War Hot 10
War Hot 10
Seems this Blue Chip makes the list every time, as it rightly deserved! In the last 2 weeks we have seen a raw listed in Fair condition (complete but missing a large piece of the cover) sale at auction for $350, a raw listed as 2.0 sold for $1,000 and a CGC 3.0 sold at $1475. A completely liquid book and continually appreciating.
Known as the first Star Spangled War Stories issue after taking over the Star Spangled Comics numbering, thus becoming a minor key in the war genre. A raw listed as Good sold for $199, with a previous slabbed 3.0 going for $250 in February. Comics are nuts right now.
This cover is kind of all over the place in sales, with a CBCS 5.5 going for $700. Featuring a Classic Bondage cover from the great Bob Lubbers, this book would be a good one to be sitting on when the market settles on it. Prices are kind of sporadic and chaotic, as I sense people are grabbing whats available at BINs instead of auctions.
Hmmmm. Seeing a trend here? Fiction House, Golden Age, Bob Lubbers, War, Good Girl Art, Bondage, Headlights. Pick your poison and see previous book if you need more back story.
After taking over the All-American Western title, this minor key is another of the books that slip under the radar. With a Raw listed as Good going for $199. Of course the legend, Jerry Grandenetti and his cover art doesn’t hurt a bit. May was wild for this book as a CGC 5.0 sold for $300 and then CGC 4.0 went for $400 a week later. Have I said how nuts comics are right now?
I have been waiting for one of these, an L.B. Cole Cover! His stuff is white hot right now and someone just got a steal on a 6.0 for $395. However, with only 2 other previous sales and only 8 on the census, I would say someone made a wise grab.
I highly doubt this artist ever escapes showing up on a war list but here we have another great Alex Schomburg Japanese War Cover. Recently moving the needle with a CGC 6.5 at $1059. Schumburg + Liquidity!
I will be the first to admit that I am not a big Supes fan, but what a great cover! A CGC 6.5 moved at $1,200+, eclipsing a 7.0 sale from February at $1,042. Respect, Clark Kent and his A-Bomb Cover!
I may not be a Supes fan but I do love the stink eye Clark is giving these two goose-stepping clowns. Others seem to as well, at least enough to pay $1,110 for a CGC 5.0! This book has been setting new highs every time it hits the market this year!
I know, another Superman, and I agree…. I have had enough! Thank God I only put 10 on this list! A raw G/VG sold at Auction for low $400’s with several slabs moving already this year, all surpassing previous highs. The one plus about all these Supes, solid Investments!!!!
Until Next Time!