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Ms Marvel Comic Book Price Guide

Value of Ms Marvel Comic Books
by Christopher Tanis and Ashley Cotter-Cairns

With rumors of a movie swirling around Hollywood, there is only one way for the price of old Ms. Marvel comics to go -- up!

Find out what yours are worth here.

Carol Danvers (First Appearance, Marvel Super-Heroes #13, March 1968)

Carol Danvers was just another Air Force security officer, when she found herself working alongside Mar-Vell in his human guise as Dr. Walter Lawson.

She finds him mysterious, but is strangely attracted to him. When she sees Captain Marvel, she is also suitably impressed.

Marvel Super-Heroes #13 is now hot property, thanks to all the rumors of the big-time movies featuring Danvers in the works.

Carol Danvers (First Appearance, Marvel Super-Heroes #13, March 1968). Click for value

Record sale: $1,080
Minimum value (poor but complete): $15

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Carol Danvers (Exposed to Psyche-Magnetron, Captain Marvel #18, November 1969)

After being kidnapped by Kree Colonel Yon-Rogg, in Captain Marvel #18 Carol was caught by the effects of the Psyche-Magnetron along with Mar-Vell.

This combined her human DNA with his Kree DNA, although she would not know it for several years.

This event was to lead to her transformation into Ms. Marvel.

Carol Danvers (Exposed to Psyche-Magnetron, Captain Marvel #18, November 1969). Click for value

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Carol Danvers (First Appearance as hero, Ms. Marvel #1, January, 1977)

Carol Danvers was back, with super-powers from having her DNA combined with Mar-Vell's. 

She was now Ms. Marvel, with a snazzy and revealing costume based on Captain Marvel's to go along with her new super-strength, flight, super-speed, and the ability to project and absorb energy.

This classic Bronze Age cover is now hot property.

Carol Danvers (First Appearance as hero, Ms. Marvel #1, January, 1977). Click for value

Record sale: $840
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Carol Danvers (New Costume, Ms. Marvel #20, October, 1978)

Carol gets a makeover, the front cover promising an "A new era of greatness for the fighting fury!"

In reality, little changed other than her outfit, which was now black and boasted thigh-high boots. Which we'll settle for.

Carol Danvers (New Costume, Ms. Marvel #20, October, 1978). Click for value

Record sale: $380
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Carol Danvers Joins the Avengers, Avengers #183, May, 1979

The series was cancelled, after #23, in April of 1979.

Wasting no time, Ms. Marvel became a member of the Avengers, replacing the Scarlet Witch, who was on an assignment.

Carol Danvers Joins the Avengers, Avengers #183, May, 1979. Click for value

Record sale: $75
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Carol Danvers (Carol Danvers Kidnapped, The Avengers #200, October 1980)

A controversial story in which Danvers is kidnapped by Marcus (seemingly Immortus' son) and taken to an alternate dimension, brainwashed, seduced, and impregnated.

She gives birth to a child who seems to be a duplicate of Marcus.

This storyline was decried as "The Rape of Ms. Marvel."

Carol Danvers (Carol Danvers Kidnapped, The Avengers #200, October 1980). Click for value

Record sale: $70
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Retcon of Marcus Story, Avengers Annual #10 1981

In this issue, a retcon explains that Carol Danvers had returned to Earth without being forcibly impregnated, but who lost her memory after a battle with the mutant Rogue.

Did Marvel Comics get cold feet about the previous controversial storyline?

Undoing of Marcus Story, Avengers Annual #10 1981. Click for value

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Carol Danvers (First Appearance as Binary, Uncanny X-Men #164, December 1982)

The alien race known as The Brood performs an experiment on Carol Danvers.

They draw on the energy of the rare White Hole type of star, transforming her into a new being who can generate the power of a star.

She takes the name Binary, and there is no longer a Ms. Marvel in the Marvel Universe.

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Record sale: $1,195
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Sharon Ventura (First Appearance, The Thing #27, September, 1985)

Sharon Ventura was a young woman who was interested in the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation that The Thing had become involved with.

This issue marks her first interaction with him.

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Sharon Ventura (First Appearance as Ms. Marvel, The Thing #35, May 1986)3

In this issue, Sharon, having signed up for the Power Broker's program of strength augmentation, takes the name to begin wrestling professionally in the ring.

She is no relation to Carol Danvers.

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Sharon Ventura (Becomes She-Thing, Fantastic Four #310, January 1988)

Sharon Ventura, now part of the Fantastic Four, is mutated by exposure to Cosmic Rays, and becomes She-Thing, with a form similar to Ben Grimm's.

She drops the name at this point.

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Karla Sofen (First Appearance, Captain America #192, December 1975)

Karla Sofen, who will become Moonstone and then Ms. Marvel, makes her first appearance here in the employ of villain Dr. Faustus.

At this point she has no super-powers.

Karla Sofen (First Appearance, Captain America #192, December 1975). Click for value

Record sale: $300
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Karla Sofen (First Appearance as Ms. Marvel, Dark Avengers #1, March 2009)

Formerly the villain Moonstone, Karla Sofen joined Norman Osborn's group the Dark Avengers, impersonating the super heroine.

She wore Ms. Marvel's costume and used the name while she was in the group.

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Carol Danvers (Returns as the Heroine, New Avengers Vol. 2 #7, June 2010)

Carol Danvers reclaims the name Ms. Marvel, having been transformed back into human form and using the name Warbird for a time.

She regained her old powers along with her old form, and joined the New Avengers for Volume 2.

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Carol Danvers (First Appearance as Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel Vol. 3 #1, August, 2012)

Carol Danvers finally assumes the mantle of Captain Marvel when she realizes that the name Captain Marvel should continue.

She would rejoin the Avengers under this new name, and continues at present with a new costume, based on Mar-vell's 1970s outfit.

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Record sale: $50
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Kamala Khan (First Cameo Appearance, Captain Marvel #14, August 2013)

Kamala Khan, soon to be the new Ms. Marvel, has an intentionally obvious cameo in this issue of the new Captain Marvel.

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Kamala Khan (First Appearance as Ms. Marvel, All New Marvel  NOW.1 #1, March 2014)

Becoming the first female Muslim character in the title role of a comic book is a historic event, and Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Pakistani-American from Jersey City, NJ, is up to the task.

The new Ms. Marvel has mutant powers.

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Record sale: $65
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