There’s no doubt that recent news about certain silver age key issue comics breaking sales records and finding six figures has caught the attention of the public and many investors. The question of “Are comic books good investments” have been asked many of that time by new speculators in comic installing.
Although prices for comics in general have risen steadily, individual items should still decrease in value from year and year. Be aware of history of the particular comic before your buy it to secondhand. Don’t assume that every item runs along whilst general trend of increases for Comics.
There will always plenty of Mad Magazines and Spiderman, but one of the best is Conan the Barbarian. This comic lasted for 23 years in its first publication from 1970 to michael went bonkers. I was still in grade school when it first seemed. It had nothing related to Arnold Schwarzenegger; this was pojokmanga far before that a period of time. But I found a Conan the Barbarian #195 for 10 money. It was in very very good condition. I thought I found gold, but there remain too perseverance around. A mint condition one is only worth $3.00. But for me I still am glad I found it and have kept everything.
Interesting that both one of the most recent The exorcist film and X-men film took a horrible look at politicians (Congress). If power corrupts absolutely is it possible our bodies is absolutely corrupt? The Senator within X-men film learned his lesson just a little late.
Sell your Comics at a very local flea market. Spaces are usually cheap to rent for the day – but certain have a sign-up list to collect names and emails individuals who that need it in buying more books from you may.
Comics were serious business until the Death of Superman (and then it exploded further) which created new problems and opportunities as the comic industry began new birth pangs in 1993.
Donate them to a school or charitable trust. It’s not cash inside your pocket – but those worthless comics can develop a great tax-deduction for you can. Don’t forget your receipt for tax season!