Friday, 3 January 2020

Overstreet Guide (Dave's Weekly Update #320)

Hi, Everybody!


Wait, did Dave say this was for January seventeenth?


The Varking Dead

And Friend to the Blog, Greg Hyland is running the next volume of The Monster Atlas on Kickstarter.

Next Time: Dis Shit:
Click to see in bigger. (This is the preliminary, I still had to add Iguana and a background.)


Birdsong said...

As I commented on YouTube, Iron Fist #14 is the first appearance of Sabretooth by Claremont & Byrne. The book wasn't selling well and despite having the X-Men appear in the next issue it was canceled. I'm willing to bet it had a low print run and that has affected the price. As I also said on YouTube, I used to have a copy. DAMMIT.

Jeff said...

Well, if the assigned value of a CEREBUS #1 had increased, mathematically-speaking, by 10% since last year, then the assigned value (at, I assume), 9.2, would be $3,190.

Some of us pay attention, Dave.

Nevertheless, good on yer, Dave!

Steve said...

With both the Star Wars and Iron Fist issue, the key thing is the low print run of, as Dave mentions reading from the Guide, "the 35 cent price variant".

Marvel printed some titles with this price as a trial, but in a small percentage to the whole print run.

And I'm surprised Cerebus #1 beats out Albedo #2, the first appearance of Usagi Yojimbo - a character that continues in popularity, rather than (as has been mentioned here before) the trend for Cerebus.