This is a useful tool for both buyers and sellers. It provides prices for most comics based on the specific issue and comic grade. It also provides images of the comic book covers, so it is easy to see exactly which variation is which. Sometimes, sellers will list the wrong year in their titles. This sometimes happens when they use the copywrite date printed on the bottom of the first page. The copywrite date is not always the same as the year the comic was printed. Sometimes comics will have a copywrite from the 1950s, but were re-issued in the 1970s. So, it is possible that a seller will include the wrong year in their title, which may lead the buyer into thinking they are buying a rare Golden Age comic in FINE condition for $6.00, when they are actually getting a newer issue - which they could have purchased for a couple of dollars from another seller. Hey, things happens. Sellers need to make sure that their titles and descriptions are accurate. Buyers should do a little research before making their purchases. If a buyer is in doubt or questions the accuracy of an item description, ask the seller.
RAWHIDE KID (1955-1979) by Marvel Comics.
From the picture, it is obvious that #129,
which costs $0.25, is not from 1955.
In 1955, comics costs $0.10.
Comics Price Guide lets you easily compare your comics to their database and price guide.
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