8 Marvels Comics Perhaps Equal to Your Lifetime Savings
Maybe, the comic collection is not just a hobby for you; it is more than the passion that you want to hike up to the peak over time. If you are also a die-hard fan of marvel comics who for centuries has been setting a legendary standard across people's minds, then this article will tickle a unique pleasure to your soul by providing something unbelievable to your comics-craving eyes.
Perhaps you have skipped purchasing these comics, or you have never been prepared to own one of these comics. So here, we have piled up some breathtaking comic editions that are not less than a super treasure if you are lucky enough to own one.
You will gain a fanciful emotion-charged experience once you take a glimpse over the prices of these premium comic editions. These comics' stories were so incredibly outlined with action-packed figures, that even today it forces the modern generation to dive into the comical world.
That’s why their value is worth it. So, without wasting time, let's get into these marvel series and unleash why they are so expensive.
1. Captain America Comics #128 (1942) — $200,000
The comics you liked-most probably comes once in a lifetime, and this Captain America Comics 128 page issue is one of them. Surprisingly, the price of this issue was only 25-cent. Suppose you were in Canada in January 1942 and be lucky enough to purchase even an incomplete edition of it. In that case, you are holding a ticket to a bumper-prize and can easily earn $5,400 and earn $200,000 for a complete edition.
2. The Incredible Hulk (1962) - $230,000
Another precious comic belongs to the Incredible Hulk (1962 edition) that features a flash of 'the hulk in grey color.' Few parts of the comic are inspired by Ben Grimm- the fantastic Four's character (The Thing). There were only six issues of the comic introduced till March 1963. For generations, the incredible hulk popularity was increasingly observed, and till now the comic holds high values among incredible hulk fans who are ready to spend millions of dollars on hulk collectibles.
3. Avengers #1 (1963) — $275,000
There is a unique pleasure of starting a journey to a mystery tale that was initially introduced a century ago. How Loki is using its mighty magic, and how the powerful heroes defeat him, everything is truly fantastic in this comic. Today’s avengers has got heroes and some other famous characters, you get lots more than what you would expect in the first avengers' issues. But make sure you keep this edition neat if you've purchased it back in the day, because it can make you a rich person today.
4. Fantastic Four #1 (1961) — $300,000
Fantastic Four has been increasingly enjoyed for generations. Doesn’t matter if it is the movie or comics, people still praise the imaginary insight of Stan Lee, the founder of Fantastic Four. From vibrant costumes to dialogues, everything is beautifully outlined in the comic. It is so beautiful that for a few seconds, you will find yourself inside the comic world. The remarkable thing about this comic is that the heroes in fantastic four have been described uniquely. They aren't perfectionist of their powers from the beginning, but they do so many things throughout the comics that amp up your excitement level while you move through the pages.
5. Marvel Mystery Comics 128-Page Issue Variant Edition (1942) — $485,000
Now we have a genuinely precious edition of Marvel, because till today only five known copies of Marvel Mystery Comic (1942) exist. It simply describes the rarity of this one-of-its-kind comic. This comic was initially distributed in New York City the first time, and if you are one of those people who got their hands on this precious comic at that time, you will be able to earn a massive amount of money for this edition of Marvel Mystery Comics.
6. Captain America Comics #1 (1941) — $630,000
This comic edition is jam-packed with action, that's why right from its launch in 1941, the comic grabbed colossal popularity. Luckily, the copies of this edition were made in millions, so search for it in your wardrobes thoroughly to find it there. Since it was released in wartime, its preciousness also becomes well-noticeable. For instance, if you are holding no.1 issue of the Captain America comic, you can become the owner of 630,000 dollars.
7. Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962) — $700,000
Today, no one would be able to see the blockbuster film the Spider-Man if the story was not featured in Marvel's Amazing Fantasy editions, describing how one day a 'normal guy' transforms into an 'abnormal guy' with extraordinary powers. Everything in this comic will never-be-forgotten, and since spider-man is also one of the reasons behind Marvel's success, the high value is worth it.
8. Marvel Comics #1 (1939) — $875,000
Ultimately, the most expensive Marvel's edition will probably cross a million dollars range in the future. The birth-year 1939 evidences that the original edition has covered a long mile. The comic is so expensive because you discover the glare of every hero in an introduction style.