Comic Book Price Guide - part 3


We recap some of the star lots that have gone under the hammer at auction recently...

Iron Man #1 (1968 Marvel, UK cover price). Sealed and graded 6.5 by PGX Fine+. Off white to white pages. Origin of Iron Man retold. Gene Colan, Johnny Craig cover & interior art. Flat/unfolded,  supplied slabbed and sealed PGX Fine+ Graded 96.5. Sold for £480, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Amazing Spider-Man #47 (1967 Marvel, UK price variant). Kraven the Hunter, Green Goblin appearances. John Romita Sr cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £55, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Amazing Spider-Man #46 (1967 Marvel, UK price variant). Origin and first appearance of the Shocker. John Romita Sr cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £48, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Amazing Spider-Man #55 (1967 Marvel, UK cover price). Doctor Octopus appearance. John Romita Sr cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £32, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Iron Man & Sub-Mariner #1 (1968 Marvel). Iron Man story continued from Tales of Suspense #99 and continues in Iron Man #1. Sub-Mariner story continued from Tales to Astonish #101. Gene Colan, Bill Everett cover with Colan and Johnny Craig interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £140, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Silver Surfer #1 (1968 Marvel). Silver Surfer's origin is retold in more detail. The Watcher backup stories begin with his origin. John Buscema cover with Buscema and Gene Colan interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £750, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Moon Knight #1 (1980 Marvel). Origin of Moon Knight and first appearance of the villain Raoul Bushman. Bill Sienkiewicz cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £75, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men annual #4 (1980 Marvel). Doctor Strange appearance. John Romita Jr cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £18, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #99 (1976 Marvel, UK price variant). First appearance of Black Tom Cassidy and Sentinels appearance. Dave Cockrum cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £22, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #100 (1976 Marvel, UK price variant). The original X-Men vs the new X-Men, and origin of Phoenix. Dave Cockrum cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £32, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #108 (1977 Marvel, UK price variant). Starjammers appearance and Corsair revealed to be the father of Cyclops and Havok. Dave Cockrum, John Byrne cover and interior art, John Byrne's first issue as artist in the title that he would become synonymous with. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £15, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #109 (1978 Marvel UK price variant). First appearance of Vindicator (aka Guardian, called Weapon Alpha in this issue). Dave Cockrum cover with John Byrne interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £28, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #110 (1978 Marvel, UK price variant). Phoenix joins the X-Men and Warhawk appearance. Dave Cockrum cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £20, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #129 (1980 Marvel, UK price variant). First appearances of Kitty Pryde, Emma Frost, Sebastian Shaw, and the Hellfire Club. John Byrne and Terry Austin cover and interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £110, Excalibur Auctions, May.

Uncanny X-Men #133 (1980 Marvel, UK price variant). First solo Wolverine cover and Hellfire Club appearance. John Byrne and Terry Austin cover plus interior art. Flat/unfolded. Sold for £25, Excalibur Auctions, May.