There are very few valuable Deadpool comics. Let's just get that out there from the off. While the character is popular, he simply hasn't been around long enough. Though the new movie announcement is helping prices across the board...
Since this character first appeared in 1991, there aren't any rare comics at all. The condition of modern comic books is so crucial that any tiny fault renders most of them virtually worthless.
We're getting into nit-picking territory. Seldom do you have to worry if you're dealing with 1960s vintage comic books, but tiny faults on modern comics are the kiss of death for resale values.
However, if you do have key Deadpool appearances in super-fine shape (9.8 or higher), then send us details.
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This is the only Deadpool regular issue with real value.
Although lower-grade examples do sell, and for crazy prices, if you want a proper investment grade book, then it should be a 9.8 with white pages.
Here is some crazy sales data since the Deadpool Movie was announced:
If you happen to have it in mint (9.9) or gem mint (10), then this is a much more valuable comic, but comics in those kind of grades are extremely rare, even in a comic that's just over 20 years old.
The last 9.9 graded copy sold for around $6,000. That's 8+ times the 9.8 condition!
Get in touch to have your copy of New Mutants #98 valued.
Another key issue is X-Force #2, the second appearance of Deadpool:
Modern variant covers are not usually our thing, but it would not be smart to forget them in this Deadpool comic book price guide.
Some are trading for FOUR FIGURES! J. Scott Campbell is ridiculously hot right now, and the Deadpool variants are really on fire.
The Wolverine 2010 #1 Deadpool variant by J. Scott Campbell. Click for value
Siege #3, also a Deadpool variant by J. Scott Campbell. Click for value
New Mutants #98 continues to rise in value. Maybe it will be the Incredible Hulk #181 of the future...
Certainly you've got a good return if you bought it for cover price in 1991.
Unless you have 9.9 or 10-rated copies of these other issues, CGC Signature Series, or some other special edition, there really is not a lot of value in any other Deadpool comics.
Deadpool appeared in a self-titled four-issue run from 1993.
Another four-issue series appeared in 1994.
The longest run was a series started in 1997. It ran until 2002. Issue #1 in 9.8 condition is worth about $85.
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