Most Popular Comic Books

This is a snapshot of the most actively sold comic books in the marketplace that have been graded by either CGC or CBCS. It's important to note that raw comic sales are not considered within this set. You can adjust the dates to analyze using the controls below. A few pre-configured examples include most popular golden age comics, most popular silver age comics, most popular bronze age comics, most popular modern age comics and recently released comics.

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601
212
Marvel Collectible Classics # Spider-Man #1
Reprints Amazing Spider-Man #300 First full appearance of Venom; First issue inked by Todd McFarlane; Spider-Man's 25th anniversary issue
602
704
Superman #204 (Jim Lee and Scott Williams Sketch Variant)
 
603
2211
Captain Britain #8
 
604
165
Dark Knight Iii Master Race #1 (Blank Variant Cover)
 
605
493
Wolverine #3
 
606
925
Deadpool Vs X-force #1 (Campbell Var)
 
607
582
Showcase #30
Origin Aquaman
608
449
The Walking Dead #40
 
609
6024
Star Wars #1 (Campbell Connecting Variant A)
 
610
638
Star Wars #1 (Blank Variant)
 
611
167
X-Men #102
Origin of Storm
612
711
Batman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1
 
613
N/A
Action Comics #869
 
614
1152
Judge Dredd #1
 
615
1055
X-Men #1 (Storm and Beast Varient)
 
616
7473
The Amazing Spider-Man #259
 
617
347
Solar, Man of the Atom #10
First appearance of Geoff McHenry; First appearance of Eternal Warrior; First appearance of Buck McHenry
618
697
Wolverine #7
 
619
2362
Tales of Suspense #98
 
620
229
Detective Comics #411
First appearance of Talia al Ghul; Rha's al Ghul mentioned
621
N/A
Marvel Team-Up #65
 
622
281
Venom #1
 
623
37
X-Men #6
 
624
2236
X-Men #1
First issue in series
625
5444
Daredevil #176
First appearance of Stick; Death of Kirigi
626
141
X-Men #139
Kitty Pryde joins the X-Men
627
396
Batman #500 (Collector's Edition)
 
628
1899
The Incredible Hulk #330
First McFarlane work on Hulk; Death of Thunderbolt Ross
629
230
All New Wolverine #1 (Grant Hip Hop Variant)
 
630
1162
The Uncanny X-Men #173
 
631
N/A
Batman #222
 
632
195
The Uncanny X-Men #150
 
633
542
Walking Dead #150
 
634
268
Aquaman #1
Introduction of Quisp
635
2216
Batman #171
First silver age Riddler
636
2128
Deathstroke Rebirth #1 (Variant Cover)
 
637
45
Extraordinary X-men #1 (Campbell Variant)
 
638
123
Daredevil #184
 
639
626
Marc Spector: Moon Knight #57
 
640
534
Sub-Mariner #1
Second self-titled comics series; First issue to 1st S.A. comic series; First S.A. Namor origin story
641
151
Swamp Thing #7
 
642
547
Suicide Squad #1
 
643
472
2001: A Space Odyssey #8
 
644
955
Captain America #25 (Wizard World 2007 Con Edition)
 
645
22
The Infinity Gauntlet #3
 
646
13
Suicide Squad Rebirth #1 (Variant Cover)
 
647
1144
The Amazing Spider-Man #177
 
648
400
Fantastic Four #36
First appearance of the Frightful Four; First appearance of Medusa
649
N/A
Tales of the New Teen Titans #3
 
650
273
Tales to Astonish #27
First appearance of Henry Pym; First appearance of Ant-Man
651
1124
The Uncanny X-Men #167
 
652
245
Voltron #1
 
653
375
Paper Girls #1
First issue in series
654
68
X-Men #122
 
655
856
Man-Thing #1
 
656
242
Wolverine: Origins #10 (Retailer Incentive Edition)
 
657
N/A
X-Men #110
Phoenix joins X-Men
658
762
X-Men #8
First appearance of Unus The Untouchable
659
323
The Amazing Spider-Man #23
 
660
262
Flash #1
First issue to series with Wally West as new Flash
661
162
Wolverine #315 (Variant Edition)
 
662
146
Silver Surfer #34
Jim Starlin scripts begin; Thanos resurrected; First Jim Starlin/Ron Lim creative work
663
2337
Star Wars #4 (Boba Fett Variant Cover)
 
664
N/A
Iron Fist #8
 
665
449
The Amazing Spider-Man #34
 
666
536
Batman #386
 
667
2003
The Walking Dead #28
 
668
1736
Detective Comics #583
 
669
78
Ghost Rider #1 (Dell'Otto)
 
670
13
The Amazing Spider-Man #30
 
671
439
Rick & Morty #1
 
672
20
The Walking Dead #100 (Ottley Cover)
 
673
19
Fantastic Four #12
First meeting with Hulk; First Hulk cross-over; Ties Amazing Spider-Man #1 as 1st Marvel cross-over
674
205
The Walking Dead #1 (5th Anniversary Blue Line Sketch Edition)
 
675
4
The Amazing Spider-Man #360
First cameo appearance of Carnage
676
220
Deadpool #45
 
677
94
Boys, The #1
 
678
458
Deadpool #1
 
679
1280
Venom #1 (Variant Cover)
 
680
7427
Magnus Robot Fighter #12
First Turok in Valiant Comics; First appearance of Willow Talltrees
681
195
The Invaders #1
 
682
1934
Silver Surfer #1
First issue one shot
683
353
Fantastic Four #44
 
684
337
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #1 (Bulletproof Comics ""Virgin"" Edition)
 
685
252
The Uncanny X-Men #510
 
686
2305
The Incredible Hulk Annual #1
First Incredible Hulk Annual; Fights Inhumans
687
237
The Amazing Spider-Man #179
 
688
1989
Batman #427
 
689
813
Howard The Duck #1 (Gwenpool Variant)
 
690
7066
Hellboy: Seed of Destruction #1
 
691
227
A-force #1
 
692
1155
Fantastic Four #7
First appearance of Xantha; First appearance of Kurrgo
693
1027
Cloak and Dagger #1
 
694
1076
The Uncanny X-Men #281
 
695
N/A
Web of Spider-Man #100
 
696
2527
San Diego Comic Con Comics #2
 
697
N/A
Invincible #1 (5th Anniversary Blue Line Sketch Variant)
 
698
66
Captain America #110
Rick Jones dons the Bucky costume; First appearance of Madame Hydra
699
258
Tales of Suspense #41
 
700
74
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0 (White Ranger Edition)
 

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