Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide

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Random House Information Group, May 1, 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 1112 pages
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The undisputed authority for collectors, this guide offera the most complete record of existing comic books from the 1800s to the present—indexed, illustrated, and priced according to condition.

• Latest pricing information on comic books, graphic novels, and Big Little books
• Tips on buying, selling, grading, and restoration
• Current market trends and an up-to-date directory of comic book fan Web sites
• A directory of comic book artists, and schedules for major comic book conventions like the Wondercon in San Francisco, the Pittsburgh Comic-Con, and the Comic-Con in San Diego

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Contents

Listings 281 Main Listings Section
422
PROMOTIONAL COMICS 301 Classic ComicsClassics Illustrated
517
MARKET REPORT 2005 72 Promotional Comics Listings 305
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The Overstreet Advisors THE PIONEER AGE 332
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Key Comics Solid in 2005 129 By Eric C Caren
1022
Copper Age 142 REVISITED RENEWED
1041
Horror 144 Gene Gonzales 384 By Stephen Barrington
1048
SciFi 144 THE GOLDEN AGE AND BEYOND
1058
Western 144 By Robert L Beerbohm
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PRICE GUIDE LISTINGS Gene Gonzales 414
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About the author (2006)

Robert M. Overstreet is the unchallenged expert in the comic book industry. He set the standard in 1970 with the first comic book price guide and continues to reign as the field leader. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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