Most expensive comics are known as collectible, but unless you are Ni Cage, there are some comics that you are just unlikely ever to collect.
10. Fantastic Four 1
Most expensive comics include Fantastic Four 1. What is it about? Created in the response to the DC’s success with Justice League of America, the Marvel’s own superhero team introduced new Human Torch named Mr Fantastic, Invisible Woman and also the monstrous Thing. Stan Lee and the Jack Kirby were creators, although who just did what remains subject of some of the controversy. The story sees FF coming just to grip with the powers, and also putting them into action against the subterranean netball named The Mole Man.
9. Action Comics 7
Most expensive comics include Action Comics 7.What is it about? Action regulars the Scoop Scanlan, the Marco Polo and also the Zatara were still in mix, as was strip called the Zulu Diamond Mine, but it was just of course, the Superman that was doing business for the Action Comics. This issue also saw Supers join circus as star attraction, to help nice owner named Mr. Jordan fend off the nasty debt-collector named Mr. Niles.
8. Amazing Fantasy 15
Most expensive comics include Amazing Fantasy 15. What is it about? The final issue of ailing anthology which was previously titled Amazing the Adult Fantasy and also which perhaps erroneously suggests the costumed antics of different type allowed the editor Stan Lee just to throw caution to wind and the chuck in teen hero which nobody was interested in.
7. Batman 1
Most expensive comics include Batman 1.What is it about? Not the Batman’s first appearance but also the immensely significant nonetheless. It is the first solo comic, and also unlike the Superman’s, it also featured all the new material. The stories within give us first adventures with the Joker and the Cat woman .
6. All-American Comics 16
Boy pilot the Hop Harridan and the US marines Red, the White and also the Blue grace pages of the anthology, but the significance is in introduction of Green Lantern, here in form of the Alan Scott. Scott miraculously survives train wreck clutching some mysterious lantern of the spacey origin, which gives him the flashbacks to the two millennia past.
5. Marvel Comics 1
The Human Torch which makes his debut here is not the one from Fantastic Four, and is not even human; he is an android. Nevertheless, this is also where the Marvel begins published at the point by the Timely Publications.
4. Detective Comics 1
It is the first issue of anthology comic that introduced the Batman to world just over two years into run. As title suggests premiere volume is home of gumshoe detective and dastardly villain.
3. Superman 1
Actually little more than reprint of the Superman’s first four strips from pages of the Action Comics, plus few pages of some material for the ten cents, expanding back-story and also introducing the Ma and also the Pa Kent.
2. Detective Comics 27
Value: $2.57 million
Fu Manchu Crimson Avenger and also hard-boiled detective named Slam Bradley features in this anthology, but significance is first appearance of Batman, along with the Commissioner named Gordon and the Gotham City.
1. Action Comics 1
Value: $2.89 million
A compendium of the stories featuring the Marco Polo, Sticky-Mitt Stimson and Scoop the most expensive comics Five Star Reporter and this thing called the Superman Creators named Jerry Lieges and the Joe Shyster edited down the unsold newspaper strip at the short notice, to produce tale about the Superman’s origin and also the first adventures.