Post by Joe Magnet on Sept 14, 2015 23:06:35 GMT -5
I was putting soda in my (mini)refrigerator and for the first time in my life looked through the basket of magazines on top of it and found some Spider-Man comics. They are Issues 1-12 of what seems like the original comic series. However they don't feel like regular comics, rather, they feel like newspaper. They have a 196?-2006 copyright thing on them also. My question is, were the comics from the '60s a more newpaper-y feeling (and subsequently these are worth any money) or are these just rereleases and not worth anything?
Last Edit: Sept 14, 2015 23:06:57 GMT -5 by Joe Magnet
Post by poindizzle on Sept 27, 2015 15:29:13 GMT -5
The 60's ones do not have that feel, they are a much thicker paper stock.
The 2006 ones were Sunday Paper inserts, and could maybe grab a buck or two. They're unfortunately not even sought after for reading since you can get the Marvel Masterpieces or the Epic Collection paperbacks and read them in chronological order at a reasonable price.