These are the most actively sold comics over the past couple months.
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Sep 21, 2021 In this blog, I will debate two books. Which is the better long-term investment going forward? Let’s pit Tales of Suspense #39 against Fantastic Four #5 and see who comes out on… The post Who ya Got? Tales of Suspense #39 vs Fantastic Four #5 appeared first on GoCollect.
Sep 20, 2021 There’s GOLD in them thar Bronze Age. And when talking about Dark Knight artist Marshall Rogers, there’s a double meaning. Writer Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers combined on typewriter and Bristol paper… The post Dark Knight Artist Marshall Rogers: The Golden Bronze Age appeared first on GoCollect.
Sep 20, 2021 Both the gaming and comic world are buzzing over Venom’s cameo in the Spider-Man 2 trailer, and it will have market repercussions for these three issues. It took decades to pull off,… The post Spider-Man 2 PS5 Fallout: Harry Osborn and Venom Keys appeared first on GoCollect.
Sep 19, 2021 Two books have declined precipitously and fallen from the Copper Age Top 100. This usually indicates a hit to the bottom line of profit in purged books. Aliens #1 and Wolverine #1… The post Copper Age Top 100 Purge: Aliens #1 & Wolverine #1 appeared first on GoCollect.
Sep 19, 2021 How do we figure out what comics are good investments? Amazing Spider-Man #300? It’s a buy. Incredible Hulk #181? Grab it. Strange Academy #1? Definitely. These are all Key Investments in the… The post Strange Academy #1 – An Obvious Buy. appeared first on GoCollect.
We monitor the fire hose of online comic book sales across various marketplaces and report on the sales of CGC and CBCS graded books in our comics price guide. We only monitor actual sales; not just sale listings. For each sale discovered, we match it to the specific comic in our massive database (which also includes variant covers and printings). As we match the sale we record the comic grading company, holder/label type and the assigned grade. Finally, we gather supportive information about the individual sale including when and where it was sold, how the sale can be identified at the remote venue, the format of the sale (auction, fixed price, etc.), the images that were used for the sale, descriptive sale information (i.e. auction titles) and more.
Although we use API technologies to pull in giant piles of sales data, we employ humans to organize that data and assign it to individual comics in our database. Therefore, mistakes can occasionally occur. For such instances, we've integrated a flagging system. Any member can flag a sale that they feel may have been assigned in error. We'll take a second look at the sales assignment and make corrections as needed.
We follow a strict set of guidelines in order to deliver the best possible comic book values. We make every possible effort to only report on the price paid for individual comics. Some examples: