Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide

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Random House Information Group, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 960 pages
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"'The bible for all comic book collectors' is not an exaggeration for this dependable guide...an indispensable part of any comic book collector's library [and] a standard reference that has stood the test of time." -- "Maine Antique Digest
"The Official(R) Overstreet(R) Comic Book Price Guide is the one-volume, professional sourcebook for America's most popular collectible which no comic book collector or investor can afford to be without. This incredible 33rd edition brings you more information than ever before, including:
LATEST PRICING INFORMATION
From the early 1800s to the present, this is the most comprehensive resource of comic books and graphic novels, listed alphabetically by title, illustrated, and priced according to its condition. No other guide provides a more complete record of existing comic books and their prices.
MARKET TRENDS AND INSIDERS' TIPS
With the renowned Overstreet Market Report by Robert M. Overstreet, which also includes many important tips from other experts in the comic book industry, this guide contains all the current information that is circulating throughout this hot collecting area. You will find the latest titles, the strongest demands, the most valuable issues, and the newest finds in old comics.
BUYING AND SELLING KNOW HOW
Packed with essential information on grading, collecting and restoration of comic books, this book gives you everything you need to build and maintain a substantial comic book collection.
FABULOUS PHOTOS
More than 1,500 black and white photos of those unforgettable covers -- "plus the celebrated all-color Cover Gallery of your favorite comic books throughout the ages -- fill the book.

SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLES
* X-Men 2 -- Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the X-Men
* The debut of the Sub-Mariner
* The Original Super-Team - The Justice Society of America
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Robert M. Overstreet lives with his wife, Carol, outside of Baltimore, Maryland.

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