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Amazing Spiderman Book #41 to #60

Amazing Spiderman Book Prices for #41 to #60
Last updated: October 13, 2016

Use this price guide to get a good sense of the value of your collection of Spider-Man comics from the 1960s. Click any book to get a current market snapshot.

Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #41

ASM #41
First appearance of Rhino in Comics

Thrown in as a sort of sub-plot alongside the main bad guy Electro, the Rhino has had the Hollywood treatment already. This made it briefly spike in value.

Unfortunately it's a very common Spiderman book. Average condition is around 6.5 to 7.0. In a CGC holder, books in this mid-grade shape are worth between $200-300. Uncertified copies in the same kind of grade range cost about $80-100 less.

CGC 9.4 is where prices get interesting from an investment perspective. A 9.2 will cost you about $1,000. 9.4 is only another $500. These books look great in high grade: all that dark brown and granite gray on the cover shows wear easily.

There hasn't been a 9.6 or 9.8 sale for two years or more.

Record sale: $12,750
Minimum value: $15
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #42

ASM #42
First appearance of Mary Jane Watson's face

Despite the lovely MJ showing her pretty nose, it's not really a key Spiderman book.

Oddly, we see far more copies of #41 than this one. When it does come in, it's usually in the 7.0 range. In that shape, it's worth about $50-70, or about $100-120 in a CGC holder.

High-grade copies are relatively common. The most recent sale of a CGC 9.8 was "only" $5,300 in June of 2016. CGC 9.4s are under $1,000 and even a 9.6 won't force you to refinance, barely breaking the $2,000 barrier.

Record sale: $5,300
Minimum value: $10
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #43

ASM #43
Rhino Comics Second Appearance

This book is pretty common too. Another dark cover shows plenty of handling wear in mid-grades, which is where we usually see this -- VF minus or a bit below. To buy a copy in 6.5 to 7.5 shape will cost you in the $60-90 range raw, or $90-120 in a holder.

Nobody cares too much about Rhino's second appearance, especially coming only a couple of issues after the first -- which is an affordable Spiderman book itself.

If you're looking for a high-grade Silver Age Spiderman book you can actually aspire to, a CGC 9.4 will cost you less than $700!

Record sale: $2,800
Minimum value: $10

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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #44

ASM #44
Second appearance of The Lizard

The Lizard returns for the first time since Amazing Spider-Man #6! This dark and dramatic sewer cover shows wear and doesn't turn up in nice condition in the office too often.

Expect to pay about $60 for a FN-VF 7.0 copy, which is about the average they seem to appear in. In a CGC holder they are worth about the same, or less!

Prices in high grade have barely moved, though there have not been a lot of recent sales. January 2016 saw a CGC 9.2 sell for $450. There have not been 9.4 or higher lately, but you might still see a 9.4 come up for $1,000 or so. Not a bad buy if you get it.

Record sale: $4,600
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #45

ASM #45
Third appearance of The Lizard

This is not a valuable comic book. There are plenty of high-grade copies around. So much so that a CGC 9.6 sold in March 2016 for under $800!

It's worth about $30-40 in FN-VF condition, which is the shape it normally turns up in.

This is not a book I would recommend investing in. It's unlikely to appreciate much.

Record sale: $3,200
Minimum value: $5
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Amazing Spiderman Book #46-60

Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #46

ASM #46
First appearance of Shocker

Here's another of the second-string Spider-Man villains who are getting some love from speculators. SOME kind of bad guy is going to be the antagonist in the next round of movies...

We're getting into the late 1960s period, and more nice copies begin to show up in collections from here on in. This one is usually around 7.0 to 8.5, worth in the $150-300 range in a CGC case, and a bit less "raw".

There have not been high-grade sales for several years. A 9.4 sold for $1,100 in September 2016, which represented about a 35 percent increase since 2014.

I'd expect a 9.6 to command something like $4,000 if one came up for sale, and that's where I'd put my money if it were my investment opportunity.

Record sale: $10,000
Minimum value: $15
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #47

ASM #47
First date between Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson

Another Spiderman book where there are plentiful copies around in high grade. You are able to get a CGC 9.6 for under $1,000.

Typically this book arrives in FN+ to VF- due to the pale cover showing a lot of dirt. It retails for about $50 in that shape.

Not a good investment.

Record sale: $2,800
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #48

ASM #48

And yet another Spiderman book where retail on a CGC 9.6 is comfortably less than $1,000.

The jump to 9.8 is pretty steep, and the record is due to be broken. There are only eight 9.8s out there to choose from, after all.

VF- is about the average for this book, and if you sold one on eBay in that shape you'd be $60 better off. In a CGC holder, you'd LOSE money because the grading fee costs more than the price differential between raw and slabbed copies!

If you're going to invest, wait... wait... wait... for a CGC 9.8.

Record sale: $3,800
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #49

ASM #49

Another fairly unremarkable issue, in which Spidey is teamed up on by Kraven and the Vulture.

These dark cover issues are tough in higher grade...

That said, prices of CGC 9.6s barely break through the $1,000 barrier, so you can own a really nice copy of this and still send your kid to college.

Average grade is about a 7.0, and it's worth $30-40 in that shape if you sell on eBay.

Record sale: $4,500
Minimum value: $15
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ASM #50
First appearance of Kingpin
Plot of Spider-Man 2 movie with Toby McGuire was loosely based on this comic

Kingpin is a bald bad guy who is big business now, thanks to the Daredevil Netflix TV show featuring this super-villain.

Beaters come into our office all the time. Usually in the 3.5 to 5.0 range. Maybe it's the red cover. Maybe it's because the story is cool and it got thumbed through back in the day more than other issues from this period.

These Spiderman books sell for $200 or so in VG-FN condition. In a CGC holder you might have to pay as much as $300 in the same condition.

This book gets expensive around the VF-NM range. My investment pick would be a nice CGC 9.0 with white pages. Currently worth around $1,500. Out of sight in 9.8, and the next 9.6 will comfortably fetch $12-15,000.

Record sale: $30,000
Minimum value: $70
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #51

ASM #51
Second appearance of Kingpin

The poor man's ASM #50. Pretty rare in high grade -- only three examples exist in CGC 9.8. Back in July 2015, a 9.6 fetched $2,500.

I'd invest in a CGC 9.4. You should be able to get one for around $800.

While #50 is often missing from Spiderman comic collections, #51 usually shows up around 7.0, and if you sold one in that shape you'd fetch between $50-70.

Record sale: $2,500
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #52

ASM #52
First appearance of Joe "Robbie" Robertson

Disturbingly similar to the cover of another common issue, Amazing Spiderman #33, this book is pretty unremarkable, value-wise.

Barely breaks $70 in VF- shape, in or out of a CGC holder.

There are 20 copies in CGC 9.6 out there. If you can find one for around $1,500, then it might be a decent bet, but I am not very bullish about potential future value on this book.

Record sale: $3,700
Minimum value: $5
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ASM #53

Doc Oc is back in the first of a four-part series.

In average 7.0 shape, this book is worth about $30-40 raw and $50-70 in a holder.

The last sale of a 9.6 was only $600 in October 2016. There are also ten copies graded CGC 9.8 in the census. It's not a very likely candidate for future resale growth.

Record sale: $3,400
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #54

ASM #54

Part two of the Octopus series.

Broadly similar in value to #52. CGC 9.6s barely break the $500 barrier.

Record sale: $3,800
Minimum value: $5
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ASM #55

I consider this to be a classic cover.

There are fewer high grade copies of this Spiderman book in the market. Expect to pay more than $1,000 for a CGC 9.6, which I would consider to be a better investment because of the cover art.

This trickles down to average grades too. A CGC 7.0 will cost you $70-90, a raw example in the same kind of shape is worth about $50-60.

Record sale: $9,000
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #56

ASM #56
First appearance of Capt. George Stacy

Even Captain Stacy can't bring a lot of appeal to this issue. Newspaper covers always look a bit washed out in my opinion.

It's a common issue that is worth about $30 in average, 7.0 shape.

Record sale: $2,250
Minimum value: $10
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ASM #57

Cool skyline action cover. Ka-Zar is not a popular character, not even paired with Spidey, or the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #10.

Worth about $30 in average shape, and $700 or so if you fancy a CGC 9.6 copy.

Record sale: $3,500
Minimum value: $5
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ASM #58

Whenever you see a predominantly dark cover image like this one, you can guess that it's going to be expensive in high grade. It's a nice robot-theme cover, too.

In about FN-VF range, you will probably not get more than $30 for this Amazing Spiderman book. Investing in a crisp CGC 9.6 is probably a smart choice, if you can find one at under $1,600.

Record sale: $6,300
Minimum value: $10
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #59

ASM #59
First appearance of Brainwasher;
first Mary Jane Watson cover

A pretty common Spiderman book, usually found in 7.5 or so, and worth $30-50 in that shape.

With no less than 32 CGC 9.8s and 67 9.6s in the census, this is not a good investment bet.

Record sale: $1,950
Minimum value: $5
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Click here to find out the current market values of Amazing Spider-Man #60

ASM #60

This Spiderman book is MUCH rarer in high grade, with only four copies known in CGC 9.8. It's also a classic Kingpin cover, which helps the price.

In average shape it's worth about $20-30.

Prices are too top-heavy. I don't like this as an investment, but a 9.4 is relatively affordable if you're in the mood to gamble.

Record sale: $16,000
Minimum value: $5
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