Most Valuable Modern Age Comics

 

The following are the most valuable modern age comics to date.

 

The Walking Dead #1 (October 2003)
Avg. Price (9.4) – $1,500

 

Amazing Spider-Man #678 (2012)
Mary Jane as Venom variant
Avg. Price: $1,400

 

Wonder Woman v2 #72 (1993)
Classic Sexy Cover by Brian Bolland
Average Price: $700

 

Batman Adventures #12 (1993)
First Appearance of Harley Quinn
Avg. Price $600

 

Batman #608 (2002): Retailer appreciation variant cover
Avg. Price: $500

 

Spawn #185E (2008): Sketch Cover
Avg Price: $500

 

Captain Marvel #17A (2013)
First Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel
Avg. Price: $450

 

NYX #3 (2004)
First Appearance of X-23 (Laura Kinney)
Avg. Price: $430

 

DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE #1F: Jim Lee Variant
Limited 1 of 500
Avg. Value: $419

 

Walking Dead #2 (2003)
Avg. Price: $400

 

Amazing Spider-Man #700G (2013): Steve Ditko cover variant
Avg. Price: $400

 

Invincible #1 (2003)
First Invincible / Mark Grayson
Avg. Price: $380

 

Walking Dead #100P (2012)
First Appearance of Negan
Avg. Price: $370

 

Edge of Spider-Verse #2 (2014): Retailer Incentive Cover
Gwen Stacy Becomes Spider-Woman
Avg. Value – $320

 

Rick and Morty #1 (2015)
First print run
Avg. Price: $320

 

Walking Dead #163B
Avg. Price: $300

 

Walking Dead #19 (2005)
First Appearance of Michonne
Avg. Price: $280

 

Siege #3C: Joe Quesada Sketch Variant Cover
Avg. Price: $250

 

Harley Quinn #1 (2013) Adam Hughes Variant
Avg. Price: $250

 

Walking Dead #100L (2012) Ottley Sketch Cover
Avg. Price: $250

 

X-23 #1B (2010) Dell’Otto Variant Cover
Avg. Price: $250

 

Chew #1 (October 2003)
Avg. Price $240

 

Wolverine #145 (1998)
Avg. Price $220

 

Siege #3D (2010): Campbell Variant Deadpool cover
Avg. Price: $200

 

Peter Panzerfaust #1
Avg. Price: $200

 

Noah Hard Cover #1A
Over-Sized, Special Edition, Numbered. Limited to 300 copies
Avg. Price: $200

 

Walking Dead #3
Avg. Price $200

 

Preacher #1 (1995)
Avg. Price: $200

 

Wytches #1E
NYCC 2014 convention edition
Avg. Price $200

 

Thief of Thieves #1A ComicsPro Edition
Avg. Price: $200

 

Batman #1 New 52 (2011) Sketch Variant
Avg. Price: $200

 

Elseworlds 80-Page Giant #1 (1999)
RARE – most copies destroyed after recall
Avg. Price: $180

 

Spider-Gwen #1 (2015) Hughes Variant Cover
Avg. Price: $180

 

Venom/Deadpool What If…? #1 (2011)
Avg. Price: $160

 

Wolverine #1 (2010): J. Scott Campbell Deadpool Variant Cover
Avg. Price: $150

 

Saga #1 (2012)
Avg. Price: $150

 

Uncanny X-Men #500B (2008) Sketch Variant
Avg. Price: $150

 

Hellboy: The Fury #3 (2011) Retailer Incentive variant
Avg. Price: $150

 

Goon #1 (1999)
First full appearance of Zombie Priest, Joey the Ball, Franky and Goon
Avg. Price: $140

 

Marvel Collectible Classics: Spider-Man #1 (reprints #300 with chromium cover)

Avg. Price: $140

 

Harbinger #1 (1992)
Avg. Price: $130

 

Spawn #1A (1997)
Black and White Edition
Avg. Price: $120

 

Danger Girl #2 (1998): Ruby Red Smoking Gun variant cover
Avg. Price: $120

 

Walking Dead #27 (2006)
First Appearance of the Governor
Avg. Price: $120

 

Honorable Mentions

 

Vengeance of Bane Special (1993)
First Appearance of Bane
Avg. Price: $80

 

Alias #1 (2001)
First Appearance of Jessica Jones
Avg. Price: $80

 

Runaways #1 (2003)
Origin and first Appearance
Avg. Price: $70

 

Amazing Spider-Man #361 (1992)
First Appearance of Carnage
Avg. Price: $70

 

Batman Adventures v2 #16 (2004)
Classic Joker and Harley Quinn Wedding Cover
Avg. Price: $65

 

Rachel Rising #1 (2011)
Avg. Price: $60

 

Detective Comics #880 (2011)
Classic Joker Cover by Jock
Avg. Price: $60

 

Batman #635 (2005)
First Jason Todd as Red Hood
Avg. Price $60

 

What If? v2 #105 (1998)
1st Appearance Spider-Girl (May Parker)
Avg. Price: $56

 

Marvel Super-Heroes #8 (1992, “Winter Special” on cover)
Origin and First Appearance of Squirrel Girl
Avg. Price: $50

 

 

 

 

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