And where do you think it’ll be another year from now?
I think it’s cooled with other stuff getting hot. It’ll heat back up once the new animated flick finally comes out or go nuclear when a live action Miles happens.
collectible are the first thing people stop buying and start selling in a downturn, im watching housing market in dec-jan, if it starts to go down than prices for comics will tumble short term as well
It has fallen because people are no longer getting paid a ton of money to stay home and not work + inflation means less frivolous spending as necessities now cost a lot more.
Yeah, I agree with Lord Bitterbaum on this one. And since we’re speaking about the state of the economy, whatever happened to the two guys who were arguing about being in a recession over and over and over and over again?
I sold 5 comics in the last 48rs $15-$30 little books but better than the whole last week.
Miles was way overpriced for the amount of copies out there should of never eclipsed eosv #2. I blame Dinesh for pushing the price up by buying those 1:25 for insane amounts.
Its like the most specced on and invested book of the last decade. Everyone and their mom flexing their 30 copies and being like BUY MILES BUY MILES MILES IS STRAIGHT TO THE MOOOOON and yet no real indication hes even coming soon. Not that im knocking miles cause he is a cool character and will be coming but I think people were spending way too much when there wasnt really any proof or info he was coming
I know Dinesh bought the OA for the UF4 regular cover, but he was buying up the 1:25 comics too?
Yes he bought the newsstands of the 1:25s one copy from a forum member even.
yeah for like $10k or something and then sold it for double
Just so we know what we’re talking to. Here’s some data/trends as provided by gocollect.
Chart is for a 9.6 grade. Looks like it’s back to March of 2021.
Dinesh is proving to be bad for this industry, it’s him just manipulating the market for his own gains… ■■■■ him and his bad ideas!
So he bought one copy?
People should realize that when they show their massive amounts of this book stockpiled, sitting in short boxes ungraded/polybagged, it doesn’t exactly make me want to clamor to pay top dollar for it.
It’s a good book, no doubt…but imo, not worthy of the inflated price tag given the amounts of it out there.
Miles is a whole younger generation’s Spider-Man. Once they reach their mid 30-40’s with disposable income, they will all want this book. Until then, there will be ebbs and flows with price…but its true value has yet to be reached.
Because Miles isn’t seen as the real Spider man.
cause everyone is buying black panther #3 instead the next miles
Honestly, I still think this book is overpriced due to the following:
Book is not rare given given that this book probably has close to 91K 1st print run ( Bagley 1st Printing :
Around 91,600 copies). According to comicchron: Figuring leftovers in November not accounted for by the August adjustment, figure that the total number of North American copies, reprints included, is around 150,000 copies . (Comichron FAQ: How many copies of Ultimate Fallout #4 exist?)
CGC 9.8 has more than 3500K and keep going up.
- Honestly what has Miles Morales done? Any epic or iconic stories? (BIAS from me). One great movie can justify his meteoric rise (Same goes with Spider-Gwen)? Least Venom (For me, maybe < 5 memorable stories) has 30 years to fester before it blew up. LOL
Base on my feedback and data provided. I mean his 1st App should be VALUABLE but at 2-3K or more? Especially now. It maybe too soon for this book to worth this much.
If there are something else of significance that I missed, please do let me know.
When I talk to the kids my wife teaches about superheroes a lot of them think of Miles first when they think of Spidey. Peter Parker is the, “Old guy Spider-Man,” and Miles is the, “Real,” Spider-Man. Purely anecdotal evidence, but there you go.