Ant Man

Marvel Premiere #47, Marvel Comics, April 1979. This comic features the 1st appearance of the 2nd Ant-Man (Scott Lang).

Yeah, sure, measured against the Overstreet Price Guide’s assessment of $35 for a 9.2 grade this is an obvious pick. Marvel Premiere #47 has certainly grown hot over the past year and as of this post is getting about $120 for graded 9.2 copies and $190 for graded 9.4s.

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Avengers #223, Marvel Comics, September 1982 I was pricing up a stack of Avengers recently and like always I basically stopped at issue #200. Anything over #201 in the Avengers…

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A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days. Daredevil issue 6 splash by Wally Wood. Source. Cosmic Odyssey by Duncan Fegredo. Source. Machine Man by…

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Early Marvel Keys are one of the most collected group of comic books in the hobby. A hobby wide consensus regarding a book’s status as a legitimate Marvel key is enough to send it’s value way up. The Tales to Astonish title had already given us Hank Pym, the Ant-Man a year and a half earlier. In Tales to Astonish issue #44 Janet van Dyne becomes…

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In my opinion Tales to Astonish #27 (Jan/62) is not one of the early Marvel Keys. “The Man in the Ant Hill” story featured the first appearance of Henry Pym but it was just another Sci-fi/fantasy story typical of the books Atlas Comics was producing at the time…

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Entertainment Weekly mention somewhat in their Marvel/Disney coverage, that “Pixar is said to already be eyeballing an Ant-Man movie.” As cool as that is – I mean let’s be honest…

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