Are old comic strips worth anything?

Are old comic strips worth anything?

Most comics that say 30c or higher on the cover are of later vintage and have limited value. As with most things, there are exceptions. There are some later comics that are “good!” Ones that feature first appearances of important characters, movie tie-ins, or art by popular artists can indeed be good.

What is the oldest comic strip still in print?

the The Katzenjammer Kids
The oldest known American comic strip that is still being published, and not in reruns, is the The Katzenjammer Kids, which started on December 12, 1897. Incidentally, two of the oldest strips are continued by the same cartoonist: Hy Eisman produces both Popeye and The Katzenjammer Kids.

What became a newspaper strip in 1985?

Calvin and Hobbes, American newspaper comic strip that ran from 1985 to 1995, chronicling the high jinks of Calvin, a six-year-old boy, and his pet tiger, Hobbes. Calvin and Hobbes was renowned for its vivid portrayal of a child’s imagination.

How much do old comics sell for?

What are the most valuable comic books?

Action Comics #1 (Superman) 9.0 $3.2 million
Amazing Fantasy #15 (Spider-Man) 9.6 $1.1 million
Detective Comics #27 (Batman) 8.0 $1.07 million
Batman #1 9.2 $850,000

How do I find the value of old comics?

A more realistic test for valuing a comic book is to look for what a similar issue it has sold for in the past. Auctions, such as eBay, are a great way to see how much people are willing to pay for a comic book. As with most collectibles, there are some auction websites that are better than others.

Are comic strips still popular?

Various cartoon strips have fallen by the wayside, yet some continue to thrive. Comics are still flourishing and are as popular as ever according to Guy Gilchrist, an award-winning cartoonist and author of the iconic “Nancy and Sluggo” comic strip.