Marvel Mystery Comics

Timely // December 1939 - June 1949
Issue count: 91

Timely's flagship comic book! And for good reason! Great stories and characters like THE HUMAN TORCH, SUB-MARINER, THE ANGEL, THE VISION, KA-ZAR and others. All of the issues are on every Golden-Age collector's "wish list." See prices - click the link!

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Marvel Mystery Comics

A Look into the Golden Era - Marvel Mystery Comics

Nowadays you can't go anywhere, turn on the TV, or browse the Internet without seeing something about Marvel and its cinematic universe offerings. Before Marvel became the entertainment powerhouse today in the movie industry, with billions of dollars in revenue and a sweet-heart acquisition by Disney, they were one of many offering in the comic book world.

Independent comics such as Image and Dark Horse began to rise before the advent of the cinematic universe, but before these scrappers came onto the scene, if you wanted a comic book adventure, you were limited pretty much to DC and Marvel.

But before Marvel was one of the "Big Two," who were they, and where did they come from? Today, we're going to look at the origins of Marvel Comics, and specifically, their birth in the Golden Era of comics book publishing in the pulp heydays.

Timely Comics

More properly known as Timely Publications, the company was founded in 1939 by a man named Martin Goodman. Goodman was the owner of a pulp magazine publishing company who saw the rise of the first super hero comics of the time and their skyrocketing popularity as an excellent business opportunity.

For those not in the know, pulp magazines and books were called such because they were printed with cheap paper that was often unfinished on the edges. They were also known for their often sordid content, a reputation that comics would pick up themselves in the post-war era and eventually lead to the creation of the Comics Code Authority, an industry-created watchdog of sorts.

Timely Comics (TC) was a sort of "umbrella" publisher that incorporated many works as part of a business strategy employed by Goodman. The first comic published by Timely Comics, entitled simply "Marvel Comics," had a small initial print run that ran out quickly. Pleased with this success, Timely went ahead and published another, larger run, which also ran out.

With a successful venture already underway, "Marvel Comics" were renamed to "Marvel Mystery Comics," and the second issue came out in December.

First Appearances

One of the possible reasons for the early success of Marvel Comics was the introduction of fantastic characters that we still know and love today, though they were often far different characters at their inception!

The Human Torch

It may surprise you to discover that writer-artist Carl Burgos created the iconic inferno, not as a wise-cracking hot-headed member of the Fantastic 4, but instead as an android constructed by a mad scientist.

His first few appearances portrayed the fiery machine as a monstrous being, but the Human Torch became a fan favorite, and he was transitioned into a secret identity type character who worked as a policeman for a cover. The Human Torch fell off in popularity rather quickly, and was not a major part of the initial Marvel Comics run. When the brand was revived later by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, the burning android was recreated as the character we know and love today.

Namor the Sub-Mariner

Bumping elbows with an uncomfortably warm icon in the first issue of Marvel Comics was also Namor the Sub-Mariner, an anti-hero type of character created by Bill Everett. Inspired by the poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," Everett created a character who was as often villainous as he was heroic, butting heads with the United States and the red-hot automaton mentioned earlier.

Namor has been a staple of Marvel Comics since its inception, and he enjoyed his own run of comics focused entirely on his adventures. Though often quick-tempered and tempestuous in nature, Namor wasn't afraid to drive home a point with a tidal wave or two. During the advent of World War II, Namor took a heroic bent and served to help bring down Hitler and his Nazi war-machine, as most comic heroes did at the time.

If a mutant merman fighting Nazis doesn't stir your patriotic blood, perhaps this next hero who first rose to prominence at this time will.

Captain America

Joe Simon was the first editor of TC, and a talented writer as well. While trying to think of a patriotic character, he created a rough sketch of Captain America. Cap's birthday was a difficult time for the world, with World War 2 raging and tensions between the United States and Japan at an all-time high.

Simon took the idea to the owner of Timely Publications, Martin Goodman, and to his surprise, the prescient business man ordered Simon to create a solo-character run of comics. Simon was somewhat taken by surprise, and knew he would have to work hard to create a comic about a single character and fill it with content on his own.

To that end, he considered partnering with Al Avison and Al Gabriele. Simon was worried that with all this content to create, his usual artistic partner Jack Kirby might not be able to carry so much workload.

However, Kirby's pride and talent convinced Simon to stick with his usual artistic partner, and Captain America Comics went on sale in December of 1940. With an incredible cover of Cap slugging Adolph Hitler in the face, the first issue sold a million copies.

While the patriotism and values Cap stood for were popular with many, they were not so popular as others. A little part of American history that isn't often covered is that not every American was opposed to Hitler and the Nazi Party's radical ideas about race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Captain America threw a punch in the comics, and Simon and Kirby threw a gauntlet down. Their stance caught some flak, and police had to be called to provide some protection as gangs of unsavory looking folks started hanging out outside their offices.

On to Modern Times

As a whole, the comic book industry took a decline in the post-war period. It was in this post-war environment in the 60s when Stan Lee revitalized the super hero genre by appealing to older audiences.

Though Marvel Mystery Comics had their origins in the late 30's, they continued to run for over 150 issues through 1957, when Marvel Mystery Comics closed its doors. The modern run of Marvel Comics were opened shortly after, with many of the familiar characters returning under new art direction and with dynamic, modern story telling for the time.

Today, Marvel continues to enjoy great success with the blockbuster Cinematic Universe and recent comic book renaissance. From their humble beginnings as a pulp comic to the decline in the 1950s and 60s, Marvel has shown an incredible staying power through clever writers, talented artists, and excellent leadership.

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Issue #2

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #2 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #2 is unknown, as the highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is only an NM- 9.2. That copy sold for the price of $55,500 in December 2018, which is a decrease from its April 2017 value of $70,000 but an increase from its original January 2006 value of $28,497. An unretouched 9.0 from the Larson pedigree sold for the price of $38,838 in January 2016, and an unretouched 8.5 has a value of $45,000 as of January 2016.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #2 was published in December 1939 to introduce the 1940 series by Timely Comics. The series was available for a yearly subscription of $1.00, or $.10 per issue. Within, we have the second appearance of Angel and the Human Torch, whose origin story is retold. The Torch battles a racketeer who is using an airplane to beat other cars in a race; The Angel saves a woman and uncovers the location of the Lost Temple of Alano; The Sub-Mariner kidnaps a woman and takes her to his kingdom.

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$3,250 $6,000 $12,000 $25,000 $90,000 $70,000

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Issue #3

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #3 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #3, as the highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a VF/NM 9.0. That copy is part of the Larson pedigree, which sold for the price of $25,099 in November 2011. This is an increase in value from its July 2004 price of $17,250. An 8.5 also from the Larson pedigree is worth the price of $14,375 as of July 2002. An unretouched 8.5 has a May 2009 value of $16,165.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A new logo is introduced in Marvel Mystery Comics #3, published by Timely Comics in January 1940. This is also the last appearance of American Ace. In “The Menace from Mars,” villainous Martians are attacking New York. The Human Torch must handle Trinitrotoluol, a new explosive, and decides to send it back to Mars.

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$1,200 $2,250 $4,200 $8,000 $32,000 $25,099

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Issue #4

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #4 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #4 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an NM- 9.2. That copy is part of the Billy Wright pedigree, and has a value of $50,788 as of February 2012. An unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $20,700 as of October 2002.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Sub-Mariner makes his first cover appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #4, published by Timely Comics in February 1940. Prince Namor is enlisted by Betty Dean to stop Nazi submarine warfare, who brings his aerial submarines to deal with their ocean travel. The Torch faces off against Dr. Manyac, who uses a gang called the Green Flames to exact revenge on his enemies.

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Issue #5

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #5 worth in 2021?

Why is this comic book valuable?

In 1939, pulp-magazine publisher Martin Goodman expanded into the newly emerging comic book field by buying content from comics packager Funnies, Inc. His first effort, Marvel Comics #1 (cover-dated Oct. 1939), from his company Timely Publications, featured the first appearances of writer-artist Carl Burgos' android superhero, the Human Torch, and Paul Gustavson's costumed detective the Angel.[1] As well, it contained the first generally available appearance of Bill Everett's mutant anti-hero Namor the Sub-Mariner, created for the unpublished movie-theater giveaway comic Motion Picture Funnies Weekly earlier that year, with the eight-page original story now expanded by four pages. Also included were Al Anders' Western hero the Masked Raider; the jungle lord Ka-Zar the Great, with Ben Thompson beginning a five-issue adaptation of the story "King of Fang and Claw" by Bob Byrd in Goodman's pulp magazine Ka-Zar #1 (Oct. 1936);[2] the non-continuing-character story "Jungle Terror," featuring an adventurer named Ken Masters, written by the quirkily named Tohm Dixon;[3] "Now I'll Tell One", five single-panel, black-and-white gag cartoons by Fred Schwab, on the inside front cover; and a two-page prose story by Ray Gill, "Burning Rubber", about auto racing.[1] A painted cover by veteran science fiction pulp artist Frank R. Paul featured the Human Torch,[1] looking much different than in the interior story. That initial comic quickly sold out 80,000 copies, prompting Goodman to produce a second printing, cover-dated November 1939 and identical except for a black bar in the inside-front-cover indicia over the October date, and the November date added at the end. That sold approximately 800,000 copies.[4] With a hit on his hands, Goodman began assembling an in-house staff, hiring Funnies, Inc. writer-artist Joe Simon as editor. Simon brought along his collaborator, artist Jack Kirby, followed by artist Syd Shores.

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$2,800 $5,500 $10,000 $18,500 $65,000 $33,460

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Issue #6

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #6 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #6 is unknown, as the highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a NM- 9.2. There have been two copies rated at a 9.2 to sell publicly: The first, part of the Billy Wright pedigree, sold for the price of $16,730 in February 2012. The second is part of the Chicago pedigree which has a December 2011 value of $20,000.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Tom Hallaway stars as The Angel on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #6, published by Timely Comics in April 1940. The Angel saves a woman who was kidnapped for her expensive necklace in “The Woman Who Knew Tom Hallaway.” The Human Torch combats a forest fire. The plans for incendiary bombs are almost stolen from Midtown Bank.

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$600 $1,250 $2,600 $5,500 $22,000 $20,000

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Issue #7

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #7 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #7 to sell at public auction is a NM 9.4, which has a value of $36,000 as of November 2018. That copy is part of the Nova Scotia pedigree. A 9.2 from the Larson pedigree sold for the price of $14,333 in April 2012, and an unretouched 9.2 has a December 2002 value of $13,513.

Why is this comic book valuable?

All of the heroes of Marvel Mystery Comics are featured on the cover of #7, which was published by Timely Comics in May 1940. The Torch joins the NYPD in order to take down the criminal Roglo. The Angel and Betty are almost murdered, and discover a plot by Betty’s aunt to kill her and her father for their money.

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$500 $2,400 $2,525 $8,375 $13,525 $36,000

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Issue #8

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #8 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #8. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a VF/NM 9.0, which has a May 2009 value of $21,510. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $9,859 in November 2011, and a 8.0 from the Larson pedigree has a value of $10,800 as of February 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The first of a three-part battle between The Human Torch vs The Sub-Mariner launches in Marvel Mystery Comics #8, which was published by Timely Comics in June 1940. After the attempted electrocution of the Sub-Mariner, Namor is out for revenge. The Torch fails to bring Sub-Mariner in, and battles against him at the Empire State Building.

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$1,125 $2,275 $4,475 $8,800 $32,500 $21,510

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Issue #9

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #9 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #9 to sell at public auction is a NM 9.4, which has a value of $107,550 as of May 2009. An unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $42,550 in February 2004, and a 7.5 from the Billy Wright pedigree has a value of $26,290 as of November 2012. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Sub-Mariner and The Torch are battling again in the second installment of their three-part crossover. Published by Timely Comics in July 1940, Marvel Mystery Comics #9 features The Torch tracking down Narmor again. Sub-Mariner and Torch battle, and Torch is captured by Namor in an airless tube.

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$3,550 $10,150 $18,200 $42,550 $107,550 $107,550

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Issue #10

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #10 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #10 is a NM+ 9.6, which has an unknown value as it did not sell publicly. An unretouched 9.4 has a value of $42,250 as of May 2016. A 9.4 from the Chicago pedigree has a November 2007 value of $37,000, and a 9.4 from the Billy Wright pedigree has a price of $35,850 as of February 2012

Why is this comic book valuable?

Sub-Mariner and The Torch are facing their final battle in the stunning conclusion of a three-part battle. Published by Timely Comics in August 1940, Marvel Mystery Comics #10 sees the conclusion of Namor and Hammond's feud, as Betty intervenes and Sub-Mariner releases Torch from his glass prison.

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$1,750 $1,750 $4,075 $7,175 $42,250 $42,250

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Issue #11

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #11 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #11 is a NM 9.4, which did not sell publicly and has an unknown value. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $6,100 in August 2005, and a 9.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree has a February 2014 value of $5,676. An unretouched 7.0 has a March 2019 value of $2,825, which is an increase from its October 2004 price of $2,004.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Angel makes his last cover appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #12, published by Timely Comics in October 1940. The Angel has been captured by monsters who destroyed a Greek civilization 4,000 years ago, and are threatening to do so again. The Torch becomes a vigilante when he teams up with a doctor to burn down slum housing that is infected with a dangerous plague.

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$500 $800 $1,850 $4,800 $6,100 $6,100

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Issue #12

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #12 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #12 to sell publicly is a NM 9.4, which has a September 2016 value of $104,444. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $8,200 in March 2018, which is a decrease in value from its peak May 2016 price of $10,755. An unretouched 9.0 has a July 2017 value of $9,750.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Angel makes his last cover appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #12, published by Timely Comics in October 1940. The Angel has followed Shirley Smith into an enchanted marsh, and falls into quicksand, where is saved by a hag who threatens his life. The Torch is offered reinstatement if he can bring in the mysterious villain J.B.

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$250 $975 $1,200 $3,550 $10,450 $10,755

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Issue #13

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #13 worth in 2021?

A Near Mint 9.4 is the highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #13, but has an unknown value as it did not sell publicly. The highest-rated copy is from the Chicago pedigree: a 9.2 that sold for the price of $33,600 in November 2018. An unretouched 9.2 has a March 2013 value of $13,000.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Vision is introduced in Marvel Mystery Comics #13, published by Timely Comics in November 1940. A professor believes that ghosts and spirits exist in a universe that co-exists with ours, and during a laboratory experiment, summons Aarkus, Destroyer of Evil. Sub-Mariner gets a new and improved suit that is designed to keep Namor safe from poisonous gas.

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Issue #14

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #14 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #14 is a NM 9.4, which did not sell publicly and has an unknown value. The highest CGC rated copy is a 9.2 from the Larson pedigree, which sold for the price of $13,200 in November 2018. This is an increase in value from its October 2002 value of $5,060.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The solo comic series Human Torch has its own promotional advertisement in Marvel Mystery Comics #14, published by Timely Comics in December 1940. Namor and Dorma take down a Nazi horde of submarines in “Blitzing the U-Boat Base,” and The Human Torch tracks down a cult who murdered a man who was attempting to destroy the world.

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$375 $800 $1,550 $3,000 $12,000 $13,200

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Issue #15

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #15 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #15 is a NM 9.4, which has an unknown value as it did not sell publicly. The highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 8.5, which has a November 2018 value of $9,600. This is an increase in price from its March 2003 value of $2,760.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Both Sub-Mariner and Human Torch star on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #15, published by Timely Comics in January 1941. Two fire monsters have been set loose in New York, and The Torch must track down them and the villain who has set them free. Prince Namor kidnaps Lynne Harris to bring her back to Aquaria to wed her.

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$650 $1,250 $2,750 $6,000 $22,500 $9,600

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Issue #16

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #16 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #16 is $20,400, as based on a 9.4 from the San Francisco pedigree. The highest CGC rated copy is a NM+ 9.6, which did not sell publicly. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $8,050 in October 2002. An unretouched has a December 2018 value of $4,000, which is an increase from its August 2004 price of $2,150.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Torch flies away from a Nazi airdrome in Marvel Mystery Comics #16, which was published in February 1941 by Timely Comics. The Mayor asks Torch to take on a new gang in New York - The Suicide Squad. The Sub-Mariner teams up with Luther and Lynne to turn the tide of the war in France, and must call in Torch to destroy a series of invasion tunnels.

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$300 $725 $2,350 $4,000 $8,050 $20,400

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Issue #17

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #17 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #17. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.0 from the San Francisco pedigree, which has an August 2019 value of $15,600. A 8.5 sold for the price of $8,202 in March 2018, and an unretouched 8.0 has an August 2013 value of $3,151.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Human Torch and Sub-Mariner join forces to fight Nazis in Marvel Mystery Comics #17, published by Timely Comics in March 1941. Nazi and Japanese soldiers are in the process of building a tunnel that spans from Alaska to Siberia. The Human Torch and Sub-Mariner work together to take them out.

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Issue #18

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #18 worth in 2021?

There have been two copies of Marvel Mystery Comics #18 to be rated a 9.4: the first to sell publicly is part of the Recil Macon pedigree, and sold for the price of $10,400 in September 2013. The second 9.4, part of the San Francisco pedigree, has an August 2019 value of $24,000.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A promo for the solo comic series Sub-Mariner Comics is featured in Marvel Mystery Comics #18, published in April 1941 by Timely Comics. The villain The Brain captures Torch, impersonates him, and robs the Army. Toro forces Brain to set Torch free when Toro points out that Brain can’t fly, and therefore can’t be a new Torch.

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$525 $475 $1,200 $1,200 $5,075 $24,000

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Issue #19

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #19 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #19 is $32,400. This value is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the San Francisco pedigree, which sold in May 2019. The next highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.2, which sold for the price of $7,500 in November 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The villain The Hag causes a blackout at the Stock Exchange in Marvel Mystery Comics #19, published in May 1941 by Timely Comics. The Hag buys a lot of stock super cheap during the blackout, and her gang uses a chemical that causes Toro and Torch's flames to be extinguished. Toro is hurt during the battle, and after Torch must give him a flame infusion, the pair corner the Hag.

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$325 $700 $1,225 $2,000 $3,675 $32,400

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Issue #20

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #20 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #20. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.2 from the San Francisco pedigree, which has an August 2019 value of $19,200. A 9.0 from the Billy Wright pedigree sold for the price of $10,158 in February 2012.

Why is this comic book valuable?

We learn the origin of The Angel in Marvel Mystery Comics #20. Published by Timely Comics in June 1941, The Vision saves a reporter from a vampire killer who is on a murder streak; Betty asks Prince Namor to investigate a rigged fight; and Torch and Toro take on a serial arsonist in New York City.

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$550 $1,150 $2,250 $4,500 $18,000 $19,200

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Issue #21

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #21 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #21 is unknown. The highest-rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.2 from the Billy Wright pedigree, which sold for the price of $11,950 in February 2012. A 9.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $10,200 in November 2018, which is an increase in value its March 2003 price of $2,875.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Stan Lee has contributed a text story to Marvel Mystery Comics #21, published by Timely Comics in July 1941. The first appearance of The Patriot occurs when Jeffrey Mace takes on a Nazi agent intent on sabotage. Terry Vance uses a model plane to investigate a series of airplane crashes.

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$525 $1,125 $2,050 $4,100 $16,000 $11,950

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Issue #22

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #22 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #22 is a NM 9.4, which did not sell publicly. A 9.2 from the Chicago pedigree sold for the price of $4,140 in March 2003. A 9.0 from the Larson pedigree has a November 2009 value of $7,170, and an unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $6,600 in November 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #22 was published by Timely Comics in August 1941. Torch and Toro the Flaming Kid head to the country of Alslavia, who are besieged by a Nazi armored tank wall. Torch and Toro follow the trail to sea, where they find an undersea Nazi fortress.

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$375 $725 $1,500 $2,875 $11,000 $7,170

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Issue #23

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #23 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #23 is $10,800. That value is based on the November 2018 sale, which is an increase from its March 2003 value of $7,188. An unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $2,900 in February 2009, and an unretouched 8.5 has a February 2019 value of $4,320.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The origin story of The Vision is told in Marvel Mystery Comics #23, published by Timely Comics in September 1941. Scientist Markham Ericsohn urges the Law-Giver, the President of the World of Smoke, to send a policeman to Earth to fight evil - and ends up sending Aarkus, The Vision. A mad scientist tries to create a horde of evil Sub-Mariners.

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$300 $775 $825 $2,900 $10,800 $10,800

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Issue #24

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #24 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #24 is an NM+ 9.6, which did not sell publicly and has an unknown value. The highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.2, which sold for the price of $4,313 in May 2005. A 9.0 has a November 2018 value of $5,280, which is an increase in value from its April 2004 price of $2,990.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The introduction of The Parrot occurs in Marvel Mystery Comics #24, published in October 1941 by Timely Comics. The Parrot has escaped jail and sends a parrot to give a message to Torch with his plan to attack an opera. Torch and Toro attend the opera in disguise, and after The Parrot’s men knock out the guests with gas, Toro must save Torch after he is knocked out in the fray.

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$350 $875 $1,175 $2,825 $4,325 $5,280

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Issue #25

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #25 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #25 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.2 from the Chicago pedigree, which sold for the price of $3,450 in March 2003. An unretouched 9.0 has a value of $4,800 as of October 2012, and an unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $5,040 in November 2018. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Don't miss the text story 'Marvel Get Together' by Stan Lee in Marvel Mystery Comics #25. Published by Timely Comics in November 1941, the story follows the meeting of the heroes Torch, Toro, Terry Vance, Angel, Patriot, Ka-Zar, Sub-Mariner, and The Vision. The heroes host a monthly meeting to ensure they are upholding American democratic values.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$600 $1,200 $2,250 $4,800 $18,500 $5,040

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Issue #26

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #26 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #26 is unknown. A 9.2 is the highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly, which sold for the price of $4,255 in October 2002. A 8.5 marked as Conserved sold for $2,500 in June 2019, and an unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $3,979 in April 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Parrot makes a second appearance in a Human Torch storyline in Marvel Mystery Comics #26. Published in December 1941 by Timely Comics, Torch and Toro accompany The Parrot on his prison train to California. While there, the pair help a chemist who is attempting to use sulfur deposits from an inactive volcano to make gunpowder for the U.S. government.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$700 $1,400 $2,800 $4,800 $17,500 $4,255

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Issue #27

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #27 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #27 is $16,800, as based on the sale of a NM+ 9.6 which was sold in May 2019. The next highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.4, which sold for the price of $9,600 in November 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The final addition of Ka-Zar occurs in Marvel Mystery Comics #27, published by Timely Comics in January 1942. Satan orders his sales manager to go to Arbor City, the only evil-free city in America thanks to The Vision, and turn it into a hotbed of misery.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$450 $600 $1,450 $1,550 $9,600 $16,800

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Issue #28

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #28 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #28 is a NM 9.4, which did not sell publicly. The highest-rated copy to sell publicly is a 8.5 that sold for the price of $3,750 in February 2012. An unretouched 8.0 has a November 2018 value of $6,000. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro must escape capture in Marvel Mystery Comics #28, published by Timely Comics in February 1942. A Izan henchman interrupts a Coney Island pageant celebrating Mardi Gras, and Izan captures the duo in glass coffin tubes. The Torch finds a small leak in his tube, and superheats so that the glass will break upon contact with the water.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$750 $1,500 $3,000 $6,000 $22,500 $6,000

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Issue #29

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #29 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #29 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a VF/NM 9.0, which sold for the price of $8,400 in November 2018. This is an increase in value from its October 2002 price of $3,565. An unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $2,709 in June 2012, and a 7.0 has a May 2014 value of $2,629.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A big-game hunter named The Javelin turns mad in Marvel Mystery Comics #29, published by Timely Comics in March 1942. Reginald Carter contracts a rare disease, which drives him mad, and he begins to kill under his disguise of The Javelin. The Javelin captures Torch and Toro, and pins the murder of a young girl on them. The pair escape, avoid arrest, and hunt down Javelin in order to 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!
$900 $1,750 $3,250 $6,000 $21,000 $8,400

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Issue #30

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #30 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #30. The highest CGC rated copy is a VF/NM 9.0, which did not sell publicly. There have been three copies rated at an 8.0 to sell at auction: the first, an unretouched 8.0, sold for the price of $2,750 in July 2011. The second is part of the Rockford pedigree, which has a June 2013 value of $4,400, and the third is part of the Recil Macon pedigree and has a February 2019 value of $5,640.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #30 features a special remembrance to Pearl Harbor, published in April 1942 by Timely Comics. Torch and Toro are called in to help with a woman’s fiancé is kidnapped for his plastic metal invention. The duo faces men clad in armor made of the metal, and discover it makes it difficult to subdue the criminals.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$700 $1,400 $2,750 $5,500 $20,000 $5,640

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Issue #31

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #31 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #31 is a NM 9.4, which sold for the price of $7,170 in July 2012. The next highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.0, which has a February 2010 value of $4,183. In November 2018 an unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $4,560, which is an increase in value from its March 2003 price of $1,840.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Torch is out for revenge following Pearl Harbor in Marvel Mystery Comics #31, published in May 1942 by Timely Comics. After the attack the Japanese have sent a plane carrier towards San Francisco, and Torch and Toro destroy all but one plane. They follow it back to the carrier, and discover imprisoned marines aboard the ship.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$550 $1,100 $2,000 $4,000 $16,000 $7,170

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Issue #32

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #32 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #32 is a NM 9.4, which has an unknown value. The highest-rated unretouched copy to sell publicly is an 8.5, which has a October 2002 value of $1,725. In September 2013 an unretouched 6.5 sold for the price of $1,800. A Conserved copy rated a CGC 9.0 sold for the price of $3,120 in November 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Pearl Harbor remembrance continues in Marvel Mystery Comics #32, published in June 1942 by Timely Comics. Sculptor Frank Portl murders his secretary after she uncovers his smuggling operation. Portly had been smuggling military secrets inside of the statues to spies outside the country, and Torch and Toro investigate the intelligence leak.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$850 $1,750 $3,500 $6,500 $24,500 $3,120

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Issue #33

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #33 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #33 is a NM+ 9.6, which has no known value. The next highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.2, which sold for the price of $10,200 in November 2018. This is an increase in value from its February 2003 value of $3,795. In July 2003 an unretouched 9.0 from the Rockford pedigree sold for the price of $2,185.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Nazi Agent No. 1 faces off against The Human Torch in Marvel Mystery Comics #33, published in July 1942 by Timely Comics. Von Brukk teams up with the gangster Romo to steal dynamite. Their goal is to bomb U.S. munition plants, but when Torch and Toro catch up with him, Von Brukk hides in a wind tunnel - with deadly results.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$375 $900 $2,625 $1,950 $10,200 $10,200

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Issue #34

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #34 worth in 2021?

There have been two copies rated a NM 9.4 of Marvel Mystery Comics #34 to sell at auction, which have a value of $12,000 as of November 2018. This is a decrease in value from its October 2015 price of $20,000. An unretouched 9.2 has a July 2003 value of $3,680, and an 8.5 from the San Francisco pedigree sold for the price of $3,450.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A comic book editor gives the green light for comics mocking Hitler to be dropped into Germany in Marvel Mystery Comics #34, published in August 1942 by Timely Comics. Torch and Toro must guard the books against Nazis attempting to destroy them, and Hitler orders the assassination of the creator, Carl Burgos. Carl calls in a favor to Torch, Toro, and Sub-Mariner to protect him.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$450 $575 $700 $3,400 $12,000 $20,000

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Issue #35

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #35 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #35 is $12,000. This value is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the Pennsylvania pedigree, which sold in February 2019. An unretouched 8.5 is worth $4,200 as of December 2012, and an unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $3,605 in February 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro are aboard a train when it is attacked in Marvel Mystery Comics #35, published in September 1942 by Timely Comics. The duo is on a Canadian train when it is besieged by planes under the direction of the villain Von Belch. The Nazis had a stockpile of aluminum and gas in Canada from before the war, and were attempting to move it in order to build more explosives.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$400 $800 $1,600 $3,000 $12,000 $12,000

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Issue #36

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #36 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #36 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a 7.0 marked as Conserved, which sold for the price of $2,595 in August 2018. An unretouched 7.0 has a value of $1,840 as of March 2003, and an unretouched 5.0 sold for the price of $2,400 in May 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Statue of Liberty is featured on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #36, published in October 1942 by Timely Comics. Nazis are using secret, underground tunnels to attack New York, and The Torch teams up with the U.S. Air Force to take down the amphibious assault barges.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$500 $1,000 $2,000 $4,000 $15,000 $2,595

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Issue #37

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #37 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #37 is $8,913. This is based on the highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction: a 9.4 from the Pennsylvania pedigree that sold in April 2004. An unretouched 7.5 has a October 2015 value of $3,300, and an unretouched 7.0 sold for the price of $3,346 in September 2017. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Human Torch interrupts a firing squad on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #37, published by Timely Comics in November 1942. Prince Namor suffers a head wound when he goes up against Hitler and Captain Kornstalk in 'The Copper Plague.' Toro and Torch must figure out how Stumpy and his gang of crooks are framing people in positions of power for crimes.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$650 $1,300 $2,500 $4,750 $16,000 $8,913

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Issue #38

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #38 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #38 to sell at public auction is a 9.4 from the Chicago pedigree, which sold for the price of $10,200 in February 2019. This is an increase in value from its August 2003 value of $4,945. Another copy from the Chicago pedigree, an unretouched 8.5, sold for the price of $2,760 in March 2003. An unretouched 7.0 has a June 2019 value of $3,200. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #38 was published by Timely Comics in December 1942 and features a cross-dressing villain. Claude Nite runs a firm that has been run into the ground, and turns to criminal activity to stay afloat. Nite disguises himself as Madame Crime, and the duo must discover her true identity to solve the mystery.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$650 $1,300 $2,500 $4,750 $16,000 $10,200

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Issue #39

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #39 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #39 is $22,200. This value is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the San Francisco pedigree that sold in May 2019. An unretouched 9.4 sold for the price of $5,405 in March 2003, and an unretouched 9.0 has a June 2014 value of $5,500. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Dr. Phineas T. Horton asks for The Human Torch to protect his niece in Marvel Mystery Comics #39, published in January 1943 by Timely Comics. Doris Horton is arriving from Sweden, and upon arriving is met with gunmen. However, the girl who was fired upon is a decoy for the real niece, who had to be smuggled out of Berlin when she discovered a list of Nazi operatives embedded in America.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$550 $400 $1,475 $2,500 $5,400 $22,200

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Issue #40

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #40 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #40 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.0 from the Billy Wright pedigree, which sold for the price of $21,510 in February 2012. An unretouched 7.0 sold for the price of $12,200 in June 2019, which is an increase from its August 2010 value of $3,346. An unretouched 6.5 has a value of $9.050 as of December 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Human Torch bursts through a Nazi Zeppelin on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #40, published in February 1943 by Timely Comics. The Japanese have built an airfield beneath the Mojave desert. The goal is to launch planes that will disperse napalm on San Francisco and beyond. Torch and Toro are called in when the Army cannot locate the planes and an attack is imminent.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$1,750 $3,500 $7,000 $14,000 $55,000 $21,510

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Issue #41

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #41 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #41. The highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.2, which sold for the price of $16,730 in May 2014. A 9.0 from the Chicago pedigree has a February 2019 value of $11,400, which is an increase from its October 2002 price of $3,680.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Human Torch is in Australia to fight the Japanese in Marvel Mystery Comics #41, published in March 1943 by Timely Comics. The Torch is hunting for a stolen bomber, which leads him to the island country. Sub-Mariner faces off against German Admiral Von Roeder and his crew of Nazi robots in “Metal Monsters.”

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$500 $1,000 $2,000 $4,000 $16,725 $16,730

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Issue #42

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #42 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #42 is unknown, as the highest-rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 8.0. That copy sold for the price of $1,006 in November 2002. An unretouched 7.0 from the Rockford pedigree sold for the price of $686 in May 2003. The value of a 6.5 is $3,360 as of February 2019, which is an increase from its June 2014 price of $1,678. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Goebbels and Hitler are back in Marvel Mystery Comics #42, published by Timely Comics in April 1943. Torch and Toro must intervene with Nazi suicide bombers attempt terrorist acts. Sub-Mariner takes on Hitler, Goebbels, and Kapitan Sturm in “Terror of the Boiling Seas.”

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$700 $1,450 $3,000 $11,000 $40,000 $3,360

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Issue #43

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #43 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #43. The highest-rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.2 from the Chicago pedigree, which sold for the price of $3,450 in March 2003. An unretouched 8.0 has a value of $1,093 as of October 2002, and a 6.5 sold for the price of $2,390 in November 2014.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Toro and The Human Torch must stop the murder of air raid spotters in Marvel Mystery Comics #43, published in May 1943 by Timely Comics. German Captain Von Star uses a bombing squadron to kill the spotters, enabling them to make surprise bombing attacks. Torch and Toro intervene, bursting onto the scene in conjunction with the Air Force.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$600 $1,200 $2,400 $4,500 $16,000 $3,450

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Issue #44

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #44 worth in 2021?

While two copies of Marvel Mystery Comics #44 have been rated a NM 9.4, neither have sold publicly, making #44’s mint condition value unknown. The highest-rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 8.0, which sold for the price of $20,315 in August 2015. The value of an unretouched 5.0 is $6,666 as of March 2017, and an unretouched 4.0 sold for the price of $6,200 in June 2019. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

The cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #44 is considered a classic. Published by Timely Comics in June 1943, it features Torch and Toro taking down a Kremlin bomber in Moscow. A Nazi agent kills a government agent for her Yashmak, and the duo discovers a plot to convince the people of Istanbul to join forces with the Nazis.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$3,000 $6,000 $11,000 $20,325 $75,000 $20,315

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Issue #45

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #45 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #45. The highest-rated unretouched copy to sell at auction is an 8.0, which sold for the price of $9,000 in February 2019. This is an increase from its November 2011 value of $3,000. An unretouched 7.0 has an April 2015 value of $2,478, and an unretouched 4.0 sold for the price of $1,778 in December 2019. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Human Torch saves a man from Nazi torture on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #45, published in July 1943 by Timely Comics. A Nazi spy is shot to death during a shootout with the FBI, and a second spy finds the agent who shot the first in order to obtain the secret location of his burial. Torch and Toro must track the spies down and stop them from learning of a secret Allied shipping convoy.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$650 $1,300 $2,750 $5,500 $22,000 $9,000

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Issue #46

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #46 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #46 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 8.5, which has a February 2011 value of $9,560. In March 2003 a 8.5 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $5,060. An unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $23,000 in August 2015, and an unretouched 4.5 sold for the price of $11,950 in May 2014. An unretouched 4.0 has a February 2019 value of $8,400, which is an increase from its September 2002 value of $550.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro are captured in Marvel Mystery Comics #46, published in August 1943 by Timely Comics. The Nazi agent Moonface plans to connect the glass tubes that imprison the duo and make them into bombs beneath the capitol building. Torch discovers that he can create a flame with his finger, indicating the capsule has a minute leak.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$4,000 $8,000 $16,000 $32,000 $100,000 $23,000

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Issue #47

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #47 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #47 is $14,021. This is based on the sale of an unretouched 9.4, which was sold in September 2016. A 9.4 from the Pennsylvania pedigree sold for the price of $4,140 in August 2003, and a 9.2 from the San Francisco pedigree has an August 2019 value of $19,200. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro investigate why planes are crashing in a forest off of the Ruhr River in Marvel Mystery Comics #47, published by Timely Comics in September 1943. The Nazi agent Zomber has hidden special magnets in the forest that cause Allied planes to crash. Torch and Toro smoke Zomber out of the forest, and while he attempts to escape, the gas tank of his plane is set on fire.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$450 $900 $1,125 $2,750 $14,025 $19,200

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Issue #48

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #48 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #48 is $22,800. This is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the San Francisco pedigree that sold in May 2019. A 9.2 from the Rockford pedigree is the next-highest copy to sell at auction, which sold for the price of $7,768 in May 2015. This is an increase from its July 2003 value of $2,990.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #48 features the last appearance of The Vision for the Golden Age. Published by Timely Comics in October 1943, a legless Nazi agent has built a wheelchair with flaming hands in order to pin the murder of army generals on The Torch. He manages to capture Torch and Toro in a liquid asbestos-filled tank, but Torch burns through the lid and the pair escape.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$475 $925 $1,750 $3,100 $12,500 $22,800

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Issue #49

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #49 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #49. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $4,780 in July 2012. In February 2019 an unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $6,000, which is an increase from its December 2012 value of $2,400.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Don’t miss the origin of Miss America in Marvel Mystery Comics #49, published by Timely Comics in November 1943. In “Flight of the Deadly Boomerang,” The Kangaroo Man kills his brother with a boomerang coated in a deadly chemical. This chemical turns blood into gasoline, and when his brother did not want to research it, Japanese investors agreed to help under the condition that the brother be silenced.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$600 $1,300 $2,750 $5,500 $20,000 $6,000

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Issue #50

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #50 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #50 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.2 that sold for the price of $22,705 in August 2015. An unretouched 8.5 has a February 2019 value of $4,320, which is an increase from its price of $1,840 in July 2002. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

The origin of Miss Patriot is told in Marvel Mystery Comics #50, published in December 1943 by Timely Comics. Mary Morgan gains super vision and super hearing and becomes Miss Patriot. In “Battling the Nazi Vultures,” Torch and Toro are overpowered by Nazi agents wearing asbestos suits.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $825 $1,600 $2,750 $22,700 $22,705

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Issue #51

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #51 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #51. The highest-rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $4,800 in February 2019. This is an increase from its November 2009 value of $2,567. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $3,000 in March 2019, and an unretouched 8.0 had a March 2017 value of $3,100.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Timely Comics published Marvel Mystery Comics #51 in January 1944. The cover features The Human Torch squaring off against a Nazi who is using a swastica branding iron to torture a man. Other Nazis attempt to stop him, but The Torch gains the upper hand.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$425 $800 $1,500 $3,100 $11,500 $4,800

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Issue #52

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #52 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #52 is $28,800. This price is based on the sale of a NM 9.4 from the San Francisco pedigree that sold in August 2019. The next highest-rated copy to sell at auction is also from the San Francisco pedigree, and has a May 2019 value of $13,200.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Nazis have two people tied down on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #52, published by Timely Comics in February 1944. A shaman and Nazis are attempting to torture the pair, but The Human Torch intervenes and stops their machine guns before rescuing the captives.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$350 $700 $1,400 $2,600 $10,000 $28,800

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Issue #53

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #53 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #53 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an 8.5 from the Rockford pedigree, which has a February 2003 value of $866. A 7.5 from the same pedigree sold for $776 in October 2002, and an unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $926 in May 2009. An unretouched 7.0 has a May 2014 value of $1,673, and an unretouched 3.5 has a June 2019 value of $666.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Human Torch and Toro stop espionage in a bank vault on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #53, published by Timely Comics in March 1944. The duo is in Poland, where a super bomb is being concocted from the Polish chemicals. The Nazis capture them in a vacuum device and place them in a large block, but the hole the Nazis left in order to torture them proves to be just big enough for the Torch to escape and destroy the super bombers.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$350 $675 $1,350 $2,500 $10,000 $1,673

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Issue #54

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #54 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #54 to sell publicly is a NM+ 9.6, making the mint condition value $7,170 as of November 2011. In February 2019 a 9.2 from the Chicago pedigree sold for the price of $10,200, which is an increase from its March 2003 value of $2,530.

Why is this comic book valuable?

President Franklin Roosevelt makes a cameo in Marvel Mystery Comics #54, published by Timely Comics in April 1944. The President calls on Patriot for his help; The Human Torch saves a woman kidnaped by Japanese naval soldiers from the Imperial Army; Miss America takes on the case of a masked murderer.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$300 $625 $1,250 $2,500 $10,000 $10,200

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Issue #55

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #55 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #55. A CGC 9.4 rated as Qualified with a double cover sold for the price of $6,000 in March 2019. An unretouched 8.5 is the highest-rated Universal copy to sell publicly and has a February 2019 value of $5,400, which is an increase from its July 2003 price of $1,265.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Nazi villain The Day has his sight set on bombing New York City skyscrapers in Marvel Mystery Comics #55, published in May 1944 by Timely Comics. The Day plans on bombing 24 of the city’s biggest buildings, using 24 henchmen named after each hour. Torch defuses the midnight bomb and deduces Day’s secret identity, and Toro joins him when they track the criminals to their secret lair.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$700 $1,400 $2,750 $5,500 $20,000 $6,000

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Issue #56

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #56 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #56 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 8.5, which sold for the price of $1,928 in December 2004. An unretouched 8.0 has an October 2002 value of $920, and an unretouched 5.5 has a December 2017 value of $1,375.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #56 features a Golden Age comics bondage cover and was published in June 1944 by Timely Comics. A Berlin spy with prosthetic hands faces off against The Human Torch and Toro. Sub-Mariner fights against Hoggo in “Hoggo’s Great Secret.”

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$525 $1,050 $2,000 $3,750 $14,000 $1,928

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Issue #57

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #57 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #57 is a NM 9.4, but it did not sell publicly. The next highest rated copy is an unretouched 9.0, which has a January 2017 value of $2,999. That price is a decrease from its April 2013 peak of $3,995. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $2,050 in August 2011, and a 8.0 has a February 2019 value of $1,920.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A Nazi is decapitated on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #57, published by Timely Comics in July 1944. Jeff Mace, who is a reporter in his civilian life is walking home from his office when the efforts of The Patriot are needed; Miss America faces off against Killer Pedro and corpses that walk; Toro and Torch fight against Nazi spy The Jackal.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$250 $500 $1,000 $2,000 $8,000 $3,995

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Issue #58

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #58 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #58. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $8,365 in August 2015. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $5,676, and an 8.5 from the Davis Crippen pedigree has a February 2019 value of $4,080.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Torch attempts to rescue a man who is bound and being tortured on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #58, published in September 1944 is Timely Comics. Hitler has been thrawted by Allied bombers, so he orders American Nazi spy Mowbray to kill a chemist and steal his bomb-making formula. Mowbray kills the chemist and takes the formula, but when he attempts to blow up the American factory producing the bombs, The Torch instead blows up Mowbray.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$500 $1,000 $2,000 $4,000 $15,000 $8,365

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Issue #59

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #59 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #59 is an NM+ 9.6, which did not sell publicly. The next highest rated copy is a 9.4 from the San Francisco pedigree, which has a January 2005 value of $6,700. An unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $2,868 in May 2014, and an unretouched 8.5 has a February 2019 value of $4,200.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A mad inventor builds an army of giant robots in Marvel Mystery Comics #59, published by Timely Comics in October 1944. Professor Svengalie has created an army to destroy bridges, and after capturing Torch and Toro, attempts to use an atom smasher to destroy the duo. Sub-Mariner faces off against The Master of Death in “The Case of the Electric Killers.”

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$450 $900 $1,800 $4,000 $15,000 $6,700

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Issue #60

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #60 worth in 2021?

There is no mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #60. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.2 that sold for the price of $10,200 in February 2019, which is an increase from its July 2002 value of $3,450. An unretouched 8.5 has a value of $1,150 as of March 2004, and an 8.0 sold for the price of $3,600 in March 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Torch stops a super rocket shell in Marvel Mystery Comics #60, published by Timely Comics in December 1944. Gangsters who run a gambling establishment murder a man who threatens to tell everyone their games are fixed. A police chief turns out to be in cahoots with the criminals and tries to stop Torch and Toro from stopping their operation.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$275 $475 $1,700 $3,600 $10,200 $10,200

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Issue #61

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #61 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #61 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a 9.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which sold for the price of $2,032 in August 2006. An unretouched 7.5 has a value of $604 as of August 2002, and a 7.0 sold for the price of $1,320 in February 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro investigate the murder of a rich man in Marvel Mystery Comics #61, published by Timely Comics in January 1945. Mr. Jordon is murdered by his chauffeur and housekeeper, and when the duo investigates, the housekeeper murders the chauffeur so that she does not have to split the money. When Torch and Toro pursue the housekeeper after she flees, she loses control of her car and crashes. Upon investigation, they discover Mr. Jordon found a body-double, killed him, and faked his own death in order to collect on Jordon’s life insurance policy.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $325 $650 $1,300 $5,000 $2,032

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Issue #62

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #62 worth in 2021?

There is no mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #62. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a 9.2, which sold for the price of $9,000 in February 2019. That is an increase in value from its December 2002 price of $1,840. An unretouched 8.5 from the Edgar Church pedigree has an October 2002 value of $6,613, and an unretouched 6.5 has an August 2019 price of $1,111.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro must stop a couple from being beheaded on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #62, published by Timely Comics in March 1945. Madame and Joe Grabbe have concocted an extortion racket where they implant bombs into the heads of dolls. The dolls are sent to wealthy victims, and the dolls are set to explode if they do not pay.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$300 $500 $900 $1,900 $9,000 $9,000

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Issue #63

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #63 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #63 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.2, which sold for the price of $5,175 in July 2004. An unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $6,650 in June 2013, and an unretouched 7.0 has a February 2017 value of $4,063.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Cat-Woman makes her only appearance in the Angel series in Marvel Mystery Comics #63, published in April 1945 by Timely Comics. Torch and Toro meet a woman who is being harassed by a trio of men, and reveals that her stepfather owns a rival mill who is planning on sabotaging the mill the duo are working at. The stepfather sends goons to attack Torch, Toro, and the woman, and dispose of their bodies.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$900 $2,275 $775 $6,650 $5,175 $6,650

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Issue #64

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #64 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #64 is $10,158. This value is based on the sale of a 9.6 that sold in May 2012. A 9.4 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $10,055 in September 2016, and an unretouched 9.0 has a value of $2,185 as of August 2005.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #64 has the last cover depicting the German war. Published by Timely Comics in June 1945, #64 features Torch and Toro intervening in the attempted murder of a man about to be married. When the duo unravels the murder plot, and bring the villain to justice, the couple can tie the knot.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$475 $1,200 $775 $2,325 $10,150 $10,158

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Issue #65

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #65 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #65. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is a 9.4 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which has a February 2019 price of $5,040. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,554 as of May 2013, and an unretouched 8.0 has a September 2013 value of $1,126.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Miss America pursues a villainous married couple in Marvel Mystery Comics #65, published by Timely Comics in July 1945. The Human Torch and Toro take down a group of jewel thieves after the criminals acquire a string of worthless beads. The find out that the beads have an ultra-valuable jewel hidden on the strand, and Torch and Toro must stop the thieves.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$300 $575 $1,100 $2,100 $8,000 $5,040

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Issue #66

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #66 worth in 2021?

There is no mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #66. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 8.5, which sold for the price of $1,380 in August 2005. An unretouched 8.0 has a July 2012 value of $2,042, and an unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $2,151 in November 2017.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The last cover of Marvel Mystery Comics that features the Japanese war is #66, published by Timely Comics in September 1945. A Nazi spy posing as a foreman at a munition plant blows up the factory and attempts to pin the blame on an immigrant worker. Toro and Torch much save the man from lynching, and after recovering the explosive that caused the blast, they prove the man is innocent.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$325 $650 $1,325 $2,500 $10,000 $2,250

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Issue #67

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #67 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #67 is $2,925. This is based on the highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction, which is an unretouched 9.4 that sold in November 2011. In August 2015 a 9.2 from the Rockford pedigree sold for the price of $2,390, and an unretouched 9.0 has a May 2014 value of $2,091.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Toro and Torch intervene in a gun battle in front of the United States Treasury building in Marvel Mystery Comics #67, published by Timely Comics in November 1945. Human Torch tackles crime in 'The Death Bird of Thunder Mountain;' Sub-Mariner finds a lost solider, and Miss America faces off against villain duo Fox and the Vixen.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $800 $1,500 $5,500 $3,450

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Issue #68

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #68 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #68 is $3,738, which is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold in August 2005. An unretouched 9.4 sold for the price of $3,450 in July 2002. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $2,425 in March 2019, and a 9.0 from the Cosmic Aeroplane pedigree has a value of $2,050 from March 2009.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A Golden Age bondage cover is the feature of Marvel Mystery Comics #68, published by Timely (now Marvel) Comics in January 1946. Human Torch fights against 'The Wolf of Gotham;' Sub-Mariner faces off against pawns of Satan; and Angel stops evil in 'Blind Man's Boots.'

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$250 $200 $625 $700 $3,450 $3,738

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Issue #69

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #69 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #69. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0 from the Nova Scotia pedigree, which sold for the price of $2,827 in June 2013. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $2,629 in July 2012, and an unretouched 8.0 has an October 2002 value of $805.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Toro and Torch take on a zodiac-themed criminal syndicate in Marvel Mystery Comics #69, published by Timely (now Marvel) Comics in February 1946. In 'The Laughing Sneak Thief,' Torch is captured by a gang of thieves. Toro rescues him, and the duo gives stolen bikes back to the children they were taken from.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $750 $1,500 $6,000 $2,827

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Issue #70

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #70 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #70 is $3,995. This value is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the Big Apple pedigree that sold in May 2010. A 9.4 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $2,875 in December 2002. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $1,725 in August 2005, and an unretouched 8.0 has a February 2018 value of $1,016.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #70 was published by Timely (now Marvel) Comics in March 1946. Walt Neilson's uncle Rankin steals money and frames Walt. Rankin murders the prosecutor after the man begins to have second thoughts about framing an innocent man. Torch believes in Walt's innocence, as the lack of blood on the scene of the murder points to it being staged.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$225 $450 $900 $1,800 $6,500 $3,995

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Issue #71

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #71 worth in 2021?

The highest-rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #71 is an NM+ 9.6, which did not sell publicly. A 9.4 sold for the price of $3,884 in January 2007, and an unretouched 9.0 has a May 2014 value of $3,107. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $2,880 in October 2018.

Why is this comic book valuable?

A hypodermic needle is featured on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #71, published in April 1946 by Timely Comics. The Human Torch and Toro as wrapped up in a case that involves ancient Egypt, Egyptian hieroglyphics, a sarcophagus and the mummies that are entombed in them.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$250 $500 $950 $1,800 $6,500 $3,884

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Issue #72

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #72 worth in 2021?

The highest-rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #72 is a Near Mint/Mint 9.8, which did not sell publicly. The next highest CGC rated copy is a 9.6 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which has an October 2002 value of $5,290. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $1,793 in July 2012, and an unretouched 8.5 has a February 2012 value of $875.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro stop a gunfight in front of an NYPD precinct on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #72, published by Timely Comics in May 1946. A Nazi agent refuses to acknowledge the surrender of Germany and the end of the war, and steals the secret formula for the atomic bomb. He builds the bombs, loads them onto planes, and sends them to target cities across America. The Human Torch and Toro must stop the planes and save the country.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$125 $250 $450 $875 $3,250 $5,290

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Issue #73

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #73 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #73. The highest CGC rated copy of #73 to sell publicly sold for the price of $2,035 in January 2014. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,150 in March 2017, and an 8.5 from the Davis Crippen pedigree has a July 2012 value of $1,200. An unretouched 8.0 has a March 2019 value of $1,077.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro investigate reports of Werewolves on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #73, published by Timely Comics in June 1946. In 'Killer Boss of Westport,' the gangster Grogan has bribed local law enforcement and is now running Westport. A civic league member is blown up in his home, and the members beg Torch and Toro to investigate and stop Grogan's gang.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$125 $240 $450 $900 $3,500 $2,035

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Issue #74

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #74 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #74 is $4,063. This is based on the sale of a 9.4 from the Davis Crippen pedigree that sold in May 2015. The next highest-rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $1,400 in March 2016. A 9.0 from the Cosmic Aeroplane pedigree had an April 2005 value of $1,360, and an unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,055 in March 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Patriot is featured in his final appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #74, published by Timely Comics in July 1946. The Patriot is rebranded as Captain America III in What If? #4 and Captain America Comics #59. In 'Escape from Doom,' villain Crusher hatches a plan to escape execution by the electric chair by luring Torch and Toro to the prison, where he kidnaps Toro and the warden's little girl.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$250 $450 $900 $1,700 $6,000 $4,063

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Issue #75

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #75 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #75 is $4,780. This is based on the sale of a 9.6 sold in May 2015, which is an increase in value from its November 2010 price of $3,107. An unretouched 9.4 sold for the price of $2,091 in November 2009, and an unretouched 9.0 has a March 2019 value of $1,670.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro fight crime outside of Jack's Tavern in Marvel Mystery Comics #75, published by Timely Comics in August 1946. A ventriloquist turns his dummy into a robot. He makes the dummy remote-controlled, and uses it to commit a series of robberies, and Toro and Torch must end his crime spree.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $800 $1,600 $6,000 $4,780

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Issue #76

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #76 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #76 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.2 that sold for $2,300 in October 2008. An unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $2,510 in May 2018, which is a decrease from its October 2002 value of $1,121.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The first of a 10-part series featuring Miss American begins in Marvel Mystery Comics #76, published by Timely Comics in September 1946. Toro is kidnapped by the Queen of Crime in an attempt to force Torch to do her bidding. He goes to her house to pretend to agree and try to free Toro. The duo gets placed in an asbestos-lined deathtrap with moving walls, but they manage to escape and wreck the Queen's car as she attempts to rob an armored car.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $800 $1,600 $5,500 $2,510

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Issue #77

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #77 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #77 is $4,830. This is based on the highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction, which is a 9.6 from the Davis Crippen pedigree that sold in October 2002. A 9.4 from the Big Apple pedigree sold for the price of $3,680 in October 2002, and an unretouched 9.2 has a May 2015 value of $2,868. An unretouched 7.0 sold for the price of $1,149 in August 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Sub-Mariner is taking part in a race on the cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #77, published by Timely Comics in October 1946. Toro and Torch solve the 'Golden Calf Murders;' Sub-Mariner is involved in the 'Last Voyage of Cap'n Frome;' and the second in the Miss America serial features a very unwelcome visitor.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$175 $350 $700 $1,400 $5,500 $4,830

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Issue #78

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #78 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #78 to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.4, which sold for the price of $3,884 in May 2014. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $2,510 in May 2018. An unretouched 9.0 has a March 2019 value of $1,650, and an unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,312 in June 2019.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Torch and Toro stop a robbery at the 6th National Bank in Marvel Mystery Comics #78, published in November 1946 by Timely Comics. The Human Torch fights a long-dead criminal in 'Three Thousand Years Dead;' Sub-Mariner helps Betty Dean in 'The Witch of Capetown;' and 'The Lights Go Out' in the third installment of Miss America's 10-part series.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $800 $1,600 $6,000 $3,884

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Issue #79

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #79 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics is $3,360, as based on the August 2019 sale of an unretouched 9.4. This is a decrease in value from its peak May 2018 price of $4,302. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $1,610 in April 2004, and an unretouched 9.0 has an August 2019 value of $1,680.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #79 features a brand new cover format, and was published in December 1946 by Timely (now Marvel) Comics. A thief is committing crimes using a Mother Goose motif, and his henchman, King Cole, tries to dissuade him from the theme. Mother Goose likes the theme as it is a battle of wits with Human Torch.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$225 $400 $750 $1,500 $6,000 $4,302

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Issue #80

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #80 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #80. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a 9.2 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which sold for the price of $2,185 in October 2002. An unretouched 8.5 has a value of $1,150 as of August 2005, and an unretouched 7.5 has a February 2009 value of $900.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Captain America makes his first appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #80, published by Timely (now Marvel) Comics in January 1947. Torch and Toro investigate the framing of a singer by his music publisher in “Murder Melodies;” Sub-Mariner faces off against the villain Mad Hatter; and Captain America stands up against The Howling Mummy.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$275 $550 $1,100 $2,000 $8,000 $2,185

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Issue #81

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #81 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #81 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0, which has a May 2019 value of $1,680. This is an increase in value from its July 2002 price of $1,380. A 9.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree is worth $1,450 as of March 2013, and a 9.0 from the Ohio pedigree has a May 2010 value of $1,650. In March 2019 an unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,327, which is a decrease from its peak November 2017 price of $2,299.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Captain America is featured in ;'Prison Plunder' in Marvel Mystery Comics #81, published by Timely Comics in March 1947. Torch and Toro fight 'The Crimson Terror;' Sub-Mariner must stop 'The Laughing Killer;' and part 6 of the 10-part Miss America series features a unique murder.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$125 $250 $450 $900 $3,500 $2,299

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Issue #82

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #82 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #82 is $7,170. This is based off the sale of a 9.6 from the Ohio pedigree that sold in August 2007. In September 2015 an unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $3,100, and an 8.5 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $2,875 in April 2005. In August 2018 an unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $5,760, which is an increase from its May 2003 value of $1,380.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Prince Namor's (Sub-Mariner) cousin Namora makes her first appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #82, published in May 1947 by Timely Comics. In the origin story of Namora, villianous Stoop Richards and his gang stage a deadly massacre of Namora's home and pillage it for the valuable pearls. Namora's father is killed in the attack, and when Sub-Mariner finds Namora amongst the carnage, they team up to find the murderers and bring them to justice.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$1,150 $2,150 $3,800 $6,750 $24,000 $10,200

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Issue #83

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #83 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #83 is a 9.6, which did not sell publicly. The highest-rated copy to sell at auction is an 8.5 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which has a value of $1,093 as of August 2005. In January 2014 an unretouched 8.0 sold for the price of $869. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Young Allies make their last Golden Age appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #83, published by Timely Comics in July 1947. Captain America and Bucky Barnes team up in 'The Devil to Pay;' Miss American takes on Rex Herr in the 8th of a 10-part series; and Torch and Toro take on the villain Photo Phantom.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $800 $1,500 $6,000 $1,326

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Issue #84

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #84 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #84 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell publicly is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $4,567 in June 2012. An 8.5 from the Lost Valley pedigree sold for the price of $1,752 in November 2011, and an unretouched 8.5 has a value of $1,315 as of August 2013. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

The legend of the Blonde Phantom begins in Marvel Mystery Comics #84, published by Timely Comics in October 1947. Torch and Toro apprehend a thief attempting to steal for a Sultan in Bagdad; disfigured actress Sari Tartar has kidnaped beauty contestants in order to torture them; and the Blonde Phantom takes on the Mad Magicians.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$400 $825 $1,500 $3,000 $12,000 $4,567

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Issue #85

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #85 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy to Marvel Mystery Comics #85 to sell at auction is a 9.4 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which has a March 2003 value of $2,760. An unretouched 9.0 sold for the price of $1,265 in July 2002, and an unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $748 in November 2003.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Miss America features her Final Reckoning in the conclusion of her ten-part series in Marvel Mystery Comics #85, published by Timely (now Marvel) Comics in February 1948. A salvage ship captain is drumming up business by luring ships into treacherous waters, and Sub-Mariner and Namora investigate after the S.S. Hardy sinks. The Human Torch investigates a murder at the Famous Names Club after Cleopatra asks him for help.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$175 $350 $650 $1,300 $5,000 $2,760

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Issue #86

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #86 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #86 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 8.0, which sold for the price of $1,208 in March 2019. This is a decrease from its September 2010 value of $899. An 8.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $690 in July 2003, and a 7.5 has a December 2012 value of $975.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The secret identity of the Blonde Phantom is revealed in Marvel Mystery Comics #86, published by Timely Comics in June 1948. A wealthy man named Garko is cruel to his stepson and drives him away. Garko holds a festival for his birthday, and his stepson returns, hidden behind a mask. The stepson plans to kill Garko and steal his jewels, but Torch and Toro intervene before the stepson can steal the jewels.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $300 $650 $1,200 $4,500 $1,208

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Issue #87

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #87 worth in 2021?

The highest CGC rated copy of Marvel Mystery Comics #87 to sell publicly is a 9.4 that sold for the price of $3,450 in August 2005. An unretouched 9.2 sold for the price of $1,725 in February 2004, and a 9.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree has an October 2002 value of $1,495. An unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $1,020 in December 2019. ?

Why is this comic book valuable?

Golden Girl makes her first appearance in a Captain America storyline in Marvel Mystery Comics #87, published by Timely (now Marvel) Comics in August 1948. A woman askes Torch to investigate when her boyfriend is charged in the strangling death of his rival. She believes he’s been framed, and upon investigation, Torch discovers the man’s boss had him framed due to his new invention.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$150 $150 $600 $975 $3,450 $3,450

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Issue #88

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #88 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #88 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a 9.2 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which sold for $4,000 in May 2018, and was signed by Stan Lee. Another 9.2 from the Davis Crippen pedigree sold for the price of $2,850 in March 2009, and an unretouched 9.2 has a January 2006 value of $2,070.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Both Golden Girl and Sun Girl make an appearance in Marvel Mystery Comics #88, published by Timely (Marvel) Comics in October 1948. A surgeon who was smuggling diamonds into the country inside of candy must perform emergency surgery at the demand of The Torch to save the life of a little girl who accidentally eats one of the lollipops.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$140 $280 $550 $1,100 $4,000 $4,000

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Issue #89

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #89 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #89 is unknown. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is a 9.0 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which had a September 2002 value of $1,667. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,725 in October 2002 and a 8.5 from the Edgar Church pedigree has a November 2019 value of $2,880.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Sun Girl teams up for the first time with Human Torch in Marvel Mystery Comics #89, published by Timely Comics in December 1948. Sun Girl and The Torch help B.P. when a little orphan girl is forced to tell lies about B.P. at a benefit. Thugs have kidnapped the girl's brother, and they must find the men's hideout in order to save the boy.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $400 $825 $1,500 $6,000 $1,725

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Issue #90

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #90 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #90. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $2,222 in December 2011. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,150 in October 2002, and an unretouched 8.0 has an August 2006 value of $1,315.

Why is this comic book valuable?

The Blonde Phantom is unmasked in Marvel Mystery Comics #90, published in February 1949 by Timely Comics. The villainous Professor Grimm kidnaps a toddler and uses a growth serum on him, turning him into a giant. Grimm uses the giant to commit rimes for him, and Torch and Sun Girl team up in order to cure the toddler and return him to his parents.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$140 $275 $575 $950 $4,000 $2,222

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Issue #91

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #91 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #91. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an 8.5 from the Davis Crippen pedigree, which sold for the price of $3,227 in May 2015. An unretouched 7.5 sold for the price of $690 in October 2002, and an unretouched 4.5 sold for the price of $750 in October 2018, which is an increase from its January 2005 value of $364.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Venus stars in her own storyline in Marvel Mystery Comics #91, published by Timely Comics in April 1949. Torch and Sun Girl team up to apprehend jewel thief Dizzy Daze, who has stolen a prized diamond. Daze captures Sun Girl and places her under a special magnet, and forces Torch to sell the diamond for a million dollars or else he’ll drop Sun Girl to her death.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$175 $375 $750 $1,500 $6,000 $3,227

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Issue #92

What's Marvel Mystery Comics #92 worth in 2021?

There is no known mint condition value of Marvel Mystery Comics #91. The highest CGC rated copy to sell at auction is an unretouched 9.0, which sold for the price of $5,399 in May 2014. An unretouched 8.5 sold for the price of $1,783 in March 2003, and an unretouched 7.0 has a May 2018 value of $2,749.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Marvel Mystery Comics #92 is the last issue under its current name, and was published by Timely Comics in June 1949. The storylines later become Marvel Tales. The Human Torch visits the home of Dr. Horton, who created his fire ability. His return is a decade in the making, and upon arriving learns Dr. Horton has passed away.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$400 $700 $1,250 $2,400 $9,000 $5,399

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