Top 10 Most Valuable Comic Books
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They paid HOW MUCH for these comics? Yes, some people will go to insane lengths, and shell out quite a lot of money, when it comes to these classic, groundbreaking, and extremely rare issues. Here’s a list of the most valuable issues in the history of comics.

List Rank and Entries
#10: “Captain America Comics” #1 (1941) – $343,057
#9: “Marvel Comics” #1 (1939) – $350,000
#8: “Superman” #1 (1939) – $358,500
#7: “Tales of Suspense” #39 (1963) – $375,000
#6: “Flash Comics” #1 (1940) – $450,000
#5: “Uncanny X-Men” #1 (1963) – $492,937
#4: “Batman” #1 (1940) – $567,625
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  1. i had that that action comic number one but my dog destroyed it!!!!! well not really, only comics i own are hustlers and playboys and they are worth nothing! especially because the pages are now all sticky!

  2. I have a copy of Superman #1, I don’t know if it’s a reprint or not. Can somebody help with this?

  3. Coming from someone who had all these comics in mint condition and for all of them be Stolen as a child I wish luck to all of their treasure Hunters

  4. I love the scene where Homer Simpson finds Superman nr1 in box where all things costs only 5 cents each at the Springfield swap-meet and immediately throws it away and saying junk!


  5. Bruh, i just saw the first ironman comic in a mall, it was selling for cheaps and i should of bought it, it includes a ironman figure thought.

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