#CBSIBOLO List For NCBD 4/10/19


What Is The #CBSIBOLO List?


The Bolo List was created, initially, as an Instagram exclusive piece of content I dubbed comics cliff notes. A cheat sheet of sorts, the purpose of the Bolo list is to give CBSI Nation the most up to date information as LCS doors open on NCBD.

The Bolo list is not a list of books you should buy or books that will rise in value.  It's simply a reporting of what we are seeing in social media response and chatter, talk within our community, initial ebay sales, as well as communication with retailers and posted online spoilers.

Similarly,  every 1st appearance in a given week may not be covered. We only list first appearances that are confirmed first hand or by multiple reputable sources PRIOR to NCBD. No delentiation will be made for full vs. Cameo Appearance as it is for the market to decide and that can not be done until after the books have hit on release day.

The Bolo List is ⅓ of CBSI's NCBD attack with Simpleman's Weekly Picks and The Wednesday One. I am very happy to be bringing the Bolo List to ComicBookInvest.Com and all our readers. Be sure to follow us on IG (@comicbookinvestcbsi) for other Exclusive CBSI BOLO content.





Confirmed 1ST Appearances

Reader Buzz

Variant Buzz

AKA Mr. BOLO'S Long Term Play

  • Late Printings ( Little Bird, Immortal Hulk, Silly Pig Zilly Seal, Hot Shots, GOTG, Punchline and more)


Back Issue Bolo’s





Rumors are swirling that Angela will be making her return to the Marvel Universe some time in War of Realms. CBSI's Brian Wood thinks this could be the week. Will we see those Spawn #9‘s pop on the market? It may be time to clear out those back issue bins with cheap copies sitting in them


Die #1 Cover B



Die #1 is on FIRE right now with 1st Prints trending toward $40. What has been real interesting is seeing Cover B hover at $10-15. BOLO. I expect the market to catch up to this and for Cover B's to trade for at least double their current price.


Naomi #1



With the first print cover A to Naomi #1 skyrocketing in the marketplace and landing firmly at the top spot of Ben Stein's Hot 10, one has to wonder if the 2nd print may be flying under some speculators radar. The red cover is undoubtedly lesser printed than its 1st peint counterpart but has been readily available for cover price since release. Sales have slowly creaped up to $8-10 but the demand has wavered. This book could be a future $20 bill. BOLO for cover price copies at your LCS.


Good Luck CBSI Wednesday Warriors!

-Jack DeMayo




  • Ben C

    Great call on the Naomi 2nd print, think this has a huge upside!!

  • Mike Morello

    Normally, I don’t go for the “One,” but that Web of Carnage Dell’otto is fantastic! It actually stands out from the boatload of venom-ish covers from the past couple of years. That’s hard to do. I doubt it will be hard to find, but it’s a definite pick-up for me if I come across one. Nice job, all around, Jack.

  • Clint Joslin

    Excellent snapshot for Weds Jack. Thank you for providing this info. I realize these Peach Momoko Variants are a love or hate thing, but the one for X-Tracts # 2 1:25 has a very unique look to it that will draw some attention. Agreed with Ben too on the Naomi 2nd print, stack and rack those bad boys!

  • Avatar

    What do you mean by “late printings”?

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      I think “Late Printings” is a marketing term for “Reprint” much like how they’re often now labeled as “Variants” to the original pressing. Blockbuster used to sell their rental VHS and DVD’s, remarketing them to avoid the “Used” negative moniker by calling them “Previously Viewed” to spray the marketing perfume on them. I don’t mind reprints and re-released material, but still always fall back to the 1st Printing regardless of subsequent scarcity and lower print runs of reprints as my “go-to” personally desired collectible first and foremost.

  • Gary Nusser

    Thanks as always for compiling this but I’m confused. Angela has been appearing every month in Asgardians of the Galaxy, no?

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