The “Rocket Copy” from Action Comics No. Released in 1944, the merchants decided not to store it, due to its offensive cover, which featured a woman about to be attacked by hooded aggressors wearing swastikas. Originally published in 1940, the book presents the first appearance and origin of Alan Scott, A, K, A, the Green Lantern of the Golden Age. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1961, this comic shows the first Fantastic Four adventure.
This 1962 comic by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee features another first appearance, but this time it's Spider-Man. While the original comic sold for just 10 cents back in the day, four copies have sold for more than a million dollars since then. All-Star Comics 3 hasn't risen in price like many others on the list, but it's always been a valuable book, as it features the first appearance of the first superhero team known as the JSA. Sub-Mariner and the original Human Torch, later a member of the Fantastic Four, make their debut in the comics.
He has appeared in countless comic book stories from that time to the present day and has always been a popular superhero. I don't think this record is being broken, since it's unlikely that the character will star in another film, which is the main motivation for raising the most valuable comics. To be considered one of the most expensive comics, a book must be significant (key), rare and in high demand by collectors. Published by Marvel Comics in 1963, this comic features the first appearance of The X-Men and the team's original template (Cyclops, Beast, Iceman, Angel and Marvel Girl) along with Magneto and Professor X.
The price is misleading because the 5.0 (listed below) that sold for 108,000 had slightly brittle pages. It's always a big negative for any comic book. It's still possible that there are even more expensive comics waiting to be discovered. The 50 most valuable comics of the Golden Age The greats of the Golden Age are also the most valuable comics in the world.
The 9.0 CGC copies of Action Comics 1 could break all previous comic book sales records if they hit the market today, but it's hard to say with certainty. Fewer than 100 of these comics may still exist, and it's incredibly rare to find one in perfect condition. This copy of the comic received an 8.5 rating by the Certified Guaranty Company, the “world's leading external rating service for comics, trading cards, magazines, concert posters and more. The only modern book on this list, it features the first appearance of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Comics have always been popular, but they've had a certain resurgence over the past 15 years. This makes it the fourth most valuable comic, only losing third place to Action Comics 1 (which sold for $3.4 million).