Invest In Comics

The stock markets are all but up in flames, banks closing, governments panicing, old people stuffing their mattresses with fives. The world is coming to an end as we know it. How do you invest in something when values are dropping like leaves in Fall. Well apparently that isn't the case all around and those old comics at the back of the bottom longbox buried in your attic, may just be the answer to your money worries.

Action Comics #1, Detective Comics #27, Marvel Comics #1 together you have some of the most important comics of all time...you also, have a huge wedge of cash. The collective value for these comics is over $4.5 million that's over £2.5 million in real money! For that kind of cash you could just about afford every single Marvel variant cover for the rest of the year and still have enough to pay Grant Morrison to explain Batman and Final Crisis for you.

The value of classic comics is increasing at a rapid rate and honestly, it's no wonder, what with the numerous comic book movies coming out and comics hitting the shelves weekly with less of a geeky taboo surrounding them as celebrities are seen with comics and speaking out about their fandom.

So remember, comics aren't just for Christmas, BAG AND BOARD. We're not animals.

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