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Top 100 Most Valuable Comic Books from the Modern Age (1992-Date)

Modern Age Top 100 Most Valuable Comic Books

We give record sales and minimum values.

Below are the most expensive comic books published since 1992.

Top 100 Most Valuable Modern Age Comic Books, Part One: Books Which Have Sold for Over $1,000

1) Amazing Spider-Man #667 Gabriele Dell'Otto Variant

Amazing Spider-Man #667: Gabriele Dell'Otto variant. The most valuable variant comic book of the modern era. Click for values

Amazing Spider-Man #667
Gabriele Dell'Otto variant

Record sale: $20,000
Minimum value: $2,500

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The legendary variant of Amazing Spider-Man #667 is a relatively rare comic book, especially by modern age standards.

There are 48 in the census, including 18 in CGC 9.8 and 17 in CGC 9.6.

The scarcity, along with the huge demand for both modern variants and Amazing Spider-Man comic books, drives the prices of this book up.

They are seldom offered, and when they do change hands, prices are unpredictable. The most recent sale was $15,000, significantly lower than the record set in February.

This might be Coronavirus price fluctuations. Time will tell.

Here are the most recent sales in different grades:

  • CGC 9.8 $15,000
  • CGC 9.6 $10,400
  • CGC 9.4 $13,300
  • CGC 8.5 $4,800

2) Walking Dead #1, CGC 9.9

The Walking Dead #1 (October 2003): First Issue. Price is driven by the huge interest in the AMC TV series. Click for values

The Walking Dead #1 (October 2003):
First Issue

Record sale: $20,000 (CGC 9.9);
$1,650 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $250

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What's happened to prices of Walking Dead #1?

Prices of this comic book continue to fall, as the series has run its course. Rumor of a movie don't seem to help.

Whoever paid $20K for the 9.9 is going to with they had not.

A year ago, 9.8s were selling for over $2,000. Two years ago nearly $3,000. There is only one way this book has to go... Down.

3) Edge of Spider-Verse #2: Gwen Stacy Becomes Spider-Woman. Retailer Incentive Edition

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Edge of Spider-Verse #2 (2014):
Gwen Stacy Becomes Spider-Woman
Retailer Incentive Cover

Record sale: $6,000
Minimum value: $150

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Another Spider-Woman moment has become red-hot. This popular variant cover has taken off and sets new records regularly.

With 454 in the census -- half of them CGC 9.8 and a single 9.9 -- this is not a rare comic book, and I suspect the future price for this issue will fall once the movie hype is over.

4) Spider-Man Collectible Classics #1: So-Called 'Chromium' Edition of Amazing Spider-Man #300

Marvel Collectible Classics: Spider-Man #1 (reprints #300 with chromium cover). Click for values

Marvel Collectible Classics:
Spider-Man #1 (reprints Amazing Spider-Man #300 with chromium cover)

Record sale: $5,500 (CGC 9.9);
$1,000 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $100

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Value of Amazing Spider-Man Comics

You sometimes see this listed as Amazing Spider-Man #300 Chromium edition.

It's actually a 1998 reprint of the 1988 classic cover by Todd McFarlane, with shiny foil front and back cover images.

#2 is also lower down this list.

5) Spawn #1 CGC 9.9

Spawn #1: Regular Edition (1992). Click for value

Spawn #1 (1992)
Regular Edition

Record sale: $4,850 (CGC 9.9);
$140 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $1

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Here's where things get really silly.

Millions of copies of Spawn #1 were printed. There are 6 copies in the CGC census graded 10.0. SIX!

A further 66 are graded 9.9! (And seven more Signature Series 9.9s.)

That's ridiculous. 9.9s and 10.0s are really rare, and this book has over 70 copies (so far) in those top tier grades.

Nearly 6,000 are graded 9.8, and another 2,300 Signature Series 9.8s.

Some deluded, unwise soul paid almost $5K for a 9.9. That's not even the highest grade assigned to this book. Remember, there are six copies graded 10.0!

Yes. Spawn is more popular now than ever. Several Spawn books appear on the Top 100 Most Valuable Comic Books of the Modern Age.

But be smart. A 9.9 of Spawn #1 is nothing special.

Do your research. Don't put $5K into a 1992 book where there are another 70+ copies in that grade. There are better things to do with money than burn it. This should not be one of the most valuable comic books of this era.

6) Elseworlds 80-Page Giant #1, CGC 10.0

Elseworlds 80-Page Giant #1 (1999): Rare One-Shot. Click for value

Elseworlds 80-Page Giant #1
(1999): Rare One-Shot

Record sale: $4,700 (CGC 10.0);
$720 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $90

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Again, the huge 10.0 sale distorts this book's place on the list, but as 9.8s are selling for over $700, it justifies its place here.

7) Spawn #185 Sketch Variant

Spawn #185 (2008): Sketch Cover. A very rare and valuable modern comic book. Click for value

Spawn #185 (2008):
Sketch Cover

Record sale: $3,800
Minimum value: $50

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Another Spawn cover claims a top spot.

With only 19 copies of this book in the census, you have to see why it's worth so much money. No telling of course how many more raw copies there are in the wild.

8) Amazing Spider-man 678 Quinones MJ Venom Variant

Amazing Spider-Man #678 (2012): Mary-Jane as Venom variant. Click for value

Amazing Spider-Man #678 (2012):
Mary-Jane as Venom variant

Record sale: $3,700
Minimum value: $350

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A huge trend in the comic book collecting world is female Spider-Man variations.

MJ as Venom? A slam-dunk no-brainer.

9) Wolverine #1 (2010) J. Scott Campbell Deadpool Variant

Wolverine #1 (2010): J. Scott Campbell Deadpool Variant Cover. Click for values

Wolverine #1 (2010):
J. Scott Campbell Deadpool
Variant Cover

Record sale: $3,600
Minimum value: $150

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Deadpool. Wolverine. J. Scott Campbell. Need I say more?

10) Danger Girl #2 Ruby Red Smoking Gun Variant

Danger Girl #2 (1998): Ruby Red Smoking Gun variant cover. Click for values

Danger Girl #2 (1998):
Ruby Red Smoking Gun
variant cover

Record sale: $3,500
Minimum value: $400

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There are just 30 copies of this most valuable comic books in the CGC census.

Imagine if it featured Venom, a female Spider-Man, or Deadpool? It would surely be higher up the list.

I believe it's "only" valuable because it's rare, and variant collectors want to own a copy no matter what the cost.

Danger Girl is not a title that strikes me as long-lasting.

11) Batman #608 Retailer Appreciation Variant

Batman #608 Retailer Appreciation cover. Click for values

Batman #608 (2002): Retailer appreciation variant cover

Record sale: $3,300
Minimum value: $180

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This is a very early modern variant cover, and deserves its place on the most valuable comic books of the modern age list.

What would follow would become commonplace. A retailer special thank-you comic for ordering a certain number of copies of the regular edition.

There are 227 of this issue in the census. So it's not really rare at all. But completists will want one, along with variant collectors.

12) Siege #2 J. Scott Campbell Deadpool Variant

Siege #3 (2010): Campbell Variant Deadpool cover. Click for value

Siege #3 (2010): J. Scott Campbell Variant
Deadpool cover

Record sale: $3,000
Minimum value: $150

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Another popular Deadpool comic variant by Campbell.

13) Captain Marvel #14, 1st Kamala Kahn, Variant Cover

Captain Marvel #14 (2013) Variant Edition. 1st Cameo of Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel. Click for value

Captain Marvel #14 (2013)
Variant Edition. 1st Cameo of
Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel

Record sale: $3,000
Minimum value: $250

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When Captain Marvel was a thing, before THAT movie... This was one of the hottest books on the planet.

It's still popular, and Kamala isn't going away anytime soon.

14) Captain Marvel #17 2nd Printing, 1st Kamala Kahn

Captain Marvel #17 (2013) 2nd Printing. 1st Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel. Click for value

Captain Marvel #17 (2013)
2nd Printing. 1st Kamala Kahn as
Ms. Marvel

Record sale: $2,900
Minimum value: $100

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Another "first" appearance. Confusingly three issues later than the previous one.

Again, prices have been higher in the past -- now coming back down to earth thanks to the movie being old news. Will this still be on the most valuable comic books list next year?

15) Spawn #1 Error (Missing Black Ink)

Spawn #1 (1992): Manufacturing Error. Click for value

Spawn #1 (1992):
Manufacturing Error; black ink missing

Record sale: $2,800
Minimum value: $150

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Significantly rarer than a 9.9 or 10.0, the manufacturing error is given a green label by CGC for some reason.

CGC needs to get its act together about things like this. For example, Fantastic Four #110 exists with a green printing error. It's labeled as such on a universal label.

Why is Spawn #1 qualified, while FF #110 is universal?

If there was any justice, then this book would be worth much more than a boring 9.9 of the regular edition. I know which I would rather own.

16) Batman Adventures #12, 1st Harley Quinn

Batman Adventures #12 (1993) 1st Appearance of Harley Quinn. Click for values

Batman Adventures #12 (1993)
1st Appearance of Harley Quinn

Record sale: $2,750
Minimum value: $70

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This book has been on a rollercoaster ride for years.

First, it rocketed to almost $3K on the news that Harley would be in a movie. Then the typical post-movie crash followed. Now it's rising again.

Most recent sale is a shade over $2,000.

It's a much scarcer book than other keys from the period, with under 6,000 universal copies in the census.

17) Walking Dead #100: 1st Appearance of Negan

Walking Dead #100 (2012) 1st Appearance of Negan. Click for value

Walking Dead #100 (2012)
1st Appearance of Negan

Record sale: $2,600 (CGC 10.0);
$120 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $1

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Another book which has only one way to go. The record was set by a one-off fluke 10.0.

18) Saga #1 Retailer Incentive Variant

Saga #1 (2012): Retailer Incentive variant. Click for value

Saga #1 (2012):
Retailer Incentive variant

Record sale: $2,500
Minimum value: $200

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This book has been higher on the most valuable comic books list in the past. A Saga movie or series would rocket this into the stratosphere again.

19) The Maxx Ashcan, Yellow Edition

The Maxx Ashcan #3 (1993): Low print run, small size comic, a rare modern. Click for values

The Maxx Ashcan (1993):
Mini comics produced in
very low numbers

Record sale: $2,100
Minimum value: $45

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The 1990s implosion period saw a bunch of weird, long-forgotten titles come and go.

The Maxx is one such title. These ashcan editions have been very hot in the past, but I can't see that trend returning.

Nobody cares.

Some. of the sales data has been removed from the census. I considered deleting this book altogether, but for this year it will stay, pending more research.

20) Chew #1, CGC 10.0

Chew #1 is one of the most valuable modern comic books. Click for values

Chew #1 (October 2003):
First Issue

Record sale: $2,000 (CGC 10.0);
$450 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $40

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The spin-off from Walking Dead has enjoyed a period of hot speculation.

Since then, it's calmed down. Chew has long been mooted as a series or movie subject, but no dice so far.

The fluke 10.0 set the record.

21) X-23 volume 3 #1, Dell'Otto Variant Cover

X-23 v3 #1 (2010) Dell'Otto Variant Cover. Click for value

X-23 v3 #1 (2010)
Dell'Otto Variant Cover

Record sale: $2,000
Minimum value: $200

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Wolverine's daughter and a Dell'Otto variant. Say no more!

22) Collectible Classics: Spider-Man #2

Marvel Collectible Classics: Spider-Man #2 (1998)

Marvel Collectible Classics: Spider-Man #2 (1998)
"Chromium" Edition of Spider-Man #1 from 1990 by Todd McFarlane

Record sale: $2,000 (CGC 9.9);
$1,000 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $50

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This book has recently taken off, after years languishing behind #1 (see #4 on this list).

It reprints Spider-Man #1 from 1990, the classic Todd McFarlane cover.

23) The Walking Dead #27, CGC 9.9

Walking Dead #27 (2006) 1st Appearance of the Governor. Click to see values

Walking Dead #27 (2006)
1st Appearance of the Governor

Record sale: $1,800 (CGC 9.9);
$225 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $10

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The huge disparity between "mint" 9.8s and the uber-rare 9.9s and 10.0s is shown here again with this crazy sale.

Not one of the most valuable comic books on merit.

24) Vengeance of Bane Special #1, CGC 9.9

Vengeance of Bane Special (1993) 1st Appearance of Bane. Click for value

Vengeance of Bane Special (1993)
1st Appearance of Bane

Record sale: $1,675 (CGC 9.9);
$350 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $5

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Bane was the antagonist in The Dark Knight Rises, and a fine movie it was too.

I can't see this record being beaten, as the character is unlikely to star in another movie, which is the prime motivator to drive the most valuable comic books higher.

25) Invincibles #1: 1st Mark Grayson / Invincible

Invincible #1 (2003) 1st Invincible / Mark Grayson. Click for values

Invincible #1 (2003)
1st Invincible / Mark Grayson; 
One of the most valuable comic books published by Image Comics

Record sale: $1,550
Minimum value: $20

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The Grayson clan continues to thrive in the DCU, and the price of this book has rocketed lately. Is a movie imminent?

26) What If vol 2 #105, 1st Spider-Girl (Mary Parker)

What If? v2 #105 (1998) 1st Appearance Spider-Girl (May Parker). Click for value

What If? v2 #105 (1998)
1st Appearance Spider-Girl (May Parker)

Record sale: $1,525
Minimum value: $45

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Female Spider characters are huge this year. The offspring of Peter Parker is a no-brainer for a movie appearance.

This sale may be a one-off, but there is support for the book around $500.

Perhaps somebody got too excited and pulled the trigger on an over-priced buy it now instead of doing their due diligence. Oops.

Important Note on Most Valuable Modern Comic Books

Some readers have expressed annoyance at variant covers appearing on this list.

We also have agonized about whether CGC 9.9 or CGC 10.0 sales should "count".

Important Note on Most Expensive Modern Comic Books

On balance, we feel that anything goes is the safest way to proceed.

In the future, we may revise that stance and keep variant covers out of this top 100 most valuable comic books.

Publishers are creating a market by allowing variant covers to exist, and there is obvious demand for them among collectors and/or speculators.

No list of the most valuable comic books of the modern age is really complete without Saga #1 retailer incentive, or Batman #608 incentive, or Mary-Jane Watson as Venom.

The list is more interesting as a result, and so our editorial decision is final.

Just Want to Read About the Most Valuable Variant Editions?
See a full list of the top 100 variant cover comic books here.

27) League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #5 Recalled

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #5 (2000): Recalled Edition. Click for values

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #5 (2000): Recalled Edition

Record sale: $1,500
Minimum value: $100

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A fake ad for a Marvel Douche led to lawyers worrying about potential lawsuits, so DC had to recall the first print run.

Some survived, of course. There are 112 in the census, so far...

28) Spider-Gwen #1, Adam Hughes Variant

Spider-Gwen #1 (2015) Hughes Variant Cover. Click for values

Spider-Gwen #1 (2015)
Adam Hughes Variant Cover

Record sale: $1,500
Minimum value: $50

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More Spider girls to satisfy the fan boys and a slam-dunk most valuable comic book.. More of this please, Marvel!

29) Spawn #1 Black and White Edition

Spawn #1: Black and White Edition (1997). Click for value

Spawn #1 (1997)
Black and White Edition

Record sale: $1,500
Minimum value: $100

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Another famous Spawn variant. This was published several years after the series began.

30) NYX #3, 1st Appearance of X-23

NYX #3 (2004) 1st Appearance of X-23 (Laura Kinney). Click for values

NYX #3 (2004)
1st Appearance of X-23
(Laura Kinney)

Record sale: $1,500
Minimum value: $80

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Wolverine's daughter, aka X-23, has a massive future in the MCU. Her first appearance is relatively scarce.

Has been one of the most valuable comic books of the Modern Age for a long time.

31) The Walking Dead #100 Ottley Sketch Cover

Walking Dead #100 (2012) Ottley Sketch Cover. Click for value

Walking Dead #100 (2012)
Ottley Sketch Cover

Record sale: $1,500 (CGC 9.9);
$300 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $50

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These were hot once. Like your mom.

32) Wolverine #145 Nabisco Variant Cover

Wolverine #145 (1998) Scarce Send-Away Nabisco Promotional Variant. Click for values

Wolverine #145 (1998)
Scarce Send-Away Nabisco Promotional Variant cover

Record sale: $1,500
Minimum value: $80

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Another mail-away promotion, this time by Nabisco.

One of the most sought-after Wolverine comics, though some of the froth has come off the market prices for this issue.

33) Iron Man #281: 1st War Machine in Cameo, CGC 10.0

Iron Man #281, 1st War Machine. Click for values

Iron Man #281 (1992):
First brief appearance,
War Machine

Record sale: $1,450 (CGC 10.0);
$90 (CGC 9.8)

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Another unrepeatable 10.0 sale. It's not even the hotter of the two first appearance issues.

34) Strangers in Paradise #1

Strangers in Paradise #1 (1993) Rare; 1st Comic by Terry Moore. Click for values

Strangers in Paradise #1 (1993)
Rare; 1st Comic by Terry Moore

Record sale: $1,300
Minimum value: $50

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A scarce comic book that deserves its place here on the most valuable comic books list in CGC 9.8.

35) Deadpool #1, CGC 9.9

Deadpool #1 (1993) 1st Solo Series. Click for value

Deadpool #1 (1993)
1st Solo Series

Record sale: $1,250 (CGC 9.9);
$100 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $1

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Super-common book which has a few fluke 9.9s out there. Nothing special.

36) The Goon #1, Rare Modern Age Comic

Goon #1 (1999): First full appearance of Zombie Priest, Joey the Ball, Franky and Goon. Click for value

Goon #1 (1999)
First full appearance of Zombie Priest, Joey the Ball, Franky and Goon

Record sale: $1,250
Minimum value: $80

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Compared to other books on this most valuable comic books of the Modern Age list, this is a tough book to find.

Just 223 universal copies are in the census ensure this will be one of the most valuable comic books of the Modern Age for a long time to come.

37) Y the Last Man #1

Y the Last Man (2002) 1st Issue of Series. Click for values

Y the Last Man (2002)
1st Issue of Series

Record sale: $1,250
Minimum value: $10

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A TV series has long been mooted, and if it happens then this will look cheap right now.

Recent sales are all upwards.

38) The Walking Dead #35, Error Variant

Walking Dead #35 (2007) Error Variant. Click for value

Walking Dead #35 (2007)
Error Variant; Recalled

Record sale: $1,200
Minimum value: $100

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The story was incorrectly printed with the same page included twice.

Another Walking Dead comic that will plummet in value.

39) Alias #1, CGC 9.9

Alias #1 (2001) 1st Appearance of Jessica Jones. Click for values

Alias #1 (2001)
1st Appearance of Jessica Jones

Record sale: $1,100 (CGC 9.9);
$110 (CGC 9.8)

Minimum value: $1

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Alias 1 on the 100 Hot Comics List

This is a very popular series, which has probably had its day in the sun.

Another 9.9 pop that sets an unrealistic bar for a book that struggles to make $100 in 9.8.

40) The Walking Dead #2, Scarcer than #1

Walking Dead #2 (2003) 2nd Issue; Scarcer Than #1. Click for value

Walking Dead #2 (2003)
2nd Issue; Scarcer Than #1

Record sale: $1,100
Minimum value: $60

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A much lower print run saw this sell for high prices in CGC 9.8.

Unfortunately it's going to fall in price along with the other books in the series, and will drop out of the most valuable comic books list in time.

41) Ultimate Fallout #4, 1st Miles Morales as Spider-Man

Ultimate Fallout #4: 1st Miles Morales. Click for values

Ultimate Fallout #4
1st Miles Morales

Record Sale: $1,050
Minimum Value: $40

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Star of Into The Spider-Verse and sure to appear in more great movies, this book is on fire right now. Hold on tight, it's not done yet!

42) Malibu Sun #13, 1st Appearance of Spawn

Malibu Sun #13 (1992) 1st Promotional Appearance of Spawn. Click for value

Malibu Sun #13 (1992)
1st Promotional Appearance of Spawn

Record sale: $1,000
Minimum value: $100

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Another hot Spawn issue. His first appearance has become a must-own book amongst collectors, as the rest of the series rises in price.

I tip this for future increases in value. Buy one now while you can!

43) Rick and Morty #1

Rick and Morty #1 (2015) First print run sold out; based on TV series on Adult Swim channel. Click for value

Rick and Morty #1 (2015)
First print run sold out; based on TV series on Adult Swim channel

Record sale: $1,000
Minimum value: $35

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Another of those unlikely-to-be-successful animation shows which turns into a smash hit.

There are variant covers galore on this series. It would be a fun challenge to put the entire run together including the variants.

44) Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel #1

Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel: Blue marvel (Adam Brashear) 1st Appearance. Click for values

Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel
Blue marvel (Adam Brashear) 1st Appearance

Record Sale: $1,000
Minimum Value: $30

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Crazy hot. There must be a movie coming.

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Top 100 Modern Age Most Valuable Comic Books, Part Two:
Books With Record Sales Under $1,000

45) Edge of Spider-Verse #2, Regular Edition

Edge of Spider-Verse #2 (2014): Gwen Stacy Becomes Spider-Woman, Regular edition. Click for values

Edge of Spider-Verse #2 (2014):
Gwen Stacy Becomes Spider-Woman
Regular edition

Record sale: $980
Minimum value: $75

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This is the more 'accessible' version, the normal edition!

It's gone crazy, as various iterations of Spider-Girl, Spider-Woman and Spider-Gwen are on fire this year.

Has been on the most valuable comic books list for years now.

46) Uncanny X-Men #297, Mail-In Variant

Uncanny X-Men #297 (1993) Rare Gold Foil Edition. Click for value

Uncanny X-Men #297 (1993)
Rare Gold Foil Edition

Record sale: $925
Minimum value: $30

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To get a copy of this comic book, fans had to purchase a board game and send in tokens from the game.

See our Uncanny X-Men comics price guide for more info.

47) Hellboy: The Fury, Retailer Incentive Variant

Hellboy: The Fury #3 Retailer Incentive variant. Click for value

Hellboy: The Fury #3 (2011)
Retailer Incentive variant

Record sale: $920
Minimum value: $50

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Hellboy has become a popular character. It's always held a niche appeal, but now prices are rising on key issues and variants. One to watch.

48) Cyberfrog #1, Hall of Heroes Original Edition

NEW ENTRY! Cyberfrog #1 (Harris, 1994) 1st independent Ethan van Skyver book. Click for values

Cyberfrog #1 (Hall of Heroes, 1994)
1st independent Ethan van Skyver book

Record Sale: $800
Minimum Value: $40

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Hall of Heroes is an independent publisher which used crowdfunding websites to launch the Cyberfrog character.

This first edition is extremely scarce. There are only 41 copies in the CGC census.

49) Vengeance #1, 1st Appearance of Miss America

Miss America (America Chavez, Utopian Parallel) 1st Appearance. Click for values

Vengeance #1 (2011)
Miss America (America Chavez, Utopian Parallel) 1st Appearance

Record Sale: $750
Minimum Value: $25

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It seems that superhero TV and movie spikes are far from over, as this relatively obscure 2011 issue shows.

Expect to see higher prices for this book in the next 12 months and a higher place on the most valuable comic books top 100.

50) Tank Girl #1, Scarce First Print

Tank Girl #1 (1991): Origin and 1st Appearance, Tank Girl. Click for values

Tank Girl #1 (1991)
Origin and 1st Appearance, Tank Girl

Record sale: $750
Minimum value: $30

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The original edition of Tank Girl is a cult classic that is enjoying a rise in prices, and a higher spot. onthe most valuable comic books list.

144 universal copies in the census, including just 28 copies in CGC 9.8.

On my must-own list for this period. Get one!

51) Amazing Spider-Man #700, Ditko Variant Cover

Amazing Spider-Man #700 (2013): Steve Ditko cover variant. Click for value

Amazing Spider-Man #700 (2013):
Steve Ditko cover variant

Record sale: $720
Minimum value: $75

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Variant editions of Amazing Spider-Man comic books have been ballooning in recent years.

Many of the top spots on the Modern Age most valuable comic books are Spawn or Spider-Man variants.

This Ditko cover swipe of Amazing Fantasy 15 is a very popular variant.

52) Amazing Spider-Man #361, 1st Carnage

Amazing Spider-Man #361 (1992): 1st Appearance of Carnage. Click for values

Amazing Spider-Man #361 (1992)
1st Appearance of Carnage

Record sale: $720
Minimum value: $20

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This is the New Mutants #98 of the modern age.

It's such a common book! We get offered this multiples times PER DAY in collections.

However, it's demand that drives value.

And there is seemingly endless demand for this issue, with new record prices set all the time and a better position on this most valuable comic books list.

I predict a ceiling around the $800 level which that Deadpool issue has settled down to.

53) Teen Titans v3 #12, 1st Full Batman Who Laughs

Teen Titans v3 #12, 1st full appearance of Batman Who Laughs. Click for value

Teen Titans v3 #12
1st full appearance of Batman Who Laughs

Record sale: $700
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While the true first appearance, was in Dark Days: The Casting #1,  in cameo, as part of the Dark Knights, this is the first full appearance of this hot Batman spin-off.

He looks to have a big future.

54) Spider-Man Noir #1, 1st Appearance

Spider-Man Noir #1: 1st Appearance of Spider-Man Noir. Click for values

Spider-Man Noir #1
1st Appearance of Spider-Man Noir

Record Sale: $700
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Interest in spider titles has never been greater.

Which variation is going to be the next big thing? Female spider characters are hot, but nobody's overlooking other edgy versions.

55) Solar, Man of the Atom #10: 1st Eternal Warrior, Barry Windsor-Smith All-Black Cover

Solar Man of the Atom #10 (1992) Origin and 1st Appearance, Eternal Warrior. Click for values

Solar Man of the Atom #10 (1992)
Origin and 1st Appearance, Eternal Warrior;
Cover attributed to Barry Windsor-Smith

Record sale: $700
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This all-black cover is accredited to Barry Windsor-Smith, famously who pencilled the early issues of the Conan the Barbarian comic series in the 1970s.

It's notoriously tough in high grade, due to the tendency for these common books to be dropped into Dollar bins and left to rot. The cover shows fingerprints very easily too.

Note there are multiple printings of this book.

56) Wonder Woman v2 #72, Classic Brian Bolland Cover

Wonder Woman v2 #72 (1993) Classic Sexy Cover by Brian Bolland. Click for values of this valuable modern comic book

Wonder Woman v2 #72 (1993)
Classic Sexy Cover by Brian Bolland

Record sale: $700
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Bolland art is hugely popular at the moment, and this explains why a fairly common Wonder Woman comic book is so sought-after.

Surely a mainstay on the most valuable comic books list for years to come.

57) All-New Marvel Now! Point One #1, 1st Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel

All-New Marvel Now! Point One #1: Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel begins. Click for values

All-New Marvel Now! Point One #1
Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel begins

Record Sale: $650
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Kamala Kahn is big news in the MCU, and her key appearances continue to gain in value.

Another book on the must-own most valuable comic books of the modern age, and on my personal watch list!

58) Harbinger #1, Includes Mail-Away Coupons

Harbinger #1 (1992) 1st Issue in Series; Has Coupons to Cut Out and Mail in (often missing). Click for value

Harbinger #1 (1992)
1st Issue in Series; Has Coupons to Cut Out and Mail in (often missing)

Record sale: $600
Minimum value: $20

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Issue #0 of this series was a mail-away bonus offer.

Many copies of Harbinger #1 will be missing the coupons needed to get #0. Be sure to check your copy if you're buying it.

HINT: CGC will give the book a green "Qualified" label if they are missing. A blue label means it's complete with coupons.

This book has been selling higher in the past. $600 is the new normal for 9.8.

59) Captain Marvel #14, 1st Kamala Kahn, Regular Edition

Captain Marvel volume 7 #14, 1st Kamala Kahn, Regular Edition. Click for values

Captain Marvel volume 7 #14
1st Kamala Kahn, Regular Edition

Record Sale: $600
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More affordable than the ridiculously expensive variant cover comics of this issue.

Another hot, hot modern age comic on the most valuable comic books list.

60) Thor: God of Thunder #6, Knull Identity Revealed

Thor: God of Thunder #6, Knull Identity Revealed. Click for values

Thor: God of Thunder #6 (2013)
Knull Identity Revealed

Record Sale: $580
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All the changes to the Thor comics universe are reflected in new key issues like this one.

Definitely should be on your must-own list. Red hot.

61) G. I. Joe Special #1, Todd McFarlane Art

GI Joe Special #1 1995, cover swipe by Todd McFarlane featuring Snake Eyes. Click for values

G I Joe Special #1 1995
Retells G.I. Joe #61 with Art by Todd McFarlane
Cover Swipe of Spider-Man #1

Record Sale: $575
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Todd McFarlane is red hot now with collectors. More to come from this and other obscure books he worked on for sure.

62) Detective Comics #880: Classic Cover by Jock

Detective Comics #880 (2011): Classic Joker Cover by Jock. Click for value

Detective Comics #880 (2011)
Classic Joker Cover by Jock

Record sale: $515
Minimum value: $25

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Down from the giddy heights of $800+, but still a popular issue.

Detective Comics #880 is still on the most valuable comic books list and the anunal Hot 100. For now.

63) New 52 Batman #1, Sketch Variant

Batman #1 New 52 (2011) Sketch Variant. Click for value

Batman #1 New 52 (2011)
Sketch Variant

Record sale: $500
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This 2011 series is now overshadowed by further reboots, and its value is falling.

64) Adventures of Superman #500, Platinum Poly-Bag

Adventures of Superman #500 (1993) Platinum Poly-Bag Edition. Click for value

Adventures of Superman #500 (1993)
Platinum Poly-Bag Edition

Record sale: $500
Minimum value: $25

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Is Superman still a thing?

One of the special variant editions from the Death era. It's confusing to identify them, and I am surprised people still care enough to pay $500 for this.

A surprising member of the most valuable comic books Top 100.

65) Uncanny X-Men #500, Sketch Variant

Uncanny X-Men #500 (2008) Sketch Variant. Click for values

Uncanny X-Men #500 (2008)
Sketch Variant

Record sale: $450
Minimum value: $40

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There is no slowdown in interest in Uncanny X-Men comics, and this variant is still expensive.

66) Batman Adventures: Mad Love, Prestige Format

Batman Adventures Mad Love (1994) Rare Prestige Format Edition. Click for values

Batman Adventures Mad Love (1994)
Scarcer Prestige Format Edition

Record sale: $425
Minimum value: $5

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Harley Quinn shows no sign of slowing down in popularity. This book is fairly common and used to sell for higher prices.

67) Thanos v2 #13, 1st Cosmic Ghost Rider

Thanos v2 #13, 1st Cosmic Ghost Rider. Click for values

Thanos #13 (2018)
1st Cosmic Ghost Rider

Record Sale: $420
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Cosmic Ghost Rider is a huge deal now, and is going to be a fixture in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a while to come.

Get this while it's still relatively affordable!

Likely to be higher up the most valuable comic books list next year.

68) Batman #608, Rare 2nd Print Variant

Batman #608 (2002) Rare 2nd Printing. Click for value

Batman #608 (2002)
Rare 2nd Printing

Record sale: $400
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Here's a prediction for you. Second (and third, fourth, etc.) printings of DC Comics will become a really strong growth collector's market in the near future.

They have long been ignored. I like the Roman numerals on 1990s covers indicating II, III, IV, V, VI etc. Some Wonder Woman reprints of the 90s are next to impossible to find.

So far, only reprints with different covers, like this cool one, are catching people's attention.

69) Amazing Fantasy v2 #15, 1st Amadeus Cho

Amazing Fantasy v2 #15, 1st Amadeus Cho. Click for values

Amazing Fantasy v2 #15
1st Amadeus Cho

Record Sale: $400
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Who is Amadeus Cho, you may ask?

Deep breath: he is also known as Mastermind Excello, Prince of Power, Iron Spider, Spider-Man, The Hulk (from 2015) and Brawn.

That should keep you busy.

70) Walking Dead #19, 1st Michonne

Walking Dead #19 (2005) 1st Appearance of Michonne. Click for values

Walking Dead #19 (2005)
1st Appearance of Michonne

Record sale: $400
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More Walking Dead? I doubt this will be a book many people care about in ten years.

It's never had a 9.9 pop, which is surprising.

Sure to leave the most valuable comic books list within a year or two.

71) New Avengers #7, 1st Illuminati

New Avengers #7, 1st appearance of Illuminati. Click for values

New Avengers #7 (2005)
1st appearance of Illuminati

Record Sale: $400
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A completely new book to me. The Illuminati cross over into many important MCU threads, including the rumor-filled World War Hulk.

One to watch.

72) Young Avengers #1, 1st Kate Bishop (Becomes Hawkeye), 1st Iron Lad, Hulkling, Patriot, Wiccan

Young Avengers #1, 1st Kate Bishop (Becomes Hawkeye), 1st Iron Lad, Hulkling, Patriot, Wiccan. Click for values

Young Avengers #1 (2005)
1st Kate Bishop (Becomes Hawkeye);
1st Young Avengers

Record Sale: $400
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The original Young Avengers lineup was Kate Bishop, Iron Lad, Hulkling, Patriot and Wiccan.

Clearly something is heating up with this series, so put it on your watch list.

73) Hood #1 (2002), 1st Parker Robbins

Hood #1 (2002), 1st Parker Robbins. Click for values

Hood #1 (2002)
1st Parker Robbins

Record Sale: $400
Minimum Value: $10

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A crossover villain in the Illuminati comics (see above), The Hood certainly is tipped to have a future in Marvel movies.

Will be higher on the top 100 most valuable comic books of the Modern Age next year.

74) Marvel Super-Heroes Winter Special #8, 1st Squirrel Girl

Marvel Super-Heroes #8 (1992, Winter Special on cover) Origin and 1st Appearance, Squirrel Girl. Click to find a copy

Marvel Super-Heroes #8 (1992, "Winter Special" on cover)
Origin and 1st Appearance, Squirrel Girl

Record sale: $350
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Squirrel Girl becomes a member of the Avengers. Say no more.

75) Batman: Damned #1, 1st Bat-Wang

Batman: Damned #1, 1st Bat-Wang. Click for values

Batman: Damned #1 (2018)
1st Bat-Wang

Record Sale: $350
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This notorious issue included panels which showed Batman's, er... Bat-Manhood.

Subsequent reprints had the offending images removed. The above price is for the original, uncensored edition.

76) Silver Surfer Annual #6, 1st Legacy

Silver Surfer Annual #6, 1st Legacy. Click for values

Silver Surfer Annual #6 (1993)
1st Legacy (Genis-Vell)

Record Sale: $350
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Genis-Vell is the son of Mar-Vell, aka Captain Marvel (first appearance Marvel Super-Heroes #12 in 1968).

He is also known as Photon, and becomes Captain Marvel later.

77) Batman #635, 1st Jason Todd as Red Hood

Batman #635 (2005) 1st Jason Todd as Red Hood. Click for values

Batman #635 (2005)
1st Jason Todd as Red Hood

Record sale: $320
Minimum value: $1

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Robin, in his various incarnations, is getting a lot of attention from speculators lately.

More Batman movies are on the way, so it makes sense.

78) Avenging Spider-Man #9, 1st Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel

Avenging Spider-Man #9, 1st Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel. Click for values

Avenging Spider-Man #9 (2012)
1st Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel

Record Sale: $300
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Carol Danvers was huge a couple of years ago.

Now, as the movie was only lukewarm, and interest in her has diminished, books like this have dropped in price.

79) Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen #3, 2nd Punchline

Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen #3, 2nd Punchline. Click for values

Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen #3 (2020)
2nd appearance of Punchline

Record Sale: $285
Minimum Value: $5

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Rachel Rising #1 (2011) First in series; TV Show is Being Shopped Around Hollywood. Click for values

Rachel Rising #1 (2011)
First in series; TV Show is Being Shopped Around Hollywood

Record sale: $275
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Ironically, the price of Rachel Rising is falling. No interest in the show maybe? Won't be a most valuable comic books mainstay.

81) Sentry #1, Origin and 1st Appearance (Bob Reynolds)

Sentry #1, Origin and 1st Appearance (Bob Reynolds). Click for values

Sentry #1
Origin and 1st Appearance of Bob Reynolds as Sentry

Record Sale: $270
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There is also a variant by Jae Lee that sells for about double the regular price.

And if you think Bob Reynolds is a pretty unlikely name for a super character... Then you're not alone.

82) Bloodstone #1, 1st Elsa Bloodstone

Bloodstone #1, 1st Elsa Bloodstone. Click for values

Bloodstone #1 (2001)
1st Elsa Bloodstone

Record Sale: $260
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We don't know why Elsa Bloodstone is important, but hey, she's hot at least.

This is the sort of book you may find in dollar bins or at yard sales. It looks like nothing. I'm pretty sure we've dropped it into our OWN dollar bins in the past!

83) Hulk v2 #1, 1st General Thaddeus Ross

Hulk v2 #1, 1st General Thaddeus Ross. Click for values

Hulk v2 #1 (2008)
1st General Thaddeus Ross

Record Sale: $250
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One of many Hulk reboots over the years, and new to the most valuable comic books list.

The modern World War Hulk series takes the green guy in a new direction -- and this iteration is a red guy!

84) X-Men v2 #5, 1st Maverick (Christopher Nord)

X-Men v2 #5, 1st Maverick (Christopher Nord). Click for values

X-Men v2 #5 (1992)
1st Maverick (Christopher Nord)

Record Sale: $250
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Later known as David Nord for whatever reason, Christopher, aka Maverick, is an important part of the Weapon X storyline.

85) Uncanny X-Men #303, Gold Edition Mail-Away Variant

Uncanny X-Men #303, Gold Edition Mail-Away Variant. Click for values

Uncanny X-Men #303 (1993)
Gold Edition Mail-Away Variant

Record Sale: $250
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The second of the mail-away Pressman variants.

Uncanny X-Men #297 is FAR less obvious, which may be why it's more valuable. This one hits you over the head with the "goldness".

Very cool and a must-have for X-Men completists.

86) Black Panther v4 #2, 1st Shuri

Black Panther v4 #2, 1st Shuri. Click for values

Black Panther v4 #2 (2005)
1st Shuri

Record Sale: $240
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Shuri is Black Panther's sister, which makes her an important side character, at least.

In the future, she may become even more significant, given the uncertainty around the character following the sad death of actor Chadwick Boseman.

Will be higher on the most valuable comic books list next year.

87) Nova v4 #8, 1st Luminals, Knowhere, Cosmo

Nova v4 #8, 1st Luminals, Knowhere, Cosmo the Space Dog. Click for values

Nova v4 #8 (2008)
1st Luminals, Knowhere, Cosmo the Space Dog

Record Sale: $220
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The Luminals are the Xarth Three equivalent of the Avengers.

They fight the Abyss, and with the help of Cosmo the Space Dog and Nova, overcome the evil force.

88) Invincible Iron Man v3 #7, 1st Riri Williams aka Ironheart

Invincible Iron Man v3 #7, 1st Riri Williams aka Ironheart. Click for values

Invincible Iron Man v3 #7 (2016)
1st Riri Williams who later becomes Ironheart

Record Sale: $210
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Riri Williams later becomes Ironheart, who replaces Iron Man.

Just one of the many switches from male to female versions of the core Marvel Comics characters on the most valuable comic books list.

89) Ultimate Spider-Man v1 #1, 1st Appearance

Ultimate Spider-Man v1 #1, 1st Appearance. Click for values

Ultimate Spider-Man v1 #1
1st Appearance of Spider-Man (Ultimate)

Record Sale: $210
Minimum Value: $1

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The Spidey Ultimate version launched with this issue.

There is a white variant of this comic book. It's so hard to keep up with variants that I'll try to include it in a future update.

90) Free Comic Book Day 2007: Spider-Man, 1st Mister Negative, 1st Jackpot

Free Comic Book Day 2007: Spider-Man, 1st Mister Negative and Jackpot. Click for values

Free Comic Book Day 2007: Spider-Man
1st Mister Negative, 1st Jackpot

Record Sale: $200
Minimum Value: $1

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Two first appearances for the price of one. And that original price was ZERO!

Not enough Free Comic Book Day issues appear on the most valuable comic books list. Surely that will change in time.

91) Preacher #1, 1st Jesse Custer, Tulip, Cassidy and Saint of Killers

Preacher #1 (1995) 1st Jesse Custer, Tulip, Cassidy and Saint of Killers. Click for value

Preacher #1 (1995)
1st Jesse Custer, Tulip, Cassidy and Saint of Killers

Record sale: $190
Minimum value: $1

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At one point, this was one of the most valuable comic books of the modern age.

Not anymore. It's fallen like a stone, due to the lack of concrete progress in Preacher becoming a mainstream TV character.

92) Runaways #1, Origin and First Appearance

Runaways #1 (2013) Origin and 1st Appearance. TV Series Commissioned by Hulu. Click for values

Runaways #1 (2003)
Origin and 1st Appearance. TV Series Commissioned by Hulu

Record sale: $180
Minimum value: $5

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Another former darling of the TV show speculator crowd rose high on the most valuable comic books list, but now fallen from its dizzy heights and probably destined for obscurity.

93) Scalped #1, TV Series Rumored

Scalped comic #1 (2007) TV Pilot Being Produced. Click for values

Scalped #1 (2007)
TV Pilot Being Produced

Record sale: $180
Minimum value: $5

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When the Walking Dead was a huge deal, suddenly Hollywood wanted to know what ELSE might be worth making into a series.

Scalped was one of the books linked strongly to a show. Unfortunately, nothing much seems to have happened lately, and the book has dropped on the most valuable comic books top 100.

94) Wolverine Origins #10, 1st Daken (Kid Wolverine)

Wolverine Origins #10, 1st Daken (Kid Wolverine). Click for values

Wolverine Origins #10
1st Daken (Kid Wolverine)

Record Sale: $175
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Another of the Wolverine comics which has big potential.

Daken is surely going to be a fixture of the MCU in future years.

95) Batman Adventures v2 #16, Joker Marries Harley Quinn

Batman Adventures v2 #16 (2004) Classic Joker and Harley Quinn Wedding Cover. Click for values

Batman Adventures v2 #16 (2004)
Classic Joker and Harley Quinn Wedding Cover

Record sale: $170
Minimum value: $5

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Surely the idea of Joker marrying Harley Quinn is an irresistible subject for a future movie?

Perhaps some weird sequel to the movie Joker?

96) Green Lantern v4 #25, 1st Larfleeze (Agent Orange)

Green Lantern v4 #25, 1st Larfleeze (Agent Orange). Click for values

Green Lantern v4 #25 (2008)
1st Larfleeze (Agent Orange)

Record Sale: $170
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Agent Orange has shown some longevity, appearing in various of the DC reboots and story arcs. It's worth tracking down his first appearance on the most valuable comic books list.

97) X-Men v2 #205, 1st Hope Summers

X-Men v2 #205, 1st Hope Summers. Click for values

X-Men v2 #205
1st Hope Summers

Record Sale: $165
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Hope Summers is vital to many of the more recent X-Men storylines, including Hope Complex and Fear Itself.

One to watch. Has previously been more valuable. Several variants exist.

98) 100 Bullets #1, 1st of Series

100 Bullets #1 (1999) 1st Issue of Series. Click for values

100 Bullets #1 (1999)
1st Issue of Series

Record sale: $160
Minimum value: $5

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100 Bullets became a long-running series. It has never really broken out of cult classic status, but this first issue is still worth finding in high grade.

99) Amazing Spider-Man #569, 1st Anti-Venom (Klyntar)

Amazing Spider-Man #569, 1st Anti-Venom (Klyntar). Click for values

Amazing Spider-Man #569 (2008)
1st Anti-Venom (Klyntar)

Record Sale: $160
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With all the Venom and Carnage fuss, Anti-Venom will surely feature at some point in the MCU.

Worth keeping an eye on this one.

100) Black Panther v5 #5, Shuri Becomes Black Panther

Black Panther v5 #5, Shuri Becomes Black Panther. Click for values

Black Panther v5 #5 (2009)
Shuri Becomes Black Panther

Record Sale: $160
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Shuri picks up the mantle and becomes Black Panther in this issue.

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