The top 10 comic books from last week that rose in value include Deadpool, X-Men, Miles Morales, and more
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This week’s list for November 22, 2021 from https://covrprice.com Once again, it’s dominated by Marvel this week. Back to this week’s roster, including Strange Academy #13 Art Adams variant, Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #1 Dan Panosian Variant, Avengers #1 (2010) & Eternals #1. New entries include Miles Morales’ return to the top 10 First with her debut in Ultimate Fallout #4. In anticipation of Disney+’s SHE-HULK debut, actress Jamila’s beautiful portrayal of Titania helped her debut on the list this week. A quick scene from the new SPIDER-MAN trailer: NO WAY HOME helped SYMBIOTE SPIDER-MAN: ALIEN REALITY #3 to take second place. Finally, a Marvel villain from 2009 graced the pages of Moon Knight and took the lead.
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Let’s get into it and cover the top 10 comic books that were popular last week:
# 10 Avengers #1 | MARVEL | 2010 | Coming back to this week’s list, this Azari debut is still in vogue. As he is the son of T’Challa and Storm, there are major content hurdles that this speculation must overcome in order for it to occur. However, it sold 24 copies and was selling as high as $36 for a raw copy. It currently has an FMV of $23 raw.
#9 Final Solstice #4 | MARVEL | 2011 | Miles Hoss is still here. There are rumors that he might appear on NO WAY HOME. Surely everyone and their mom are expected to show up. And while this movie has had enough for him, his debut is on the way again. 16 copies sold with a high sale of $2,800 for the CGC 9.8, which is the current FMV. The initial copies contain an FMV of $861.
#8 Marvel Superheroes Secret Wars #3 MARVEL | 1984 | She-Hulk’s recent announcement sparked interest in several other confirmed appearances. The role of actress Jameela Jamil villainous Titania helps the character’s debut in this version to move 16 copies and sell high of $202 against CGC 9.8 with FMV of $262. However, this is a significant drop from the $555 high for CGC 9.8 when Jamila’s play with Titania was first confirmed in June 2021. The current raw FMV is $40.
#7 DEADPOOL: Black, White, Blood #4 Dan Banuzian (1:25) | MARVEL | 2021 | Dan Panosian’s fun 1:25 variant is still trending well with a sale high of $200 for a prototype and a $160 FMV. However, this book seems to have a bit of meat on the bone as it shows the first appearance of Sakura Spider in an American comic. We don’t often see an alternate spider character appear for the first time in a book that isn’t based on a spider. This is the one to watch!
#6 Strange Academy #13 Arthur Adams | MARVEL | 2021 | This Magik cover was one of the best-selling books of the past week and quickly disappeared from the shelves. While many thought he would die this week, it turns out that’s not the case. It still sold 40 copies, had a 7-day trend of 107%, and was selling as high as $35 for a raw copy.
# 5 Star Wars: Kanan The Last Padawan #1 MARVEL | 2015 | – As a reminder, this release includes the first appearances of Sabine Wren, Canaan Jarros, Ezra Bridger, Chopper (C1-10P), Hera Sindola and Grazip “Zeb” Aurelius. After years of rumors, the selection of Sabine Wren finally happened last week. The deadline announced it Natasha Leo Bordizzo (Society) has been cast as the lead opposite Rosario Dawson in the Disney+ limited series Star Wars: Ahsoka. Although there was a lot of controversy surrounding KANAN #1 vs. KANAN #6, this first release surpassed #6 with 29 copies sold and a high of $350 for CGC 9.8. The current 9.8 FMV is $324 with a raw FMV of $60. However, keep in mind that No. 6, Sabine’s full debut is worth twice the No. 1 FMV at $650.
# 4 X-MEN Adventures #1 | MARVEL | 1992 | – Enter another return. During Disney Day last week, it was revealed that Disney+’s new animated series “X-men 97” will premiere in 2023. This nostalgic and beloved series has been since fans scrambled to release the first comic book of X-Men 97 in 1992. The series X-Men Adventures. This week, 36 copies with a sale high of $35 for a primer and FMV of $400 for 9.8.
# 3 Eternal #1 | MARVEL | 1976 | Thanks to a spike in sales of Eternals #1 this week, it’s back in the top ten with 54 copies sold and a high of $1,225 for a CGC 9.8. However, while this book is selling well, the 9.8 is well below last week’s $1,850 for CGC 9.8… which is down from $2,100 the week before… which is down from $2,750 the week before that. In this new collector’s market, this fall has been surprising. Its sharp slide down reflects the pre-virus market. It’s very interesting and something to keep in mind with upcoming MCU projects. She currently has a $100 raw FMV.
# 2 Avatar Spider-Man: Alien Reality #3 | MARVEL | 2020 – In the latest trailer for SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME, there is a short scene where Spider-Man uses a magical glove. This cover, featuring Spider-Man as a Symbiote-powered Supreme wizard, was the closest thing fans could find to represent the moment. 27 copies sold for a high of $200 for a raw 9.8 CGC and FMV for $18.
#1 The Dark Age: Constellations #1 | MARVEL | 2009 – In Moon Knight #5, a mysterious Marvel villain called Zodiac is re-introduced after his debut in this 2009 title. Zodiac takes some of the excitement out of Hunter’s Moon, as he is presented as the final mastermind behind Marc Spector’s recent challenges. This debut sold 37 copies with a high sale of $40 for the raw copy. Currently, she has a $30 raw FMV.
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