Here are the final five picks on our list of top 20 hot comic book investments.
After years of languishing in dollar bins, some of the New Teen Titan books are breaking out.
Tales of the New Teen Titans #44 (first Nightwing) is also hot, but nowhere near as hot as this book. Deathstroke is another of those DC bad guys being hounded by rumor.
Will he ever actually appear in a TV show or movie? Only time will tell, but for now if you own this book you can enjoy the ride as prices continue to rise.
A CGC 9.8 is now a $500+ book, and would have cost you $180 two years ago.
Record sale: $650
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X-Men issues from the Bronze Age are actually taking over some of the middle Silver Age as the ones to own, which means there is money to be made.
The first appearance of Phoenix is a hot book. It seldom is offered to us in collections from that period, which always sets my spider sense tingling!
Prices are all over the place on this book, with sales of CGC 9.8s in 2014 topping out at $1,475 and going as low as $932. There are plenty about, but this book will continue to rise.
Record sale: $1,475
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It seems that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is heading in the direction of sci-fi, with Guardians of the Galaxy catching people by surprise, and being successful at the box office.
Female leads are also in short supply, which is helping Carol's key issues no end.
Record sale: $1,300
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The recent sale of a CGC 9.2 book for a new-record $320,000 shows the renewed interest in this title, along with the Hulk's starring role in the Avengers movie helping to keep him front of mind. The same book was sold in 2009 for $125,000. That's a big profit in five years.
But lower down the range, you can expect to pay a minimum of $2,000 for the roughest, CGC 0.5 copy you can find. That is big money for a ragged old book.
Hulk collectors all want this book though, so there is money to be made as prices go up. See our investment focus on Incredible Hulk #1 here.
Record sale: $320,000
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And then there was Wolverine. While Hulk #1 is undoubtedly rare, certainly MUCH rarer than #181, supply and demand are very strange bedfellows, as Hulk #181 proves.
Prices for this book continue to do crazy things. No matter how many copies of this come to the market, they are snapped up by eager collectors.
Hulk #180 is the first brief cameo. At the moment (who's to say in the future?), prices on #180 are going up, but there is a bigger spread between grade prices.
Below 9.6 and 9.8, Hulk #181 sees the spread closing, with big prices available at all grades.
Here are average prices per CGC grade:
Buying Hulk #181 as cheap as possible and flipping it for a profit is one strategy; another is buying the best you can afford and holding it for long-term growth. Either way, there's money to be made.
Record sale: $150,000
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