Silver Age (1956-1970) Bronze Age (1970-198 Modern Age (1985-present) They are organized quite randomly, with no attempt to actually keep them in order of value by selling records. But rest assured that if they are here, they are RARE. We'll tell you how much yours is worth. One of the first things you should look for to determine the value of a comic is its age.
The ideal is to look for comics that are from the 70s or earlier, since they are more likely to be valuable. The circulation was short, only 11 issues, many of them “daring”, and all the issues of Phantom Lady are rare and well-compiled comics. This is another comic that was in dollar containers for many years, but has recently started to attract the attention of collectors. This comic (along with Action Comics) is also very rare, so finding an unrestored (or even restored) copy can be nearly impossible outside of auctions.
Adventure Comics 40 was published after the 1939 New York World Comic Book Fair (which made that number the first technical appearance of the Sandman character). This comic features the first appearance of Machine Man (originally called X-5) by Jack Kirby, who would become a pillar of the Marvel Universe. If you've found any of these great JLA comics, have Sell My Comic Books evaluate them for free. The price is misleading because the 5.0 (listed below) that sold for 108,000 had slightly brittle pages, which is always a big negative for any comic.
Keep in mind that this is because many comics with price variants are difficult to find and there is a collector's market for them. Before Spider-Man became the star of several comic book series, television shows and movie franchises, he was a special character featured in number No.