Collectibles - Marvel Comics

Comics & Characters

Comics books are very collectible item and here are what are considered to be the TOP TEN Marvel comic characters and comic books to collect.



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Rank
Description
Titles (& Issues) to look out for
#1 The Amazing Spider-Man
The original Spider-Man comic series being the world's most popular single title comic book.

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Amazing Fantasy
#15

Amazing Spider-Man
#1-129, #238, #282 - #328

Spectacular Spider-Man (comic)
#1, #2, #27, #28

Spectacular Spider-Man (magazine)
#1 & #2 (published in 1968 only)

#2 The X-Men
The popularity of the X-Men movies in part have made the comic books very collectible.

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The X-Men
#1-#20, #35, #94, #100, #141

The Uncanny X-Men
#142, #143, #266

Giant-Size X-Men
#1 & #2

Incredible Hulk
#180, #181, #182 (first appearances of Wolverine)

#3 Iron Man
The popularity of the movies starring Robert Downey Jnr. as Tony Stark have made this title a hit with Collectors.

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Tales of Suspense
#39, #40, #41, #48

Iron Man and Sub-Mariner
#1

Iron Man
#1 - #10, #55

The Avengers
#1 - #20, #57, #100

#4 Captain America
This comic character has also benefited from the success of its movies and again makes titles very popular with Collectors.

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Captain America Comics (10c)
Any issue

All-Select Comics (10c)
#1 - #10

All Winners Comics (10c)
#1 - #21

The Avengers (12c)
#4

Marvel Mystery Comics (10c)
#80 - #92

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos (12c)
#13

#5 Incredible Hulk
Since his exposure to gamma radiation, the Incredible Hulk has been a hit with Collectors. It is however hard to find comic books in great condition!

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The Incredible Hulk (gray skin in #1)
#1 - #6, #102, #180, - #182

The Avengers (12c)
#1 - #3, #5

Fantastic Four
#12, #25, #26, #112

Amazing Spider-Man
#14, #119, #120

Tales to Astonish
#59 - #101

#6 The Mighty Thor
Thor brought the pantheon of ancient Norse gods to the Marvel comics character universe.

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Journey into Mystery
#83 - #100, #109, #112

Thor
#126

The Avengers (12c)
#1 - #20, #57

#7 The Fantastic Four
The original Marvel Comics characters and a decade or more back the most popular comic book series.

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Fantastic Four
#1 - #30, #48 to #50, #55 to #60, #72, #100, #112
Annual #1, #2 and #3

Amazing Spider-Man
#1, #5, #8

The Avengers
#1

#8 The Silver Surfer
One of the most under used Marvel Comics character and has been long tipped for a big movie appearance.

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Fantastic Four
#48 - #50, #55 - #60, #72

Silver Surfer
#1 - #10, #14

Tales to Astonish
#92, #93

#9 Daredevil
The blind superhero starred in a poorly-rated superhero movie a few years back, but this is still one of the most collected series of Marvel Comics characters.

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Daredevil
#1 - #20, #27, #38, #43, #131, #158, #168, #169, #181

The Amazing Spider-Man
#16

The Avengers
#60

The Defenders
#24, #25

Fantastic Four
#39, #40

Journey into Mystery
#116

#10 Nick Fury
Originally an army character, Nick Fury began in Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos. Nick began a new role when he became an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. .

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Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos
#1 - #20, (especially #1, #2, #13)
Annual #1

Strange Tales
#135

Tales of Suspense
#78

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
#1 - #7, #15