Detective Comics #103 (September 1945) Value & Price Guide
What's Detective Comics #103 worth in 2020?
The mint condition value of Detective Comics #103 is $4,780 as of February 2012. That copy is a CGC 9.6 and part of the Rockford pedigree, and originally sold in October 2002 for $3,450. An unretouched 9.6 sold for $3,201 in February 2005 and again for $2,425 in February 2007. In January 2019 an unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $1,200.
Why is this comic book valuable?
Detective Comics #103 is unique, in that it is one of a very few comics that was printed without a price on its cover. D.C. Comics published #103 in September 1945, and features Batman and Robin escaping. Within, Mr. Gray, the Dean of Gotham University, opens a new business that was designed to give its clients a helping hand. Villain Sam Slick learns about the business and begins to blackmail its clients, forcing Batman and Robin to step in and intervene.
Price Guide Report
|GD 2.0||VG 4.0||FN 6.0||VF 8.0||NM 9.4||RECORD SALE!|