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Loc: Rushmore State
I have been buying and selling Nintendo comics since 1999, I had purchased some large chunks of the original unsold publisher overstock. I had around 1500 copies back in early 2000 or so, most were NM+ and would of been killer CGC candidates. Blew them out on Ebay at $5.00 each. Most were Gameboy, Nintendo comic system and Mario issues, very few of the Zelda's. I even added these books to my Overstreet Market report as they are undervalued.
Bronze, Copper and Modern CGC 9.8 comic book collectibles, sprinkle in some 9.4 and better Silver. We have sold over 10,000 CGC books on Ebay, check out our weekly auctions.
We sell around 300 fixed price raw comics a month, from low grade Golden Age to high grade Bronze, Copper, and Moderns.
This is invaluable if you want to find out which stories are reprinted where. For example, if you cannot find a copy of NCS 7, you can see the Zelda story was reprinted in softcover TPB #1, but not the hardcover.
Thanks for keeping that site alive.
Edited by ckb (06/26/1203:11 PM)
Visit my eBay Store! CGC graded Valiants! Toon Tumblers! Mega Mega Magnets! Yea, but he's on "the wrong side of right". Someone can be 100% right about something and still be wrong. If I hit a person in a crosswalk with my car then I am wrong and they are right, but they are on "the wrong side of right".-OldGuy 11/09/2006
I SUPPORT THE 1%. Without them, the rest of us are screwed.
Still looking for a CGC SMB 1 in 9.8. Bought my Zelda 1 CGC 9.8 for less than $90 on ebay.
Would also like to find the Captain N and Game Boy #1 issues in 9.8.
These have always been undervalued in my opinion as well.
Question: "I was wondering how you deal with collectors and speculators who truly believe that the items they are buying now are going to be worth a lot of money in the future...?"
ANSWER: "The safest approach is to avoid discussing the topic of future collectability with these individuals: first, they know more than anyone else; second, they are deaf to any opinion that does not agree with their own; third, they are misguided optimists, assuming past practice could not possibly apply in their case."
-Harry Rinker; 'The Myth of the Guaranteed Collectible' (originally posted on WorthPoint and Harry Rinker's own website)