DROPPED OUT OF LIST
MARKET REPORT 2020: BACK IN FASHION, SO GET ONE NOW!
Despite just clinging on to its place in last year's list, Detective Comics 233 is now hot again.
Though it doesn't turn over enough to really be high up, there is nothing but increases in most grades this year.
IF YOU BOUGHT MY RECOMMENDED GRADE LAST YEAR:
Here's the bottom line.
MARKET REPORT 2019: BARELY HOT, BUT WORTH INVESTING IN
If there were a big supply of this scarce early Silver Age book, then they would sell like hot cakes.
As it is, the rare opportunities that come along see eager buyers taking whatever's on offer.
Could you see Bat-Woman in a movie or TV series? (Not counting Adam West and Burt Ward's TV series, I mean.)
Probably not. But you never know in this day and age.
This is definitely a long-term hold kind of book, and a pretty cool cover if you like collecting classic covers. Well worth buying, IF you can find one.
MARKET REPORT 2018: FEW SALES, BUT PRICES UP UP UP
Virtually every sale in the past year has been positive -- but there just is such a low supply of these books.
Don't hesitate. There won't be many opportunities to grab a copy of this book.
See also Batman #139 (Betty Kane as Bat-Girl) and Detective Comics #359 (Barbara Gordon as Bat-Girl).
MARKET REPORT 2017: NEW TO THE LIST!
Detective Comics 233 is a classic cover, and with the renewed interest in female heroes and villains, it's high time Batwoman made it to the 100 Hot Comics list.
A little over 100 in the CGC census means you will need to strike when a copy comes along. There simply isn't the supply to be too choosy.
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DROPPED OUT THIS YEAR:
First Appearances of Batman Characters
Most Valuable Comics of the Golden Age