The Young Avengers have been on the rise ever since they were introduced in September. This series is one of Marvel’s most recent and has helped with a surge of interest among comic book fans who want to get into this character-driven story that revolves around teenage heroes learning what it means to be powerful.
The value for these comics are at their highest point because other people want them now, which makes sense considering how many copies there are currently available in stores.
Top 10 Comic Books Rising In Value In The Last Week Include Young Avengers, Daredevil & More
The “best comics” are the comics that have seen a significant increase in value. The list includes Young Avengers, Daredevil, and more.
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We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! When we return to comic books, you’ll note that HAWKEYE had a significant impact on sales last week. Echo’s presence on the Disney+ program placed two of her significant appearances on the list, without diving into spoilers. Fans rushed online after seeing Jacques Duquesne on the program to get the first appearance of his comic alias THE SWORDSMAN. The original cover by Agatha Harkness is ranked second. The price of Miles Morales and The Young Avengers’ debut appearances continues to rise due to speculation about future MCU appearances. The top and final places, respectively, are taken by content news about Nocterra and Groo the Wanderer. Finally, we get a wonderful Wonder Woman variation with a 3rd print 1:50 reward portraying Jon Kent’s first kiss with Jay Nakamura, his new love interest. Let’s get started!
ECLIPSE | #10 DESTROYER DUCK #1 The year is 1982. Entrepreneur Josh Jones “has bought the animated film and television rights to Groo, with the purpose of developing the character’s first-ever animated version through his film business, Did I Err Productions,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. GROO’s debut appearance in this issue has been trending as a result of this news. This issue included a 3-page original narrative of Groo by Sergio Aragonés, and was meant as a spoof of Conan The Barbarian. We were pleased with its high selling of $575 for a 9.8 and $50 uncooked a few months ago. This week, a tremendous new high sale of $1,850 for a CGC 9.8, with an FMV of $90 raw, obliterated that transaction.
DAVID NAKAYAMA (1:25) | DC | 2021 – #9 WONDER WOMAN BLACK & GOLD #6 DAVID NAKAYAMA (1:25) | DC | 2021 – Artists Last week, David Nakayama actually created one stunning version. WONDER WOMAN BLACK & GOLD has created some incredible covers, with several of them making our Top 10 list. This is going to be a difficult cover to beat. For raw copies, the FMV is presently $152.
MARVEL | 2011 | #8 ULTIMATE FALLOUT #4 | SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME – Fans of SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME are still wondering whether Miles would appear in the end credits. When questioned about future Spider-Man plans in recent interviews, Producer Amy Pascal skirted the issue. While Tom Holland will return for three more Spider-Man films, it’s unclear when or where Miles will appear. In any case, last week’s sales helped 9.8 copies exceed $3,000.
MARVEL | 2005 – #7 YOUNG AVENGERS #1 Kate Bishop’s initial appearance is one of the key drivers for current sales, despite the fact that the book is jam-packed with them. However, there will be a lot more talk about the team in the near future.
The top selling for this crucial issue was $1,125 for a CGC 9.8 and a raw FMV of $245.
MARVEL | 2000 – #6 DAREDEVIL #10 Those who don’t like spoilers prioritize seeing Marvel Disney+ material as soon as possible. When a character first appears or is mentioned in Marvel’s Disney+ content, it may certainly move the books. Without going into too much detail, Maya Lopez (a.k.a. Echo) is on her way. When it comes to Echo, the market is awash many options. Maya Lopez makes her second appearance in this issue, and she also makes her debut appearance on the cover. It has a current FMV of $62 and a peak selling of $360 for a CGC 9.8.
#5 SUPERMAN: SON OF KAL-EL #1 | DC | 2021 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – The anticipated and hyped “kiss” with Jon Kent’s new love interest Jay Nakamura is preserved on this extremely hard to find 1:50 3rd print, which is available now with issue #5. Because of its scarcity, it was able to achieve a raw FMV of $297.
#4 DAREDEVIL #11 | MARVEL | 2000 – The HAWKEYE saga continues in this issue, with Maya Lopez’s debut appearance as Echo. It sold for $300 for a CGC 9.8 and $39 for the raw FMV (and climbing).
#3 AVENGERS #19 | MARVEL | MARVEL | 1965 – HAWKEYE episodes 1 and 2 contain spoilers. It’ll take a lot of tiptoeing to get past this one. Jacques Duquesne (played by Tony Dalton) was introduced as Kate Bishop’s Mother’s (played by Vera Farmiga) fiancé in recent episodes. He’s best known to Marvel fans as THE SWORDSMAN. This figure, who has served as both a villain and an ally to the Avengers in the comics, has always been tricky. Its intricacy should give the Disney+ series some unexpected twists. His debut appearance in this issue has a raw FMV of $98 and a top sale of $467 for a CGC 7.5.
MARVEL | 1971 – #2 FANTASTIC FOUR #110 As Marvel works on a single Disney+ series for Agatha Harkness, the price of her first and second appearances continues to rise. The market is currently focusing on this issue, which has her debut cover appearance and sold for $80 for an NM raw copy. There’s also a rare green mistake edition with a CGC 8.5 that sold for $1,500.
IMAGE | 2021 – NOCTERRA #1 – NOCTERRA #1 – NOCTERRA #1 – NOCTERRA #1 – NO Scott Snyder replied on Twitter in late August/early September, saying, “This is tremendous news! Tony S. Daniel and I have signed a TV contract for ‘Nocterra’! We couldn’t be happier with our partners, and we’re looking forward to what’s next. In the following weeks, we’ll make a formal announcement with all the specifics – once again, thank you very much.” This gradually began to move copies until it was discovered and disseminated by other sources, displacing all of the cheap(ish) copies from eBay and other internet sources. DMZ creator Roberto Patino “will write, exec produce, and act as showrunner on the project, which is in the early phases of development with James Wan’s production company Atomic Monster,” according to Deadline this week. Patino just signed an overall production contract with Netflix, which is where this film will most likely end up, according to the story. With this confirmation, it took the top rank with a high sale of $130 for a CGC 9.8 and an FMV of $21 and a high sale of $130 for a CGC 9.8 and an FMV of $21.
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