Hot Comics – The One Hundred And Fifty Dollar Club (May 2014)

locke-key-1-welcome-to-lovecraft-hc-w-logosFollowing on from the Three Hundred and Two Hundred Dollar Club runaround eBay, here's a look at modern day comic books that have recently sold copies for over a hundred and fifty dollars.  All raw copies, no slabbing here, no variant covers, no artificial collect-ability, just the standard books that, if you have them in your collection, could pay your rent for a few months.

And yes, again, one series continues to dominate.

Walking Dead #7 – $184

Walking Dead #5 – $182

Walking Dead #53 (1st Abraham) – $177

Epic Illustrated #3 – $167 – the very first appearance of Dreadstar, now with lots of movie buzz, especially in the wake of Guardians Of The Galaxy.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2 – $165

New Teen Titans #2 – $162-first Deathstroke, as recently seen in Arrow. A massive increase this one.

The Goon #1 – $153 – fallen in value from a couple of years ago, but movie news keeps this up there.

Dime Press #4 – $152 – a very early Hellboy appearance still performs.

Invincible #1 – $150 – its not just one Robert Kirkman comic on this list.

Miracleman #15 – $150 – even with the upcoming reprint, this superhero event of destruction keeps its value.

Locke & Key $1 – $150 – a big boost for this,even though the series never happened.

Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 (2008) –$150 – the first appearance of the Guardians that the movie is most based on, from their DNA origins.

About Rich Johnston

Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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