Air Fighters Comics

Hillman // November 1941 - Fall 1945
Issue count: 22

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Air Fighters Comics

Air Fighters Comics was an anthology series from 1941, featuring stories from the Black Commander and other plane-piloting heroes.

The series was divided in two volumes (Issues #1 to #12 were released in Vol. 1, the rest of the issues were released in Vol. 2)

The series was eventually canceled due to internal publishing issues and the huge amount of comics being released around that time. 

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Issue #1

What's Air Fighters Comics #1 worth in 2023?

The top price for an issue of Air Fighters Comics#1 is $5,750, paid for a 9.2 rated copy sold in March 2003. A 5.5 graded copy was sold for $359 in August 2015; and a 1.0 book had a price of $94 as of February 2021. All three copies have only been sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Published in November 1941. Cover and art by Harry Anderson. Stories by Kermit Jaediker, Harry Anderson, Kermit Jaediker, Edd Ashe, Malcolm Kildale, Jack A. Warren, Nathaniel Nitkin, Al Bare, Paul Quinn, Larry Antonette, Harry Francis Campbell, Gilbert James, Bob Oksner, George Kale, and Ed Winiarski.

Key Facts About the Comic

Only appearance of the Black Commander. 

Story Synopsis

Action packed war hero stories of airborne adventure.

Black Commander story "Origin of the Black Commander"

A Test Pilot story "Death At 20,000"

A Crash Davis story "Up In Smoke"

Two War Planes Stories

Pecos Pete story "The Plane Rustlers"

America's Air Army story

Flying Cadet Jack Dale story "Perils and Parachutes"

Mosquito story "Stings For the Saboteurs"

Air Aces story

Mach Duff story "Double Trouble"

Black Sheep Squadron story "Gliding Death

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$280 $430 $725 $1,150 $5,075 $5,750

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Issue #2

What's Air Fighters Comics #2 worth in 2023?

The mint-condition copy of Air Fighters Comics #2 is a 9.2 graded book, valued at $6,038 when it was sold in March 2003. A 5.0 rated book sold in June 2014 for $736; and a 2.0 rated copy was sold in December 2008 for $287. There’s only one recorded price for each copy.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #2 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of November 1942. It was written, penciled and inked by Charles Biro, Dick Wood, Al Camy, Harry Stein, Mort Leav, Fred Kida, Nathaniel Nitkin, John Cassone, Al Jaffe, Harry Sahle, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a Japanese air fighter falling out of the sky.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:

Airboy story "The Origin of Airboy"

Sky Wolf story "The Coming of Sky Wolf"

Iron Ace story "The Origin of the Iron Ace"

Black Angel story "Baroness Blood"

Bald Eagle story "The Lifeless Invaders"

Flying Dutchman story "The Coming of the Dutchman"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$290 $1,900 $1,500 $5,625 $6,050 $19,200

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Issue #3

What's Air Fighters Comics #3 worth in 2023?

The highest quality copy of Air Fighters Comics #3 ever auctioned is a 9.6 graded book that was sold in November 2009 for $3,585. Its price has decreased since 2005, when it was valued at $7,475. A 5.5 rated copy sold for $258 in October 2019, a decrease from its 2014 price of $495; while a 2.5 copy sold only once in May 2011 for $150.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #3 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of December 1942. It was written, penciled and inked by Charles Biro, Dick Wood, Al Camy, Harry Stein, Mort Leav, Fred Kida, Nathaniel Nitkin, John Cassone, Harry Sahle, Al Jaffe, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy diving in his plane.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "The Return of Hirota"

Sky Wolf story "Wanted By the Nazis"

Iron Ace story "The Plot To Kill DeGaulle"

Black Angel story "The Return of Baroness Blood"

Bald Eagle story "The Invisible Sabotage"

Flying Dutchman story "The Strange Nazi Corpse Bombs"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $260 $400 $2,050 $3,575 $7,475

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Issue #4

What's Air Fighters Comics #4 worth in 2023?

A 9.6 graded copy of Air Fighters Comics #4 was sold in November 2008 for $4,481, being the highest price for that issue’s sale. A 5.5 rated copy had an August 2021 price of $430, increasing its 2017 price of $340. And a 3.0 copy sold in May 2007 has the lowest price for this issue, selling for $91 in its first and only recorded sale.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #4 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of January 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Charles Biro, Dick Wood, Al Camy, Mort Leav, Tony DiPreta, Fred Kida, Nathaniel Nitkin, Harry Sahle, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy destroying a Japanese plane but saving the pilot.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "Secrets of the Bird-Plane"

Sky Wolf story "The Return of Genghis Khan"

Skinny McGinty story "Origin of Skinny McGinty"

Iron Ace story "Suspected of Treason"

Black Angel story "The Menace of Madam Claw"

Bald Eagle story "The Miniature Invaders"

Flying Dutchman story "The Man With the Mechanical Face"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $430 $430 $1,025 $725 $4,475

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Issue #5

What's Air Fighters Comics #5 worth in 2023?

The highest price for Air Fighters Comics #5 is held by a 9.6 graded copy, valued at $9,500 as of May 2014. Back in 2011 it was valued at $3,346 so it’s seen a huge increase in value. A 3.5 rated copy has the lowest price and rating for this issue’s sale, valued at $93 in its only sale in May 2007.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #5 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of February 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Charles Biro, Dick Wood, Al Camy, Fred Kida, Tony DiPreta, Mort Leav, Nathaniel Nitkin, Pierce Rice, Arturo Casanueve, John Cassone, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy’s plane being grabbed by a giant octopus.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "Bombs Over Boston"

Iron Ace story "The Mighty Thor"

Skinny McGinty story "Sub Spotter"

Sky Wolf story "The Flying Dragons"

Bald Eagle story "The Impostor"

Black Angel story "There Was the Hag From Hades"

Flying Dutchman story "The Man Without a Soul"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $70 $270 $1,625 $9,500 $9,500

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Issue #6

What's Air Fighters Comics #6 worth in 2023?

The highest sale price for Air Fighters Comics #6 belongs to a 9.8 copy from Edgar Church. It was sold once in May 2012 for $11,353.

A mid-quality 5.5 graded copy had a price of $311 as of November 2008; and a 3.0 copy, the lowest quality book ever sold, changed hands in August 2021 for $66.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #6 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of March 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Charles Biro, Dick Wood, Al Camy, Harry Sussman, Tony DiPreta, Bob Fujitani, Nathaniel Nitkin, Harry Sahle, John Cassone, and Al Ulmer.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy’s plane diving and shooting some creatures.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:

Airboy story "Airboy Inside Germany"

Iron Ace story "The Rampage of Rubberman"

Skinny McGinty story "Coast Patrol"

Sky Wolf story "The Man Who Walked On Air"

Bald Eagle story "The Playing Cards of Death"

Black Angel story "The Bats of Berlin"

Flying Dutchman story "The Deathless Brain of Java"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $550 $490 $1,325 $1,500 $11,350

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Issue #7

What's Air Fighters Comics #7 worth in 2023?

A 9.6 copy of Air Fighters Comics #7 from Edgar Church holds the highest price for that issue’s sale at auction, after selling for $6,666 back in December 2013. 

A 5.0 graded copy was sold in June 2017 for $435 - an increase from its price of $388 when it was previously sold in 2008. A 4.0 copy was sold in March 2022 for $499, which would indicate prices for this issue are rising! The highest and lowest rating copies were only sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #7 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of April 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Dick Wood, Tony DiPreta, Harry Sussman, Fred Kida, Bob Fujitani, Nathaniel Nitkin, Mort Leav, John Cassone, and Fred Kida.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy shooting a sculpture of a swastika.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:

Airboy story "Youth Kultur"

Iron Ace story "The Man With The Crooked Smile"

Skinny McGinty story "Major Goop's Goof-Up"

Sky Wolf story "Von Kamm's Radio Zombies"

Bald Eagle story "The Invasion of the Submaplanes"

Black Angel story "The Scrap-Plane Showdown"

Flying Dutchman story "The Albatross Mystery"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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Issue #8

What's Air Fighters Comics #8 worth in 2023?

In March 2003, a copy of Air Fighters Comics #8 had its record sale, when a 9.6 book was auctioned for $3,565. That specific copy was only sold once.

A 6.5 copy had a price of $500 as of March 2021, but it was previously valued at $745 back in 2017. The lowest rated copy sold is a 4.0 book, auctioned only once for $262 in March 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #8 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of May 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Dick Wood, Tony DiPreta, Al Ulmer, Bob Fujitani, Harry Sahle, and John Cassone.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features an abstract design of Airboy flying out of the open mouth of a giant head.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:

Airboy story "The Deadly Double"

Iron Ace story "The Bogus Battalion"

Skinny McGinty story "Herman the Talking Fish"

Sky Wolf story "The Return of Von Tundra"

Bald Eagle story "Death Takes A Plane"

Black Angel story "The Inventions of Dr. Von Future"

Flying Dutchman story "The Suicide Bombers"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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Issue #9

What's Air Fighters Comics #9 worth in 2023?

Only mid to high rated copies of Air Fighters Comics #9 have been sold at auction, with the highest price belonging to a 9.6 book sold in May 2014 for $3,346. Its price increased by more than 50% from its previous sale in 2010, when it was valued at $2,032.

The lowest price for this issue is held by a 7.0 graded copy, sold only once for $103 in December 2004.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #9 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of June 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Dick Wood, Tony DiPreta, Bill Fraccio, Harry Stein, Dan Barry, Harry Sahle, and John Cassone.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy using a flamethrower to fight a green creature.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "Brothers In Blood"

Iron Ace story "The Blind Man In The Blackout"

Skinny McGinty story "The Australian Biffsniff"

Sky Wolf story "The Heap Returns"

Bald Eagle story "Hatchet Men In U.S. Skies"

Black Angel story "The Black Prince"

Flying Dutchman story "The Salamander Cometh"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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Issue #10

What's Air Fighters Comics #10 worth in 2023?

The mint-condition copy of Air Fighters Comics #10 is a 9.4 book, sold in January 2011 for $1,300. A 5.0 rated issue had a price of $135 when it was sold in September 2016; and a 4.0 graded copy was sold in October 2020 at a price of $167, so prices for copies of this issue are on their way up! All three issues have only changed hands once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #10 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of July 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Dan Barry Milton Cohen, Tony DiPreta, Bill Fraccio, Harry Sahle, and John Cassone.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy’s plane shooting at a Nazi tank. 

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "The Silent Stinger"

Iron Ace story "The Freezing Ray"

Skinny McGinty story "The Menace (?) of Moonbeam Murphy"

Sky Wolf story "Von Richthofen's Ghost"

Bald Eagle story "Bombs Over New York City"

Black Angel story "The Hungry Invaders"

Flying Dutchman story "Trapped By the Gestapo"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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Issue #11

What's Air Fighters Comics #11 worth in 2023?

The highest price paid for a copy of Air Fighters Comics #11 is $1,125, when a 9.2 graded book was sold back in January 2012. The same book was sold for $870 at its previous sale in 2004.

The lowest price for this issue is $148 for a 6.5 copy sold in August 2012. Its price has slightly decreased since 2008, when it was valued at $174.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #11 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of August 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Harry Stein, Dan Barry, Fred Kida, Tony DiPreta, Bill Fraccio, Carl H. Hodges, John Cassone, and Tony DiPreta.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a mid-air fight between Airboy’s plane and a Nazi plane.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "Look Out! Airboy Is Here!!"

Iron Ace story "The Battle of the Century"

Skinny McGinty story "Skinny Joins the Army"

Sky Wolf story "Fugitive From a History Book"

Bald Eagle story "Washington Under Siege"

Black Angel story "The Second Hunchback of Notre Dame"

Flying Dutchman story "The Puppeteer of Death"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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Issue #12

What's Air Fighters Comics #12 worth in 2023?

A 9.2 copy of Air Fighters Comics #12 holds the highest price for this issue’s sale at an auction, after selling for $1,673 in November 2017. Earlier that year, the book was valued at $1,434.

A 7.0 graded book was sold in June 2017 for $360, increasing its 2008 price of $227; and a 2.5 copy had a price of $50 when it was sold for the first and only time in June 2014.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #12 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of September 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Harry Stein, Fred Kida, Dan Barry, Tony DiPreta, Bill Fraccio, Carl C. Hodges, John Cassone, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy and Misery. 

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "Misery!"

Iron Ace story "The Leper"

Skinny McGinty story "The Promotion of Pvt. McGinty"

Sky Wolf story "It's the Crow Vs. Sky Wolf"

Bald Eagle story "Music Lesson"

Black Angel story "The Rescue of Major Koneff"

Flying Dutchman story "Dr. Roulette's Wheel of Death"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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V2 Issue #1

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #1 worth in 2023?

The top price of Air Fighters Comics Volume 2 (1941): #1 is $1920, paid in May 2020 for a 8.0 graded copy. In June 2022 $400 was paid for a 5.0 graded copy. Interestingly several years earlier in November 2011 $335 was paid for a 7.0 grade copy. It appears the value of lower graded copies of the book of dramatically increased over the years. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #1 of Air Fighters Comics Volume 2 (1941) was published in October 1943. Penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Dan Barry, Tony DiPreta, Bob Fujitani, John Cassone, and Tony DiPreta. Written by Carl G. Hodges.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover features Airboy gunning down a Nazi.

Story Synopsis

The issue features high flying stories of World War II era action!

 

- 13 page Airboy story "The Four Horsemen"

- 11 page Sky Wolf story "Sky Wolf Is Dead"

- 5 page Skinny McGinty story "The Bomb in the Bird"

- 10 page Iron Ace story "The Villainy of the Viking"

- 2 page text story "Pig-Boat Socker"

- 7 page Bald Eagle story "Japanese Swapping"

- 8 page Black Angel story "The Son of Rasputin"

- 8 page Flying Dutchman story "A Vulture Called Revenge"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$280 $430 $725 $1,150 $5,075 $5,750

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V2 Issue #2

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #2 worth in 2023?

The top price for Air Fighters Comics Volume 2 (1941): #2 is $19200, paid for a 9.0 graded copy in June 2022. Other prices include $3120 in May 2022 for a 5.0 graded copy and more recently in January 2023 $1440 was paid for 3.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #2 of Air Fighters Comics Volume 2 was published November 1943. Penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Bill Quackenbush, John Giunta, Tony DiPreta, Maurice Del Bourgo, John Cassone, and Bob Fujitani. Written by Carl C. Hodges.

Key Facts About the Comic

1st appearance of Valkyrie (Lisellotte Von Schellendorf) and the Airmaidens.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several masked adventurers in air battle action!

- 13 page Airboy story "Airboy Meets Valkyrie"

- 11 page Sky Wolf story "Zombies of the High Llama"

- 5 page Skinny McGinty story "Swooner the Crooner"

- 10 page Iron Ace story "The Nazi Robot Bombers"

- 2 page text story "How To Find a Marine"

- 7 page Bald Eagle story "The Plot To Destroy Mt. Rushmore"

- 8 page Black Angel story "The Judas Sacrifice"

- 7 page Flying Dutchman story "The Dutchman's Ruse"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$290 $1,900 $1,500 $5,625 $6,050 $19,200

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V2 Issue #3

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #3 worth in 2023?

The top price for Air Fighters Comics (1941) Volume 2: #3 is $1260, paid in June 2022 for a 9.0 graded copy. Other prices paid include $335 for an 8.5 graded copy in November 2012 and $185 for a 6.5 graded copy in June 2015. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue 3 of Air Fighters Comics (1941) Volume 2: was published in December 1943. It was penciled and inked by Dan Barry, John Giunta, Tony DiPreta, Bob Fujitani, and Bill Fraccio. Written by Carl G. Hodges.

Key Facts About the Comic

Airboy fights Nazis in panels with dialouge balloons on the cover art.

Story Synopsis

Stories of Golden Age masked adventures in WWII!

- 13 page Airboy story "The Siege of Provda"

- 11 page Sky Wolf story "The Child of Evil"

- 5 page Skinny McGinty story "On Stage"

- 10 page Iron Ace story "A Nightmare of the East"

- 2 page text story "Secret of the Sands"

- 7 page Bald Eagle story "The Circus Saboteurs"

- 8 page Black Angel story "The Ladies Vanish"

- 7 page Flying Dutchman story "The Fate of Yamamoto"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $260 $400 $2,050 $3,575 $7,475

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V2 Issue #4

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #4 worth in 2023?

The top price for Air Fighters Comics (1941) Volume 2: #4 is $1620 paid in June 2022 for a 9.2 graded copy. Other prices include $239 for a 8.0 graded copy in December 2017 and $125 paid for a 6.0 graded copy in June 2017. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #4 of Air Fighters Comics (1941) Volume 2 was published in January 1944. In was penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Bob Fujitani, Tony DiPreta, and Bill Fraccio. Written by Ray Berry. 

Key Facts About the Comic

The book features the first appearence of Miss Hun

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of Golden Age masked adventures fighting Nazis in WWII!

 

- 13 page Airboy story Case of the Nazi "Indians"

- 11 page Sky Wolf story "America Bombed By American Planes"

- 5 page Skinny McGinty story "Ape and Actress"

- 9 page Iron Ace story "The Atom-Smasher"

- 2 page text story "The Jap's Answer"

- 7 page Bald Eagle story "The Statue of Tyranny"

- 8 page Black Angel story "Fashion Show For Spies"

- 8 page Flying Dutchman story "The Real Adolf Hitler"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $430 $430 $1,025 $725 $4,475

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V2 Issue #5

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #5 worth in 2023?

The top price for Air Fighters Comics (1941) Volume 2: #5 is $660 paid in June 2022 for a 7.5 graded copy. Other prices include $565 was paid in January 2021 for a 8.0 graded copy and $529 in January 2022 for a 5.5 graded copy.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #5 of Air Fighters Comics (1941) Volume 2 was published in February 1944. It was penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Dan Barry, Tony DiPreta, Gil Kane, Maurice Del Bourgo, John Cassone, and Bob Fujitani. Written by Carl G. Hodges.

Key Facts About the Comic

In the issue the ghost of Napoleon appears. 

Story Synopsis

The issue features stories of high flying action with Golden Age masked adventures!

- 13 page Airboy story "The Liberation of the Mayans"

- 10 page Sky Wolf story "The Air-Force of the Underground"

- 6 page Skinny McGinty story "Skinny's Indian Adventure"

- 9 page Iron Ace story "War of Nerves"

- 2 page text story "Benny the Bomber"

- 7 page Bald Eagle story "Li-Wong and the Vigilantes"

- 8 page Black Angel story "The Tomb of Napoleon"

- 8 page Flying Dutchman story "Mission In Berlin"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $70 $270 $1,625 $9,500 $9,500

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V2 Issue #6

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #6 worth in 2023?

The mint-condition copy of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 #6 is an 8.0 graded book from The Promise Collection, which sold for $648 in June 2022. In June 2017, a 6.0 rated copy was sold for $195, after increasing its 2012 price of $127; and a 1.0 book had a price of $20 as of June 2008 - a decrease from its previous $31 value back in 2005. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #6 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 has a cover date of March 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Dan Barry, Bill Fraccio, Rudy Palais, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy and a giant locket, with a picture of a Nazi creature on the front.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "The Black Ace"

Iron Ace story "The Firebug"

Skinny McGinty story "Fixing the Gamblers"

Sky Wolf story "The Johnny Ergon Story"

Black Angel story "The Black Angel Vs. Miss Hun"

Flying Dutchman story "The Dutchman's Conquest of Fear"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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V2 Issue #7

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #7 worth in 2023?

A 9.4 rated issue of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 #7 from Edgar Church is the highest graded copy ever sold, with a price of $5,520 as of November 2020. A 6.5 copy was sold in May 2022 for $600; and a 3.5 book had a price of $400 as of January 2021. All three issues were only sold at auction once. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #7 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 has a cover date of April 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Fred Kida, Dan Barry, Tony DiPreta, Bill Fraccio, Rudy Palais, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy and Valkyrie, who’s working with Airboy this time.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "The Death Lights"

Iron Ace story "Benny Boom Boom"

Skinny McGinty story "Fixing the Gamblers"

Sky Wolf story "The Anti-Aircraft Cannon"

Black Angel story "Battle in Bavaria"

Flying Dutchman story "The Talking Condors"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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V2 Issue #8

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #8 worth in 2023?

The highest price for a copy of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 #8 is $950, paid for a 9.2 book in May 2018. In 2017 it was valued at $837. A 6.0 rated copy had a price of $150 as of August 2014, after slightly increasing its 2009 value of $125. And a 3.5 graded book holds the lowest auction price for this issue, being valued at $74 as of January 2013.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #8 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 has a cover date of September 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Bill Fraccio, Gil Kane, Tony DiPreta, Bob Fujitani, John Cassone, Ed Cronin, and Rudy Palais.

Key Facts About the Comic

Even though the issues were usually released on a monthly basis, there were 4 months between issues #7 and #8. After this one, the release rate switched to new issues every few months, until the cancellation of the series following issue #10.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "The Bogus Birdie"

Iron Ace story "The Black Mail"

Skinny McGinty story "The Kidnapping of Olga Volga"

Sky Wolf story "The Hole In the Air"

Black Angel story "The Clown Prince"

Flying Dutchman story "The Nazi Ghost Ship"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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V2 Issue #9

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #9 worth in 2023?

The highest quality copy of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 #9 ever sold is a 9.0 graded book from Rockford Pedigree, which was auctioned for $568 in May 2011. But the highest price for this issue belongs to an 8.5 rated copy, with a value of $1,140 as of October 2021. 

The lowest quality book ever auctioned is a 6.0 copy, valued at $144 in November 2002. All three issues have only changed hands once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #9 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 has a cover date of December 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Dan Barry, John Giunta, Tony DiPreta, Charles Werner, Bill Fraccio, Tony DiPreta, and Bob Fujitani.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Airboy chained to the floor, but he’s half Airboy and half creature.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "Japanese Disguise Mission"

Iron Ace story "The Japanese Arena of Death"

Skinny McGinty story "The Love Charm"

Sky Wolf story "The Menace of Mr. Brim"

Stupid Manny story "He's a One-Man Waste Paper Drive"

Flying Dutchman story "The Flying Machine of Yugao"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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V2 Issue #10

What's Air Fighters Comics V2 #10 worth in 2023?

The mint-condition copy of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 #10 is a 9.4 graded book, which has been sold only once in May 2022 for $2,160. A 6.0 rated copy was sold in February 2022 for $250, increasing its 2014 price of $68; while a 3.5 book held a price of $61 as of March 2020, also changing hands only once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #10 of Air Fighters Comics Vol. 2 has a cover date of September 1945. It was written, penciled and inked by John Giunta, John Belfi, Tony DiPreta, Jack M. Greene, Bill Fraccio, Ed Cronin, and Dan Barry.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features an illustration of a Japanese newspaper, informing the reader that Airboy is scheduled to fight a Japanese fighter champion.

This is the last issue for the series, being canceled after this release.

Story Synopsis

The issue features some stories about air combat, with different main characters for each:


Airboy story "General Shikoba's Plot Against Airboy"

Iron Ace story "The Story of the Cask of Fan-Tan"

Skinny McGinty story "The Girl Ghost Writer"

Sky Wolf story "The Heap Returns!"

Black Angel story "The Boy-Spy"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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