Category Overvalued Overstreet

Highlighting comics that are overpriced in The Overstreet Price Guide.

Werewolf By Night #32

There is not a hotter bronze-age book on the planet right now than our Overvalued Overstreet book Werewolf by Night #32 featuring the first appearance of the Marvel super-hero Moon Knight. Moon Knight first rode on to the scene via…

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Sugar and Spike #2 – #98

This week’s Overvalued Spotlight is shining a long-running and much-loved Silver Age title Sugar and Spike. This title pretty much ran the entire length of the silver age of comics. March/April 1956 through November 1971. The first issue of Sugar…

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Batman #227

This month’s Overvalued pick follows the same model as some of the earlier picks that I have made in this column. That the book is getting more love than it deserved. By that I mean they are books that I…

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The “Hot” book… Avengers #55

What’s this!? Avengers #55 – Undervalued Spotlight #142 Revisited? Huddleston trampling all over one of Walter’s best Undervalued pics of all time in the Overvalued Overstreet? In today’s Overvalued Overstreet we will look at some of those “hot” must have…

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Prototype Issues

One of my favourite genres of comic collecting is the Atlas/Marvel pre-super-hero monster books from the 1950’s and early 1960’s. They featured a lot of Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko artwork. The stories were simple, fun, and entertaining. The litany…

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My Christmas Wish List

Another Black Friday has passed and today is Cyber Monday. Christmas is just around the corner. Everyone is scurrying around with their shopping lists, “to do” lists, making out Christmas lists, whew! No more lists! Well we have time for…

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Overvalued Overstreet | Daredevil 7

Daredevil #7, Marvel Comics, April 1965. I can’t tell you how many times lower to mid grade copies of this book has queued up in my back issue bins over the years. Mind you I don’t think I have a copy at this moment but I think that’s due more to “aggressive discounting” than it is to rampant demand. The problem all along must have been an overvalued Overstreet value.
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