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#10 DEFENDERS #1 MOMOKO SILVER SURFER BLACK (1:50) | MARVEL | 2021 This issue features a new Defenders team, consisting of Dr. Strange, Silver Surfer, Red Harpy, the Masked Raider, and Cloud. However, it also features the first cameo appearance of Omnimax and the first appearance of Taaia, the mother of Galactus. Taaia’s’ appearance appears to be the key driver of recent sales which sold 11 copies, had a 7-day trend of 325% and had a high raw sale of $340.
#9 INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #9 2ND PRINT | MARVEL | 2016 Recently, Kevin Feige noted that “We’re shooting Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, right now, and the character of Riri Williams, you will meet in Black Panther 2 first. She started shooting, I think, this week before her Ironheart series.” While we KNEW Riri was coming to her own series, played by actress Dominique Thorne, this surprise news lit a huge fire under ALL key Riri issues and covers. While Marvel makes it VERY clear that Riri’s first appearance is in Invincible Iron Man #7, the market has clearly chosen #9 where she has a more substantial appearance. This tough to find 2nd print is now a market leader after selling 14 copies, had a 7-day trend of 262% and had a high raw sale of $650.
#8 INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #9 | MARVEL | 2016 Back-to-back #9’s is again a nice reminder as to how the market prefers this book as the first full appearance of Riri. It sold 29 copies, had a 7-day trend of 126% and had a high sale of $775 for a CGC 9.8. For comparison, Invincible Iron Man #7 sold this week for $400 in a 9.8.
#7 THE ETERNALS #1 | MARVEL | 1976 Last week, we also received a great new ETERNALS trailer, which just looks amazing. The market is confident in buying up copies of their first appearance in this issue as it sold 29 copies, had a 7-day trend of 135% and had a high sale of $2,275 for a CGC 9.8.
#6 MILES MORALES SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #1 TONY FLEECS (1:25) | MARVEL | 2021 This fun cover is done by super hot artist Tony Fleecs of STRAY DOG. Stray fans and Miles fans were ALL over this cover, selling 29 copies with a 7-day trend of 145% and a high raw sale of $160.
#5 MARVEL SUPER-HEROES SECRET WARS #1 | MARVEL | 1984 Rumors of the MCU building towards SECRET WARS in the future were trending last week. So much so that it sold 28 copies, had a 7-day trend of 154% and had a high sale of $720 for a CGC 9.8.
#4 IRONHEART #9 | MARVEL | 2019 As noted by Feige, Riri will show up first in Black Panther 2. Due to that, this first appearance of Riri and Shuri took off pretty quickly. It sold 19 copies, had a 7-day trend of 301% and had a high raw sale of $150.
#3 INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #1 | MARVEL | 2016 Yep, more Riri news. It’s really amazing how many people waited for market height to buy a copy of this first cover appearance of Riri in her (temp) Ironheart armor (which didn’t happen until issue #3). This standard cover sold 49 copies, had a 7-day trend of 142% and had a high sale of $260 for a CGC 9.8.
#2 PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE #1 AGGRESSIVE VERSION | BAD IDEA | 2021 Bad Idea tends to hit our Top 10 almost every time they put out a new book. This is mostly due to most fans having to turn to online sales with the publisher being VERY tough to find in stores. There are two versions of this book. The “Aggressive” storyline and internal variant “Passive” storyline. Both were extremely hot. While the Passive storyline sells for more, this Aggressive version was a tad easier to find with it selling 76 copies with a 7-day trend of 117% and had a high raw sale of $50.
#1 BATMAN URBAN LEGENDS #6 | DC | 2021 A holdover from last week, this issue explores Tim Drake’s sexuality. The story sets the table for the story to continue in Urban Legends #10. Obviously, the issue has stirred a lot of debate and conversations across comic chatter. Those very conversations continue to drive collectors to pick up 103 copies last week with a 7-day trend of 98% and had a high raw sale of $46.