Showcase Comics Price Guide #61-#104

Showcase Comics Price Guide For Issues #61 to #104

The final part of this series shows you values for issues #61 to #104 (final issue) of Showcase. Click here to see values for #1 to #29, and here to see values for #30 to #60.

Here are record sales and minimum values for the final run of Showcase comics.

Showcase #61: Spectre appearance. Click for values

Showcase #61

Record sale: $900
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #62: Origin and first appearance of the Inferior Five. Click for values

Showcase #62

Record sale: $800
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #63: Inferior Five appearance. Click for values

Showcase #63

Record sale: $1,250
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #64: The Spectre

Showcase #64: The Spectre appearance. Click for values

Record sale: $1,000

Minimum value (poor but complete): $5

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The Spectre returned in Showcase #64, a stand-alone story in which the Spectre is pitted against a criminal named Ace Chance who has just died.

His spirit takes over the body of Jim Corrigan while the Spectre is still out of it, and the Spectre must get Chance out of his corporeal host.

The cover of Showcase Comics #64 has the somber and ghostly Spectre, lines of magical force emanating from his hands, telling Chance rather vehemently, "Out of my body, you SQUATTER!"

Showcase #65: Inferior Five appearance. Click for values

Showcase #65

Record sale: $400
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #66. Click for values

Showcase #66

Record sale: $350
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #67. Click for values

Showcase #67

Record sale: $310
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #68. Click for values

Showcase #68

Record sale: $380
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #69. Click for values

Showcase #69

Record sale: $775
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #70. Click for values

Showcase #70

Record sale: $200
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #71. Click for values

Showcase #71

Record sale: $130
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #72. Click for values

Showcase #72

Record sale: $300
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #73 (April 1968): The Creeper

Showcase #73 (April 1968): Origin and first appearance of The Creeper. Click for values

Record sale: $1,150

Minimum value (poor but complete): $5

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Steve Ditko's Creeper is one of the most underappreciated super heroes of the Silver Age, or of any era.

Ditko was still at the top of his game in 1968, and Showcase #73 testifies to that.

After this one issue, the Creeper got his own comic, which didn't last long, but Showcase Comics #73 is a minor classic.

Showcase #74. Click for values

Showcase #74

Record sale: $425
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase Comics #75 (June 1968): Hawk and Dove

Showcase #75 (June 1968): Origin and first appearance of Hawk and Dove by Steve Ditko. Click for values

Record sale: $600

Minimum value (poor but complete): $1

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Another late-Silver-Age Steve Ditko creation in Showcase #75, the Hawk and the Dove are a pair of twin brothers who embody opposing attitudes towards war.

One of the more original and timely concepts for a superhero team, to be sure. Hawk and Dove got their own series, but it was too good and too thoughtful to last very long.

Showcase Comic #76: First appearance of Bat Lash. Click for values

Showcase #76

Record sale: $600
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #77. Click for values

Showcase #77

Record sale: $725
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #78. Click for values

Showcase #78

Record sale: $260
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #79. First appearance of Dolphin and origin of Aqualad. Click for values

Showcase #79

Record sale: $480
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #80 (November 1968): Phantom Stranger

Showcase #80 (November 1968): First Silver Age appearance of the Phantom Stranger. Click for values

Record sale: $850

Minimum value (poor but complete): $1

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The Phantom Stranger hadn't appeared since 1952 when DC brought him back.

Showcase #80 is, like all the other later issues of Showcase Comics, a victim of the lower values of later Silver Age comics in general.

Even the Neal Adams cover and the Silver Age reintroduction of the Phantom Stranger can't bring values up.

Showcase #81. Click for values

Showcase #81

Record sale: $530
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #82. Click for values

Showcase #82

Record sale: $650
Minimum value: $5
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DC Showcase #83. Click for values

Showcase #83

Record sale: $475
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #84. Click for values

Showcase #84

Record sale: $280
Minimum value: $5
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Showcase #85. Click for values

Showcase #85

Record sale: $125
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #86. Click for values

Showcase #86

Record sale: $500
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #87. Click for values

Showcase #87

Record sale: $200
Minimum value: $1
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DC Comics Showcase #88. Click for values

Showcase #88

Record sale: $180
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #89. Click for values

Showcase #89

Record sale: $120
Minimum value: $1
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DC Comics Showcase #90. Click for values

Showcase #90

Record sale: $350
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #91: Manhunter 2070. Click for values

Showcase #91

Record sale: $100
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #92: Manhunter 2070. Click for values

Showcase #92

Record sale: $100
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #93: Manhunter 2070. Click for values

Showcase #93

Record sale: $190
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #94 (September 1977), Bronze Age Relaunch: The New Doom Patrol

Showcase #94 (September 1977), Bronze Age Relaunch: The New Doom Patrol. Click for values

Record sale: $120

Minimum value (poor but complete): $1

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Showcase was canceled in 1970, with #93. Revived in 1977 with Showcase #94, it picked up right where it left off, this time with the new Doom Patrol.

Unfortunately, the impending DC Implosion meant that there would be no new regular series for the new Doom Patrol after their three-issue run in Showcase.

It would take ten more years for DC to start a new Doom Patrol title, but that's outside the realm of our discussion here.

Showcase #95: Doom Patrol appearance. Click for values

Showcase #95

Record sale: $240
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #96: Doom Patrol appearance. Click for values

Showcase #96

Record sale: $50
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase Comics #97 (February 1978): Power Girl

Showcase #97 (February 1978): Power Girl. Click for values

Record sale: $390

Minimum value (poor but complete): $5

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Power Girl, introduced in 1976, was Kara Zor-L, the Earth-Two version of Supergirl.

She was young, she was new, she was powerful, she was Kryptonian, and she had the kind of impossibly hourglass-shaped anatomy that only Joe Staton could ever pencil.

Kara Zor-L was alright, but it should have been apparent by that time that pin-up girls don't sell comics. OK, well, maybe they do now, but they didn't in 1978.

Showcase #98: Power Girl appearance. Click for values

Showcase #98

Record sale: $125
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #99: Power Girl appearance. Click for values

Showcase #99

Record sale: $90
Minimum value: $1
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DC Comics Showcase #100 features most of the characters who appeared in the series. Click for values

Showcase #100

Record sale: $85
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase Comics #101 (June 1978): Hawkman

Showcase #101 (June 1978): Hawkman returns. Click for values

Record sale: $125

Minimum value (poor but complete): $1

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Oh, Hawkman. He had wings, he was an alien, there was the whole hawk mask thing, and he didn't wear a shirt. What's not to like?

Well, something wasn't to like, because Hawkman was the red-headed stepchild of the DC universe after his 1961 Silver Age reboot in Brave and the Bold #34.

He was shifted around from title to title, from backing feature to membership in more and more awkward teams, with his one shot at his own series in the 1960s lasting only a few years before being merged with The Atom because of poor sales.

Showcase #102: Hawkman appearance. Click for values

Showcase #102

Record sale: $75
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #103: Hawkman appearance. Click for values

Showcase #103

Record sale: $50
Minimum value: $1
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Showcase #104: Final Issue, Spies at War. Click for values

Showcase #104: Final Issue

Record sale: $85
Minimum value: $1
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