2023 MARKET REPORT: WHICH WITCH IS WHICH?
Top-grade copies of this book have set new records, with $11400 for a CGC 9.8 and $2500 for a CGC 9.6.
Pretty much all other grades are sinking.
Wandavision feels like a thing of the past, but the black cover makes high grade copies notoriously hard to come by. A holder if you own it.
Wandavision launched the "career" in the Disney+ Marvel TV series world (should we just call this the MTU?), and now has her own spinoff series coming called Agatha: House of Harkness.
If the latter show is a success then you will be holding onto a very hot property. Even more so if the character crosses into a cinematic appearance.
The risk is a big downside if the show is a flop.
In some grades, this book has increased 700 percent in two years! With a market this hot, it's hard to know where to draw your line in the sand.
I'm not comfortable recommending anything above a CGC 9.0. Look for a nicely presenting copy with OW-W or White pages. If you're competing with others when you sell, then your copy should be as presentable as possible.
Don't be the idiot paying more for a 5.0 than a 7.5...
There are only six copies in the census at 9.8, which may explain why it's so expensive. There are a lot more 9.6s and the most recent sale of $2,450 isn't a bad price in my opinion.
However, this one could drop like a stone if the character's Marvel TV series doesn't take off.
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