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ComicLink just sold a CGC 6.5 Action Comics #1 for $625,000.00 Here is the press release; ComicLink President Josh Nathanson is reporting the recent sale of an Action Comics #1 in CGC 6.5 for $625,000. This is the highest sale ever for an example of Action Comics #1 or any other comic book in the condition of 6.5, and the…

Recently I bought a very large comic collection. There are thousands of comic books, all from the mid 1940s to the mid 1970s. Nice deep runs of the main Marvel and DC titles are present as are solid runs of Dells and Harveys. There were plenty of keys present including 7 of the big Marvel Silver Age keys. Picking up…

December 29, 2010 / / Market Trends 4 Comments

Death of Spider-man I read that Marvel will be making the Ultimate Universe’s new Death of Spider-Man storyline available on line at the same time the comics hit the streets. This “day and date” delivery will be via the Marvel Comics app through iTunes. Marvel, like all the other publishers, is trying to figure out how to successfully deliver their…

September 15, 2010 / / Market Trends 0 Comments

I am one happy comic book camper. A while back in my Undervalued Spotlight #25 I argued that the Atlas/Seaboard run of comics and magazines from the mid 1970s were all overlooked and undervalued as collectibles. Yes I know that none of the 23 titles lasted more than 4 issues…

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Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:11 amComicbookdaily.com’s first look at market trends will examine the growing influence the CGC Census is having on what graded comics are selling for. There is now a very large and very liquid trading arena for graded collectible comics. The internet has provided us with many reputable and trustworthy places to buy and sell.…

Look for the first market analysis post Tuesday September 8th.