OBS Staff Member Rose brings us this weeks Comic Book Release List for Nov. 4, 2009!
Listed by Publisher
ANARCHY STUDIOS/HARRIS COMICS
Vampirella Second Coming #1 (Arthur Suydam Museum Edition Incentive Cover) (release not confirmed), AR
Vampirella Second Coming #3 (Franchesco Cover), $1.99
Vampirella Second Coming #3 (Joe Jusko Cover), $1.99
Code Geass Lelouch Of The Rebellion Vol 6 GN, $10.99
Gundam 00F Vol 1 GN (release not confirmed) $10.99
Lucky Star Vol 2 GN, $10.99
James Jean SKRWL Triptych Journal Collection, $14.95
Zombies Record Of Year Of Infection SC, $19.95
Authority #16, $2.99
Batman Battle For The Cowl Companion TP, $14.99
Batman Confidential #36, $2.99
Like A Dog HC, $22.99
Stumptown #1, $3.99
Nancy Drew Box Set Vol 13-16, $29.95
Tales From The Crypt Vol 8 Stinky Dead Kid GN, $7.95
Angel #27 (Angel: Aftermath) (Stephen Mooney Cover), $3.99
Angel #27 (Angel: Aftermath) (Nick Runge Cover), $3.99
Christmas Carol HC, $14.99
Age Of Bronze #29, $3.50
Haunt #1 (2nd Printing), $2.99
KENZER & COMPANY
Knights Of The Dinner Table #155, $4.99
Comic Buyers Guide 2010 Comic Book Checklist & Price Guide TP (16th Edition), $19.99
Amazing Spider-Man #610, $2.99
Assault On New Olympus (One Shot), $3.99
Astonishing X-Men #32 (Phil Jimenez Regular Cover), $2.99
Astonishing X-Men #32 (Super Hero Squad Variant Cover), AR
NANA Vol 19 TP, $9.99
Naruto Chapter Book Vol 10 The First Test, $4.99
Rosario + Vampire Vol 10 GN (release not confirmed), $9.99
Shaman King Vol 25 TP, $9.99
Shonen Jump Vol 7 #12 (Dec 2009), $4.99
Vampire Knight Vol 8 TP, $9.99
And we also have some interesting facts of some of the comics, people would pay millions for.
$100 K for a single comic book?
www.kmox.com: They may be called “comics”, but the money they’re generating at auction is no laughing matter.
They’re halfway through a 2-day event at Ameristar Casino being conducted by Mound City Auctions, and auctioneer Rob Weiman, who calls himself “Rob Lite” because his father is also named Rob (or “Rob Classic”), reports that on Sunday, they sold a copy of “X-Men #1” for $101,000.
A copy of “Avengers #1” sold for $62,000, and Weiman says the total haul from Session 1 topped $490,000.
On Monday, it’s more of the same.
“Justice League of America #1 graded at 8.5 (on a scale of 10)…that one we’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about from the guys who’ve been here to buy them,” Weiman says. “I would say that one might go for as much as $30,000.”
But the big fisn in today’s lot is expected to be a copy of “Amazing Fantasy #15”, coveted by collectors because it’s the first appearance of Spider-Man.
Even though it’s only rated 8 out of 10 in part because it has some “off-white pages”, Weiman anticipates the final selling price to be between $50,000 and $80,000, if not higher.
Wow, all that money for comics, but I guess other people would pay money like that for other things. Hmm, I don’t know how much money I would pay for the last number of “Batman: Hush” 😉 Is there something that you would pay millions for?