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Top 10,000 Comics


High Value: $4,500,000
Minimum Value: $11,000

Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962)

Amazing Fantasy #15 is a comic book that changed everything. It's the introduction of Spider-Man, one of the most beloved characters in all of comic book history. In this issue, we meet Peter Parker, a lonely high school student who gains incredible powers after being bitten by a radioactive spider during a science experiment. The powers include incredible strength, the ability to stick to walls, and heightened senses.

Peter decides to use his new powers to make some money and creates the alter ego of Spider-Man. He becomes an instant sensation but starts to become selfish and only looking out for himself and his Aunt and Uncle. However, tragedy strikes when his Uncle Ben is shot and killed during a robbery. Peter tracks down the murderer as Spider-Man but is shocked to discover that it is the same thief he allowed to escape earlier. Racked with guilt, Peter realizes that he has a new responsibility with his powers: to use them for good.

The other stories in this comic include "The Bell Ringer," where a man named Pedros stays behind on a volcanic island to ring the church bells and guide the fleeing villagers to safety. "The Man in the Mummy Case" tells the story of a criminal hiding in a museum who hears a voice coming from a mummy's sarcophagus offering help at a price. And finally, "There are Martians Among Us" is about a small community who find a crashed spaceship and realize there are aliens among them.

If you're a fan of comic book history and classic storytelling, then Amazing Fantasy #15 is a must-have for your collection.

High Value: $4,500,000
Minimum Value: $100,000

Action Comics #1 (1938)

Action Comics #1 is the one that started it all. It's the one that introduced Superman. And boy oh boy, did it change the game. This is the issue that brought us the costumed superhero that we know and love today.

Let's talk about what's inside. This issue features Superman's origin story, where we see his infant self sent from a "distant planet" destroyed by old age to Earth via a spaceship. He was found and turned over to an orphanage. His powers weren't as extensive as they are now - he couldn't fly and was invulnerable only to things "less than a bursting shell." But don't worry, his powers gradually increased in later issues without explanation.

In this issue, we also see Superman save a woman who was wrongly accused of murder, stop a man from abusing his wife, and confront a lobbyist trying to involve the United States in WWII. But Superman isn't the only hero in this issue. We also meet Chuck Dawson, who is looking to reclaim his stolen ranch.

Zatara and Tong also make an appearance as they take on the Tigress and her gang who have been robbing trains. The state police and our heroes manage to round up the gang, but the Tigress gets away.

There are also other features in this issue, like Scoop Scanlon stopping an international jewel thief with his partner Rusty James, and Tex Thompson solving a murder in England with the help of two kids, Robert and Betty.

Action Comics #1 is a piece of comic book history. It's the one that started it all and set the stage for the superheroes we know and love today. And if you happen to have a copy lying around, you could be sitting on a goldmine.

High Value: $3,000,000
Minimum Value: $80,000

Superman #1 (1939)

This comic book is a classic that tells the story of Superman's origins and features exciting adventures that showcase his heroic abilities. From his humble beginnings as an infant from another planet who is adopted by loving parents, to his job at the Daily Star where he proves his worth as a journalist and as Superman, this story is filled with action, drama, and suspense. Readers will be captivated by Superman's efforts to stop a lynching, reveal a murderer, rescue Lois from gangsters, take down a corrupt politician, and expose the truth about a war in South America. They will also learn about the science behind Superman's incredible strength and witness his efforts to protect workers from unsafe conditions. This issue also features a football game in which Superman helps a team of underdogs defeat a group of thugs, and a jailhouse interview that leads to a daring escape and recapture. This comic book is a must-read for anyone who loves superheroes, action, and adventure, and it is an important piece of comic book history that has inspired countless homages and adaptations.

High Value: $2,500,000
Minimum Value: $100,000

Detective Comics #27 (1939)

In this issue, we witness the birth of a legend. Detective Comics #27 introduces us to The Batman, a crime-fighting hero like no other. In a thrilling tale of murder and mystery, Commissioner Gordon and Bruce Wayne find themselves embroiled in a dangerous case involving the death of a man at the hands of his own son. But things only get more complicated from there, as an anonymous threat and a violent attack lead to the arrival of a shadowy figure known as The Bat-Man. With his lightning-fast reflexes, his unwavering dedication to justice, and his unorthodox methods of crime-fighting, The Bat-Man is a force to be reckoned with. If you have a copy of Detective Comics #27, we urge you to consider reaching out to us for a free appraisal or to sell your comic book collection to us. We take pride in offering fair prices for collections of all sizes, and we're always looking for opportunities to add quality comics like this to our inventory. Don't delay - contact us today to learn more!

High Value: $2,500,000
Minimum Value: $65,000

Batman #1 (1940)

In Batman #1, we are re-introduced to the iconic character as he seeks to enact revenge on his parents' killers. Witnessing the tragic death of his parents as a young boy, Bruce Wayne dedicates his entire life to fighting crime. The comic also introduces some of Batman's most infamous foes, including the devious Joker who announces his criminal intentions via radio broadcasts. As the Joker's crime spree escalates, Batman and Robin must work together to stop him and save Gotham. Additionally, we are introduced to other classic characters such as Catwoman and Professor Hugo Strange. Join Batman and his allies as they take on some of the most dangerous villains in Gotham City. If you have this valuable comic in your collection, consider selling it to Comics Into Cash. We offer expert appraisals and top dollar for rare comics like Batman #1.

High Value: $2,000,000
Minimum Value: $55,000

Marvel Comics #1 (1939)

You may have heard of Marvel Comics #1, a comic book that tells three thrilling stories that are sure to capture your attention. First, there's 'Now I'll Tell One!', a page of single-panel gag strips that are perfect for a quick laugh. Then, there's the story of 'The Human Torch', a creation of Professor Horton who can burst into flames upon exposure to oxygen. Though terrified of the Torch, Horton can't bring himself to destroy him, and instead seals the android in a concrete tomb until he can find a cure. When the Torch breaks free from the tomb, he becomes embroiled in a battle with Anthony Sardo, a notorious mobster who wants to exploit the Torch's powers for insurance fraud. In the end, the Torch gains control over his powers and sets out to fight crime and injustice.

Next up is 'The Angel', a story about a gang known as 'The Six Big Men' who take over the city's rackets and cause chaos and violence throughout. The authorities consider hiring a vigilante known as the Angel to put an end to their reign of terror, but before they do, the Angel takes matters into his own hands. With the help of a mysterious woman named Lil, the Angel sets out to eliminate the members of the gang one by one. But as he gets closer to his final target, he discovers that Lil and Doctor Lang, the final member of the gang, were actually working together to eliminate the others so they could keep all the money for themselves.

Finally, we come to 'The Sub-Mariner', a thrilling tale of a man named Namor who can breathe underwater and has incredible strength. When he encounters divers from a salvage ship, he mistakes them for robots and kills them before taking their bodies to his underwater home. There, he learns the truth about the surface dwellers and their destruction of his people's kingdom years ago. Now, Namor sets out to avenge his people and take down the surface world once and for all.

If you're looking for classic, action-packed comic book stories with unforgettable characters, look no further than Marvel Comics #1. At Comics Into Cash, we know our comic books, and we're always ready to help you appraise or sell your collection. Contact us today to learn more!

High Value: $1,750,000
Minimum Value: $28,000

All-Star Comics #8 (1941)

In All-Star Comics #8, the excitement is non-stop! Why, you ask? Well, it features Wonder Woman's first appearance and origin story - a momentous occasion in comic book history! That's not all, though - Doctor Fate dons a new helmet, Starman and Dr Mid-nite join the team, and there are solo adventures of Hop Horrigan and Starman. Plus, we even get a cameo appearance from Shiera (Hawkgirl) Sanders! With all this action going on, it's no wonder the Justice Society of America have their hands full. If you happen to have this incredible issue in your collection, please don't hesitate to contact us. We'd be happy to provide a free appraisal or purchase your collection at a fair price. At Comics Into Cash, we pride ourselves on our knowledge and reputation in the comic book world. Let us help you make the most of your collection.

High Value: $1,000,000
Minimum Value: $12,000

Sensation Comics #1 (1942)

Are you a comic book collector or have you inherited a comic book collection? Look no further than Comics Into Cash, the go-to business for appraisals and purchasing collections at a fair price. We specialize in buying collections, especially those inherited from loved ones. One comic book to look out for is Sensation Comics #1 (1942), featuring the first full appearance of Wonder Woman and the origin story of Wildcat. In this issue, Wonder Woman flies Steve Trevor back to America in her invisible plane and foils a bank robbery, all while trying to remain close to Steve. The story also introduces the character of Wildcat, inspired by a young boy's love of Green Lantern comics. If you own this comic book, contact us for a free appraisal or to sell your comic book collection and we'll ensure you get a reputable and fair deal.

High Value: $1,000,000
Minimum Value: $27,000

Captain America Comics #1 (1941)

Captain America Comics #1 is a thrilling read that introduces us to the iconic Captain America and his young sidekick, Bucky Barnes. The story starts with the US government discussing a plan to stop enemies from sabotaging their ranks. J. Arthur Grover, head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has a plan to stop this from happening. Through a series of events, we witness the birth of Captain America, America's savior against saboteurs, spies, and enemies. However, the success is short-lived as the experiment is interrupted by a spy who kills Professor Reinstein and shatters the serum that transformed Captain America. The story then fast-forwards to Captain America fighting terrorists and spies with the help of Bucky Barnes. In one of their missions, they investigate two suspicious individuals who claim to predict the future, but things quickly spiral out of control as they discover a group of Nazi saboteurs holding people hostage. Captain America and Bucky fight their way through, saving the day once again. In another exciting mission, they must stop Rothcone and his men from assassinating members of the US Army using a chessboard to strategize their moves. This vintage comic book is a classic, and every comic book collector should have a copy in their collection.

High Value: $1,000,000
Minimum Value: $15,000

All-American Comics #16 (1940)

In All-American Comics #16 (1940), readers are taken on a thrilling ride as they discover the first appearance of the Golden Age Green Lantern, Alan Scott. Alan Scott, an engineer, is the sole survivor of a train wreck. As he awakens from the wreckage, his hands hold a mysterious green miner's lantern that changes his life forever. The lantern begins to radiate an intense light, and a voice speaks to Alan, telling him of the "Tales of the Green Lantern."

The story of the lantern takes readers on a journey through China and an insane asylum in America, where the lantern exchanged hands multiple times, bringing both good and bad luck to those in possession of it. The voice from the lantern tells Alan that now is the time for the third prophecy to be fulfilled and for Alan to gain its power.

The voice warns Alan that if he loses faith in himself, he'll lose his power as it's Will-Power. The voice advises Alan to create a ring from the metal, so he always carries the power of the lantern with him. This creates an exciting superhero story full of action and adventure.

As a reader, you'll fly through the skies with Alan, using the ring to phase through walls and deflect bullets. You'll feel the rush of excitement as he confronts Dekker, the man who planned the train wreck. This comic book is full of twists and turns, as Dekker confesses to his crimes before falling dead.

All-American Comics #16 (1940) is the perfect introduction to the Green Lantern and an exciting story that will delight any comic book fan. It's an essential read for anyone interested in the comic book genre's history and the characters that made it great.

High Value: $940,000
Minimum Value: $11,000

Detective Comics #31 (1939)

Detective Comics #31 is a timeless classic that every true comic book collector needs in their collection. This issue features a pivotal chapter in the Batman vs. The Vampire saga, where our suave superhero discovers his fiancé attempting to kill a man on the streets of New York City. Batman quickly intercedes, and takes his beloved Julie Madison home, vowing to get to the bottom of this mystery.

But the Dark Knight isn't fooled that easily, so he tails Julie's ocean liner as the Batman. This issue marks the first appearance of both the Batarang and the Batgyro, making it a truly historical comic book you won't want to miss.

As a comic book collector, you know that owning Detective Comics #31 is a point of pride. If you have this comic book in your collection, we urge you to contact Comics Into Cash. We offer free appraisals to ensure you get a fair price when selling your collection. Don't let your treasures gather dust – get what they're worth from a business that knows comics inside and out.

High Value: $850,000
Minimum Value: $10,000

Action Comics #7 (1938)

Action Comics #7 (1938) features the iconic Superman pulling off a heroic act to save the Jordan Circus from bankruptcy. The Man of Steel puts on a sensational performance as the circus' star attraction, but soon discovers the sinister happenings behind the scenes. Adding to the excitement is Chuck Dawson's valiant attempt to warn a small ranch from an imminent attack by gunmen, while Pep Morgan falls victim to the kidnapping schemes of gamblers with $50,000 on the line during a county championship playoff game. The comic also includes a range of other exciting stories such as illustrated sports trivia, a jungle text story, and colorful historical figures of the Old West in "WESThrills". At Comics Into Cash, we have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in purchasing comic book collections. Trust us to provide you with the best value for your collection with our industry-leading appraisals and direct purchase options.

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