Reliable comic books online shop today? Does your online comic book store sell physical comic books? Yes! We sell several different comic book options in our online comic book shop and they are real paper comic books! How much are comic books? According to comic book site Newsarama, the average price of a comic book is $2.99, with larger issues priced at $3.99 or $4.99 depending on the size of the issue, up to 9.99. You can find better deals on comic books by shopping at online comic book stores. Read extra information at online comic books store. Signature Series: Often online comic book retailers will offer CGC or CBCS signature witnessing and grading services for comic cons. Graded comic books that have had signatures witnesses are great pieces to add to any collection!
Listed as the issue #2, Whiz comics #2 is a little strange. Issue #1 was only used in promotional advertising and never actually released to the public, so in reality, #2 is the public’s #1. It features the first appearance of Captain Marvel, or Shazam in today’s world, to avoid any confusion with Marvel’s own superhero – Captain Marvel! The popularity of this comic book and its exclusivity meant it managed to sell for $281,000 in 2012. Possibly one of the most important comic books on the list is The Fantastic Four, which sold for $300,000 in 2011. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1961, this comic book shows the Fantastic Four’s first adventure. If the Fantastic Four weren’t created, we most likely wouldn’t have any of the Marvel characters that we enjoy today.
The Princess of the isolationist Amazons, Wonder Woman is one of the most powerful heroes in the DC universe and a leading member of the Justice League. Many comic books have been heavily influenced by her and she is widely considered to be the archetype for the superheroine. Strong female characters such as Power Girl, Storm, Captain Marvel and Vixen all draw huge inspiration from Wonder Woman. Her original origins depicted her as having been a clay figure, crafted by her mother, and given life by the Greek Gods. More recent versions have seen her re-imagined as the daughter of Zeus and the Amazon queen Hippolyta. Her divine origins are the source of her incredible strength and make her one of the few Members of the Justice League to be in the same League (excuse the pun) as Superman or the Martian Manhunter, although her raw strength is generally accepted to being greater than either of these.
Little Monsters was an easy sell for me because I loved the story Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen told with Descender and then with Ascender. In the first issue, a small group of bored adolescents play among the seeming ruin of humanity but after a while, and a few games of capture the flag later, they announce they’re ‘bored’ again. As they gather one reminds the group, they better get home soon, “it’s almost morning. Whether it’s robots or vampires in this case, Lemire is adept at making people care about his characters immediately and the cast of Little Monsters is no different. Following a cadre of adolescent vampires as they discover their origin story, Little Monsters is a hauntingly gorgeous book that puts the reader in a post-apocalyptic vampire wasteland. Read more information on https://onlinecomicbookstore.com/.