CovrPrice.com Runners-Up for 11/10/19

This week we are running the Runners-Up list as they were not published on CovrPrice.com. These are exclusive to us. Now then, on to #11-20.

#11 X-Factor #23 (Marvel, 1987) – This is the first cameo of Archangel, who’s getting new love thanks to the new X-Titles. It sold 12 copies, had a 7-day trend of 179% and had a high raw sale of $10.

#12 Excalibur #1 Anka Variant (Marvel, 2019) –  This awesome Chris Anka cover sold 18 copies, had a 7-day trend of 106% and had a high raw sale of $16.

#13 Marvel Action Spider-Man #10 Meyers Variant (IDW, 2019) – Man, there is no stopping this variant right now. It was REALLY hard to find… hence the price. It sold 13 copies, had a 7-day trend of 136% and had a high raw sale of $155.

#14 The Human Fly #1 30 Cent Variant (Marvel, 1977) – Some books we even shrug our shoulders on how things land on the Top 10 (Remember our Top 10 is only based on actual sales) Did we miss something? It sold 11 copies, had a 7-day trend of 158% and had a high raw sale of $14.

#15 Rai #0 (Acclaim/Valiant, 1992) The first appearance of Bloodshot sold 19 copies, had a 7-day trend of 90% and had a high sale of $154 for a CGC 9.8.

#16 Spawn #1 (Image, 1992) Spawn #1 should just have a permanent spot on this list. It sold 13 copies, had a 7-day trend of 132% and had a high sale of $86 for a CGC 9.8.

#17 The Joker Year of the Villain #1 Bolland Variant (DC, 2019) – This “thank you for returning those recalled books back” variant that DC sent to retailers sold 22 copies, had a 7-day trend of 75% and had a high raw sale of $40.

#18 Bloodshot #1 (Acclaim/Valiant, 1993) – The recent trailer made this once $1 book into a $100 9.8. It sold 21 copies, had a 7-day trend of 79% and had a high sale of $100 for a CGC 9.8.

#19 Harleen #1 (DC, 2019) While it may not rock big sales, it still sells well, It sold 16 copies, had a 7-day trend of 103% and had a high raw sale of $13.

#20 John Byrne’s Next Men #14 (Dark Horse, 1993) The “first” Hellboy in comics had a rather controversial debate among collectors. Regardless, people still want them. It sold 18 copies, had a 7-day trend of 90% and had a high raw sale of $28.

14 thoughts on “CovrPrice.com Runners-Up for 11/10/19”

  1. Did they get sales of the 30 cent variants of Human Fly #1 mixed in with regular sales? I don’t think 11 copies of the variant sold last week and certainly not for $11 each. Even the price variants for an oddball comic such as Human Fly #1 sell for a bunch of money.

  2. the human fly has been requested at the last three shows I have been set up at.the #1 is a cheap bronze age book didn’t realize it ahd price variants wow covrprice is usefull for once love you all blind adam out

  3. Real snoozers this week. I had a shot at the Venom variant from Midtown at $22 before it sold out and took off. Bring it was a 1:10
    Incentive I had a hard time justifying paying double ratio knowing their incentives usually come in damaged….and it really isn’t a “first” appearance, technically. Great cover though….should have pulled the trigger just for that.

    Win some, lose some…

    It’s my B-Day today…wife is going to take me by a few out of the way shops/honey hotels that are open today.

    😁

      1. No. Codex’s came in fine, surprisingly. It’s usually Marvel 2nd prints that come all damaged. Not sure why. It just makes me very leery of ordering marvel comics online. It’s rare they are NM+’or better. So not usually worth the gamble.

      1. 👍

        Will post my scores later on the forum. Nothing too much scoring, but some books I can flip for a little $ or hold for a while.

  4. The 2 “LCS” in my city are actually part of a chain of resell (used books, movies, games, etc.) stores, but they carry new comics. They rarely get any incentive variants, but I’ve seen a few. When the Joker YOTV “thank you” came out, I asked about it and neither store knew what I was talking about (comics aren’t their focus). While I was looking at the new releases that day, the manager got a call from corporate and I heard him ask the worker if he knew about a “Joker Comic”. I told them what it was and they didn’t have one. Corporate was instructing them to pull it so they could raise the price. I went last week and both stores now have a copy in their cases for $50. I understand that it’s their choice for pricing, but it’s frustrating that corporate controls the allocation of incentives and most probably just go in the owner’s PC.

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