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Collector LanaiHaole private msg quote post Address this user
Aloha Everyone!

I was wondering if anyone could tell me for how much I could sell my collection of 58 comics Silver Age, Bronze Age, to Present for?

All of the newer comics are NM. The older comics are from the Silver and Bronze Age are Fine to NM. The lot contains comics from Marvel, DC Comics, Zenescope, Big Dog Ink, Rothic Comics.
For all of you Marvel fans I have also included a PGX 7.0 Journey into Mystery #89 into the lot as well as 5 other signed comics.

Keep in mind I don't usually make it a habit of selling my comics as I'm only selling them to buy a Hulk 181 which is a great reason to sell. I have grouped all of the comics I’m selling, below you will find them in alphabetical order by the publisher; they are associated with starting with the newer comics first. Thank you in advance for your input.

Aspen Comics

1. Executive Assistant Assassins #16
Artists: Mike DeBalfo & Sabine Rich

Big Dog Ink

1. Critter #3 Cover C Detroit Fanfare Limited 250
Artists: Eric Basaldua & Nei Ruffino


2. Legend of Oz #4 Virgin Cover Limited 250
Artists: Natali Sanders
Signed – Natali Sanders

3. Ursa Minor #6 Cover B
Artists: Natali Sanders
Signed -Natali Sanders

Contraband

1. Notti & Nyce #3 Limited 200
Artists: Jamie Tyndall

Rothic Comics

1. Mojo #0
Artist: Eric Basaldua
Signed - Eric Basaldua & J.P. Roth

2. Mojo #1
Artists: Eric Basaldua & Nei Ruffino
Signed - Eric Basaldua & J.P. Roth

3. REM:8 #2
Artists: Dawn McTeigue & Sabine Rich

5. Southern Nightgown TPB
Artists: J Scott Campbell, Nei Ruffino & Sabine Rich

Zenescope

1. GFT Van Helsing vs Dracula #5 Cover C
Artist: Jason Cardy

2. GFT Wonderland #1 Cover C
Artists: Eric Basaldua

3. GFT Oz #1 Cover K Wraparound
Artists: Eric Basaldua

4. GFT Realm War #2 Baltimore Comic Con Limited 350
Artist: Unknown

5. GFT Wonderland #5 Limited 500
Artists: Jamie Tyndall & Ula Mos

6. GFT Wonderland #50 Cover D
Artists: Ale Garza & Ula Mos

7. GFT Alice in Wonderland One-Shot Cover D
Artists: Paolo Pantalena & Ula Mos

8. GFT Alice in Wonderland #1 Las Vegas Comic Expo
Artists: Mike DeBalfo & Ula Mos

9. GFT Alice in Wonderland Trade Paperback
Artists: Eric Basaldua & Nei Ruffino

10. GFT Zombies vs. cheerleaders Halloween Special 2014 Cover B
Artists: Elias Chatzoudis

11. GFT Zombies vs. Cheerleaders Halloween Special 2015 Cover C
Artists: Jamie Tyndall & Ula Mos

12. GFT Zombies vs. Cheerleaders Halloween Special 2014 Cover 1C
Artists: Jen Broomall

DC Comics

1. Action Comics #551
Artists: Gil Kane

2. Batgirl #39 Harley Quinn Variant Cover
Artists: Babs Tarr

3. Batman & Robin #10
Artists: Frank Quitely

4. Harley Quinn & Suicide Squad April Fools Special #1
Artists: Jim Lee & Scott Williams

5. Harley Quinn & Suicide Squad April Fools Special #1 Blank Variant
Artists: Jim Lee & Scott Williams

6. Harley Quinn #1 Valentine’s Day Special
Artists: Amanda Conner & Alex Sinclair

7. Harley Quinn #1 Valentine’s Day Special Variant
Artists: Amanda Conner & Dave Johnson

8. Harley Quinn #1 Valentine’s Day Special Variant
Artists: Amanda Conner & Alex Sinclair

9. Harley Quinn #3 Rebirth
Artists: Amanda Conner & John Timms

10. Harley Quinn #12 Lego Variant
Artists: John Timms & Chad Hardin

11. Harley Quinn #14 Volume 1
Artists: Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson
Signed: Terry Dodson

12. Harley Quinn #29
Artists: Amanda Conner & Chad Hardin

13. Harley Quinn #30 Variant
Artists: Amanda Conner & Elsa Charretier

14. Lois Lane #31
Artists: Kurt Swan and George Klein

15. Lois Lane #37
Artists: Kurt Shaffenberger

16. Lois Lane #85
Artists: Neal Adams

17. Lois Lane #94
Artists: Neal Adams

18. Superman #423 Last Issue Before Adventures of Superman
Artists: Curt Swan & Murphy Anderson

Marvel Comics

1. Amazing Adventures #3 X-Men
Artists: Bob Budiansky & Mike Esposito

2. Amazing Spider-Man Annual #22 1st Speedball
Artists: John Romita & Ron Frenz

3. Amazing Spider-Man #272
Artists: Ron Frenz & Joe Rubinstein


4. Amazing Spider-Man #275
Artists: Ron Frenz & Joe Rubinstein

5. Amazing Spider-Man #304
Artists: Todd McFarlane


6. Amazing Spider-Man #305
Artists: Todd McFarlane


7. Battlestar Gallactica #2
Artists: Ernie Colon

8. Battlestar Gallactica #3
Artists: Ernie Colon

9. Captain America #269
Artists: Mike Zeck & John Beatty

10. Fantastic Four #111
Artists: John Buscema

11. Fantastic Four #253
Artists: John Byrne

12. Fantastic Four #275
Artists: John Byrne

13. Giant-Size Defenders #3
Artists: Dan Adkins & Jim Mooney

14. Incredible Hulk #280
Artists: Steve Leialoha

15.Incredible Hulk #403
Artists: Gary Frank

16. Journey into Mystery #98 Stan Lee Story PGX 7.0
Graded: PGX 7.0
Artists: Jack Kirby

17. Peter Parker Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #7
Artists: John Romita

18. Two-Gun Kid #116
Artists: Unknown
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Collector TruckJohnson private msg quote post Address this user
Google is your friend. So there are many sites where YOU can look up comic values, and YOU can do the hard work of tabulating the value of 50 plus raw books that we can't see. Since you're looking to sell, I would pay more attention to actual selling prices rather than the so-called value of each book. Ebay is a great starting place to get a quick idea of realistic selling prices. To see selling prices, set your search in Ebay to only show you "sold listings." Good luck.
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Collector poka private msg quote post Address this user
why do it yourself if you can get someone to do it for you 😎
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Collector LanaiHaole private msg quote post Address this user
I did look at the sold items for each comic title on eBay and with the wide variety of selling prices I wanted a second opinion to make sure the price I'm thinking isn't too high or two low. So no its not to get anyone else to do it. I have only been collecting a little less than a year so I' still learning the ropes. ;-)
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Collector poka private msg quote post Address this user
Welcome to the world of comics. How do you plan to sell the comics?
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Collector Johnnylray private msg quote post Address this user
I think we have ALL been there trying to sell "lots" of comics to make a big purchase. Usually when selling as a "lot", one takes less money than selling individually- take for example a complete set of any year baseball cards: They are a big number of "x" stars and minor stars, where if broken up- sold individually -, can rake in a lot of money. I concur with the above, check other sources and see what is "hot", price it fair and sell each one rather than the lot, so you don't loose money . Ray/RI.
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Collector LanaiHaole private msg quote post Address this user
Quote:
Originally Posted by poka
Welcome to the world of comics. How do you plan to sell the comics?


Hi Poka,

Thank you for the question. I don't really care for selling much of anything on eBay but I planned on selling them there since I'm not really sure if there is a site that is geared towards comic sellers. If you know of another place let me know.

Nathan
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Collector LanaiHaole private msg quote post Address this user
Quote:
Originally Posted by Johnnylray
I think we have ALL been there trying to sell "lots" of comics to make a big purchase. Usually when selling as a "lot", one takes less money than selling individually- take for example a complete set of any year baseball cards: They are a big number of "x" stars and minor stars, where if broken up- sold individually -, can rake in a lot of money. I concur with the above, check other sources and see what is "hot", price it fair and sell each one rather than the lot, so you don't loose money . Ray/RI.


Thanks Johnny for your input. I didn't realize that I would end up with less if I sold them as a lot but what you said does make sense. I was also toying with the idea of getting the more valuable ones graded first but I'm not sure if I would be able to sell them for more if I did? If I did it that way I'd only sell the graded ones rather than everything I have. What are your thoughts on doing it that way?
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Collector Despain private msg quote post Address this user
@LanaiHaole There are a few really good Facebook groups where you can sell your comics. As long as you have a paypal account for transactions you should be good to go. It will save you the 10% eBay fee too.
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Collector Johnnylray private msg quote post Address this user
@LanaiHaole with regards to what you want to get graded and sell or keep- Just do your research (completed sales - ebay etc) first as some even though might be nice books , are NOT worth the grading costs to flip. Keep in mind postage costs etc. You might have a $10 or more book in there , but if it costs you $16 to grade- is the book worth $26 bucks plus shipping? Have any sold for that..if NO, then the book really isn't worth doing. Good Luck with everything! Ray
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Collector LanaiHaole private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks Ray!! I agree with that as I decided it would be too time consuming and expensive to do it that way so I'm in the process of listing them on eBay. I have a few Signature Series that I already listed.

Thanks again Ray! Hope you have a great christmas

Nathan
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