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"If there is a hard-to-find comic I'm looking for, it eventually shows up at Metropolis."
- Brett B., Kentucky
The Metropolis Survey
While it is true that Silver Age Marvels continue to sizzle in the market, I have found Golden Age to be where it's at!

Our top sales over the last few months have included many of the usual suspects like Amazing Fantasy #15, Journey into Mystery #83, Incredible Hulk #1 and Amazing Spider-Man. However rounding out the top of the heap are books likes Human Torch #2 (#1), Superman #14, early Batmans, Flash #1 and Archie #1. Pedigrees I see hitting new heights are Larson, Edgar Church, Winnepeg and comics from the Curator collection.

Amazing Spider-Man, Action (50s-60s), Adventure (50s-60s), Batman, Detective, Avengers are titles that have sold very well lately. You would probably expect those titles, but here are several that are not always on the best selling title lists: Challengers of the Unknown, Crazy magazine, Hawkman, Mad, Peter Panda, Popular, Rip Hunter, Vampire Tales Magazine and Vault of Evil.

The most important thing to note from this report is that the market is thriving and the diversity of material that fans are excited about is growing. Hey, I love Spidey too, but it is nice to see people reading, collecting, and investing in Peter Panda and 1970's Magazines.

Sincerely,

Vincent Zurzolo, Jr.
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