Amazing Spider-Man

Marvel // March 1963 - November 1998
Issue count: 443

Most important and popular superhero created since Batman!

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Amazing Spider-Man

Nerdy science type. Radiation. Experiments. Sounds like The Incredible Hulk right? Wrong. This is the story of a young man, bitten by a radioactive spider. Orphaned at a young age and being raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben, Peter Parker would learn that "...with great power comes great responsibility". The Amazing Spider-man was born!

Conceived and delievered by two of comics greatest giants, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, Spidey would go on to become the most iconic super hero of his time. Bigger than the Man of Steel or even The Dark Knight. "Web-head", as he has been known to some, is someone the young people of any generation can relate to but someone that adults from any generation can respect. He'd like to "get the girl" and "win" at life. Often times he is lonely and with no more than a couple dollars in his pocket. No matter what is going on in his personal life he always remembers, "With great power comes great responsibility."

And so he soldiers on from muggers to mutants and gangland drug wars to space armadas sometimes faltering but never falling. It's been over 60 years since Spider-man debuted in the pages of Amazing Fantasy 15 in 1962 yet Stan Lee's greatest collaboration endures the test of time from issues of death (ASM 121 Death of Gwen Stacy), vigilanteism (ASM 129 1st Punisher), from disease (ASM 248 The Boy with Cancer) to this nation's darkest days (ASM 36 Vol 2 - Black Cover). It's easy to understand why the future is bright for Peter Parker and his alter ego, the beloved Amazing Spider-man!

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Issue #1

What's Amazing Spider-Man #1 worth in 2022?

The value of Amazing Spider-Man #1 in Mint condition has tripled in value in the last 10 years.  You can expect a perfect condition CGC NM+ 9.6 copy to sell for over $300,000, while back in 2005 - 2007, copies were only going for $100,000.  Since most collectors can’t afford NM+ copies, let’s look at mid grade (FN 6.0) and low grade (GD 2.0) copies instead. You could have purchased in FN 6.0 back in 2007 for a measly $4,000.  That same copy would now sell for $18,000! A very nice 400+% increase in value in a dozen years. In GD 2.0, it’s much the same story. In 2007, you could have picked up a low grade copy for $1,000.  Nowadays, the entry fee is $5,000 to acquire a readable, complete copy. For big key issues like Amazing Spider-Man #1, we recommend you pick up a low grade copy that looks nice and hold onto it for the long haul.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Following the huge success of Amazing Fantasy #15, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko began a new ongoing series named “The Amazing Spider-Man” in 1963.  Amazing Spider-Man #1 introduces J. Jonah Jameson and Spider-Man’s first villain - Chameleon. To add more gravitas to the issue, Lee and Ditko brought over the Fantastic Four to guest star.  #1 issues always hold their value for popular characters and although this wasn’t Spider-Man’s first appearance, it did let the world know that the Amazing Spider-Man was here to stay!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$4,650 $7,950 $16,200 $44,400 $131,450 $262,900

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Issue #2

What's Amazing Spider-Man #2 worth in 2022?

The value of Amazing Spider-Man #2 in Mint Condition has remained pretty stable over the past 10 years. In 2007, a CGC NM+ 9.6 copy sold for $72,000.  8 years later, in 2015, a CGC NM+ 9.6 copy sold for $72,895. That's not much of an increase in value over 8 years. In the affordable grades, it's value has risen steadily.  In 2007, you could acquire a low grade copy for $400. Now that same low grade copy would fetch over double that at $850! The same trend holds if you are looking at mid grade (FN) copies.  10 years ago, you could have purchased a nice mid grade copy for $1,000. In today's market, it sells for nearly $3,000! So, If you're looking to buy a copy, we recommend you purchase a low to mid grade copy (GD 2.0 to FN 6.0) and wait for price appreciation!

Why is this comic book valuable?

Amazing Spider-Man #2 features the very first time the Vulture appears in comic books.  The Vulture is one of Spider-Man's main enemies and a member of the Sinister Six. He was portrayed by Michael Keaton in the movie Spider-Man: Homecoming.  This issue is also the 3rd appearance of Spider-Man in comic history.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$850 $1,475 $2,675 $6,200 $26,300 $168,000

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Issue #3

What's Amazing Spider-Man #3 worth in 2022?

The value of Amazing Spider-Man #3 in Mint condition has remained relatively stable over the years.  In 2007, you could have picked up a CGC NM+ 9.6 copy for about $40,000. Today, you might be able to buy a copy for $50,000.  Mid and lower grade copies have done much better due to their affordability. In 2007, a FN 6.0 copy could be purchased for $1,000 but today you will need to spend $3,000 for that same grade.  Low grade copies (GD 2.0) have gone up in value from $300 in 2007 to $1,000 today. We recommend you pick up a nice mid grade copy with no marvel chipping (link) and hold on for the ride!

Why is this comic book valuable?

Dr. Octopus, Spider-Man’s most popular arch-nemesis (and most infamous), is introduced in issue #3.  In the Marvel Universe, EVERYONE is affected by radiation (including Spider-Man) and Dr. Octopus begins his reign of terror in the same way, after being bombarded with radiation after a nuclear accident.  The accident fuses his arms to his body, messes with Doc Ock’s mind and brings a whole new challenge to the web slinger. He also becomes the leader of the Sinister Six (link).

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$900 $1,625 $3,100 $7,325 $35,000 $144,000

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Issue #4

What's Amazing Spider-Man #4 worth in 2022?

In Mint condition, Amazing Spider-Man #4 is very rare and scarce.  There are only 3 copies in CGC NM+ 9.6 according to the CGC census (link).  The last (and only) public sale of a CGC NM+ 9.6 was back in 2011 for $77,000.  If another copy surfaced, there’s no guarantee that this price would be achieved again, however.  In low to mid grades, this issue is much more common. In 2007, FN 6.0 copies were selling for $600.  Today, you’ll pay about $2,000 for the same graded copy. That’s about a 350% increase. In low grade (GD 2.0) in 2007, copies were selling for $150.  Now, the price of a GD 2.0 copy will bring $500 or so. That is another 350% increase. You can’t go wrong with buying a nice copy of this issue, so if you’re looking for one, make sure it has bright colors and no marvel chipping (link).

Why is this comic book valuable?

Another radiation accident creates another great villain for Spidey - The Sandman!  The Sandman’s ability to become sand at a moment’s notice makes him nearly indestructible.  The Sandman is a member of the Sinister Six (link).

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$500 $900 $1,600 $3,600 $14,350 $174,000

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Issue #5

What's Amazing Spider-Man #5 worth in 2022?

The record sale was $30,017 in 2002 for a CGC NM+ 9.6 grade. A FN 6.0 went for $400 in 2006, then climbed up to $1,300. The GD 2.0 went for $100 in 2005, and currently sells for $300. These low-to-mid grade versions saw a 300% value increase during that time!

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue marks the first battle between Spider-Man and Dr. Doom! It's also the first time we see Doom use a robot decoy in a confrontation.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$325 $550 $1,075 $2,875 $14,850 $33,600

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Issue #6

What's Amazing Spider-Man #6 worth in 2022?

The value of Amazing Spider-Man #6 in Mint condition is $75,000 (CGC NM/MT 9.8).  It’s more readily available in high grade than issue #4. Still, it’s an iconic cover that is highly sought after by Spider-Man collectors and investors in Silver Age Comics.  Since 2007, FN 6.0 copies have increased in value from $400 to $1600, a 400% increase, while GD 2.0s have increased in value from $150 to around $400. We recommend you purchase a mid grade or higher copy due to the lack of scarcity of this comic and it’s affordability in these grades.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Amazing Spider-Man #6 introduces the Lizard, a reptilian lizard animal with a hatred for Spider-man.  In Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, Lizard becomes of member of the Sinister Six (link).

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$375 $575 $1,225 $2,100 $10,650 $71,000

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Issue #7

What's Amazing Spider-Man #7 worth in 2022?

Only two CGC NM+ 9.8 copies of this book exist, and one sold for $63,501 in 2017. Back in 2002 a FN 6.0 had a value of $220, and goes for $500 today. In the same period of time, a GD 2.0 climbed from $75 to $215.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue features the return of The Vulture after he escapes prison following the conclusion of The Amazing Spider-Man #2. This cements the villain as one of Spidey's top adversaries.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$225 $325 $550 $1,400 $10,000 $63,501

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Issue #8

What's Amazing Spider-Man #8 worth in 2022?

In 2018, a CGC NM+ 9.8 of this issue sold for $20,500. In 2002 you could get a FN 6.0 for around $200, climbing to its current value of $500. A GD 2.0 went for $60 in 2003 and now has a value of $175. This gives the low grade version a 200% price appreciation over that time!

Why is this comic book valuable?

It's the debut of Mr. Petty's Living Brain. It also features a hero vs. hero battle where Spidey faces off against the Human Torch!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$175 $250 $500 $1,000 $4,225 $23,400

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Issue #9

What's Amazing Spider-Man #9 worth in 2022?

There are only two known CGC NM+ 9.8 grades for this issue, and one sold at $58,000 in 2013. The mid-to-low grades have seen excellent growth trends. FN 6.0 was valued at $250 in 2002 and goes for $1,100 today. That's a 340% price increase! The GD 2.0 went for $60 in 2003, and now sells at $300. That's a 400% difference!

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue features the debut of Electro, one of Spider-Man's iconic adversaries.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$275 $600 $1,025 $2,575 $10,200 $132,000

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Issue #10

What's Amazing Spider-Man #10 worth in 2022?

There are only nine copies of this issue graded at CGC NM+ 9.8; one sold for $18,000 in 2011! A FN 6.0 was valued around $250 in 2002, and now sells for around $400, doubling in value within that timeframe. A GD 2.0 has seen relatively flat growth by comparison over the same years, increasing from $100 in 2002 to $140 today.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue features the debut of The Enforcers, a villain group of combat specialists.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $300 $425 $825 $3,150 $18,001

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Issue #11

What's Amazing Spider-Man #11 worth in 2022?

Seven copies of this issue exist at a grade of CGC NM+ 9.6, and one sold for $20,750 in 2011. Back in 2002 you could get a FN 6.0 for a price of $185, which is now valued at $500. A GD 2.0 increased in price from $40 in 2005 to a $100 value today.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue sees the return of Doctor Octopus, who hadn't been seen since The Amazing Spider-Man #3. The long awaited second appearance helped establish Doc Ock as a top adversary for Spider-Man.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$275 $300 $500 $2,225 $12,200 $42,000

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Issue #12

What's Amazing Spider-Man #12 worth in 2022?

The top value for this issue was $16,500 for a CGC NM+ 9.6 back in 2007. in 2003 a FN 6.0 went for $175, leading to its current price of $500. A GD 2.0 was priced at $40 in 2002 and currently goes for $125. That's a 300% increase!

Why is this comic book valuable?

Spider-Man loses his mask in battle with Doc Ock! Thankfully, everyone watching thinks Peter Parker is just pretending to be Spidey. It was potentially disastrous, but his true identity remained a secret.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$125 $250 $450 $950 $4,075 $37,200

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Issue #13

What's Amazing Spider-Man #13 worth in 2022?

In 2012, a CGC NM+ 9.6 sold for $33,500. The real story is the amazing increases this issue has seen at the mid-to-low grades. If you bought a FN 6.0 for $225 in 2003, it would be worth $1,500 today. That's a gain of over 550%! Even more impressive: the GD 2.0 saw appreciation from $50 to $450 for 800% growth!

Why is this comic book valuable?

It's the debut of Mysterio, one of Spider-Man's top villains in the history of the series!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$425 $750 $1,475 $3,200 $10,500 $45,600

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Issue #14

What's Amazing Spider-Man #14 worth in 2022?

As of this writing there is only 1 copy of Amazing Spider-man #14 in mint condition (CGC NM/MT 9.8) and it last sold for $55,000 in 2015. Spidey’s popularity is so strong the issue could easily fetch several thousand more dollars just 4 years later! Certainly one of the most sought after issues in any grade you will find this book a very stable investment in any condition. As with many issues from this era low to mid-grade books are more common and more affordable.

Copies in GD 2.0 sell for $900 today. Ten years ago the same book sold for just $200, which is a 400% increase in actual realized value. A mid-grade copy (CGC FN 6.0) produced similar results selling for $700 in 2009 and bringing $2,500 currently. Another huge increase in value! We recommend purchasing this book in whatever grade fits your budget. It is as close to a “sure thing” as you can get for a comic book.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Green is the theme for this issue of Amazing Spider-man. The introduction of one of Web-head’s most dastardly villains - Green Goblin! Stan Lee crafts a masterful tale of the Goblin’s secret identity that would linger another twenty-five issues. As if that isn’t enough Spider-man has his first run in with ol’ Mean Green, the Incredible Hulk! These panels are filled with mystery and mayhem from legendary artist, Steve Ditko. Often discussed as some of Lee and Ditko’s best work it is easy to see why this book could be considered so valuable.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$650 $1,275 $2,375 $3,850 $14,400 $210,000

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Issue #15

What's Amazing Spider-Man #15 worth in 2022?

This issue sold at $13,700 for a CGC NM+ 9.6 back in 2012. Its value is going through the roof as movie speculation heats up. In 2002 a FN 6.0 sold for $150, ramping to its current price of $1,000. GD 2.0 went from $50 to $450. 500-800% growth!

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue features the first appearance of Kraven the Hunter. A movie is in the works for this character, causing speculators to jump in on this debut! The price could go even higher.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$325 $600 $1,025 $2,700 $7,500 $78,000

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Issue #16

What's Amazing Spider-Man #16 worth in 2022?

The highest quality book registered for The Amazing Spider-Man Vol #16 is a 9.8 copy, which sold for a price of $36,000 in August 2016, an increase from its 2018 price of $17,500. A 5.0 copy has a December 2021 value of $1,199, after selling for $793 just 4 months before. A 1.5 copy has a value of $230 as of January 2021, after selling for $123 in 2003.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #16 of Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 is called “Duel with Daredevil”. It has a cover date of October 1964. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The issue features Daredevil (Matt Murdoch) and the Circus of Crime, represented by the issue’s main antagonist, The Ringmaster.

The cover features Spider-Man fighting Daredevil while they’re both balancing on a circus trapeze, while The Ringmaster watches them and smiles with an evil look on his face.

Story Synopsis

One night, Spider-Man and Matt Murdoch get lured to a circus, where they falsely advertised Spider-Man would be showing for a special charity performance. While performing, The Ringmaster uses his hat to hypnotize the audience and Spider-Man himself.

Murdoch is not affected with the hypnosis due to his blindness and becomes Daredevil to fight the crooks.

The Ringmaster controls Spidey to protect the crooks against Daredevil, but eventually he manages to get Spider-Man out of the hypnosis and returns to the audience as Matt Murdoch. Spider-Man cleans up the rest of the Circus of Crime crooks and Murdoch offers his services as a defense attorney to the now arrested Ringmaster.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$330 $450 $550 $1,950 $3,500 $36,000

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Issue #17

What's Amazing Spider-Man #17 worth in 2022?

The highest valued copy of The Amazing Spider-Man Vol #17 sold at auction was a 9.8 book sold in September 2021 at $26,400, increasing its price of $17,200 from 2012. A 6.0 rated copy has a December 2021 value of $800, but it was sold for $945 the previous August. A 1.5 has a value of $190 as of July 2021, increasing its $139 value from September 2020.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #17 of Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 is called “The Return of the Green Goblin!”. It was published in July 1964 with a cover date of October 1964. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

It marks the first appearance of Wilson Allan (Harry Osborn’s future father-in-law) and Charlie Thompson (Peter Parker’s classmate) in the comics. It also features The Human Torch.

It is also the first time the Green Goblin uses his Goblin Glider to fly and attack Spider-Man.

Story Synopsis

Flash Thompson announces the foundation of the “Spider-Man Fan Club” and invites everyone to join, except Peter. As Peter is walking home, he notices some sort of getaway which he tries to stop, becoming Spider-Man, only to find out that it was a movie scene and he just interfered. The next day, the newspapers are mocking him.

Peter shows up to the Fan Club meeting as Spider-Man and the Green Goblin makes his appearance to attack him and the audience, who don't know what’s happening and they think it’s all part of the show, so they keep cheering for Spidey. Johnny Storm is amongst them but he realizes they’re in danger, so he becomes The Human Torch to help Spider-Man fight the Green Goblin.

While fighting, Peter overhears someone saying Aunt May just suffered a heart attack. He leaves the scene and The Green Goblin escapes. Spider-Man is branded a coward for leaving and Peter is upset because he can’t protect Aunt May all the time, despite his powers.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$230 $350 $675 $875 $20 $26,400

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Issue #18

What's Amazing Spider-Man #18 worth in 2022?

The highest price recorded for a copy of The Amazing Spider-Man Vol #18 is $24,000, sold in September 2021. This 9.8 book sold for $16,730 in 2012, increasing its price over 9 years.. A 6.0 has a December 2021 value of $649, after selling for $525 in May, and a 1.5 has a value of $115 as of April 2021, but was sold for $125 the previous January.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #18 of Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 is called “The End of Spider-Man!”. It was published in August 1964 with a cover date of November 1964. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen. 

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue features some heroes from the Avengers team (Tony Stark as Iron Man, Thor, Steve Rogers as Captain America, Henry Pym as Giant Man, and Janet Van Dyne as The Wasp). Johnny Storm (The Human Torch) appears once again.

The cover art shows Spider-Man hiding helpless on a street corner while Flint Marko (the Sandman) attacks the city.

Story Synopsis

After being ridiculed for leaving his fight against the Green Goblin in the previous issue, all of Spider-Man’s previous villains and some other superheroes are talking about it. Meanwhile, Peter spends his time taking care of Aunt May and that’s what takes most of his time. 

After trying to sell his web as Spider-Man to make money for Aunt May’s medicine, he encounters the Sandman on his way home, but he just runs away and hides, concerned about leaving Aunt May alone. The public sees this and they write-off Spidey as a coward again. The crime in the city keeps rising, and Johnny Storm becomes the Human Torch to write a message in the sky for Peter to see, but he doesn’t show up to the meeting point. 

Flash Thompson wants to clear Spider-Man’s name, so he dresses as the superhero and goes out to the street to fight criminals, but he gets beaten up. Peter receives the news that Aunt May is in the clear and doesn’t need more medicine. He sees another article about Spider-Man being weak, so he decides to go out to the streets and fight back.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$250 $400 $420 $725 $4,175 $24,000

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Issue #19

What's Amazing Spider-Man #19 worth in 2022?

The highest price ever recorded for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #19 is $24,927, paid for a 9.9 rated copy in July 2017. However, it was valued at $29,000 back in 2009. A 5.0 graded book with the case cracked had a price of $99 as of November 2017. And a 0.5 rated issue was sold for $36 in November 2017. All three copies have only been sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #19 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Spidey Strikes Back!”. It has a cover date of December 1964. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man swinging on a web towards the reader.

Story Synopsis

Some villains kidnap The Human Torch and Peter must put his obligations at the Daily Bugle aside to focus on rescuing his superhero friend.

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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 $29,000

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Issue #20

What's Amazing Spider-Man #20 worth in 2022?

There are only four known copies of this issue in CGC NM+ 9.8, with a record sale price of $18,200 for the grade. A FN 6.0 sold for $150 in 2003, exploding to its current value of $600. That's a 400% increase! The GD 2.0 showed parallel growth, with a 2005 $50 value now raised up to $200.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Scorpion makes his debut! He attacks J. Jonah Jameson for being the only one who knows his secret identity, but Spidey comes to the rescue.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $350 $600 $1,250 $3,600 $65,500

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Issue #21

What's Amazing Spider-Man #21 worth in 2022?

A 9.8 rated copy of Amazing Spider-Man #21 has the highest recorded price for this issue at an auction; it was sold for $45,600 in November 2021. A few months earlier, it was valued at $11,400. A 4.0 graded copy sold in January 2022 for $299, increasing its $195 value from 2021. And a 1.5 graded book was sold for $114 in March 2022, increasing its 2017 price of $71.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #21 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Where Flies the Beetle...!”. It has a cover date of February 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man and The Human Torch fighting against a foe.

Story Synopsis

After a criminal who was locked up by The Human Torch escapes prison, Johnny Storm and Peter Parker must rally to stop his evil plans before he gets his revenge against Johnny.

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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 $45,600

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Issue #22

What's Amazing Spider-Man #22 worth in 2022?

The highest quality copy of Amazing Spider-Man #22 ever sold is a 9.8 graded book valued at $22,800 as of September 2021. Its price increased since 2013, when it was sold for $12,250. A 4.5 rated copy had a price of $26 as of December 2007, and a 0.5 rated copy was sold in April 2012 for $20. Both of these issues were only sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #22 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Preeeeeesenting...the Clown, and his Masters of Menace!”. It has a cover date of March 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features some goons who are scared of the Spider-signal.

Story Synopsis

Peter goes to an art exhibit with Betty Brandt and he finds out the Ringmaster is carrying out a heist right there. Saving J. Jonah Jameson and the guests, Spidey manages to capture him and bring him to justice.

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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 $22,800

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Issue #23

What's Amazing Spider-Man #23 worth in 2022?

The highest price ever paid for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #23 is $45,600 for a 9.8 rated book sold in September 2021. In 2020, the same book was valued at just $40. A 5.5 graded copy was sold in June 2007 for $46, changing hands only that one time, and a 1.5 rated copy was sold in September 2009 for a price of $51, more than doubling its $24 price from 2006.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #23 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Goblin and the Gangsters”. It has a cover date of April 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue features the Lucky Lobo Gang for the first time in the comics.

Story Synopsis

The Green Goblin wants to take over the Lucky Lobo Gang, so he puts Spider-Man on the trail for their current leader. His plan is for Spider-Man to take him out so he can become the new leader, but his plans fail after the police manage to catch the whole gang, leaving no one for the Goblin to command.

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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 $45,600

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Issue #24

What's Amazing Spider-Man #24 worth in 2022?

A 9.6 rated copy of Amazing Spider-Man #24 was sold for $10,500 in June 2006. This was the only time that issue was sold at auction. A 5.5 graded copy was sold in March 2022 for $235, after increasing its $135 value from 2020. And a 1.8 copy sold in June 2019 for a price of $44 - a slight decrease from its $50 price in 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #24 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Spider-Man Goes Mad!”. It has a cover date of May 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting holographic projections of Vulture and Sandman.

Story Synopsis

Peter thinks he’s starting to lose his mind after Dr. Octopus, Vulture and Sandman appear out of nowhere, attack him, and disappear just as fast. But it is revealed that they’re all holographic projections of the villains, used by Mysterio to beat Spider-Man.

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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 $20,195

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Issue #25

What's Amazing Spider-Man #25 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of Amazing Spider-Man #25 is a 9.8 graded book, valued at $26,400 in September 2021. That was the only time that book was sold at auction. A 6.0 copy sold in May 2022 had a price of $434, increasing its $300 value from 2020. And a 1.5 rated book was sold in October 2018 for $40, decreasing its 2013 price of $54.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #25 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Captured By J.Jonah Jameson!”. It has a cover date of June 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting against J. Jonah Jameson wearing a suit with tentacles.

Story Synopsis

An inventor shows up at the Daily Bugle and presents Jameson with a suit that will unmask Spider-Man. Peter sets up a trap with one of his suits to deactivate the robot and beat them, but after he succeeds in doing so, Aunt May finds his spare costume. She demands an explanation and accepts the one that Peter gives her, but now Peter has no suit.

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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 $26,400

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Issue #26

What's Amazing Spider-Man #26 worth in 2022?

The top price for Amazing Spider-Man #26 is $38,400 for a 9.8 copy sold in September 2021. In 2018, it was valued at $15,000. A 5.5 rated copy with the case cracked had a price of $87 as of March 2015, and a 1.5 graded book was valued at $80 in September 2021, an increase from its 2021 value of $60.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #26 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Man in the Crime-Master's Mask!”. It has a cover date of July 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

This is the first appearance of the villain Crime Master in the comics.

Story Synopsis

The Green Goblin starts working with the Crime Master to beat Spider-Man, who doesn’t have a suit at the moment. He gets one from a cheap costume store and attaches it together with his web. Eventually Peter gets on the trail of the Crime Master and the Goblin and he goes after them, but at the end of the issue, he ends up being captured by the villains.

 

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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 $38,400

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Issue #27

What's Amazing Spider-Man #27 worth in 2022?

The top rated copy of Amazing Spider-Man #27 to ever sell at auction is a 9.8 graded book valued at $36,000 as of September 2021. Another book, rated 6.5, had a price of $520 in June 2022, almost doubling its price of $262 from 2021. A 1.8 copy had a June 2021 price of $94, greatly increasing its 2010 value of just $9.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #27 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Bring Back My Goblin to Me!”. It has a cover date of August 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue is the continuation of the story from issue #26, where the Green Goblin and Crime Master trapped Spider-Man and are about to unmask him.

Story Synopsis

As the Goblin and the Crime Master are about to unmask Spider-Man, the police barge in and save him. The Crime Master is shot right before he can reveal the identity of The Green Goblin, and at the end of the issue, we see a maskless Goblin (but with his face turned away) swearing revenge on Spider-Man. Peter makes himself a new suit.

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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 $36,000

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Issue #28

What's Amazing Spider-Man #28 worth in 2022?

The top value for this issue was $35,000 in 2018 for CGC NM+ 9.6. There are only eight documented copies at this grade, and none higher. A FN 6.0 copy for $90 in 2002 is now $250. There are only 12 documented copies in GD 2.0, which might account for the stagnant price of $50 from 2004 to today. It's an outlier, as a VG 4.0 saw a 250% increase during the same time period.

Why is this comic book valuable?

It's the first appearance of Molten Man.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$50 $150 $275 $1,050 $16,500 $42,000

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Issue #29

What's Amazing Spider-Man #29 worth in 2022?

The top rated copy of Amazing Spider-Man #29 to ever sell at auction is a 9.8 graded book valued at $9,300 as of June 2022. In 2021, the same book was valued at $14,400. A 6.0 copy was sold in April 2022 for $228, slightly decreasing its $280 value from a few months earlier, and a 1.5 rated copy was sold in July 2018 for $69, increasing its $43 value from 2016.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #29 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Never Step on a Scorpion! or You Think It's Easy to Dream Up Titles Like This?”. It has a cover date of October 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting the Scorpion in a water tank.

Story Synopsis

The Scorpion’s costume is sent to him again in prison, and he manages to escape. He blows up J. Jonah Jameson’s office and Spider-Man manages to capture him and send him back to prison. At home, Aunt May almost faints after getting a dizzy spell.

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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 $14,400

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Issue #30

What's Amazing Spider-Man #30 worth in 2022?

The top price for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #30 is $12,000, which was paid for a 9.8 rated copy sold in September 2021. The same book was valued at $8,246 back in 2011. A 5.5 graded copy was valued at $110 in August 2020, and in April 2017, a 1.5 book was sold for $26, slightly decreasing its $35 value from 2012.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #30 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Claws of the Cat!”. It has a cover date of November 1965. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting the Cat Burglar on the top of a building, and the villain dropping a water tank over Spidey.

Story Synopsis

A criminal known only as the Cat Burglar robs Jameson’s house and he hires a private detective to capture him, also putting up a reward to whoever gets him first. But Spider-Man learns about the reward and starts his own investigation.

 

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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 $12,000

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Issue #31

What's Amazing Spider-Man #31 worth in 2022?

A CGC NM+ 9.6 sold for $11,400 in 2018. A FN 6.0 was valued at $70 in 2002, and is now priced at $300 for an increase over $300%. A GD 2.0 doubled its price in the same time period, jumping from $35 to $70. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

A double debut for two of the most important people in Peter Parker's life: Gwen Stacy and Harry Osborn. Professor Warren also makes his debut, and would later become Jackal.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$75 $175 $300 $675 $5,625 $96,000

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Issue #32

What's Amazing Spider-Man #32 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of Amazing Spider-Man #32 is a 9.8 graded book, valued at $12,000 as of September 2021. A 5.5 copy was sold in July 2022 for a price of $179, increasing its $143 value from the previous year. A 1.5 rated book was sold for $92 in August 2021, hugely increasing its $16 value from 2017.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #32 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Man on a Rampage!”. It has a cover date of January 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man destroying a huge concrete structure.

Story Synopsis

We discover that Doctor Octopus has been running experiments and stealing nuclear equipment. Aunt May is dying due to poisoning in her blood, and Peter realizes it’s because of the blood transfusion he gave her a few weeks ago. He and Dr. Connors try to save her.

 

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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 $12,000

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Issue #33

What's Amazing Spider-Man #33 worth in 2022?

The highest price point for this issue was in 2019, with a $5,000 value for a CGC NM+ 9.8. If you bought a FN 6.0 for $50 it would be worth around $150 today for a 300% value increase! Even if the high end price isn't remarkable compared to others in this early series, the mid-to-low end has showed great return on investment.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The issue starts with an iconic, nerve-wracking scene where Spidey is struggling to escape an underground lair that's being flooded with water.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$25 $125 $175 $325 $725 $9,700

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Issue #34

What's Amazing Spider-Man #34 worth in 2022?

A 9.8 graded copy of Amazing Spider-Man #34 was sold for $13,200 in September 2021, increasing its 2020 value of $9,300. A 5.5 copy, on the other hand, had a price of $155 as of June 2022 after being sold for $237 the previous year. A 1.8 rated book was sold for $97 in January 2021, hugely increasing its $16 value from 2017.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #34 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Thrill of the Hunt!”. It has a cover date of March 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting Kraven the Hunter as they both fall from a building.

Story Synopsis

Aunt May is now healthy again, but there have been sightings of Spider-Man commiting shady acts across the city. But it is actually Kraven the Hunter impersonating Spidey to stain his name. Peter manages to stop Kraven and clear Spider-Man’s name, but now he must decide what to do about Betty, who’ll never accept his double life as a vigilante.

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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 $25,250

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Issue #35

What's Amazing Spider-Man #35 worth in 2022?

Amazing Spider-Man #35 has many issues previously sold and currently selling at auction. The highest quality book ever sold is a 9.8 graded copy valued at $38,400 in September 2021. Its price has almost doubled since 2013 when it was valued at $19,977. The lowest quality copy to ever sell at auction is a 0.5 rated book, valued at $35 as of December 2017, when it was sold for the first and only time.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #35 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Molten Man Regrets...!”. It has a cover date of April 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting Molten Man, who’s inside of a huge hamster-like ball.

Story Synopsis

Spider-Man stops the Molten Man after he robs a jewelry store. But Peter gets sad after realizing Betty Brandt has left the Daily Bugle and is most likely on the West Coast with Ned Leeds.

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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 $38,400

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Issue #36

What's Amazing Spider-Man #36 worth in 2022?

The top rated copy of Amazing Spider-Man #36 is a 9.8 graded copy valued at $13,200 in September 2021. Its price has doubled since 2011 when it was valued at $6,573. Other sales include a 5.0 rated copy sold for $145 in May 2022; and a 1.0 graded book valued at $31 as of September 2016.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #36 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “When Falls the Meteor!”. It has a cover date of May 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting a man in what seems to be an atom.

Story Synopsis

A meteor crashes and Norton Fester, a scientist, retrieves it and looks for funding to research the microscopic life on it. After being turned down by a bank and his friends, he cracks it open himself, gaining strength and becoming Looter. Spider-Man goes after him and manages to capture him and turn him over to the police.

 

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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 $13,200

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Issue #37

What's Amazing Spider-Man #37 worth in 2022?

The highest price ever paid for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #37 is $31,200. It was paid for a 9.8 rated copy sold in September 2021. Its price decreased slightly as it was sold for $35,300 some months before. A 6.0 graded book had a value of $399 as of May 2022, decreasing its 2021 value of $400, and a 1.0 rated copy had a price of $16 in its only sale in March 2009.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #37 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Once Upon A Time, There Was A Robot...!”. It has a cover date of June 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting a robot surrounded by fire, and the other side of the cover shows him fighting against a training buddy.

Story Synopsis

Spider-Man must defeat Prof. Stromm and his robots who are sent to attack him after Stromm and Dr. Osborn, who were working on a project together, parted ways. Spider-Man manages to defeat the robots and trap Professor Stromm but just as he’s about to confess, a mysterious rifleman shoots him from a distance and he escapes.

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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 $35,300

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Issue #38

What's Amazing Spider-Man #38 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of Amazing Spider-Man #38 is a 9.8 rated book, valued at $12,600 as of September 2021. Its price has more than doubled since 2012, when it was valued at $6,000. A 4.5 graded book was sold in June 2022 for a price of $153, increasing its $110 value from 2021; while a 1.5 copy was sold in April 2009 for $16, only $1 more than its previous sale earlier the same year.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #38 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Just A Guy Named Joe!”. It has a cover date of July 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by Steve Ditko and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The issue marks the first appearance of villain Joe Smith.

Story Synopsis

Spider-Man must stop Joe Smith, a wannabe boxer who was working as a stuntman and got exposed to chemicals. The story has a happy ending, however, as Joe actually manages to get a full role in the movie he was filming. But Peter becomes angry at Ned because he has the chance to be with Betty and he doesn’t, since he’s living his double life.

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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 $12,600

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Issue #39

What's Amazing Spider-Man #39 worth in 2022?

There are five documented copies of this issue graded at CGC NM+ 9.8, with a top price point of $14,000. A FN 6.0 sold for about $70, and is now worth $250! GD 2.0 had an even bigger increase, going from $15 in 2007 to its current price of $80. That's growth over 400%!

Why is this comic book valuable?

It's the shocking unmasking of Green Goblin, who is revealed to be Norman Osborn. This plot was a main focus of the iconic 2002 Spider-Man film.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$75 $125 $250 $525 $3,000 $38,400

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Issue #40

What's Amazing Spider-Man #40 worth in 2022?

Back in 2010, a CGC NM+ 9.6 was sold for $30,000! FN 6.0 had a modest increase, going from $100 in 2002 to its current value of $150. A GD 2.0 doubled its sell cost from $35 in 2007 to today's price of $70.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Following up on issue #39, the battle with Green Goblin changes Norman Osborn's memory to remove the villain from his personality. This puts the iconic adversary to rest . . . for now!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$50 $75 $175 $375 $1,900 $30,000

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Issue #41

What's Amazing Spider-Man #41 worth in 2022?

Today, a CGC 4.0 copy of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 41, sells for about $200, but a CGC 6.0 copy goes for about $180. However, in 2006, the price for a first print CGC 9.8 copy spiked to $13,500, and it spiked again in 2012.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This 1966 release introduces Rino, a horned villain influenced by foreign interests. Regardless if you purchase this comic for resale value, the graphics of “The Horns of the Rhino!” are just smashing.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$75 $175 $300 $650 $2,450 $60,000

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Issue #42

What's Amazing Spider-Man #42 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 42, is generally stable under 1K, but in 2018, a record sale for a CGC 9.8 was $7,001, followed by 2-3K for slightly lower grade copies. Today, a CGC 2.0 copy sells for $30 and a CGC 6.0 copy is valued around $70, but limited copies make this issue hard to find.

Why is this comic book valuable?

In this 1966 release of “The Birth of Super-Hero,” Rino makes a space-strength comeback after exposure to strange spores on a space mission. And, Mary Jane (MJ) reveals her lovely face for the first time.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$25 $50 $125 $300 $1,950 $14,400

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Issue #43

What's Amazing Spider-Man #43 worth in 2022?

A 9.8 graded copy of Amazing Spider-Man #43 was sold for $11,100 in September 2021, after being valued at $7,800 in 2020. A 5.0 rated copy of this issue signed by John Romita Sr. had a price of $345 in January 2022, and a 1.0 rated book was sold in August 2021 for $78 in its only sale.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #43 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Rhino on the Rampage!”. It has a cover date of December 1966. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by John Romita Sr. and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The issue features John Romita Sr. for the first time as a penciller/inker on the series.

Story Synopsis

Peter is relaxing with MJ at his house but as they watch the news of Rhino escaping prison again, Peter realizes Spider-Man has to stop him. He manages to do so but as he gets home again, discovers that Aunt May is sick again as she hasn’t refilled her medication because it’s too expensive.

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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 $11,100

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Issue #44

What's Amazing Spider-Man #44 worth in 2022?

Today, Amazing Spider-Man #44 sells for $324 for a VF+8.5 and $325 for a VF/NM9.0. The highest graded copy ever sold was an NM/MT9.8 and sold for $4,600 in December 2002. Current FN6.0 copies sell for $125 (high) and $55 (low). Previous FN6.0 copies have sold for $43 in 2002, $60 in 2003, $41 in 2004, $27 in 2005, $43 in 2006, $43 in 2008, $37 in 2009, $30 in 2010, $60 in 2011, $123 in 2012, $60 in 2013, $40 in 2015, $135 (high) in 2018, and $61 (low) in 2013. Previous GD2.0 copies have sold for $49 in 2002, $20 in 2006, $14 in 2012, and $25 in 2014.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Amazing Spider-Man #44 was published in 1967. This issue contains the first appearance of the Silver Spoon Cafe.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$25 $75 $75 $225 $1,675 $24,000

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Issue #45

What's Amazing Spider-Man #45 worth in 2022?

The highest price ever paid for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #45 is $4,560, paid in June 2022 for a 9.8 book. The same book even reached $8,000 in 2009. A 6.5 graded book was sold in April 2022 for a price of $304, more than doubling its 2019 value of $150, and a 1.8 rated copy had a price of $12 in its only sale in March 2009.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #45 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Spidey Smashes Out!”. It has a cover date of February 1967. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by John Romita Sr., and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a tied-up Spider-Man fighting the Lizard.

Story Synopsis

The Lizard is trying to develop a poison that will turn all lizards into his warriors, but Spider-Man manages to cure him and stop the turning. He is doing very well with his superhero life, but starts to get angry at how his Spider-Man responsibilities are taking up all of his time.

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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 $8,000

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Issue #46

What's Amazing Spider-Man #46 worth in 2022?

The mint condition value of The Amazing Spider-Man Vol #46 is $18,000 for a 9.8 issue which was sold only 3 times: in November 2021, August 2021 for $15,000, and in November 2013 for $10,000. A 6.5 rated copy has a December 2021 value of $531, after selling for $418 a year before, and a 1.5 copy has a value of $100 as of October 2021, being the only recorded price for the issue.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #46 of Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 is called “The Sinister Shocker!”. It was published in December 1966 with a cover date of March 1967. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by John Romita Sr., colour by Marie Severin, and lettering by Sam Rosen. 

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue marks the first appearance and shows the origin story of villain Herman Schultz (The Shocker).

This is the first issue in which we can see Harry Osborn’s new apartment.

The cover features Spider-Man fighting The Shocker, a yellow-suited villain who fires beams from his gauntlets.

Story Synopsis

Spider-Man is perching on a building when he gets shaken off. Inside, he meets The Shocker, who hits strong punches with vibrating waves to knock Spider-Man off balance. Due to his vibrating body, he is able to deflect Spidey’s attacks and manages to escape.

Peter goes to The Daily Bugle to sell The Shocker pictures. He then runs into Harry Osborn, who invites him to his new apartment, paid for by his dad so Harry is closer to the school. 

In his hideout, The Shocker remembers the origin of his powers. While arrested for robbery, he created a tool that vibrates to open any locks and safes. After escaping prison, he then created a suit with similar technology and became The Shocker. 

Peter goes with Mary Jane to a farewell party for Flash Thompson, who’s getting drafted for the army. After the party, he goes to change in an alley and almost gets caught. He manages to remain secret and hears reports of tremors in the Federal Reserve. After finding The Shocker inside and battling with him, he manages to capture him and take pictures to sell.

Aunt May moves in with Mrs. Watson and Peter goes to live with Harry in his new apartment, feeling an odd depression and weariness he can’t understand.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$180 $500 $380 $575 $2,950 $18,000

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Issue #47

What's Amazing Spider-Man #47 worth in 2022?

Most of the copies of Amazing Spider-Man #47 that have been sold at auction have a high grading, but the highest of all is a 9.8 book, valued at $5,760 as of September 2021. In 2020, the same book was valued at $3,720. A medium-grade copy, rated 5.0, had a price of $228 as of April 2022, increasing its 2021 value of $125. And even though the vast majority of the issues have high gradings, there’s also a 1.0 book, sold only once in April 2009 for $10.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #47 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “In the Hands of the Hunter!”. It has a cover date of April 1967. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by John Romita Sr., and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Kraven the Hunter with many smaller Spider-Mans around him.

Story Synopsis

The Green Goblin was supposed to pay Kraven to fight Spider-Man, but Norman Osborn lost his memory, so the Goblin is nowhere to be found. At a farewell party for Flash Thompson (who’s leaving for the Army), Kraven kidnaps Harry Osborne to have leverage over his father. Peter manages to save Harry but Kraven gets away. Back at the party, Peter and Flash decide to bury the hatchet and become friends.

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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 $6,600

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Issue #48

What's Amazing Spider-Man #48 worth in 2022?

The top price for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #48 is $4,300 paid for a 9.8 book in January 2022, a decrease from its 2021 value of $5,040. A 5.0 rated copy was sold in March 2021 for a price of $125, increasing its 2020 value of $80, and a 1.8 graded copy had a price of $40 in its only sale in November 2020.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #48 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Wings of the Vulture!”. It has a cover date of May 1967. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by John Romita Sr. and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue marks the first appearance of Blackie Drago as the Vulture, after the apparent death of Adrian Toomes.

Story Synopsis

A dying Adrian Toomes tells his cellmate, Blackie Drago, the location of a spare set of Vulture wings. Afterwards, it is revealed that Adrian’s accident was caused by Drago so he could get his hands on the wings. Peter searches the city for Kraven the Hunter after the events of issue #47, but he is attacked by the new Vulture and left unconscious on the snow.

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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 $5,040

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Issue #49

What's Amazing Spider-Man #49 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of Amazing Spider-Man #49 is a 9.8 rated book, valued at $5,300 as of November 2021. Its price has greatly decreased as it was sold for $10,500 earlier that year. A 6.0 graded copy was sold in June 2022 for $149, decreasing its 2021 price of $215. The lowest rating copy ever sold is a 1.5 rated copy, valued at $8 in December 2010, also decreasing its $10 value from 2009.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #49 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “From the Depths of Defeat!”. It has a cover date of June 1967. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencil and ink by John Romita Sr. and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Kraven the Hunter grabbing Spider-Man from behind while the Vulture punches him.

Story Synopsis

While Peter is recovering, the Vulture and Kraven the Hunter go after each other. Peter hears about the crime wave unleashed by the two and forces himself out of bed to go capture them. When he finds them, they both turn against him, but their inability to work together helps Spidey win the fight and capture them both, while also taking a few pictures for the Daily Bugle.

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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 $10,500

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Issue #50

What's Amazing Spider-Man #50 worth in 2022?

In 2014, a first print, CGC 9.8 copy, of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 50, had a record sale of a whopping $30,000! Today, a CGC 2.0 copy sells for around $100, and a CGC 6.0 copy averages a price of $350.

Why is this comic book valuable?

In this 1967 release of “Spider-Man No More,” Spider-Man casts off his suit for college life, and the Daily Bugle nabs it for display. But the fan value is in Spider-Man’s story of renewed commitment to bring down villain Kingpin’s mob rule using Peter Parker’s superhero heart.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$100 $325 $575 $1,375 $7,225 $66,000

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Issue #51

What's Amazing Spider-Man #51 worth in 2022?

A 9.8 graded copy of Amazing Spider-Man #51 was sold for $31,200 in September 2021, this being the highest grading and value for this issue. A 5.0 book has a value of $275 as of August 2021, and a 1.8 rated issue was sold in January 2022 for $180. All three issues have only been sold once.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #51 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “In the Clutches of the Kingpin!”. It has a cover date of August 1967. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencils by John Romita Sr., ink by Mike Esposito, and lettering by Sam Rosen.

Key Facts About the Comic

This is the first issue featuring Mike Esposito (Iron Man, Marvel Two-In-One) as an inker for the series, with John Romita Sr. only taking care of the pencils.

Story Synopsis

The Kingpin has his men kidnap J. Jonah Jameson, after finding out Spider-Man is back in action. Spidey tracks the goons to their lair but the Kingpin gets the upperhand in a 1v1 combat. The issue ends with Kingpin ordering his men to execute both Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson.

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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 $31,200

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Issue #66

What's Amazing Spider-Man #66 worth in 2022?

The highest rated copy of Amazing Spider-Man #66 to ever sell at auction is a 9.8 book valued at $5,500 in November 2009. This copy has only been sold once. The lowest rating copy, on the other hand, is a 1.8 book, valued at just $14 in August 2013. Its price has slightly decreased since 2012, when it was valued at $15.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #66 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Madness Of Mysterio!”. It has a cover date of November 1968. It was written and edited by Stan Lee, with pencils by John Romita Sr. and Don Heck, ink by Mickey Demeo, and lettering by Artie Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting Mysterio.

Story Synopsis

Mysterio manages to escape from prison and taunts Peter to go fight him. He does so, but is then tricked and trapped by Mysterio. The issue ends with a tiny Spider-Man in an amusement park while a giant Mysterio is looming over him.

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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 $5,500

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Issue #78

What's Amazing Spider-Man #78 worth in 2022?

With ten copies at the high grade of NM/MT 9.8, there's plenty of movement at the top for this Silver Age book. The highest sale was $3,812 in 2018. FN 6.0 was at $30 in 2004 and had no growth for many years until finally increasing to today's price of $85 for almost 300% profit. VG/FN 5.0 performed even better, from $15 in 2004 to today's $95.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Amazing Spider-Man #78 was published in 1969. This issue marks the first appearance by Hobie Brown AKA The Prowler!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$25 $50 $75 $200 $775 $10,800

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Issue #100

What's Amazing Spider-Man #100 worth in 2022?

There are 65 copies of this book at the high grade of NM/MT 9.8, so there's plenty of market history. It went from $2,875 in 2002 all the way up to the historical high of $6,766 in 2009. It saw a massive dip from there to a low of $1,500 in 2015, and inched back a bit to today's $3,200. Other grades followed a similar trajectory: FN 6.0 started at $50 in 2002 followed by lots of fluctuation, and settled at today's $125.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This is the centennial issue of “The Amazing Spider-Man” comic book series.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$50 $75 $125 $200 $500 $16,800

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Issue #101

What's Amazing Spider-Man #101 worth in 2022?

The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 101, CGC 9.8 copy had a record sale of $10,650 in 2019! Today, a CGC 2.0 copy sells around $225, and the price of a CGC 6.0 copy averages $385.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This 1971 release of gets freaky! A six-armed Spider-Man fights Morbius, The Living Vampire, who looks like a disco disaster. Dr. Curtis Connors (the Lizard) also makes a guest appearance to aid Spider-Man and create an antidote for their extra features. Some fans value this edition for introducing the horror-style villains of the 1970s.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$225 $225 $425 $775 $2,250 $26,400

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Issue #102

What's Amazing Spider-Man #102 worth in 2022?

The highest price for The Amazing Spider-Man Vol #102 is $9,101, based on a 9.8 book sold at auction in November 2021. But the price is a decrease from its August 2021 price of $14,400. A 6.5 copy has a December 2021 value of $150, but sold for $111 just 2 months before. And a 2.5 has a value of $35 as of December 2019, increasing from its 2004 price of only $4.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #102 of Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 is called “Vampire at Large!”. It has a cover date of November 1971. It was written by Roy Thomas, edited by Stan Lee, with pencil by Gil Kane, ink by Frank Giacoia and Tony Mortellaro, and lettering by Art Simek. 

 

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue is the second time Michael Morbius (Morbius) appears in the comics, and his origin story is revealed. It also features the Vampire and Living Vampire races for the first time.

Curtis Connors (the Lizard) is also featured as a supporting character.

Story Synopsis

A six-armed Spider-Man is caught between Morbius and the Lizard, and they’re fighting to decide who gets to kill Spidey. Morbius manages to bite the Lizard and he fights Spider-Man before escaping. Peter discovers that the bite caused the Lizard to partially reverse back to Curt Connors. They talk and deduce that something in Morbius' blood might cure Connors forever.

Morbius reflects on how he and his assistant were experimenting to cure a rare blood disease that Morbius carried. The experiment backfired and he turned into a Living Vampire, biting his assistant and escaping to avoid hurting his girlfriend, Martine.

Spider-Man and Connors are trying to find Morbius. Gwen calls Aunt May, and they both worry because they haven’t heard from Peter. Spider-Man and the Lizard eventually find Morbius and they fight him. Connors extracts some of Morbius blood and injects it to himself, transforming back into a human again. 

Morbius escapes and Spider-Man follows him, so he can take another sample and cure himself. Morbius crashes into an overpass and Spidey manages to collect the sample and make his additional arms disappear.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$40 $70 $100 $330 $550 $14,400

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Issue #119

What's Amazing Spider-Man #119 worth in 2022?

The top price ever recorded for Amazing Spider-Man #119 is $2,880 for a 9.8 copy with a double cover, sold in September 2021. In 2020, it was valued at $1,849. Other sales include a 5.0 rated copy sold for $110 in May 2022, more than doubling its 2019 price of $40; and a 3.5 graded book sold for $10 in July 2007 for the first and only time.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #119 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Gentleman's Name Is... Hulk!”. It has a cover date of April 1973. It was written by Gerry Conway and John Romita Sr., with pencils by John Romita Sr. and ink by Jim Mooney and Tony Mortellaro.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting The Hulk.

Story Synopsis

Spider-Man goes to Canada to fight the Hulk, who has been spotted there recently. They both fight each other, but the army joins the fray and they’re cornered in a dam. The Hulk and Spider-Man both fall to the water and the issue ends with falling debris threatening to drown Spidey as the dam starts to crumble.

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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 $3,030

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Issue #120

What's Amazing Spider-Man #120 worth in 2022?

The mint-condition copy of Amazing Spider-Man #120 is a 9.8 graded book, valued at $3,840 as of July 2022. Earlier that year, the same book was valued at $1,675. A mid-grade copy, rated 5.0, had a price of $28 as of May 2020, after decreasing its 2019 price of $60. And the lowest rated copy to ever sell at auction is a 2.5 book, sold only once in September 2014 for $30.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #120 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “The Fight and the Fury!”. It has a cover date of May 1973. It was written by Gerry Conway, penciled by Gil Kane and Paul Reinman; and inked by Tony Mortellaro, John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting The Hulk again but in a different scenario.

Story Synopsis

Peter manages to escape Canada and return home. He then goes to meet a mysterious man who claims to have information important for Spidey, but they get attacked by the Hulk. However, the military show up again and scare Hulk. Peter returns home and the mysterious man shows up again, only to get shot and killed by a shooter from a distance.

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$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,600

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Issue #121

What's Amazing Spider-Man #121 worth in 2022?

The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 121, record sale peaked at $6200 for a CGC 9.8 copy in 2018. Today, the price for a CGC 2.0 is about $150, and a CGC 6.0 copy sells for an average $215.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This 1973 release of “Turning Point” tells the Green Goblin’s return filtered through Harry’s drug-addled perception. Spider-Man must come to terms when his superhero strength isn’t gentle enough to save the Green Goblin’s victim. The real value of this issue is in setting the stage for the series theme “with great power comes great responsibility.”

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $125 $225 $375 $975 $9,300

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Issue #122

What's Amazing Spider-Man #122 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 122, ranges from $50 to just under $5000 since 2004. Today, a CGC 2.0 sells around $65, and a CGC 6.0 copy may sell for $130.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This 1973 release portrays "The Goblin's Last Stand" against Spider-Man, in which the Norman Osborn pushes Peter Parker into acts of revenge. A huge value-add for “The Goblin's Last Stand” is the sci-fi illustrations of Green Goblin’s geeky gear and weaponry.

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$75 $125 $150 $275 $700 $10,800

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Issue #123

What's Amazing Spider-Man #123 worth in 2022?

A 9.8 graded copy of Amazing Spider-Man #123 holds the highest price for this issue’s sale at an auction, valued at $2,400 as of January 2022. Its price has increased since 2021, when it was valued at $1,391. A 5.0 rated copy held a price of $30 as of March 2022, decreasing its $95 value from only a couple months earlier. And a 2.0 rated book was worth $11 when it changed hands for the first and only time in November 2017.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #123 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “...Just a Man Called Cage!”. It has a cover date of August 1973. It was written by Gerry Conway, penciled by Gil Kane and John Romita Sr.; and inked by Tony Mortellaro and John Romita Sr.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man fighting Luke Cage on the top of a building.

Story Synopsis

After the people mistakenly believe that Spider-Man killed Norman Osborne (he actually fought the Green Goblin and won but the police removed the Goblin costume, leaving only Osborne’s body laying there), J. Jonah Jameson hires Luke Cage to go after Spider-Man. But Luke and Peter start a camaraderie since they are both treated like criminals, even though they’re super-heroes who just want to make some money. Luke Cage returns to Jameson and returns his money to him, saying he doesn’t want the contract.

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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 $2,400

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Issue #124

What's Amazing Spider-Man #124 worth in 2022?

The top price for The Amazing Spider-Man Vol #124 is $6,200 in November 2021. This value is based on the highest rated copy sold at auction, a book rated 9.8. In August 2021, that same issue had a price of $8,850. A 6.0 has a December 2021 value of $299, increasing its price from March 2021, which was $218; and an unretouched 3.5 has a value of $69 as of November 2021, being the only recorded price for that issue.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #124 of Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 is called “The Mark of the Man-Wolf”. It has a cover date of September 1973. It was written by Gerry Conway, edited by Roy Thomas, with pencil by Gil Kane, ink by John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro, colour by David Hunt and lettering by Art Simek.

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue marks the first appearance of villain John Jameson Jr. (Man-Wolf). We also get introduced to the Man-Wolf race in the comics. 

The cover shows Spider-Man fighting a Man-Wolf while J. Jonah Jameson is on the floor screaming “it’s my son!”

Story Synopsis

After Norman Orborn’s death, Spider-Man is upset that the only newspaper calling him a murderer is The Daily Bugle. At the newspaper building, Joe Robertson tells J. Jonah Jameson that Spider-Man deserves a chance with public opinion. The meeting is interrupted by Jameson’s son, John, who was recently on a mission to the moon and is now acting strange, although people don't notice it.

Peter decides to go to class for the first time after Gwen’s death but he can’t handle it. Mary Jane and Flash try to talk to him but he storms away. Meanwhile, John Jameson turns into a werewolf beast (now known as Man-Wolf) and goes to The Daily Bugle to attack J. Jonah Jameson. 

At the same time, Peter sees another editorial demonizing Spider-Man and he decides to go there to threaten Jameson. When he gets there, he ends up having to save Jameson’s life, but in the fight, Man-Wolf slashes him and Spidey passes out. 

While he’s out cold, Jameson notices Man-Wolf is his son because he has the same necklace he saw earlier on his neck. Man-Wolf escapes and Spider-Man revives shortly after, telling Jameson that he has to follow him to stop him. Jameson threatens him, saying that if he goes after the Man-Wolf, The Bugle will attack Spider-Man again, saying the night’s episode was an attack on him by Spidey.

Spider-Man agrees and leaves. While dwelling on what happened, Man-Wolf attacks him from behind.

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$0 $140 $260 $340 $180 $9,600

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Issue #129

What's Amazing Spider-Man #129 worth in 2022?

In 2010, the price for a first print, CGC 9.8 copy of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 129, spiked to $1300, and it spiked again in 2019 to $1450. Today, a CGC 4.0 sells for about $500, but a CGC 6.0 copy sells for an average $485.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Besides the complexity of a villain tricking a villain, this comic provides fan value with additional story information about Green Goblin. The 1974 release of "The Punisher Strikes Twice!" pits Spider-Man against two villains: Jackal and the Punisher, who is convinced by Jackal that Spidey is evil.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$450 $600 $775 $1,250 $3,075 $1,000,000

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Issue #135

What's Amazing Spider-Man #135 worth in 2022?

The highest price for a copy of Amazing Spider-Man #135 is $20,400 paid in November 2019 for a 9.9 graded book. Its value more than doubled from its previous sale in 2008 ($9,500). Other prices include $126 for a 5.0 rated copy sold in September 2021, a decrease from its $166 value from a few months earlier, and $120 for a 2.0 rated copy sold in April 2021, a huge increase from its $38 value from 2017.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #135 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “Shoot-Out In Central Park!”. It has a cover date of August 1974. It was written by Gerry Conway, penciled by Ross Andru and inked by Frank Giacoia

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features an illustration of Spider-Man and some smaller characters, including The Punisher.

Story Synopsis

Peter must follow the Tarantula and fight The Punisher at the same time. Meanwhile, in the city, Harry Osborn decides to take revenge on Spider-Man for killing his father.

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$40 $30 $80 $120 $410 $20,400

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Issue #194

What's Amazing Spider-Man #194 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 194, ranges from $34 to $5000 since 2007. Today, a CGC 2.0 sells around $35, and a CGC 6.0 copy may sell for $100.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The 1979 release of "Never Let the Black Cat Cross Your Path!" introduces the female villain Black Cat, who pairs with Bruno Grainger and demolitions expert Boris Korpse for a complex scheme. Value added includes a stolen, mask-lifting kiss from the Black Cat.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$25 $75 $100 $175 $325 $6,600

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Issue #210

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Issue #212

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Issue #238

What's Amazing Spider-Man #238 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 238, peaked at $2650 in 2004 for a CGC 9.9 copy. Today, a CGC 2.0 sells for $40, and a CGC 6.0 copy sells for around $65.

Why is this comic book valuable?

In this 1983 release of "Shadow of Evils Past!" a small-time criminal stumbles on the remains of the Green Goblin and develops into his villainous shadow, the Hobgoblin. Fans appreciate the value of this issue for its continuity with the Green Goblin story.

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$50 $75 $100 $125 $250 $7,800

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Issue #252

What's Amazing Spider-Man #252 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 252, ranges from $5 to $2050 since 2009 with a record sale of $6000 in 2015. Today, a CGC 2.0 sells around $10, and a CGC 6.0 copy may sell for $40.

Why is this comic book valuable?

In the 1984 release of numerous copies of “Introducing the New Spider-Man,” Spider-Man returns home from the Secret Wars in a signature black suit marked with a white spider—the precursor to Venom, a villain that many fans follow.

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$12 $25 $50 $75 $150 $24,000

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Issue #298

What's Amazing Spider-Man #298 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 298, ranges from $0 to $1475 since 2009. Today, a CGC 6.0 copy may sell for $55.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The 1988 release of “Chance Encounter" shows an encounter with Chance, an illegal-arms dealing villain. Peter Parker’s living situation is complicated with Mary Jane (MJ) moving into his apartment to keep a new marriage and modelling career afloat. The true value of this issue is the first shadowy glimpse of Venom amid newfound happiness.

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$10 $20 $35 $50 $100 $6,101

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Issue #299

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Issue #300

What's Amazing Spider-Man #300 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 300, ranges from $100 to $1850. The book was published in a "direct edition" with no barcode and a "newsstand edition" with a barcode. The newsstand edition is currently a slightly more desirable issue and prices reflect that. Today, a CGC 2.0 sells around $125, and a CGC 6.0 copy sells for an average $250.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This 1988 special-release issue is the valued 25th Anniversary Edition! Venom merges with reporter Eddie Brock and quotes Mr. Rogers in true sarcastic fashion. Peter Parker dons his old fav, a blue-and-red Spidey suit, to fight Venom.

The introduction of Venom introduced a villain for a new generation. Quickly supplanting Green Goblin, Hobgoblin, and Kingpin as Spidey's main bad guy, it was inevitable that Venom's popularity would spawn other alien symbiotes but this is the book that started it all. Couple that infamous introduction with the uniquely fresh skills of relatively new artist, Todd McFarlane, and you have a book for the ages!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$125 $200 $200 $275 $450 $31,200

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Issue #301

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Issue #316

What's Amazing Spider-Man #316 worth in 2022?

The 1st cover appearance of Venom is fast becoming one of the most sought after Copper Age keys in the industry today. In 2017 this book was topping out at nearly $700 CGC graded NM/MT 9.8. Today, the same copy recently sold for nearly $2,000! Low grade copies in Good 2.0 will go for around a $75 and a Fine 6.0 will bring around $300 in today's market!

Why is this comic book valuable?

One of McFarlane's most iconic covers is finding itself at the top of everyone's want lists. Venom had an immediate impact upon arrival in 1988 with Amazing Spider-man 300 and has never looked back. It wouldn't be until issue 316 the vaunted villain found his way to the main page. Turns out, he's thriving in the spotlight. If you can grab this book at any discount it's a win!

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Issue #361

What's Amazing Spider-Man #361 worth in 2022?

The price of The Amazing Spider-Man, Issue 361, ranges from $42 to $1802 since 2008. Today, first edition, CGC 9.8, copies are numerous in circulation and sell between $1000-1800. A CGC 6.0 sells around $55.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The 1992 release of “Carnage Part One” spawns more, creepy symbiote action. Criminally insane inmate Cletus Kasady is altered by Venom into the faster, more lethal villain named Carnage. Graded copies less than a CGC 9.0 may be hard to find since this issue appears to hold its value.

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$10 $22 $50 $100 $125 $4,750

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Issue #362

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Issue #430

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Issue #569

What's Amazing Spider-Man #569 worth in 2022?

Only top-rating copies of Amazing Spider-Man #569 have been sold at auction, with the highest price belonging to a 9.6 graded copy, valued at $282 as of August 2021. Its price increased from its previous value of $176 a few months before. The lowest quality book ever auctioned is a 7.5 rated copy valued at $20 in April 2012, when it was sold for the first and only time.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #569 of Amazing Spider-Man is called “New Ways To Die, Part Two: The Osborn Supremacy”. It has a cover date of October 2008. It was written by Dan Slott, penciled by John Romita Jr., and inked by Klaus Johnson.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Spider-Man being attacked by four goons.

Story Synopsis

While he is in town on Spidey business, Norman visits Harry at his coffee shop and belittles his son's business. The Thunderbolts search New York for Spider-Man but the web slinger takes the fight to Norman while his men are out in the field. Sensing his former host nearby, Venom breaks into FEAST looking for Spidey; instead he finds Eddie Brock, who reacts to the touch of the alien costume by transforming into the white Anti-Venom.

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