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  Comic cons and expos are very hit or miss, but you can typically find value regardless of where you attend. If you’ll be attending a con or expo that you’ve never attended before, do some scouting before committing your time to it. Check their website to see how many

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Like with all investments, the objective is to buy low with potential to increase in value. What’s the best way to do that? Striking gold on Craigslist, garage sales, estate sales and storage unit auctions often make for great stories, but more times than not, you’ll walk away disappointed. Why?

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  First Appearances – Probably the most important features to look for in a comic is the first appearance of a character. While some important new characters are revealed right away (Riri Williams), others may take over a decade to increase in value. For instance, who would have thought in

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Rarity – As mentioned previously, the rarer a variant is, the more likely it is to be valuable. However, that’s not always the case. In ten years if someone looks at a 1 in 100 variant and thinks it’s poor artwork, they’re not paying you for that issue just because

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Maybe the hardest market to determine in comic book collecting is the variant cover fad, which continues to increase all the time. The variant covers you get at your LCS are often difficult to gauge on their market value until the Monday or Tuesday before Wednesday’s new comic book release

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