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  1. Looks to be at a solid $50 now. https://www.ebay.com/itm/All-New-Marvel-Now-Point-One-1A-2014/202311062438?epid=1828665334&hash=item2f1aadd3a6:g:3KkAAOSwz09aob9T
  2. That might explain why this book is climbing. https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=all+new+marvel+now+point+one+1&_sacat=0&LH_TitleDesc=0&_fsrp=1&_sop=13&LH_TitleDesc=0&LH_Sold=1&LH_Complete=1
  3. Literally down to the last 3 books needed to complete the collection. Just need 606, 607 and 654. Any grade, raw. Just looking for a reasonable price. PM me with any offers. Thanks
  4. Hey guys down to the final few I need to finish my sets. Just need the following: Amazing Spider-Man 568-571, 573, 601, 606, 607, 611, 625, 629-630, 692, 695. The condition doesn't matter. I just want the books to be as cheap as possible and sold in lots if possible
  5. Just a few books left to finish these runs: X-Men 6, 201 Fantastic Four 3, 15 Avengers 5, 12, 116, 119, 166, 200 Thor 193 I'm hoping for lower grade, ungraded copies that are affordable and are complete (especially on the expensive stuff). EDIT: Also looking for these following modern books. Alot of them are available for about $2 each on mycomicshop.com, but I want to see if I can get them for maybe $1 each since they're books that people mostly put in their dollar bins. I honestly would like to buy these books in larger quantities to save on shipping. Any help would be appreciated. Amazing Spider-Man 435, (v2) 31, 32, 597-572, 583-700 (probably have to pay $2-3 each for these, not counting keys). X-Men 353, 367, 388, 389, 416, 417, 418, 421-428 Daredevil 148, 149, 362 Iron Man 91, 195, 317, 332 (v3) 9, 11, 13-16, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 27, 29, 35 (v4) 5, (v5) 2, 4, 8, 10, 19, 21, 22, 24 Thor 470, 483, 489, 494, (v2) 12, 21, 22, 29, 32 Avengers (v2) 22, 33, New Avengers (2010) 16-34 Fantastic Four 416 (v3) 15, 16, 30, 32, 37, 38, 39, 41, 543, 573, 575, 577, 578, 583-585, 588, 606-611, 642, 644, 645 Cap (v2) 6 (v3) 12, 20, 21, 24, 25 (v4) 29, (v5) 4, 31, 32 Please pm me with offers.
  6. Does it help with TAT when you fill out an online form? It seems to automatically go to verified when they receive it.
  7. I don't read too much manga anymore, but based on what I've seen and read, alot of manga/anime storylines involve younger characters, which probably appeals to a younger crowd. They may read now, but that can change as they get older. I used to be into anime and manga alittle from my teenage years to my early 20s, but couldn't relate to it as I got older. I got tired of teenagers saving the world from/using giant robots.
  8. It looks like they're slowing down again. Ordinarily I wouldn't say anything, but the price increase was supposed to keep things on pace due to them hiring new employees.
  9. Does anything else think that a good chunk of the Murder Incorporated series is super cheap right now? It is a Fox Features title and has some great covers, but most issues can be had for under $100.
  10. Did he end up selling that? I know he had like 20 offers on it, but looked to have literally bought it to show off. He was definitely a mess. Some prices were whacky high and some were wacky low.
  11. If you feel like the person is asking too much or isn't going to be reasonable, then you just tell them "I'm sorry but I don't want to insult you". Or tell them, you're just going to be too far apart on price. If they insist on an offer, then give them one. The worst situations are always when the seller says to make an offer. Usually that is a red flag that they want crazy money (sometimes the opposite however) and you're probably going to offend them with the offer, even if they say they won't be offended. Of course, you always want to give it some kind of effort to buy the books. In most likely, you're going to deal with 2 situations. 1. You explain to them what the comics are worth (use eBay and Overstreet if needed) and they might be cool and actually listen to reason. Don't use Overstreet for newer comics, it shows a minimum value of $2-3 for most comics, which makes people think that their 90s comics are worth that, when most are barely worth 50 cents. 2. You will tell the person that the comics aren't worth that much and you can rant for about 20-30 minutes about why they aren't, giving various examples and resources, but they won't listen and no matter what you say they don't want to hear it. This one is alot more likely. When people tell me how "old" the comics are, I usually use the analogy of relating it to a person's age. Someone born in the 90s or even 80s isn't all that old. Someone born the 70s is alittle older but not really old. Someone in the 60s is alittler older, but not super old. Most people will agree that someone born in the 30s and 40s is actually old. No offense to our older boardies. I find that sometimes when you engage in small talk with a person prior to making an offer, it can help them feel easier and build a trust with you, so when you do actually tell them what the books are worth, they won't be offended and might actually sell them to you. I got someone to sell me a Hulk 181 and ASM 129 for very reasonable prices a couple of weeks ago after alot of small talk. This same person thought Conan #1 was worth $7000.