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High Value: $1,700

Minimum Value: $20

Crow #1 (1989)

Crow #1, published in 1989, is a must-read for any comic book lover. This gripping story follows The Crow as he seeks revenge for the death of his beloved Shelly Webster. In Part One, we see Tin Tin brutally murder Bea, Ratso, and Fat Eddie. Part Two sees The Crow tracking down Tin Tin and then paying his respects to Top Dollar, who tries to bargain for his life. The Crow relives his past life as Eric Draven and his passionate romance with Shelly Webster, which ultimately leads to her tragic death at the hands of the Skull Cowboy. The storytelling in Crow #1 is superb, and the artwork is of the highest quality. At Comics Into Cash, we know comic books, and we can ensure that your collection is valued fairly. Contact us today to learn more about our appraisal and purchasing services.

High Value: $1,000

Minimum Value: $12

Caliber Presents #1 (1989)

Looking for a comic that's got it all? Look no further than Caliber Presents #1 from 1989. This issue is packed full of action, drama, and heart, with stories ranging from the supernatural to the gritty streets. One standout piece is "CUDA: Heart of Darkness" by Tim Vigil, Tim Tyler, and Kimberley Richardson. This story explores the depths of the human psyche and takes readers on a journey through the darkest recesses of the soul. Another notable story is "The Crow: Inertia" by James O'Barr. Fans of The Crow will love this haunting tale that showcases O'Barr's incredible art style and knack for spinning a gripping narrative. And if you're looking for more street-level thrills, look no further than "Street Shadows: True Love" by Kyle Garrett, Mark Bloodworth, and Vince Locke. With its realistic characters and intense action, this story will have you on the edge of your seat. Other stories in this issue include "Thrill-Kill" by Mark Winfrey and Daniel Roy McKinnon, "Nightstreets: A Preview" by Mark Bloodworth and Randy Zimmerman, and "IO" by Barbed Wire Halo Studios. Pick up Caliber Presents #1 today and discover the first appearance of some of the most beloved characters in modern comics.

High Value: $880

Minimum Value: $10

Crow #2 (1989)

The Crow #2 (1989) opens with Eric Draven, affectionately known as "The Crow" reminiscing about happier times with his wife, Shelly Webster. The comic book details the story of how Eric has been brought back to life to avenge his untimely death and that of his beloved wife. In his journey for justice, Eric catches up with Skank and Tom Tom, who give him information about the location of his wife's wedding ring, which is being held at "Gideon's Pawn" shop.

With this information, Eric heads to Gideon Resale, where he gets back Shelly's ring. However, he also takes the opportunity to seek revenge on Gideon by killing him and blowing up the pawn shop. In a poignant moment, Eric talks with Albrect about his wife before asking him to send a message to Captain Hook.

As Eric continues on his journey, he bumps into Sherri and gives her Shelly's engagement ring before telling her he is going to send her mother Sandy Skin back home. Eric then meets up with Funboy, who is with Sandy, and keeps his promise to Sandy by returning her home. Eric and Funboy then agree to meet at the Gin Mill, setting the stage for the next chapter of the story.

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