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All-New Comics

All-New Comics was an anthology series first released in 1943. The series featured several stories (around six or seven per issue) with different heroes as main characters.

Some of them are dearly remembered in their short run, but others, such as Black Cat, went on to become main characters in their own magazines.

The series was canceled after issue #15 (issue #13 in the real numbering) to fully dedicate to the Black Cat stories.

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Issue #1

What's All-New Comics #1 worth in 2022?

The highest price for a copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #1 is $1,900, paid for an 8.5 graded book in December 2018. In 2016, however, the issue was valued at $2,032. The price for a mid-quality copy is $750, paid for a 5.5 rated book sold in May 2020. And the lowest price for this issue’s sale at an auction is $190, when a 1.8 graded book was sold in July 2017.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #1 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of January 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Pierce Rice, Harry Sahle, Charles Sultan, Rudy Palais and W. Jourdain.

Key Facts About the Comic

The series is also more commonly known as All-New Comics, but the first three issues were released under the name All-New Short Story Comics.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each:

 


- Steve Case story "Poison Pen Murder"

- Master Key story "Rescue From Horror"

- Johnny Rebel story "Winner Take All"

- Kayo Kane story "Date With Dynamite"

- Echo story "The Mystery of the Lighthouse Murder"

- Night Hawk story "Stolen...A Million Tanks"

- Firebrand story "Playground of Death"

- Tiger Shane story "Tricking the Tricker"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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Issue #2

What's All-New Comics #2 worth in 2022?

The highest quality copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #2 was sold in August 2014. It was a 9.4 graded book, valued at $4,481. Back in 2006, it was valued at $3,585. A 6.0 rated copy was valued at $720 in December 2019; and a 2.0 graded book had a price of $252 as of June 2020. Both of these issues have only been sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #2 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of March 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Pierce Rice, Harry Sahle, Charles Sultan, Pierre Charpentier, Al Plastino and Al Zere.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features some soldiers interrupting a Nazi meeting. This issue is also known under the title All-New Short Story Comics.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- "Murder on the High Seas"

- Rex Elliott story "Mystery of the Hilarious Flight"

- "Crisis On Kiel Canal"

- Barry Kuda story "Depth Charge"

- Scarlet Nemesis and Black Orchid story "Case of the Crumpling Skyscrapers"

- Scarlet Phantom story "The Curse of Gold"

- Ma Jenkins story "Old Lady Dynamite"

- "The Secret Weapon"

 

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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Issue #3

What's All-New Comics #3 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #3 is a 9.6 book from Edgar Church. It was sold in May 2014 for $2,749 - a decrease from its $3,680 price from 2002. A 5.5 copy had a price of $396 as of May 2020 and a 2.0 rated book was valued at $175 as of May 2021. These two last copies have only changed hands once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #3 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of May 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Bob Powell, Arturo Cazeneuve, Jill Elgin, Sam Glanzman, Bernie Krigstein and Ed Wheelan.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a fight between a man and a Nazi soldier on top of a shot-down plane in the sea. This issue is also known under the title All-New Short Story Comics.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories:

 


- "Destiny Flight of the Elsie-F"

- "Clash of the Yankee Patrol"

- "House of the Walking Dead"

- "Why, Woeful Wilbert...!"

- "Trail Blazing To Victory"

- "Help, Help!"

- "Suicide Mission"

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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Issue #4

What's All-New Comics #4 worth in 2022?

Only low to mid quality copies of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #4 have been sold at auction. The highest quality book ever sold is a 7.0, valued at $4,080 as of June 2019. This issue has been sold only once. A 4.5 copy was sold in May 2013 for $237, increasing its $145 value from 2007. And a 1.8 rated copy holds the lowest price for this issue’s sale, with a value of $131 as of October 2016.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #4 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of August 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Bob Powell, Arturo Cazeneuve, Jill Elgin, Sam Glanzman, Bernie Krigstein and Ed Wheelan.

Key Facts About the Comic

There were a few months without any release for the series. After three months, they came back under the name All-New Comics (the previous issues were known under the title All-New Short Story Comics).

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories:

 


- "Americans Fight Fair!"

- "Bombs Over Berlin"

- "Fall of the Rising Sun"

- "Poison In the Universe"

- "The Secret Formula"

- "Adventures of the Handy Dwarf"

- "The Young Avenger Strikes"

 

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Issue #5

What's All-New Comics #5 worth in 2022?

Out of the three low quality copies of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #5 to ever sell at auction, the highest price belongs to a 4.0 graded book, valued at $1,560 as of September 2021. In 2008, the same book was valued at just $191. The lowest price and rating belong to an incomplete 0.5 copy, sold only once for $53 in April 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #5 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of October 1943. It was written, penciled and inked by Alex Schomburg, Marty Epp, Bob Powell, Art Helfant, Jack Farr and Al Zere.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features two red-suited, flying heroes destroying an enemy plane.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories:

 


- "Revenge Is Sweet"

- "Doomed To Die"

- "Torpedoes For Dessert"

- "Desert of Death"

- "Mummy Madness"

- "Little Lady Make Believe"

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Issue #6

What's All-New Comics #6 worth in 2022?

A 9.6 copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #6 from Edgar Church was worth $3,680 when it was sold back in July 2002 for the first and only time. A 6.0 graded copy, sold for the first time in 2016, was valued at $599. And a 2.0 rated book was sold for $595 in March 2022 - a huge increase from its $88 value in 2013.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #6 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of January 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Louis Cazeneuve, Bob Powell, Ed Wheelan, Art Helfant and Louis Ferstadt.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features two red-suited heroes fighting goons on a Nazi invasion barge.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Boy Heroes story “Four Lads Get a New Name”

- Penny and Ulysses, Jr. unnamed story

- Blonde Bomber story “The Rocket Plane Mystery”

- Black Cat story “The Case of the Bounding Diamonds”

- “War Victory's Unsung Hero”

- “Where There's a Will”

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Issue #7

What's All-New Comics #7 worth in 2022?

The highest price for a copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #7 is $4,350. That price belongs to a 9.4 graded book sold in April 2012. Its value has increased since 2010 when it was sold for $2,629. A 6.0 rated issue sold in July 2016 for $375, slightly increasing its $310 value from 2011. The lowest price for issue #7 is $299 for a 1.0 graded copy sold in May 2022, but it was previously valued at $450 just a few months eariler.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #7 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of March 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Louis Cazeneuve, Claire Moe, Jill Elgin, Rudy Palais, Bob Powell, Joe Kubert and Ernie Schroeder.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features two red-suited heroes stopping a Nazi experiment.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each ( although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Boy Heroes story “The Glamourous Guerilla”

- Chickie Ricks story “Big Doings”

- Blonde Bomber story “Frau Doktor”

- Zebra story “Hijacking Jackal”

- "Satan Rides the Waves"

- "Murder On the Stage"

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Issue #8

What's All-New Comics #8 worth in 2022?

The highest quality book of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #8 to ever sell at auction is a 7.5, at a price of $2,070. This sale from July 2002 is the only time the issue changed hands. A 4.0 graded copy sold in November 2019 for a price of $1,995, slightly increasing its 2017 value of $1,550. And a 0.5 copy sold only once in November 2017 for $310.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #8 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of May 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Marv Levy, Louis Cazeneuve and Wood Cowan.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features the Boy Heroes attacking a Nazi facility.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Boy Heroes story “Fortunes for Four”

- "Flight of the Flying Angel"

- Blonde Bomber unnamed story

- "Fury of the Deep"

- Shock Gibson story "Bergs of Banzai"

- Corporal Fooie unnamed story

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Issue #9

What's All-New Comics #9 worth in 2022?

A 9.4 graded copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #9 holds the highest price for this issue’s sale at an auction, when it was bought for $4,900 in April 2012. Its price has increased from 2005, when it was valued at $3,000. A 5.0 rated copy sold in March 2016 for $508, and a 2.0 graded book had a price of $408 when it was sold in March 2020. Both of these issues were only sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #9 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of July 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Al Gabrielle, Louis Cazeneuve, Joe Kubert and Louis Ferstadt.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features the Boy Heroes fighting Nazis inside a plane.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Boy Heroes story "Destination Underground"

- Black Cat story "Murder Is Cash"

- "The Man Who Milked Spiders For Gold"

- Penny and Ulysses, Jr. story "Happy Snappy and the Three-Headed Monster"

- "Look At the Death Birdie"

- Blonde Bomber story "Danger In the Desert"

 

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Issue #10

What's All-New Comics #10 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #10 is a 9.2 graded issue, valued at $2,990 as of April 2004. In November 2016, a 5.5 copy was sold for $417; while a 5.5 book had a price of $225 as of December 2021. All three issues have only changed hands once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #10 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of September 1944. It was written, penciled and inked by Al Gabrielle, Louis Cazeneuve, Joe Kubert, Marv Levy, Art Helfant and Louis Ferstadt.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features the Boy Heroes stopping a Nazi experiment involving poisoned gas.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Boy Heroes story "Terror In Transylvania"

- Zebra story “The Knaves of the Night”

- "Murder At the Terminal"

- Reggy unnamed story

- “Private Pinky’s Package”

- Rosie the Riveter unnamed story

- "Witches Kill At Daylight"

- Slam Bang Lee unnamed story

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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Issue #11

What's All-New Comics #11 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #11 is a 9.4 grading, valued at $4,450 as of April 2012. The value has increased since its previous sale in 2006, when it sold for $3,346. In September 2015, a 4.0 rated copy was sold for $204, increasing its 2006 price of $126; while a 3.0 book had a price of $78 as of December 2005, having sold only once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #11 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of March 1946. It was written, penciled and inked by Jill Elgin, Ernie Schroeder, Bob Powell, Martin Epp, Jerry Robinson and Louis Ferstadt.

Key Facts About the Comic

The series took a pause of over a year, then returned with issue #11 around 17 months after the release of issue #10.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Boy Heroes story "Der Fuehrer From Flatbush"

- Girl Commandos story "Savage In Armor"

- Man In Black story "Death Picks a Victim"

- Penny and Ulysses, Jr. story "Kalamazooki"

- "Poison For Black Market Rats"

- "Fangs of the Black Panther"

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Issue #12

What's All-New Comics #12 worth in 2022?

The highest price for a copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #12 is $7,800, for a 9.8 book sold in September 2021. A 6.0 graded copy had a price of $191 when it was sold in June 2008, and a 3.5 rated copy had a value of $238 in February 2019. All three issues have only been sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #12 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of June 1946. It was written, penciled and inked by Marv Levy, Louis Cazeneuve and Joe Kubert.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features the Boy Heroes tearing a German plane apart.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Five Princesses of Pompadoonk unnamed story

- Boy Heroes story “The Island of Terror”

- "The Peril On Pluto"

- Clown unnamed story

- "Bombs of Diamonds"

- "Evil Fans the Flames"

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Issue #13

What's All-New Comics #13 worth in 2022?

The highest quality copy of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #13 to ever sell at auction is a 9.6 book, valued at $2,040 as of April 2022. This issue sold only once. In April 2016, a 5.0 rated copy was sold for $114, increasing its 2012 price of $88, and a 2.0 book sold in November 2008 for $54, changing hands only once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #13 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of August 1946. It was written, penciled and inked by Ham Fisher, Jack Simon, Joe Kirby, Art Helfant, Al Avison and Bob Powell.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features the Green Hornet for the first time.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each:

 


- Joe Palooka story "Command Performance"

- Stuntman story "The Diamond's Curse"

- Crackpot Cornelius unnamed story

- Green Hornet story "Crime at Floodtime"

- Flyin' Fool story "There's Our Plane, Gooch..."

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
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Issue #14

What's All-New Comics #14 worth in 2022?

Only high grading copies of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #14 have been auctioned, with the highest price belonging to a 9.6 graded copy sold only once for $960 in February 2022. The lowest price for this issue belongs to an 8.5 copy, valued at $388 as of November 2008. In 2004, this same book was valued at $920.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #14 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of February 1947. It was written, penciled and inked by Ham Fisher, Al Helfant, W. Jourdain, Al Avison and Bob Powell.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features some men carrying one of the Boy Heroes on their shoulders.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each:

 


- Joe Palooka story "How Joe Became Champ (ch. 1)"

- Joe Palooka story "The Big Fight (ch. 2)"

- Green Hornet story "Dognappers"

- The Flying Fool story “Flying Fool”

- Man In Black story "The Mystery of the Underground To Oblivion"

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Issue #15

What's All-New Comics #15 worth in 2022?

There is no sale data for any issue of All-New Comics Vol. 1 #15.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #15 of All-New Comics Vol. 1 has a cover date of April 1947. It was written, penciled and inked by Ham Fisher, Al Helfant, W. Jourdain, Al Avison and Bob Powell.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a black and white illustration of the Boy Heroes fighting some goons. This is the last issue of the series.

Story Synopsis

The issue features several war and fighting stories, with a different main character for each (although some of them don’t have a clear main character):

 


- Joe Palooka story "Jerry Puts On The Gloves"

- Black Cat story "The League of Little Men"

- Sergeant 5 x 5 unnamed story

- Rags Rabbit unnamed text story

- "The Prince and the Catfish"

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