Thor Comic Book Price Guide

Marvel // March 1966 - September 1996
Issue count: 377

Long considered Marvel's "Marquee" title, it's dynamic storytelling and art make THOR a collectible favorite, with many key issues selling for high prices! Click the title and follow current market value!

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Thor

After the success of the re-launch of the superhero genre with the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, etc., THOR debuted in Journey Into Mystery issue #83 in August of 1962, but it was in Journey into Mystery that he first came into prominence, with a whole universe being created around Thor, whose earthly guise was partially lame Dr. Donald Blake, and would be established as a "God on Earth" - a popular and recurring Marvel theme - with many elements from Norse mythology being prominent, and many supporting characters being drawn from that well.

It was in the pages of Journey where we first saw his mythical homeland, Asgard, encountered Loki - Thor's brother and arch nemesis - and father Odin (among many others).Thor's father Odin decides his son needed to be taught humility and consequently places Thor (without memories of godhood) into the body and memories of an existing, partially disabled human medical student, Donald Blake. After becoming a doctor, Blake witnesses the arrival of an alien scouting party while he is on vacation in Norway. Blake flees from the aliens into a cave. After discovering Thor's hammer Mjolnir (disguised as a walking stick) and striking it against a rock, he transforms into the thunder god!

And of course it woudln't be Marvel if your main character was not subject to many personal conflicts, like Don Blake's ongoing tentative relationship with nurse Jane Foster. Additionally, Thor would encounter many Earth-bound baddies, such as Radioactive Man, Lava Man, Mister Hyde, The Cobra, Grey Gargoyle, Absorbing Man... and also epic encounters with Hulk and Hercules! 

Thor would be the main attraction for the duration of Journey Into Mystery’s life (issue #125, February 1966), at which point he would immediately go on to have his own long-running title, continuing with the numbering from Journey, issue #126 would be the first issue under his own name.

There would be many interesting plotlines in the late 60’s - mid 70’s. Falling in love with Jane Foster, Thor disobeys his father and refuses to return to Asgard, an act for which he is punished on several occasions. Thor's natural affinity for Earth is eventually revealed to be due to the fact that he was the son of the Elder Goddess Gaea. Although Thor initially regards himself as a "superhero" like his teammates in the Avengers, Loki's machinations draw Thor into increasingly epic adventures, such as teaming with his father Odin and Asgardian ally Balder against the fire demon Surtur and Skagg the Storm Giant, and defeating an increasingly powerful Absorbing Man and proving his innocence in the "Trial of the Gods"

Being the exclusive property of creative team Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, which was admittedly one of their favorite books to work on, Kirby would remain on the book until 1970, with issue #179 being his last. The ever-faithful John Buscema would step in, and, for the most part, become the primary artist through issue #278, dated December 1978.

Lee would continue as writer through issue #192 (September 1971), at which point Gerry Conway became the main scribe.

The book would continue until 1996, going through many different writers and artists - including a memorable, critically acclaimed run by Walt Simonson - but for the most part the 60’s and early Bronze-Age issues are demanding the higher prices amongst collectors.

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Issue #126

What's Thor #126 worth in 2021?

Thor #126 was released in March 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 that raked in a mind-crushing $18250. FN 6.0 copies have come down in price recently, from $113 a few years back to only $79 today. A GD 2.0 copy has been holding steady at $40.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is a valuable one beacuse it features a timeless battle between Thor and Hercules. When Thor hears that the Argonauts are coming home by Odin, he decides to plan a birthday party hosted by a murderous clown.

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$50 $75 $125 $250 $3,200 $25,500

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Issue #127

What's Thor #127 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Thor #127 is $1,401. Based on the highest-rated copy to sell publicly, that value is a 9.8 NM/M sold in September 2014. An unrestored 9.6 NM+ has a September 2020 value of $866, and an unrestored 9.4 NM sold for the price of $360 in October 2020.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Pluto makes his first appearance in Thor #127, published in April 1966 by Marvel Comics. Thor, in a weakened state, returns to his home planet of Asgard. Upon his arrival, he finds Seidring has taken over. A battle ensues, and upon Seidring’s defeat, Thor collapses.

Price Guide Report

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

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Issue #128

What's Thor #128 worth in 2021?

The mint condition value of Thor #128 is $1,499. That value is based on the highest-rated copy to sell publicly, a 9.6 NM+ sold in July 2019. That value is an increase from its March 2005 value of $650. An unrestored 9.4 NM has an April 2020 value of $375, and an unrestored 9.0 sold for the price of $100 in February 2020.

Why is this comic book valuable?

Hercules joins the Asgardian hero in Thor #128, published in May 1966 by Marvel Comics. The Son of Zeus and the God of Thunder team up and take on the Power of Pluto when the Plutonian god tricks Hercules into signing a bogus contract.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$15 $40 $50 $90 $210 $1,500

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Issue #129

What's Thor #129 worth in 2021?

Thor #129 was released in June 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 that brought home $3500 in October 2018. FN 6.0 copies have been dropping lately from $75 to $50. A GD 2.0 copy costs about $20.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is valuable because it features the first appearance of Harokin, one of Thor's most feared adversaries. It also features the first instance of Thor wanting to fight Pluto's hell-ridden minions, so he sets up an illegal gambling parlor so the rest of the Avengers can take bets on what the outcome is going to be. Will Iron Man lose his metal shirt, or will he beat the house?

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$10 $20 $50 $125 $200 $3,824

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Issue #130

What's Thor #130 worth in 2021?

Thor #130 was released in July 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 from the Boston pedigree that brought home $1554 in July 2012. FN 6.0 copies have been keeping steady at about $39. A GD 2.0 copy while run you about $20.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is special because Hercules is so mad about Thor messing up Hades that he forfeits all the bets and let's Captain America out of solitary confinement, but only so long as Thor takes his place...

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$7 $12 $25 $60 $200 $2,300

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Issue #131

What's Thor #131 worth in 2021?

Thor #131 was released in August 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 that brought home $1155 in December 2012. FN 6.0 copies have been keeping steady at about $502. A GD 2.0 copy while run you about $20.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is spectacular because Tana Niles shows up on Earth looking to take a piece for herself. Thor can't allow it, and instead bekons Tana to the secret underwater metropolis of Atlantis, where unicorns and dreams live forever!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$8 $16 $45 $75 $225 $4,000

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Issue #132

What's Thor #132 worth in 2021?

Thor #132 was released in September 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.6 from the Boston pedigree that brought home $250 in January 2013. FN 6.0 copies has dropped from $72 to about $54 . A GD 2.0 copy while run you about $20.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is valuable because it features the first appearance of Ego the Living Plant in a cameo role. This issue is dope because when the menace of Ego is overcoming Thor, he must enlist the help of his friend, Id, who claims to know about the location of another being, Super Id, that perhaps can help them battle their way off the planet!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$10 $25 $50 $75 $175 $1,840

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Issue #133

What's Thor #133 worth in 2021?

Thor #133 was released in October 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 that brought home $2749 in July 2012. FN 6.0 copies have been down from $90 to about $65. A GD 2.0 copy while run you about $20.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is valuable because it features the first full-on appearance of the character Ego the Living Planet. This issue is super boss because with the help of Id and Super Duper Id, Thor is able to defeat Ego and then goes on to ransack the rest of Ego's pathetic little planet. Little does Thor know that Uber- Concious is rising once again, and that Ego is in hiding planning his revenge!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$20 $40 $75 $125 $350 $3,400

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Issue #134

What's Thor #134 worth in 2021?

Thor #134 was released in November 1966. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 that brought sold for $5005 in July 2018. FN 6.0 copies have been holding steady at about $100. A GD 2.0 copy while run you about $20.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is valuable because it features the first appearance of High Evolutionary and Man-Beast! In this special issue Jane Foster is hanging about the High Evolutionary's private lair, and Thor comes busting in to make sure the clasp on Jane's chastity belt is still intact!

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$40 $100 $275 $525 $2,075 $5,005

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Issue #165

What's Thor #165 worth in 2021?

Thor #165 was released in June 1969. The most expensive copy ever sold was a NM 9.8 that brought home a value of $2000 in July 2013. FN 6.0 copies have been keeping a steady price of about $300. A GD 2.0 copy while run you about $100.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is valuable because it features the first appearance of HIM, later known as Adam Warlock. Odin, the Watcher, and Thor have a secret family meeting in which they discuss the dispersal of Tony Stark's common stock into the manager's hidden Panama accounts, through which the money will be funneled to Nova Scotia.

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GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$100 $125 $250 $550 $3,425 $15,200

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Issue #166

What's Thor #166 worth in 2021?

Thor #166 was released in July 1969. The issue that brought in the most money ever was a NM 9.8 that sold for $2600 which sold in 2018. A FN 6.0 copy will run you about $100 today, up from about $65 a few years back. A GD 2.0 copy will run you around $15.

Why is this comic book valuable?

This issue is exceptional because Sif, the Royal Astrologer Roger of Kidda, fights Karilla and Odin in a battle to the death. Thankfully, Karilla has a change of heart.

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$25 $75 $100 $125 $350 $2,600

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