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ComicConnect Starts 2023 with a BOOM!

“Event Auction 53 results are in and with yet another multi-million-dollar auction under our belts; I gotta tell you, this is a wonderful hobby to be such an important part of,” Vincent Zurzolo, said. “While the tough market headwinds are fleeting, ComicConnect managed more than a few record prices in grade. Again, thank you to every single participant on either side of the hammer. It is appreciated.” Bidders were offered blue-chip keys, hundreds of original art lots, certified video tapes, video games, and pulps.

Auction Top Sales: Captain America Comics #1 7.0 $300,150, Batman #1 2.5 $215,000, Whiz Comics (#2) #1 5.5 $188,600, Action Comics #1 $126,500, Fantastic Four #5 9.4 $126,500, and Superman #1 1.0 $101,111. 

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Golden Age auction highlights include two high-grade Gaines File Copies, a Crime SuspenStories #22 9.4 $90,112, and a Mad #1 9.8 $81,000, Venus #19 8.5 $76,000, Detective Comics #34 8.0 $20,000, Pep Comics #22 3.0 R $29,000, and Vault of Horror #12 9.0 $31,280. 


Silver, Bronze, and Modern: Amazing Fantasy #15 6.5 $91,355, Ultimate Fallout #4 9.8 (Variant) $34,755, Tales to Astonish #44 9.6 $56,478, Amazing Spider-Man #1 6.5 $25,875, and Tomb of Dracula #10 9.8 $29,902.


Art highlights: Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up #2 by Gil Kane $64,400, Al Milgrom’s fantastic cover to Marvel Team-Up #61 featuring Spider-Man and the Human Torch, $40,250, Amazing Spider-Man #311 page 6 by McFarlane $38,525, page 6 from Defenders #10 by Sal Buscema $24,150, a Russ Manning Star Wars Sunday with the first strip appearance of Boba Fett $20,125.


In the video game auction, the Nintendo World Championship collection broke $80,000 as the Grey Cart totaled $57,500, the Semi-Finals Cup $8,165, the Seattle Tombstone Plaque $5,980, and the duffle bag $4,715.


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Nostalgia reigns supreme for video tape collectors with Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure 9.0 hitting $6,210, Saturday Night Fever 8.5 $4,600, Sleepaway Camp 75 $2,128, and who can forget Debbie Does Dallas 8.0 $1,438.

“If you’re looking to add to your investment collectibles portfolio, our Mega Monthly auction begins April 10, and Event Auction #54 mid-May,” Zurzolo concluded. “Please call us at 888-779-7377 for assistance with buying or selling collectibles.”


For additional information on how ComicConnect auctions work, please click here.

ComicConnect consignors are eligible to receive interest-free, no-fee cash advances towards the sale of their collections. Call or email ComicConnect’s Director of Consignments, Rob Reynolds, at, or (Toll Free) 888-779-7377 for immediate assistance with their collection.

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