Covrprice Top 10 List for 9/26/19

Since Covrprice.com  came on the scene, they have become a go to spot for watching eBaytrends on comics. They scour thousands of eBay sales to cultivate data to spotlight the hottest selling comics. Here is this week’s Top Ten Comics: (Please note, potential spoilers do follow, and, these results are for auction that closed last week. )

  1. Spider-Girl #59

    Units Sold: 42
    Raw Average: $30.99
    Graded Average: NA
    Reason: Ben Parker (Child of Peter Parker) is born.

2. Captain Marvel #21

Units Sold: 46
Raw Average: $15.79
Graded Average: NA
Reason: First full appearance of Big Mother. Rumored to be in upcoming Marvel

3. Uncanny X-Men #1

Units Sold: 122
Raw Average: $6.25
Graded Average: $73.22 (9.8)
Reason: First appearance of Gold Balls.

4. Absolute Carnage #3 Young Guns Variant

Units Sold: 95
Raw Average: $16.00
Graded Average: NA
Reason: Sweet Hulk Venom Mash-up cover.

5. Moon Knight #1

Units Sold: 56
Raw Average: $19.13
Graded Average: $86.27 (9.6)
Reason: Moon Knight’s first on-going series. TV show coming.

6. Doc Savage #1

Units Sold: 44
Raw Average: $9.50
Graded Average: $81.75 (9.0)
Reason: Dwayne The Rock Johnson movie coming.

7. Captain Marvel #20

Units Sold: 15
Raw Average: $6.00
Graded Average: NA
Reason: Cameo of Big Mother, mother of Grendel

8. Spider-Man #1 Chip Kidd Die Cut Variant

Units Sold: 39
Raw Average: $5.54
Graded Average: NA
Reason: FOC Variant for new JJ Abrams series.

9. Young Avengers #1

Units Sold: 32
Raw Average: $63.47
Graded Average: $246 (9.8)
Reason: First appearance of Young Avengers, first Kate Bishop

10. Spider-Man #1 Dell Otto 1:50 Variant

Units Sold: 34
Raw Average: $25.19
Graded Average: NA
Reason: Dell Otto ratio variant for new JJ Abrams series.

 

Runners-up to follow

5 thoughts on “Covrprice Top 10 List for 9/26/19”

    1. I can’t find anything on the print rights for the character (supposedly there was some Conde Nast that claimed copyright and threatening to sue another group back in 2006) but found this about other rights to the character, “As co-creator of Doc Savage, author Lester Dent retained the radio, film, and television rights to the character as part of his contract with Street and Smith Publications, publishers of the Doc Savage pulp magazine. Although Dent succeeded in launching a short-lived radio program, he was never able to interest Hollywood in a Doc Savage film. Upon Dent’s death in 1959, his widow, Norma Dent, acquired the radio, film, and television rights to Doc Savage.” – https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doc_Savage:_The_Man_of_Bronze

      1. The Rock will make a great Doc Savage but I was really hoping to see him as Black Adam sooner than later. Any word out there on the status of Black Adam on the big screen?

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