December ’21 CBCS Market Watch

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December 2021 has come and gone and it’s time to take a look at the five highest reported auctions of CBCS books. Not surprising at all, but most of these books are from Marvel and they have a strong Spider-Man presence. With that being said, let’s swing right into the December ’21 CBCS Market Watch.

CBCS 9.8 New Mutants #98

Sold – December 8th, 2021
Realized Amount – $4,551
Total Pop Report – 1344
Total 9.8s – 131
Market Cap -$596,181
Current Number of CBCS Copies Avalable – 32

December '21 CBCS Market Watch

CBCS 9.4 Amazing Spider-Man #129

Sold – December 24th, 2021
Realized Amount – $4,350
Total Pop Report – 1081
Total 9.4s – 30
Market Cap -$130,500
Current Number of CBCS Copies Avalable – 26

CBCS 9.8 Ultimate Fallout #4

Sold – December 26th, 2021
Realized Amount – $2,375
Total Pop Report – 891
Total 9.8s – 140
Market Cap -$332,500
Current Number of CBCS Copies Avalable – 28

December '21 CBCS Market Watch

CBCS 2.5 Incredible Hulk #181

Sold – December 19th, 2021
Realized Amount – $2,325
Total Pop Report – 1009
Total 2.5s – 46
Market Cap -$106,950
Current Number of CBCS Copies Avalable – 16

CBCS 8.5 Flash 139

Sold – December 25th, 2021
Realized Amount – $1,934
Total Pop Report – 109
Total 8.5s – 2
Market Cap -$3,868
Current Number of CBCS Copies Avalable – 0

December '21 CBCS Market Watch

As I mentioned above, the December ’21 CBCS Market Watch report is heavy on Marvel books. However, that isn’t surprising at all given the release of Spider-Man and the series finale of Hawkeye last month. Still, the refreshing presence of The Flash in the final spot is something to celebrate. With Peacemaker set to release next week, The Batman on the way, and other DC projects in the works, hopefully, more DC books will make the cut.

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Eric Norton

Eric has been collecting cards since he was seven, buying singles with his allowance from the lone card shop in his hometown of Springtown, TX. Currently, Eric’s collecting interest revolve around picking up cards he had in his childhood that he let go of at some point, and Seattle Mariners third basemen, Kyle Seager.

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