Category Undervalued Spotlight

A look at “undervalued” comics. See our Undervalued Spotlight Index for the complete 476 entries.

Undervalued Spotlight #399

Watchmen #1, DC Comics, September 1986. This week’s Undervalued Spotlight pick is Watchmen #1. The 1986 Watchmen maxi-series by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons stands as one of the greatest achievements in the comic book medium, it’s a…

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Undervalued Spotlight #396

Six Million Dollar Man #1, Charlton Comics, June 1976. I’ve always thought American popular culture transitioned in 1976, before – it was all denim, sunshine, split ends and 15 minute drum solos, after – it was all polyester, bad lighting,…

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Undervalued Spotlight #390

Invaders Annual #1, Marvel Comics, 1977. Over the past couple of years I’ve written way too much about how comic book covers have enjoyed a growing influence on comic book values. I’ve noted that graded comics essentially become postage stamps…

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Undervalued Spotlight #386

Amazing Spider-Man #258, Marvel Comics, November 1984. This past weekend I set up at the Toronto Comics Con and I’m happy to report that it was a very busy show with lots and lots of people looking for and buying…

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Undervalued Spotlight #385

Swamp Thing #1, DC Comics, August-September 1972. Long time Undervalued Spotlight supporter Carey chimes in this week with a fantastic pick. Carey has always had a good eye spotting the obvious that others sometimes miss and this week is no…

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