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Valuable DC Comics Titles

  • Action ComicsAction Comics (1938 - 2019)
    DC/National Comics rocked the industry and set the standard with the introduction of SUPERMAN in issue#1; perhaps the most coveted and expensive comic book ever! You may be able to retire if you own this one! See Quality's online price guide and be in awe
  • Adventure ComicsAdventure Comics (1938 - 2010)
    One of DC's longest running titles brought us favorites such as THE SANDMAN, HOURMAN,LEGION OF S.H and notably SUPERBOY! Early & Key issues are most valuable-details on our price guide!
  • All-American ComicsAll-American Comics (1939 - 1948)
    DC's All-American Comics introduced the world to THE (original) GREEN LANTERN with issue #16! High-quality stories and great backups make these 40's issues having collectors clamoring for originals! Examples of going rates here...
  • All-American Men of WarAll-American Men of War (1952 - 1966)
    Gritty 1950's war title from DC! Early issues are coveted among war collectors, and key issues introduce favorite characters GUNNER & SARGE and JOHNNY CLOUD! See what yours may be worth, just follow the title link!
  • All-FlashAll-Flash (1941 - 1948)
    Flash Comics, so popular for DC in the early 40's, that they started All-Flash Quarterly. And it was just that - it came out 4 times a year, and featured only FLASH stories, no backup features! Jam-packed with great stories and art, market value is high..
  • All-Star ComicsAll-Star Comics (1940 - 2016)
    "What if we took our most popular heroes, and put them in one book as a team?" This was a fairly new idea when DC debuted ALL-STAR in 1940! Dubbed THE JUSTICE SOCIETY of AMERICA, All-Star set the standard for all "team" books!
  • AquamanAquaman (1962 - 1978)
    A relatively minor DC character from the Golden-Age, AQUAMAN became widely adored when he was revived for the Silver-Age! See what key issues to look for in Quality's online price guide! Click the title link above!
  • AtomAtom (1962 - 1968)
    Another DC hero that originated in the 40's, THE ATOM was given a face-lift and re-branded for the 60's. One of the most dynamic and innovative books of the era, these are getting hot on the collectors market! Do you have any issues?
  • BatmanBatman (1940 - 2019)
    The Dark Knight is 80 Years Old! Have Old Batman Comics? See what yours are worth!
  • Boy Commandos (1942)Boy Commandos (1942) (1942 - 1949)
    A great and often funny book, BOY COMMANDOS were, in essence, a group of misfit-wiseguy kids from Brooklyn that band together to go fight the Nazis in WWII! Rare early issues are Golden-Age favorites, but all the issues are valuable! Check details above..
  • Brave And The BoldBrave And The Bold (1955 - 2017)
    Started as an adventure themed book, Brave and The Bold became one of DC's "try-out" books, and introduced THE JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, SUICIDE SQUAD, and the TEEN TITANS! It became a BATMAN team-up book, but the key early books can mean $$ in the bank!
  • Challengers Of The UnknownChallengers Of The Unknown (1958 - 1978)
    Challengers of The Unknown was one of the very finest "team/adventure" books when DC first presented them in the late 1950's. Top Notch stories and art make earlier issues much sought-out! #14 features the 1st appearance of MULTI-MAN!
  • Comic CavalcadeComic Cavalcade (1942 - 1954)
    Another jumbo -sized quarterly offered by DC beginning in 1942! WONDER WOMAN, THE FLASH, & THE GREEN LANTERN were featured in every issue of this scarce comic book! Very hard to find, and fetching top dollar!
  • Detective ComicsDetective Comics (1937 - 2019)
    This is A BIG ONE in American popular culture! Although is existed for a while, it was with issue #27 that history was made with the 1st appearance of BATMAN!! All his early appearances go for astronomical amounts! #27 is a "Holy Grail" find!
  • FlashFlash (1959 - 1985)
    DC decided to re-vamp THE FLASH in the 60's in a new incarnation from his 1940's counterpart. It became a consistently best-selling title for them for over 25 years! If you have early or key issues, there is some value there!
  • Flash ComicsFlash Comics (1939 - 2016)
    DC Comics in the 40's just seemed to be racking up hit after hit, and when they introduced THE FLASH in 1939, he quickly became one of the most beloved heroes in their roster! Originals fetch top dollar! See our price guide!
  • G.I. CombatG.I. Combat (1957 - 1987)
    DC's G.I. Combat remains a favorite among War comic collectors. Several key issues are rising in value! Issue #87 has the first appearance of the popular feature HAUNTED TANK! Check what prices key issues are fetching by using Quality Comix's price guide!
  • Green LanternGreen Lantern (1960 - 1988)
    DC's run of character revivals from the Golden-Age struck gold once again with their 60's re-boot of GREEN LANTERN. Great stories and art made this one an instant classic! Check what early issues and key issues are worth by clicking the title!
  • HawkmanHawkman (1964 - 1968)
    The ever-compelling HAWKMAN re-emerged for DC in the 60's. One of the most original of the DC stable of stars, issues of his own book are always rising in value! Check our online price guide!
  • House Of SecretsHouse Of Secrets (1956 - 1978)
    DC proved themselves capable of producing a quality horror title in the Silver-Age with HOUSE OF SECRETS! This book gave the world ECLIPSO, ABEL, and SWAMP THING! Very hunted-for by discerning horror fans!
  • Justice League Of AmericaJustice League Of America (1960 - 1987)
    Perhaps the most popular "team" title ever! DC's JLA is extremely loved and very collectible with early and key issues being of high value! See examples of going prices here!
  • Leading ComicsLeading Comics (1941 - 1950)
    1941 saw DC's Leading Comics hit the shelves. A perhaps underrated hero book which was home to SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY, with issue #15 it abruptly became strictly a "funny animal" book! All collectible, but the 1st 14 issues are the real money earners!
  • Mister MiracleMister Miracle (1971 - 1978)
    From the endlessly imaginative mind of Jack Kirby sprang Mister Miracle in 1971. DC's run of Kirby's classic "Fourth World" books are enduring and appealing to collectors! See what yours may be worth!
  • More Fun ComicsMore Fun Comics (1936 - 2017)
    A humor book at it's inception, More Fun abruptly changed course when the superhero craze took off. We got THE SPECTRE, Dr. FATE, GREEN ARROW, and JOHNNY QUICK in these pages, until switching back to a humor title.The first-rate hero books are most wanted
  • Mystery In SpaceMystery In Space (1951 - 1981)
    A respectable sci-fi book in it's own right, DC's Mystery In Space, with issue #53, became the permanent home for the great space-hero ADAM STRANGE! Check Quality Comix's online price guide for current going rates!
  • Our Army at WarOur Army at War (1952 - 1977)
    Known for their stellar War Comics, DC kicked it up a notch in issue #81 with the formal introduction of SGT. ROCK! Perhaps the most iconic comic book soldier of all time! His early issues are among the most desired war books on the market!
  • Our Fighting ForcesOur Fighting Forces (1954 - 1978)
    Long-running DC War comic book that gave us faves GUNNER & SARGE and THE LOSERS! Check out what these increasingly collectible comics are going for on Quality Comix's online price guide! Click the title, and follow the link(s)!
  • Sensation ComicsSensation Comics (1942 - 1952)
    After being introduced in All-Star #8, DC completed their "holy three" lineup (along with Superman & Batman) by giving WONDER WOMAN a permanent home in Sensation Comics! All issues of this 40's classic fetch high prices on the market!
  • ShowcaseShowcase (1956 - 2016)
    DC's Showcase was their premier title for introducing & re-introducing new characters in the 50's & 60's;FLASH, GREEN LANTERN, AQUAMAN, THE ATOM, THE CREEPER all emerged or re-emerged here! These key issues are very collectible!
  • Star Spangled ComicsStar Spangled Comics (1941 - 1952)
    Many DC heroes went through the ranks of Star Spangled. Debuting in 1941, we got STAR SPANGLED KID, NEWSBOY LEGION w/ THE GUARDIAN, ROBOTMAN, LIBERTY BELLE, & ROBIN's solo adventures! Golden-Age collectors clamor for these top-dollar books!
  • Star Spangled War StoriesStar Spangled War Stories (1952 - 1977)
    Among the ranks of DC's Star Spangle War Stories passed some of best-loved characters of the genre. THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER, ENEMY ACE, & MADEMOISELLE MARIE all had lengthy runs in this increasingly collectible title! Check current values on our price guide!
  • Strange AdventuresStrange Adventures (1950 - 1973)
    Top-flight sci-fi comic book from DC, this series gave us CAPT. COMET earlier on-but with issue #205, the radically original DEADMAN was introduced! Truly revolutionary, no other hero like him had ever been seen before! His appearances are valuable finds
  • SuperboySuperboy (1900 - 2003)
    Superboy proved to be so popular that DC gave him his own title in 1949. Always a good bit of fun, key issues gave us 1st appearances of BIZARRO, SHAR-LA, PETE ROSS & MON-EL! Yours may be worth money - see the price guide!
  • SupermanSuperman (1900 - 2017)
    After the overwhelming success of The Man Of Steel in Action Comics, DC wisely gave SUPERMAN his own title! Ceaselessly collectible, the first 100 issues are the most coveted and valuable!
  • Superman's Girl Friend, Lois LaneSuperman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (1958 - 1974)
    Superman was SO bankable for DC, that they started giving supporting characters their own titles, LOIS LANE among them. The earlier issues hold the most value, plus the infamous "blackface" issue #106, considered a major faux-pas from DC!
  • Superman's Pal, Jimmy OlsenSuperman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen (1954 - 1974)
    After Superboy, Jimmy Olsen was the next Superman supporting character to be given his own comic. Often whimsical, there are plenty of cameos from The Big Guy himself! Things got weird when Jimmy entered Kirby's "Fourth World" storyline. Early issues =$$$
  • TomahawkTomahawk (1950 - 1972)
    The Western-Frontier genre is very niche in comicdom, but DC had success when they introduced TOMAHAWK in 1950. The series ran for 22 years - a testament to the consistent quality of the book! Early issues are most sought-after, and are climbing in value!
  • Wonder WomanWonder Woman (1942 - 2011)
    A fan favorite, DC decided to give WONDER WOMAN her own book in 1940. The series took a brief left turn in the late 60's when WW gave up her powers, and the book changed it's name to "Diana Prince : Wonder Woman." 1940's issues are top collectors items!
  • World's Best ComicsWorld's Best Comics (1941 - 1941)
    The rarest of the rare in Golden Age collectibles, this 1 issue of World's Best was the prototype for what became World's Finest Comics - the book that teamed-up Superman & Batman! See the top prices this one-off is going for by following the title link!
  • World's Finest ComicsWorld's Finest Comics (1941 - 1997)
    DC's enduring, long-running Superman-Batman team-up title! All the 1940's Golden-Age issues are getting harder to find, and demanding high prices! Examples of key issues and current values are searchable on Quality Comix's online price guide!

Valuable Marvel Titles

  • Amazing Adult FantasyAmazing Adult Fantasy (1961 - 1994)
    This Marvel offering was in the suspense/horror vein - but this title is mostly known as the precursor of the comic that introduced Spider-Man (in issue #15, dropping the "Adult"from the title).See what the earlier issues go for by clicking above!
  • Amazing FantasyAmazing Fantasy (1962 - 2005)
    The iconic first appearance of SPIDER-MAN! It goes without saying that this is one of the most valuable comic books ever! See examples of the extraordinary prices that this classic is fetching by clicking the link! If you have it, Quality is buying!
  • Amazing Spider-ManAmazing Spider-Man (1963 - 2018)
    Most important and popular superhero created since Batman!
  • AvengersAvengers (1963 - 2006)
    This comic book solidified Marvel's position as the #1 purveyor of Silver-Age hero greatness! So many important characters in the Marvel Universe were introduced within these pages, we can't list them all! Follow the link for key-issues and prices!
  • Captain AmericaCaptain America (1968 - 2002)
    Since Marvel brought Cap back from the dead in the 60's, he has remained one of the most popular and collectible characters! See the key issues on Quality's price guide!
  • Conan The BarbarianConan The Barbarian (1970 - 1993)
    THE premier sword and sorcery comic book from Marvel's prolific Bronze-age! Collectors hunt endlessly for issue #23 - which introduces RED SONJA! See values in our price-guide!
  • DaredevilDaredevil (1964 - 2010)
    The Man Without Fear was one of the most original heroes introduced by Marvel in the 60's! See if you may have any of the key issues by clicking the title link!
  • DefendersDefenders (1970 - 1986)
    In the tradition of The Avengers, Marvel introduced "supergroup" The Defenders in the 70's. A consistently enjoyable title, #10 is a key issue in the "Avengers/Defenders War" saga! This in-demand book has been selling for respectable prices!
  • EternalsEternals (1976 - 1978)
    When Jack Kirby returned to Marvel in the mid-70's, he offered The Eternals from his ever fruitful imagination. When Gods Walked The Earth! Early issues are going up in demand and price! Click on the key issues for examples of recent sales...
  • Fantastic FourFantastic Four (1961 - 2015)
    This is the book that ushered in the "Marvel Age of Comics!" The FF's popularity virtually changed the focus of the whole industry back to the superhero genre! So many characters made their first appearances here - these books can be a sound investment!
  • Giant-Size X-MenGiant-Size X-Men (1975 - 1999)
    The introduction of the "new" X-MEN was a game changer for team books! Giant-Size X-Men #1 is one of the most in-demand comics on the market, and one of the most valuable books of the 70's! See what it has been selling for by following the link!
  • Incredible Hulk (1968)Incredible Hulk (1968) (1962 - 2010)
    Learn what the value of your old Hulk comics are in our FREE price guide!
  • Iron FistIron Fist (1975 - 1977)
    A true testament to the creative prowess of Marvel Comics in the Bronze-Age, Iron Fist has remained a popular fan favorite! Look out for key issue #14, in which the notorious SABRETOOTH was introduced!
  • Iron ManIron Man (1968 - 1996)
    When IRON MAN was given his own title in 1968, there was no looking back! There are several key issues, most notably #55 which introduced THANOS! See Quality Comix's price guide for examples of current values...
  • Journey Into MysteryJourney Into Mystery (1952 - 2013)
    This title features the 1st appearance of Thor! Find out what all of the best issues are worth!
  • Marvel FeatureMarvel Feature (1971 - 1973)
    The Defenders made their 1st appearance in Marvel Feature #1, making collector demand for the early issues steadily increase in sale-ability and value! See the respectable dollar amount these issues are demanding in our online price guide!
  • Marvel PremiereMarvel Premiere (1972 - 2005)
    Yet again, Marvel offered another great vehicle for introducing new characters (and reviving some older ones) in Marvel Premier! #1 formally gave us WARLOCK!#15 is the 1st appearance of IRON FIST! This title may only increase in value over time!
  • Marvel SpotlightMarvel Spotlight (1971 - 1981)
    Spotlight offered comicdom the first solo appearances of many key figures in the Marvel Universe; including GHOST RIDER, MOON KNIGHT, SPIDER-WOMAN, and WEREWOLF BY NIGHT. These Bronze age books are getting hot!
  • Marvel Super-HeroesMarvel Super-Heroes (1967 - 1981)
    Key issues contain the 1st appearances of CAPTAIN MARVEL and GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY! 'Nuff said!
  • NYXNYX (2003 - 2005)
    Increasingly climbing in value, the wildly popular modern Marvel series NYX is responsible for introducing X-23 in issue #3! Check out the link to see the soaring prices this book is demanding!
  • Sgt. Fury and His Howling CommandosSgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos (1963 - 1994)
    The WWII exploits of Nick Fury (and his eclectic band of battlin' brothers) long before S.H.I.E.L.D. ! Perhaps the most entertaining of all war books, all the early issues are considered very desirable, including an early revival of CAPT. AMERICA in #13!
  • Silver SurferSilver Surfer (1968 - 1982)
    Silver Surfer remains one of the most collectible characters that Marvel first presented in the 60's. Virtually every issue of his first solo series is considered a key, and a potential money-earner among comic book fans! See what yours may be worth!
  • Star WarsStar Wars (1977 - 1986)
    Marvel's series based on the ever popular movie! The key issues are #1, #42, and #107 - these are the ones fetching higher prices among collectors! See what yours may be worth by clicking the above link...
  • Strange TalesStrange Tales (1951 - 1999)
    Beginning life as a horror title in Marvel's "Atlas" period, Strange Tales became the home for solo HUMAN TORCH stories, then introduced DOCTOR STRANGE and NICK FURY! Both incarnations are very valuable! Click the title to see...
  • Sub-MarinerSub-Mariner (1968 - 1994)
    Sub Mariner is Marvel's longest running anti-hero, created in 1939 and revived many times. This title started in 1968 and remains a fan fave, with key issues going for top dollar! He battles TIGER SHARK, THE HULK, THE THING, and humankind in general!
  • Tales Of SuspenseTales Of Suspense (1959 - 2006)
    Originally a monster/horror series, Marvel introduced IRON MAN in issue #39! Riding the popularity of their other hero titles, these early issues continue to be collector faves! See what these are currently selling for on our price guide...
  • Tales To AstonishTales To Astonish (1959 - 1968)
    A Marvel monster book that changed direction as superheroes became popular. Issue #27 gave us Henry Pym, who became ANT-MAN, the star of the book. Then came GIANT MAN, and THE HULK and SUB MARINER. This book's key issues still demand top dollar!
  • ThorThor (1966 - 2011)
    Long considered Marvel's "Marquee" title, it's dynamic storytelling and art make THOR a collectible favorite, with many key issues selling for high prices! Click the title and follow current market value!
  • Tomb Of DraculaTomb Of Dracula (1972 - 1994)
    Marvel's Bronze-Age take on the classic character was a quality book, but issues #1 and #10 are the ones in high demand...#10 introduced BLADE! The value of these books are only going to go up! Check Quality's price guide for recent sales!
  • Two-Gun KidTwo-Gun Kid (1948 - 1977)
    One of Marvel's only- and best - long running western series was a carry-over from the "Atlas" era.They re-booted the title as a quasi-hero book with #60.Atlas copies are rare, and demanding higher prices! Check your collection and use our price guide
  • VenusVenus (1948 - 1952)
  • Werewolf By NightWerewolf By Night (1972 - 1977)
    This is the book that introduced MOON KNIGHT in issue #32! He made his 2nd appearance in #33, and both of these are highly sought after! Click on the title to see current values!
  • X-MenX-Men (1963 - 2010)
    Kicking-off the "Mutant" craze, when X-MEN premiered in 1963, it was so different from any other team book on the market. It's consistent originality has made it one of the most important comics, spawning off-shoots. Key issues fetch big bucks!

Valuable Timely Titles

  • All Winners ComicsAll Winners Comics (1941 - 1948)
    Not really a "team" book, Timely did offer some more obscure heroes in All-Winners in addition to their proven faves.We got BLACK MARVEL, THE DESTROYER, THE WHIZZER, & MISS LIBERTY! These are vault-worthy books if you got 'em! .
  • Captain America ComicsCaptain America Comics (1941 - 1999)
    You know you are in for a treat when the first issue features your hero punching Hitler in the face! Iconic and enduring, all of these 40's issues of CAPT. AMERICA are holy-grails for collectors!
  • Comedy ComicsComedy Comics (1942 - 1946)
    A rare "funny book" from Timely, featured some hero stories (CITIZEN V, THE FIN). Stan Lee wrote lots of stories for this rare, rare title! Not many on the market, which could drive prices up!
  • Human TorchHuman Torch (1940 - 1954)
    One of Timely's best-selling titles, THE HUMAN TORCH often features SUB-MARINER backup stories as an added bonus! Original issues sell for good chunk of change! Check our price guide for examples...
  • Marvel ComicsMarvel Comics (1939 - 1939)
    The title that started it all. Just 1 issue before it turned into Marvel Mystery. See the massive value of this comic!
  • Marvel Mystery ComicsMarvel Mystery Comics (1939 - 1949)
    Timely's flagship comic book! And for good reason! Great stories and characters like THE HUMAN TORCH, SUB-MARINER, THE ANGEL, THE VISION, KA-ZAR and others. All of the issues are on every Golden-Age collector's "wish list." See prices - click the link!
  • Miss FuryMiss Fury (2013 - 2014)
    Ultra-rare female-fronted title from Timely! Miss Fury only ran for 8 issues, so buyers will not come across these too often! See some selling prices by clicking on the title!
  • Mystic ComicsMystic Comics (1940 - 1942)
    Another home for Timely's b-list superheroes - BLUE BLAZE, DYNAMIC MAN, THE BLACK MARVEL, and THE DESTROYER (well, we'll give him a B+!). Again, very obscure, but potentially a big payoff if you happen upon any issues!
  • Sub-Mariner ComicsSub-Mariner Comics (1941 - 1955)
    Sub-Mariner Comics was another huge hit for Timely! He started out hating ALL of humanity...until the Nazi's came along, then they became his prime target (thank goodness!). Many issues contain backup stories of THE ANGEL. All worth money!
  • USA ComicsUSA Comics (1941 - 1945)
    Timely title featuring new characters (THE DEFENDER, CAPTAIN TERROR, THE VICTORY BOYS, etc.), but ended up being fronted by the known quantity CAPT. AMERICA! Still, it had some good backup stories of THE WHIZZER in later issues. Getting rarer daily!

Valuable Crime Titles

  • Crime Does Not PayCrime Does Not Pay (1942 - 1955)
    The notorious title Crime Does Not Pay has been sited as one of the titles that led to the Comics Code Authority. Key issues are clamored over by "Real Crime" comics experts. If you have these,they are potentially valuable! See the going prices above!
  • Crime SuspenstoriesCrime Suspenstories (1950 - 1955)
    EC was the hands-down leader in many genres-"crime"included. Their industry leading stories and art make them some of the most sought after and pricey books! If you have originals, you might be sitting on a goldmine! See examples by clicking above!
  • Lawbreakers Suspense StoriesLawbreakers Suspense Stories (1953 - 1953)
    Fantastic early Charlton crime-horror title! These handful of issues are some of the most collectible rarities from our friends in Derby, CT. See what yours may be worth in our price guide above!

Valuable Good Girl Titles

  • All Top ComicsAll Top Comics (1945 - 1949)
    Dubbed "Good Girl" art - that is, stories featuring buxom, scantily clad women either in bondage, or in a position of power over men, Fox's All-Top #8 changed this title from a "funny animal" book, to a Good Girl book! The last 11 issues are very sought!
  • Phantom LadyPhantom Lady (1947 - 1949)
    Fox's PHANTOM LADY was both a superhero book and a "Good Girl" book! Sure, she fought crime, but she did it wearing almost nothing! The industry put the kibosh on these titles around 1949. Phantom Lady is considered the most collectible!
  • Seven Seas ComicsSeven Seas Comics (1946 - 1948)
    Seven Seas Comics notoriously featured overtly gratuitous renderings of sexy gals, and is considered a "Good Girl" book. The Iger Studio offered 6 issues of this most wanted title! See what prices they are fetching using our online price guide!

Valuable Horror/Sci-Fi Titles

  • Adventures Into The UnknownAdventures Into The Unknown (1948 - 1967)
    Adventure. Horror. Supernatural. This long running ACG title had it all! Might you have some issues stashed away in your attic? Don't be scared - we want 'em! Click the link to see current prices for these obscure classics...
  • AstonishingAstonishing (1951 - 1957)
    Excellent sci-fi/horror offering from Atlas in the 1950's, proving they could survive in the changing market. The first several issue feature a revamped Marvel Boy, but no heroes after that, only top-notch stories and art!Hard to find and pricey!
  • Beware (1953)Beware (1953) (1953 - 1955)
    Relatively unknown graphic pre-code horror comic from Trojan Magazines, Inc. Check out those chilling covers! See what copies that are floating around are selling for by using our online price guide!
  • Black CatBlack Cat (1951 - 1963)
    Black Cat Comics/Black Cat Mystery was a peculiar entry from Harvey.It morphed from a hero comic to a pseudo-western title, then into a graphic horror-supernatural title; and it changed even MORE after that! All issues are rare and collectible!
  • Diary of HorrorDiary of Horror (1952 - 1952)
    Diary Of Horror was a one-shot from Avon - One issue and out! A fact that would make this an unbelievably rare pre-code horror book! If you can find one, see the small fortune you may possess by clicking the title for the current going rate!
  • Fantastic FearsFantastic Fears (1953 - 1954)
    This short lived Pre-Code Horror title is among the most grotesque of the genre, and are very sought after! You may be in the money if you have any of these...check out the prices that this title is demanding in our price guide!
  • Forbidden WorldsForbidden Worlds (1951 - 1967)
    Another genre-bending title from ACG; Supernatural, Sci-fi, and usually some kind of Monster thrown into the mix! These are getting very hard to find! Our free price guide will tell you the value of these rare books...click away!
  • Haunt of FearHaunt of Fear (1950 - 1954)
    EC offered the creme-de-la-creme of stories and artwork, and Haunt Of Fear is a book that has gained legendary status among collectors! Pre-code horror at it's finest! Check going prices by clicking the title link!
  • Haunted ThrillsHaunted Thrills (1952 - 1954)
    So many small publishers found themselves in hot water after the crackdown on gruesome and explicit content in the early-mid 50's; and Farrell was no exception. They did give us Haunted Thrills, however! More obscure, highly valued pre-code gore!
  • Mister MysteryMister Mystery (1951 - 1954)
    Some of the smaller publishers in the early 50's made the raciest comics; Aragon's Mister Mystery was no exception. With their depiction of voluptuous women in grave danger, these comics are going for top dollar! Our free price guide is just a click away!
  • Mysterious AdventuresMysterious Adventures (1951 - 1955)
    Zombies! Curses! Dismemberment! Torture! Bound women! Story Comics, Inc. brought it all to the table with Mysterious Adventures! They did manage to survive for a couple issues after the CCA was implemented! Treasured finds!
  • Mystery TalesMystery Tales (1952 - 1957)
    Atlas/Marvel's Mystery Tales lasted for 5 years, and endured the implementation of the CCA, which effectively banned all "questionable" content.In many ways, this comic was the prototype for early Marvel-Age books like Strange Tales and Tales to Astonish!
  • MysticMystic (1951 - 1963)
    Another pre-Marvel Atlas Comics supernatural/horror/suspense title that preceded the Marvel favorites of the late 50's-early 60's. In many cases, Mystic used the same writers and artists that would find acclaim years later! See current prices here...
  • Out of the ShadowsOut of the Shadows (1952 - 1954)
    Between 1952 and 1954, every company put out an explicit horror title. Pines/Standard put forth Out Of The Shadows, with more than a share of scary, face-ripping tales. See if you have any of these rare curios in your collection!
  • Planet ComicsPlanet Comics (1940 - 1953)
    Fiction House's PLANET COMICS essentially invented the sci-fi comic book! Such an influential book, with content provided by the Will Eisner/Jerry Iger studio, it laid the foundation for every other sci-fi title after it!Hardcore collectors items!!
  • Science ComicsScience Comics (1940 - 1940)
    Right on the heels of PLANET COMICS, Fox put forward their take on the sci-fi comic, which tried it's best to compete - they even got Lou Fine to draw covers!Ultimately, Science lasted only 8 issues, by which time had become more of a superhero book...
  • SpellboundSpellbound (1952 - 1957)
    Atlas Comics was so prolific in their offerings of supernatural & horror titles in the 50's. They continued to lay the solid foundation on which the Marvel empire would be founded later in the decade. Very collectible - see what the recent prices are here
  • Strange Tales of the UnusualStrange Tales of the Unusual (1955 - 1957)
    You could always expect a high-quality product from Atlas in the 50's before they became Marvel. Horror was their niche, and Strange Tales O.T.U. often used the same creative teams that would make Marvel legendary! Grab 'em up if you see them!
  • SuspenseSuspense (1949 - 1953)
    A top-notch entry into the horror/supernatural genre from Atlas! The company was at the height of their creative prowess, often using creative teams that would later find stardom at Marvel! Collectors seek these books for their high quality!
  • Suspense ComicsSuspense Comics (1943 - 1946)
    Continental set the horror comic pace in the mid 40's with Suspense. Some of the earliest of the genre! Get an idea of what these obscure finds may be worth with Quality's free price guide.
  • Tales From The CryptTales From The Crypt (1950 - 1955)
    Tales From The Crypt is often the first title that springs to mind when considering 50's horror comics! EC struck gold once again with their clever stories and superior art! Check Quality's price guide for these in demand classics!
  • Tomb Of TerrorTomb Of Terror (1952 - 1954)
    More gore, please! Harvey's Tomb Of Terror featured extra-graphic cover images of the pre-code horror genre; disfigured, flesh melting emaciated zombies, faces exploding, etc. Typically, production was halted when the CCA came about in '55! Valuable!
  • Vault of HorrorVault of Horror (1950 - 1955)
    Another of EC's iconoclastic titles from the early '50s, Vault Of Horror again exceeds all quality expectations when measured against some of the lesser known titles of the era! Check out the prices these are fetching!
  • Web Of EvilWeb Of Evil (1952 - 1954)
    Former purveyors of excellent superhero comics, Quality Publications jumped into the horror arena with Web Of Evil, which proved they could really do all kinds of material very, very well! All 21 issues are worth hunting down!
  • Weird AdventuresWeird Adventures (1951 - 1951)
    1951 was near the height of the graphic horror comic craze, and small company P.L.Publishing, Inc. offered up only 3 issues of the obscure Weird Adventure. Hard to find, but potentially valuable, check Quality Comix's online price guide to hunt 'em down!
  • Weird FantasyWeird Fantasy (1950 - 1953)
    What more can be said about EC Comics? Weird Fantasy maintains the high quality of their other books of the time! This one is more sci-fi oriented - and worth a pretty penny on the market!
  • Weird ScienceWeird Science (1950 - 1953)
    One of EC Comics' flagship books, Weird Science is very beloved to collectors for it's superior renderings and visions of the future! See what your copies may be worth on our online price guide!
  • Weird Tales of the FutureWeird Tales of the Future (1952 - 1953)
    Straddling the line between horror and sci-fi, underdog publishing house Stanley Morse gave us the fascinating Weird Tales of The Future in 1952. It only ran 8 issues, but is coveted by collectors for it's fantastic art!
  • World Of FantasyWorld Of Fantasy (1956 - 1959)
    Right on verge of Atlas becoming Marvel Comics, you can really see where they were headed with 1956's World of Fantasy! Excellent "proto-Marvel" stuff very sought out by collectors! See what they are going for here!

Valuable Humor/Cartoon Titles

  • Archie ComicsArchie Comics (1942 - 2015)
    Easily the most iconic character in American humor comics! Earlier issues of young Mr. Andrews' exploits have become very collectible and valuable! Scour your back issues and see if you may own any of the issues included in our free price guide!

Valuable Jungle Titles

  • Jo-Jo ComicsJo-Jo Comics (1945 - 1949)
    Fox's Jo-Jo Comics started life as a "funny animal" book, but starting with issue #7, it be came a jungle adventure book. Stellar art by heavy hitters Matt Baker and Jack Kamen make this book very attractive to collectors! See our price guide for details
  • Jumbo ComicsJumbo Comics (1939 - 1953)
    Fiction House's long-running Jumbo Comics tried to have something for everyone; humor, sports, sci-fi, heroes - but one constant remained: SHEENA of THE JUNGLE! This became her feature book, making it valuable to collectors!
  • Jungle ComicsJungle Comics (1940 - 1954)
    Another long-running Jungle title from Fiction House. Debuting in 1940, this comic is most known as the home of KAANGA : JUNGLE LORD! FH had great art and writing, making this a notch above other Tarzan-imitator comics!

Valuable Romance Titles

  • MopsyMopsy (1948 - 1953)
    In 1948, St. John introduced MOPSY, a popular humor-romance comic based around irrepressible flirt, Mopsy. One of the only comic books of the era written and drawn by women - a rarity for the 40's! See what prices issues are selling for here!

Valuable Superhero Titles

  • Captain Marvel AdventuresCaptain Marvel Adventures (1941 - 1953)
    Fawcett's most popular character, after his debut in Whiz Comics, CAPT.MARVEL was given his own title in 1941. He almost gave Superman a run for his money! Many of his 40's books are very valuable! Check prices using our online price guide!
  • Fighting YankFighting Yank (1942 - 1949)
    After America's entrance into WWII, a whole bunch of patriotic heroes hit the stands - including THE FIGHTING YANK! Attractive covers by Alex Schomburg were a main draw for this series, which continue to fetch high prices! See examples- click the link!
  • Pep ComicsPep Comics (1940 - 1987)
    This is the comic book that introduced Archie Andrews in issue #22! Of course, they had some great heroes, too, like The Shield and The Hangman. They are all desirable and potentially worth money! See the current price range by clicking the title!
  • Zip ComicsZip Comics (1940 - 1944)
    Another super superhero title from Archie comics. Steel Sterling, The Web, Blackjack - all favorites of discerning collectors and fetching some high prices! Click the title above and see!

Valuable War Titles

  • Canteen KateCanteen Kate (1952 - 1952)
    Sexy AND strong, St.John Publishing introduced us to CANTEEN KATE in 1952. She was always there for Our Fighting Boys! Lovingly rendered by "good girl" artist Matt Baker, these 3 issues are rare and valuable!
  • Fight ComicsFight Comics (1940 - 1954)
    A genre-hopping book from Fiction House. It debuted in 1940 as a manly-man book, became a superhero title for a spell, flirted with some jungle action, and ended up being a War book! Always a top-notch product, and still collectible!
  • Two-fisted TalesTwo-fisted Tales (1950 - 1955)
    Didn't really matter the setting, be it military, old west, air, sea, boxing ring - if it involved men fighting, it was in Two-Fisted Tales! Another winner from EC in the 50's. Check out current prices of these in-demand comics with our price guide!