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Last week’s Event Auction #43 - our largest auction ever with over 3,100 lots – welcomed hundreds of new bidders who placed tens of thousands of bids on millions of dollars in comics, original comic art, movie props, video games, and CGC-certified concert posters. “Consignors have already reached out to thank our ComicConnect team for another week of record-setting sales,” stated Vincent Zurzolo, COO of the New York City auction house, “I’d like to thank every participant on both sides of the hammer, all of the bidders and consignors. This auction was some of the most fun I’ve had in a while.”

The auction featured the DC Premiere Collection, a carefully cultivated compilation of firsts and first appearances, the auction debut of screen-used movie props from blockbuster superhero films, plus CGC-certified concert posters whose consignor donated a portion of the proceeds to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina

“The investment comic market continues to prove that bidders are willing to blow past current records when presented with elite opportunities,” Zurzolo added. “As we add fresh components to our Event Auctions, with trading cards coming next, collectors will have improved options for diversifying their investment portfolios.”


Golden Age highlights include: Action Comics #23 CGC 5.5 $18,350, All-American Comics #61 CGC 7.0 $30,500, All Star Comics #8 CGC 4.0 $29,000, Detective Comics #35 CGC 3.0 $26,000More Fun Comics #73 CGC 5.5 $61,000, Sensation Comics #1 CGC 5.5 $45,000, Startling Comics #49 CGC 8.5 $23,500Superman #3 CGC 8.5 $22,011, Wonder Woman #6 CGC 9.4 $32,833, and Wonderworld Comics #3 CGC 9.4 $64,111.


Silver Age sales: Amazing Fantasy #15 CGC 4.0 $22,000, Amazing Spider-Man #1 CGC 7.5 $31,501, Fantastic Four #5 CGC 9.4 $84,667, Green Lantern #1 CGC 9.2 $19,000, and Incredible Hulk #1 CGC 8.5 R $21,550.


Movie Props: From the movie “Captain America: The First Avenger,” Cap’s Helmet $20,930 and his Shield for $20,355, Mjolnir from “Thor: The Dark World” $19,090, and Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth from “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” $19,090.


Original Comic Art sales were topped by: Swamp Thing #64 splash page by Stephen Bissette $11,400, X-O Manowar Promo by Joe Quesada $7,400, and a page by Joe Orlando from Daredevil #4 $10,000.

Video Games Double Dragon (NES) WATA 3.0 $7,500 and an Atari 2600 copy of Mario Bros WATA 8.5 sold for $1,500.

Event Auction #44 is already accepting consignments with copies of Batman #1 CGC 6.5 R and Captain America #1 CGC 5.0 R just added. “We’ve got another world-class auction lined up,” Zurzolo continued. “Whether buying or selling, our team is here to help you meet your investment goals.”


The auction results are as follows:

Session 1 (Posters, Props, Art, Pulps, Video Games, Comics: Abbott & Costello - Amazing Spider-Man #96) 



Consign to our next Event Auction and get an interest-free cash advance. Why wait until the auction? Get paid today. Contact the Director of Consignments, Rob Reynolds, at robr@comicconnect.com or call 888.779.7377.