Top Ten for Week of 10/6/23

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1. Wolverine #37 – Greg Capullo – Virgin (1 Per Store)
Greg Capullo is a legend in the community. He’s delivered countless timeless covers, but few and far between for Marvel. He’s back with a vengeance for this one per-store variant, and with the success issue #36 has been, this book looks to topple it. It’s cooled slightly, as copies were snapped up from the aftermarket, but some are still willing to pay the price. If you’re a fan of Wolverine or Capullo, this book has both in spades! We tracked 103 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 118%, with a high sale of $100 for a raw copy and an NM FMV of $59.

2. Void Rivals #4 – Karen S. Darboe – Spoiler (1:25)
Void Rivals has been a smash hit, and that’s just leading up to the release and crossover partner Transformers #1. Fans of the series got a treat with this book, featuring Shockwave front and center. He’s got a new design, but those who know the original series know this is one bad bot! Robert Kirkman is delivering, and fans are showing their continued support on the aftermarket! We tracked 40 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 272%, with a high sale of $130 for a CGC 9.8 pre-sale copy and a current raw NM FMV of $65.

3. All-New Wolverine #1 – Bengal – Regular
We saw issue #2 spiking a few weeks ago, and now it’s this book’s turn! It’s the debut of X-23 as Wolverine in the classic costume, and it’s seeing a spike after another Deadpool 3 rumor hit the internet. It was reported that Marvel was working to bring Daphne Keen, X-23 from LOGAN, onto the project before the strike derailed talks. The strike is over, and fans eagerly await to know if that rumor is true. While they wait, they opted to hit the aftermarket in search of this book, as it’s already been rumored there would be multiple cameos featuring Wolverine’s from the Multiverse. We tracked 51 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 149%, with a high sale of $120 for a CGC 9.8 copy and a current raw NM FMV of $28.

4. Wolverine #36 – Ryan Stegman – Regular
This book marked the first appearance of Hellverine. You read that right: Wolverine is imbued with the Spirit of Vengeance! It was an aftermarket darling immediately, rocketing Wolverine to S-Tier in the Marvel Universe. It already had hype before it dropped, which only increased as those who missed it at the LCS scoured the aftermarket. But fret not. A 2nd print is soon to hit shelves! We tracked 38 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 120%, with a high sale of $29 for a raw copy and a current NM FMV of $23.

5. Spawn #1
Well, we have eyes on those Spawn skins set to appear in the upcoming Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 battle pass, and they’re sweet! Not just one skin, however, but 8, 2 of which were Al Simmons himself. That had fans returning to the original in this book. It’s the arguable King of the Aftermarket, routinely selling well every year. It remains a cheap, plentiful, timeless key book that fans love to revisit. We tracked 50 copies sold at a 7-day trend of 87%, with a high sale of $193 for a CGC 9.8 and a raw NM FMV of $31.

6. Night Of The Cadillacs #1 – Cvr A Prior
Per the Hollywood Reporter, yet another deep-cut comic is receiving an adaptation. Ex Posse Studios and Scout Comics have teamed up with Sony to produce an adaptation featuring a member of a vampire gang running off with a human woman. That’s the bare minimum you need to know, and we encourage you to dive down the rabbit hole-it’s worth it. Along with the digital adaptation, we’re receiving a comic adaptation called Lip Stick Cliqa from Scout Comics later this year. Both books are available as of this writing over at! We tracked 33 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 116%, with a high sale of $35 for a CGC 9.8 copy and a current raw NM FMV of $6.

7. Spider-Man 2099 Vol.1 #1
It’s astounding to see Spider-Man 2099 still hitting this list so far removed from his major movie debut. There are numerous reasons behind that sustained success, like collectibility, being in a movie, being awesome, etc. Those factors have culminated in the momentum behind this book, with one of the most recent reasons, the “true” first appearance debate! We tracked 29 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 119%, with a high sale of $175 for a CGC 9.8 copy and a raw NM FMV of $14.

8. Superman For All Seasons #1
James Gunn strikes again! This book was relegated to the $5 and under bin for years, but no longer. Recently, James Gunn cited this book as one of his favorite Superman stories and an inspiration for the upcoming Superman: Legacy. It’s a classic Superman story, following him through different points in life, narrated by those who affected him. Crafty creator extraordinaire James Gunn can do a lot with a story so full of heart. We tracked 23 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 133%, with a high sale of $14 for a raw copy and a current raw VF FMV of $5. This book is all over, so keep your eyes peeled!

9. Dazzler Vol.1 #1
Maybe those T-Swift rumors were close to the mark? Just when this book looked finished riding the high of speculation, it received a shot in the arm. This past weekend, Taylor Swift was seen at the Jets vs. Chiefs game. You may think, “Yeah, she’s dating Travis Kelce”. You’d be correct, but other members of her posse included Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, and Director of Deadpool 3, Shawn Levy. While this is nowhere near confirmation, it will significantly fuel the fire. It will likely be a while before we get confirmation. So, buckle in, as it appears to be on an upward trajectory again! We tracked 26 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 81%, with a high sale of $180 for a CGC 9.8 and a current raw VF FMV of $11.

10. Heart Attack #1
As quickly as this book rose with confirmation that it would receive the live-action treatment, it fell off even quicker. Yet, it has made another appearance on this list. Fans can get swept up in the flurry of news that often batters the community, but projects with momentum behind them typically rise again. This book is no different, promising to bring an interesting premise from the comic page to a TV near you. The subject matter hits a little close to home, making some fans nervous. Despite that, aftermarket sales have continued to rise, along with the FMV of this book! It’s still a cheap book and out there for those on the hunt! We tracked 15 copies sold, at a 7-day trend of 130%, with a high sale of $18 for a raw copy and a current NM FMV of $13.

One thought on “ Top Ten for Week of 10/6/23”

  1. That Wolverine Capullo variant has so many things going against it. It’s a janky illustration. Also,they were amazingly easy to snag in my bergh. I feel like the only thing it really has going for it is scarcity. You can have it.

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