What Archie comics are worth money?
15 Valuable Archie Comics That’ll Have You Searching Your Attic For Your Old Collection
- Pep Comics #22 (1941) Comic Vine.
- Jackpot Comics #4 (1942) Comic Vine.
- Pep Comics #26 (1942) Comic Vine.
- Pep Comics #36 (1940)
- Archie Comics #1 (1942)
- Early Archie issues.
- Pep Comics #41 (1943)
- Archie’s Girls, Betty & Veronica #1 (1950)
How much is the first Archie comic worth?
Archie’s Madhouse #1: First in Series. Minimum value: $?
How much are Betty and Veronica comics worth?
Value of Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica Comics #1-100. Record Sale: $? Minimum Value: $? Record Sale: $?
Are Archie comics still being made?
In December 2014, Archie Comics announced that its flagship series Archie would relaunch with a new first issue in July 2015. The new series would be a modern take on the Archie characters by writer Mark Waid and artist Fiona Staples, featuring serialized storylines.
Who wrote Archie comic books?
The company began in 1939 as MLJ Comics, which primarily published superhero comics. The initial Archie characters were created in 1941 by publisher John L. Goldwater and artist Bob Montana, in collaboration with writer Vic Bloom.
What is the most expensive comic book?
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An original copy of the Action Comics #1 that initially cost 10 cents and introduced Earth to Superman became the world’s most expensive comic book Sunday when it raked in $3.2 million on eBay.
How much is a Richie Rich comic worth?
Depending on their Condition they may be worth 1–8 dollars each. Depending on title and issue.
How old is Archie in the comics?
About 81 years (1939)
How many Archie comics have been published?
Archie was first introduced in comics in December 1941, and the company adopted the name of its flagship character in 1946. Today, Michael Silberkleit and Richard Goldwater provide millions of loyal fans across the country with more than 25 Archie Comics titles published each month.
How many issues of Archie comics are there?
Archie 3000! Four and five issues of limited series comics.
What comic is Jughead from?