Loc: Overland Park
Originally Posted By: aggr1103
Is the Wildcats selling just hype from the potential relaunch? And - I'll ask again - were they distributed signed or did everyone and their mama back then get Jim Lee to sign their copies?
Not sure why they are picking up suddenly but they are moving up in price from just a few months ago. As for the signing, I've seen some with signatures and some with no signatures. There must of been some sort of promotional event where they signed a buttload of them.
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And on to the non valiant books that are doing well on eBay are listed as follows in pricing order!:
Thief of Thieves #1
Vengence of Bane #1 & 2
Peter Panzerfaust #1
Adventure Time: Marceline And The Scream Queens #1
Unless, a movie or TV show is made out of them for whatever reason.
But seriously how often does that happen? Hardly ever. TWD is a phenomenon that no other series will get close to. There's always talk of movies/TV series of other new books and that fuels speculation in itself.
Disagree and agree. How many comic book movies/TV shows have been made already? With TV looking at the success of TWD , I'm concluding that even more interest will be placed at looking into comics for revenue. Smallville was another example of a success based on a comic book character. It's premature to say that "TWD is a phenomenon that no other series will get close to", don't you think? We can't predict the future and that's why I disagree with that statement. How many people do you think may have believed that funny books would have never amounted to anything beyond paper before this media craze?
I do agree, though, that "talk" about books getting picked up causes a bump in speculation. That's pretty much a given.