a marvel comic limited series comic of wolverine vol.1,no.2,october,1982 i want to know how much it is worth

  19. admin says:

    It depends on the condition. Both of those comics are in demand, especially with the blockbuster movie. Let me know what condition they are in and I can give you more information. Good luck!

  20. Mac says:

    If anyone has a idea or clue on what these comic books are or could be worth please contact me

    Famous 1st edition DC comic limited collectors’golden mint series Capt Marvel This edition copyright NOV
    1974 10″x13 1/2″
    first edition 1940 Whiz comics

    Also DC comics limited collectors edition 1974 Superman comic w/ 6 stories Also NOV 1974 10×13 1/2″ Both sold for a dollar on the news stand.

  21. admin says:

    Unless they are in absolutely pristine condition, they aren’t worth very much. I have seen them at conventions for $1 each at most – and that was in what I would call VF condition.

  22. I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  23. sam wade says:

    i have 225 comic books from the 80′s lots of marvels and dc’s can you tell me how mcuh theyre all worth

  24. admin says:

    Thanks for the comment CGC.

    Sam – you’ll have to do the research for that many books. You can start at our comic book values free course, or pick up an Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.

    A lot of 80′s comics are usually found in the 25 cent bins, but depending on the issues and titles, some are worth a decent amount of money.

  25. Kila says:

    I have Silver Surfer #3 1987 in good condition no tears corners are still in tact all the pages are in order to bends or wrinkles in cover.

    I also have DC Special#1Oct-Dec 1968 Spectacular Collector’s Items The Daring and the Different ” All-Infantino Issue. No staples Spine is a little worn great color on cover as well as colored adds.

    Animated X-Men #112 comic’s interviews great condition except for small spill of some kind on front of cover.

    and DC Comics Presents Superman and Swamp Thing vol.2 #8 April 1979. Staples still in tact a little fading on top left corner. Cover color glossy no bends or tears.

    I was wondering if any one know’s the value if any on these books. Thanks

  26. MICHELLE says:

    i have a spideman comic vol #1 no. 1 and i would like to know if it is worth anything ???

  27. admin says:

    Check the year, but if it is really Vol1 #1 and not a reprint it is quite valuable. Also make sure it is Amazing Spider-man from 1963. If you need more info let us know.

  28. sam g says:

    Hi need some help, i have a 1980 comic book “The Empire Skrikes Back”. I have seen a few on ebay and such, but they are all slightly different from mine. Normally it seems they have the logo on back, mine dosnt. Also mine is published by Arrow Books Ltd, and it say’s “This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publishers prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition includin this condition bein imposed on the subseqent purchaser”.
    Be gratefull for your help
    Thanks

  29. sam g says:

    Forgot to say, mine also dosnt have price on front, it has it on the back and price is 90p.
    Thanks again

    • admin says:

      Sam, sounds like you have a UK variant of the Empire Strikes Back. There isn’t a lot of demand for those issues, so there isn’t a consistent price I could quote you for the comic. Older Silver Age UK variants can sell for a significant amount, though usually less than their US counterparts. Sorry I can’t be of more help. The one suggestion I have is to do a completed auction search on the UK Ebay site and see if you can find an issue for sale to compare. Good luck!

  30. Gary says:

    What’s the value of my three comics? It’s the Spider man and Captain America Danger: Demon on a rampage December issue of 1973 issue 52. And Batman detective comics June 95 issue? And the Flash convention of the flash villans October 86 issue? And Tim Tyler Cowboy 1949 number 12?

    • admin says:

      Gary, I need to know the condition in order to help you out. Without more details I can tell you the Tim Tyler is probably the most valuable of the bunch due to age, but if the Spider-man/Captain America (it is probably a Marvel Team Up #52) is in perfect shape, it could be worth something also.

  31. James says:

    I have some DC comics in I think about good condition example Batman# 172 what could they be worth I have about 25 of them.

  32. sam g says:

    hi, me again it say,s in comic book that it was published in the united states of america.

    • admin says:

      Sam – those books will say published in the U.S. but the price in pence means they were sent overseas for sale, or printed here on a different print run. When looking for foreign editions the cover price is what matters (here in the States I see Canadian editions quite frequently at conventions).

  33. Gary says:

    Spiderman/Captain America is in good shape with a little rip but most pages are in good shape. The Tim Tyler is in really good shape and is not ripped at all. Can you tell me an estimate of what they are worth?

    • admin says:

      Gary – the Spider-man/Captain America is worth a dollar or less based on the condition (ripped). That title is quite common,especially in lower condition and is found in a lot of 50 cent boxes at conventions. The Tim Tyler would probably sell somewhere between $20 and $50 at retail depending on the precise condition. If you sell to a dealer you will get significantly less. Good luck with the books.

  34. sam g says:

    hi, Sam again, yes determined to check out every possiabilty. This one say’s not for resale in canada. I know it look’s like it’s not really worth anything but thouht i should just say just in case.
    Appreicate all your help, thank’s very much.

  35. Travis E says:

    Hello I have two green lantern comics issue
    number 52 and 54 both are in mint condition and sealed in packages and both are signed by Ron Marz. Also I have a sealed issue of number 8 of the Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars, the one where
    spidey for the first time ever gets the black spider suit. It is also in mint condition. Please let me know if the are worth anything. Thank you

  36. Arlena says:

    I have two Incredible Hulk comics, (Vol 1, issue number 99 Jan. 1968 “The Incredible Hulk and the Sub-Mariner”) and (Vol 1, issue number 106 August 1968, “The Incredible Hulk”) which are in good condition. Can you tell me if they are worth anything? Thank you.

  37. admin says:

    Travis – Sounds like the Green Lantern comics are the newer series, so there is not an established price for sealed and signed books. You could do a search on E-bay to see if anyone has sold them recently. The Secret Wars #8 could be very valuable if it is truly mint. CGC graded copies have sold for several hundred dollars in the CGC 9.8 range.

  38. admin says:

    Arlena – The first comic you mentioned is probably a Tales to Astonish #99, and would sell for a few dollars in good condition. The Incredible Hulk #106 would also sell for only a few dollars in good condition. Good luck!

  39. spanky says:

    does the following comic books have any value: Stormwatch, Brigade, TEAM Youngblood, and Spider-man. If so please advise as to how to get an appraisal and possibly post for sale. Unfamiliar with how to obtain an appraisal and the process of getting the books sold.

    • admin says:

      It sounds like most of those books are very common and not very valuable. I would need more information, issue number and condition, to tell you for sure. Check out our comic book values course for more information on finding the value of your books.

  40. Freakfantastic says:

    I have a Ghost Rider Annual #1 autographed by the writer comic. It has never been opened and it still has the trading card along with certificate of authenticity. It says there are only 250 that were autographed and I have the 23rd of 250. please if anyone knows how much this comic would go for please leave a msg.

  41. kara says:

    i have a wonder woman (the challenge of the mask #24) says its from 1947 wondering if i could find out approximate value

    • admin says:

      Kara – the comic book you have may have significant value depending on some more details. Is the comic book Wonder Woman #24 and is the “Challenge of the Mask” the title of one of the stories? Also, could you describe the basic condition of the book? With those two details I can give you a better idea. An original Wonder Woman #24 could range from about $75 to upwards of a thousand depending on the condition.

  42. kara says:

    it is # 24 the challange of the mask, as far as condition it is in pretty good condition (not perfect) a few nicks on the cover but completely in tact slight yellowing of pages inside but no creased corners or tears

  43. mike says:

    I have a comic The World Of Jughead #149 from October 1967. There is some minorcorner wear but no tears and no markings on the interior. Pages are yellowing. Anu idea of the cost for this?

    Thanks

  44. Harry says:

    I have a copy of Planetary #1 signed and sealed with an authentication card saying that its 95 of 1000.
    Does it have any value?

  45. Floyd says:

    I have a copy of Sensational Spider-man #36 that was put together wrong by the publisher. It has several pages that are repeated & several more different pages that are repeated. Since it has all those repeats, it is also missing several pages. They are also printed out of order. I have not bought another copy to see what the missing pages are, or what order they are really supposed to be in. I have searched the internet since I first got the book (about a year and a half ago or so) to see if there were other copies of this book that were made wrong. I haven’t found any articles that relate to this. Have you heard of such a thing in the past? I have been reading & collecting comics for over 40 years & have never came across anything like this. The book is in new condition.

  46. dan says:

    I recently came into some old comics. They are made by dell comics. Titles are Donald Duck Album(no.1239), Rocky and his friends(no.1128),New Funnies , Nancy and Sluggo,Walt Disneys Uncle Scrooge, Walt Disneys Vacation in Disneyland(no.1025). All of these are in fair to good condition. I also have a comic called “The Return of Gorgo” It’s volume 1, number 2. It’s in fair condition. Finally a Supermans Pal Jimmy Olsen no.55. All of these comics are originals and not reprints . All costs 10 cents and made in late 50s or early 60s. Any help would be good. A broad estimate would be great.

    • admin says:

      Dell comics can be readily found. Unfortunately there have been several “file” finds so they can also be found in top condition. With that said there are still some valuable issues. If you have a lot you should probably go through the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide and see if any stand out in value. The Return of Gorgo would only go for a couple of dollars if that due to condition. Depending on condition the Jimmy Olsen goes anywhere from about $10-$130. Take a look at our Comic Book Grading Basics for more information about condition.

  47. Mo says:

    Wow, Just got my entire collection from my moms house, ran in to a bit of financial problems, and decided to sell the lot, but just reading up on comics, prices and the such…all my memories of these books came back

    Dont think im selling em again….I’ll put in some major overtime at the job

    Good to see that comic’s are still alive…I dont have enough time to collect anymore, but I still love em

    P.S. My collection ranges from mixed titles from the 70′s to the 90′s…tons of xmen…over 2000 books

  48. george says:

    i have a g.i.joe 1982 #1 blockbuster first issue its in fair shape you can read all of the words and the color is good does any one now the value thanks

    • admin says:

      George – the comic book you have can be valuable but it depends on the condition. If it’s really in “Fair” condition, unfortunately it isn’t worth much. I would suggest taking a look at my Comic Book Grading Basics to get a better idea of the grade (condition). GI Joe #1 has done well recently, especially with the movie.

  49. jake says:

    i have a iron man comic book number 300 near mint and signed by artist and i cant find the value. Any ideas?

    • admin says:

      It is worth the cover price at best. If there are any flaws at all it would be worth much less and most likely would be found in a discount bin. Unfortunately a signature rarely adds to the value of the comic. If has been “slabbed” (CGC graded) and is in 9.8 condition or above and part of their Signature Line it could be worth more. Good luck!

  50. Mike says:

    I have an unopened “the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN” issue 363 which has the conclusion of CARNAGE. It’s a 30th anniversary edition. I picked it up as a kid thinking it might be valuable some day. Your thoughts would be appreciated! Thank you.

  51. ashley says:

    i have a sealed “web of spiderman” 30th anniversary hollogram edition#90. i was wondering if it was worth anything. thanks!

  52. will says:

    I have a Ghost Rider & Blaze Spiritis of Vengeance “Rise of The Midnight Sons” part 2 of 6. It says special collectors item issue. It is signed I believe by the illustrator and the seal of authenticity have never been broken leaving it in mint condition. Would you happen to know how much it is worth?

  53. michelle says:

    I have a copy of Astonishing X-men : Gifted vol 1 that is signed by both Joss Whedon and Cassaday, and it is in perfect condition..Do you know the value of it? thanks

    • admin says:

      These comics are very difficult to place a value on. This book usually sells for about cover price. Will the signatures bring more? It really depends if you can find a buyer who wants a signed comic book. Unlike sports memorabilia, signed comic books really don’t bring much if any more value. Many times they actually bring less. I’m sorry I can’t give you more solid information but it’s the nature of the marketplace. Good luck!

  54. sherry says:

    Hi my son has a few comic books on of them is
    1st issue of a legend reborn it is an xman 50 year aniversery book . any idea ??

  55. Diana says:

    I have a Rex Allen comic book #11 ,1954, in pretty good condition. Is it worth anything?

    • admin says:

      At best about $6-10 if it is in Good or Very Good condition, but if you try to sell it to a dealer they will probably only give you a dollar or so. It’s not a high demand comic book. Is it the only one you have or do you have a run of them?

  56. Ryan says:

    I have a autographed issue #675 Detective comic book it’s from june 1994. Could you tell me it’s Value? It also comes with a certificate of authenticity that says it’s a limited edition of about 5,ooo

  57. Lisa says:

    I have a nearly complete 10 year collection, beginning with issue 1, of Conan the Barbarian comics. Is it worth much trying to sell, or are they only worth a few bucks each?

    • admin says:

      Lisa – that complete a collection is definitely worth selling in my opinion, especially if they are in at least decent shape. You may want to try selling them as a complete lot on E-bay. Good luck and let me know if I can

  58. Gavin says:

    I have a 1961 Batman annual w/1001 stories of batman, I have looked at it and ther is no evidence it has even been opened, there is no damage of any sort and only slight yellowing at the top 1/2″ of the pages, otherwise crisp corners, wondering the value and is CGC grading worht it?
    Thanks

    • admin says:

      Sounds like a really nice comic book. If it is in the higher grades it may definitely be worth sending to CGC. The pricing is all over the place for actual sales. For example, over the last few years CGC 8.0 copies have sold anywhere from the low $300′s to over $600. Food for thought.

  59. CAllen says:

    I have several books that I’m interested in selling as a lot, and I’m trying to get an idea of what they would be worth as a lot. Or would it mean more profit if I sold seperate? 1972 #4 Marvel Team-up, Spidey and the Xmen….1972 #5 Marvel Team-up Spidey and Vision….1972 #1 The Defenders….1973 FIRST ISSUE #1 Ghost Rider….1972 #1 Luke Cage HERO for HIRE….1984 Vol. 1,2,3 and 4 Four Iss. Lmted Series, The Transformers.

  60. Peter Wilton-Davies says:

    Hello Admin, I have just cataloged my collection of over 1300 comics (mostly Marvel mid 80′s and some DC) and have an Excel document with them all on. Do you have any advice on who I could ask to look at this to see if it is worth selling as a collection? Many thanks. Peter WD

    • admin says:

      1980′s comic books are usually sold in bulk, especially in the numbers you have. If you decide to sell them you can go to a comic store and expect to get an offer of so much per book, 20 cents is not out of the norm, sometimes less depending on what you have. If you have a lot of Superhero books and they are in great condition it is probably worth your time to go through them and assign a value. With that many comics I usually recommend picking up a copy of the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide and getting an estimate. If you want to send me the list I can give you some ideas about selling. Become a member and you will have the e-mail to contact me.

  61. kim soo says:

    Hi
    I love zombies movies and back in 2003 I purchased Walking Dead #1 , #2 until #20 before I got married and forgot about it. Recently I was surprise to find out that the value of these comics have gone up especially the first one. How do I know what is actual value of this comic. FYI, I sealed all my comics in a plastic bag in a very good condition.

  62. brandon says:

    i have the amazing spider-man comic with the first apperance of the kingpin how much is it worth?

  63. diane says:

    I have spectacular collectors items THE DARING AND THE DIFFERENT AN ALL-INFANTINO ISSUE DC SPECIAL No1 dec in1968 do you know how much it is worth. thanks I also have a comic TELL IT TO THE MARINES no16 it is the seal of SUPER COMIC 1964 DATE.

  64. Lisa J. says:

    I have a mint condition of the Famouse first addition Limited Collection golden mint series Vol. 8 No. C-61 1979 SuperMan Dc Comics copy of the 1939 and i was wondering what if was worth anything.

    • admin says:

      If it is truly mint it may be worth a little bit, but if there is any flaw (and I mean even the most insignificant) they are really not worth more than a dollar or two. Reprints are a very tough market.

  65. Walt says:

    I have 174 “Fantastic Four” comics beginning
    with # 6 dated Sept 1962 in good to very good
    condition. Are they marketable?

    • admin says:

      Walt, yes they are very marketable. There may several desirable issues in that run depending on what you have. In good to very good condition they are most likely to be picked up by collectors. You may want to check and see if you have issue 48 (first Galactus), 49-50 (the Galactus story continues and Silver Surfer), #52 (Black Panther). Those are just off the top of my head. Silver Age superhero comic books always seem to have a market. Good luck!

  66. Walt says:

    Thanks for reply. I do have all those issue numbers
    48 & 52 are VG 49-50 G – any advise on how to
    reach appropriate collectors?
    I actually have a number of others, including X-Men collection, Wonder Woman, Superman, etc
    Don’t know if we should try to sell everything to
    one source or even how to begin.

    • admin says:

      Walt, It sounds like you have some really nice books. I do offer an easy to follow comic book selling guide that gives much of the information you’ll need. You have several options available to sell your comic books, from selling to a dealer, running and ad in the local newspaper or craigslist, all the way to E-bay. It comes down to how much time and effort you want to put into selling your books. The more time and effort the more money you get (usually, if you do things correctly). There are pros and cons of each method and certain “tricks of the trade” I cover in the report. In the limited space of this reply I will say this, make sure you get get more than one offer for your comics. If you try to sell to a dealer, make sure you offer the list to more than three. If you decide to go the E-bay route naturally you will have several “offers” by virtue of the bidding system. I hope this helps and good luck with your comics. P.S. Fantastic Four #48 retails for just over $100 in Very Good condition to give you an idea of what you have.

  67. Quinton says:

    I have a spider man first editio just regular spider man not the amazing spider man or anything it has a platinum cover and is in very good condition how much is it worth?

    • admin says:

      Without knowing the specific issue number I can’t give an estimate. The platinum cover sounds like a modern comic, and if so if it is only in very good condition it is not worth much.

  68. Walt says:

    Thanks much. I have downloaded your selling guide. The collection is all dated in the 50′s 60′s &
    70′s and we see a Nov 72 #1 Swamp Thing NM & a
    1957 #2 Argo “Boots and Her Buddies” so it is quite
    diversified. Have had the collection for 20 yrs (death in family) and it is time to go to work on it.

    • admin says:

      Walt, Thanks, sounds like you have some nice books there. If you have more questions feel free to send me an e-mail at ” questions “at” comicbooksecrets.com” just make it a normal e-mail address with an “@”.

  69. Daniel says:

    Hi, I recently got iron man comics and got
    them signed by the one and only bob Layton. I was wondering how much they would be worth here’s what he signed. Iron man #127-130,134,136-138,140,146,151-152,157,159-162,165,216-231,234-239,248.

    Also I have #105, #258-266. Not autographed.

    All books are vg-nm.

    I know #128 is Avery important issue and that one is nm.

    What would be you estimate or value on these comics now?

  70. Daniel says:

    Oh and I took a picture of him and have video to show proof. Even got the flyer of his event.

  71. hannibal.L says:

    i got a punisher2099 #1 and punisher war zone #1 – both are in mint condish.can i get a value???

  72. hannibal.L says:

    oh ,what is the best punisher comic series to collect? thanks for your time

  73. Jan Stolz says:

    I’ve got “Radioactive Man” number 1 special edition (you can see his skeleton) along with the regular edition, both in mint, never even taken out of the bag. But can’t find a value for it. Can you help?

  74. Malisa says:

    I have 3 comic books all three are signed with certificate of authenticity, they are in plastic sleeves all most perfect condition. Cable 1st issue, X-Factor #71 , and The Uncanny X-Men #300 ( 30 Year Anniversary) Do you have any advice on a price for these. I am looking to sell them. I looked for their values but cannot find a value with signatures.

  75. Medea says:

    I have a spiderman comic, I think it is the 11th one ever made. It came out in 1977, “Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider Man” Could you tell me how much this might be worth?

    • admin says:

      The Spectacular Spider-man was actually a spin-off title and not part of the original Amazing Spider-man run that began in the 1960′s. A perfect condition copy would be worth something, but not nearly as much as the 11th issue of the original series. If there are any flaws it’s value would drop tremendously.

  76. i have the clown ,violator,overtkill and tremmor and all of them have the comics and are frome 1994 how much are all of those together

  77. Chandra says:

    I have a 40th anniversary super spectacular superman comic book 1979 is it worth anything?

  78. Chandra says:

    I have a 40th anniversary super spectacular superman comic book 1979 is it worth anything?

  79. b says:

    ok i have superman 1994 issues 1-10 and 1993 issues 11-46 how much would they all be worth?

  80. lttlfld says:

    i have a spiderman and nick fury vol. 1 #83 from 1979 and its autographed…does anyone know how much it would be worth. and its in mint condition.

  81. admin says:

    The Superman 1994 issues can be picked up for cheap, they are basically 50 cent to 1 dollar box issues. Check out your Spider-man Nick Fury book on E-bay for some recent prices, I also did a post about autographed comic books.

  82. gpruse says:

    I have a DC #173 Superman in fair condition. Plus many others from the 60′s.

    Any value to some of these?

    I believe I also have a #1 Ironman.

    Thanks

  83. Mark says:

    I have Marvel The Transformers Volume 1 No. 5 and No. 6. I also have Marvel Mart- Marvel’s fist catalog ever. I’ve been told they are valuable. What do you think? I also have a spiderman storm and cage comic.

  84. Dennis Demchak says:

    I have a 1980 incredible hulk comic book volume 1 no. 247 in okay condition

  85. Glenn says:

    I have about 25 to 30 – .15 cent Marvel comics from 1970 – 71 in FAIR to GOOD condition from..

    The Avengers , Captain America , The Hulk , The Invincible Iron Man , Daredevil , The Flash , The Fantasic Four , The Inhumans Kull the Conquerer , The Amazing Spider – Man…

    And about 30 more .25 cents from 1975 – 76 in GOOD condition from Spider – Man , Luke Cage , Shang – Chi , The Defenders , The Invaders , Captain Marvel , Superman , Superboy and Batman….all in GOOD condition. Thanks and I’ll await your feedback.

    Glenn Smith

  86. Glenn says:

    If this matters at all….subsequently, I have the 2001 Spider – Man movie premiere comic. The actual comic addition where the Goblin kills himself the same exact way he did in the 2001 Spider – Man movie with Tobey Maguire. The difference is it was Gwen Stacy who was Pete’s girlfriend and who is actaully murdered by Gobby. The comic sold for .25 cents back in 1978. The comic is in GOOD condition. Can you help in determining it’s worth? Thanks

  87. wendy says:

    i have x-factor vol. 1 #1 1985, Hawkman 1,2,&3 1986, Annual Flash #1 1987, Presenting the new Flash #1 1987, Alpha Flight vol.1 #1, also from vol.1 # ‘s 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 43, 45, & 46. Are they worth anything?

  88. Carmen says:

    I have aVol 5 No. 25 Superman II the Adventure Continues (1981) (publised four times a year and want to know what it is worth. If any one knows, I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

  89. J S says:

    I have and authenticated copy of Gambit #1 . Marvel authenitx limited edition comic. limited sers of 7500. certificate #3076. still in origanal packaged with silver Marvel seal. what would the value be.

  90. Tigre says:

    Hi! I found your site because I wanted to sell my 17 year old Web of Spider-Man #102 in NEAR-mint condition. If you could give me an estimate of how much it’s worth! PLEASE and thank you!!!!

  91. Joey Gales says:

    I have an original copy of Eastman and Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1. Print date on back is 1984. Can you tell me how much it is worth? It is in almost perfect condition aside from a few minor surface scratches to the cover. (very minor!!!!) Thanks.

  92. DAN says:

    Hi Joey Gales , Do you still have the comic book called teenage mutant ninja turtles # 1 ,1984 ? If so , what did you want for it ? Thanks, DAN

  93. steve says:

    i own a Action comics “no.1 1933″ reprint that has the 1983 on inner front cover.i belive its the one ness quick put out and was wondering what its worth if its even worth anything. its the paper back issue and in somewhat good condition ( just a little faded). so yeah would have to hear back.. thanks

  94. Ed says:

    I have a small amount of comics but 3 are what I’m most interested in. They are Classics Illustrated No’s 36 (Typee), 58 (The Prairie), and 80 (White Fang). They are all in remarkable shape with very little wear and tear on them.

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  96. Siobain says:

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  97. Jay-el-Jay says:

    I have lots of comicbooks.Most are Marvel superheroes.I also have D.C. and others.A couple of books that I picked up today are Superman 75 #2 from Jan. 1993 (Death of Superman),and Giant Superboy #165 from June 1970.I am looking for a reliable price guide. Thanks.

  98. Mike says:

    I am wondering the value of “Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #101″ my copy is either very fine or near mint. however my copy is numbered 1/10 and signed by stan lee with a certificate of authenticity. does this increase the value at all? i’m having trouble gauging a value for it. thank you very much

  99. Frankie says:

    Well I have two comic books in pretty good condition.
    The first is a #4 four issue limited edition series: x-men vs. the avengers published in 1987.
    And the last is a 48 page anniversary special: Iron Man published in 1992.
    If you could, I’d like to know how much each of these would be worth.

    • admin says:

      Unfortunately both of those comics are part of the 1980′s “glut” and aren’t worth very much. They can be found in many 25 cent to $1 bins at comic book conventions.

  100. clinton says:

    my uncle pasted away and has boxes and boxes of comics does anyone know how to find out of any of these have value. alot of them are from 1975 to 1985. alot of spiderman and incredible hulk and batman etc. thanks

    • admin says:

      Sorry to hear about your uncle. There may be some valuable comics in the boxes you have acquired, especially those from the 1970′s. Superhero titles like you mentioned (Spider-man, Hulk and Batman) remain in demand. Since you have several boxes you will probably want to get an Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide to start going over the collection. To get a head start on finding the values check out the Instant Comic Book Values and Price Guide and Comic Book Grading Basics posts. Follow the tips and tricks in those posts. After you get some idea of the value you’ll have to decide whether you want to sell them or become a collector yourself. Best of luck and let me know how it goes.

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  104. Miz says:

    I have a 1985 Superman The Secret Years in mint condition. Is it worth anything?

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  107. Christyna says:

    Good evening,

    Would you be able to tell me what the following four comic books are worth? All are in excellent condition!
    I would like to sell them.

    1974 Tom and Jerry #287
    1974 Daffy Duck #90
    1975 Speed Buggy Vol.1, No. 2 September, 1975
    Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories Volume 35, No. 11

    Thank you, kindly,
    Christyna ~

    Christyna Barker ~
    504-252-6260 Cell

    • admin says:

      Unfortunately those comics would not be worth very much. You can usually find similar issues in bulk at any comic book convention.

  108. Josh says:

    I have the comic book Dragon Lines Volume 1 book 1 how much would it go for?

  109. JAY says:

    I have Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 # 99 I want to know how much its worth.

  110. batmannick says:

    i have the death and resruction of super man still in the origanl package i aslo have spiderman 1990 -1- aug( green and black)
    web of spider-man 62 mar 1.00
    web of spiderman 17 aug .75
    spiderman 107 oct .65
    web of spiderman 38 may 1.00
    superman starring in action comics 581 .75
    superman starring in action comics 578 .75
    superman starring in action comics 577 .75
    superman starring in action comics 579 .75
    superman starring in action comics 495 may .40
    superman starring in action comics 494 apr .40
    superman and captain comet 91 .75
    superman 421 .75
    superman 345 mar .40
    woiverine 75 nov 3.95
    x-men 15 dec 1.50
    x-men 185 sept .60
    ghost rider 44 may .44
    the avengers 16 feb .40
    batman 487 dec 1.25
    are any of those worth more then 50- 1.00 i under stand that they might not be. if not ill just keep them on my wall and maybe one day.

  111. Francisco Dominguez says:

    I have a 1977 of the rampaging hulk its black and white issue #8 i wanted to know if its worth anything and how much exact.

  112. Michelle says:

    Hello I have a old comic call “best of the rip off press” volume one with no cover price on it. Page numbers seem off too can’t find anything. On the web about no cover or anything to look for. Any help about it or the Value would be much appreciated. I’ve had it at least 10 years no real damage thanks again
    Michelle

    • admin says:

      You have what is called an Underground Comix and they were published for adults. They can be very valuable but your copy is a collection of comix and is worth less. I’ve seen issues 2-4 on the Internet for about $16 each in about fine condition.

      You can type the name best of the rip off press in the google search on the value page and you should see some results.

  113. nigel says:

    I have a comic book card ( like a baseball card) It has a picture of spiderman fighting some other characters on the front in color and on the back it reads The Mcfarlane Era SPIDER-MAN and has another black and white picture of a “Hobgoblin” and reads 32-DARK DAYS
    in a dark warehouse, the villain known as the “Hobgoblin” peels off his deformed, hideous scarred mask to reveal a face with the same disfigured features. under that it say’s spiderman: TM 1992 Marvel entertainment group,inc alll rights reserved. produced by comic images, saddle Brook, Nj 07662. Worth anything? it’s in mint condition.
    Also I have The Mighty Thor the sky above the pit below #230DEC Marvel vol 1 1974 25c inside reads Stan Lee presents the mighty thor. Worth anything? near mint condt. and #9 peter parker the spactacular spiderman vol 1 the white tiger strikes marvel 1977 mint condt. and I have #3 The Human Fly also stan lee presents vol 1 no 3 Nov 1977 Mint condt. Worth anything? Thank you for your time.

  114. Brady says:

    I have comic that Caleb hammer saides vol 1, number 54 . Not sure on value or how to tell .

  115. Rebecca says:

    Treat Pedigree Gold Collection X-Men Adventures #1 sealed never opened, no bends or tears. Any idea of its value? Thank you.

    • admin says:

      Unfortunately not much. These blister packs were sold in Wal Mart and other retailers and the issues for the most part are readily available. The value would be based upon the X-men Adventures #1 and other issues in the pack, and they are found in many dollar bins.

  116. Reed says:

    i have gambit 1 2 3 and 4 all signed and numbered 151 of 2500 so a relitive low number by the writer and artist in near mint or better with the cirtifacate of athantisity and i am just trying to find out an aprox value to see if need to insure them or not. any help you can give me would be great

    • admin says:

      I wouldn’t worry about insuring them, they are not worth that much. Try a search on E-bay and you’ll see what the current prices are for those comics. I had some myself years ago but sold them when I was still doing comic conventions.

  117. ray says:

    I have a few superman comics, no 44-and 75
    and all favourites comic no38, I was just wondering how much they are worth

    • admin says:

      Thanks for your question. If they are 10 cent price Superman Comics then you have something depending on the condition. I’m going to assume they are 10 cent issues. First, the Superman Comics. The #44 can range from just over $100 to $1700(NM-) retail, depending on the condition. The #75 is similar, topping out at around $1400. If they are in worse or better condition the price will vary. The All Favourites Comics is an Australian comic reprint series and have little value. If you have more information including the condition it would help.

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