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Monday, June 3, 2013

Amazing Spider-Man #129 Value

If there's a bronze age key issue comic that's one of the most in-demand comics from that era, Amazing Spider-Man #129, the first appearance of The Punisher, should be one of them! Then again, I am a big fan so I'm biased here.

Created by writer Gerry Conway and artists John Romita, Sr., and Ross Andru, Marvel's most popular, non-compromising and vicious vigilante was christened by Stan "The Man" Lee himself. The first appearance of the Jackal also shares this issue with The Punisher.

Since The Punisher entered the pages of Marvel Comics, there's no doubt that his popularity has taken off along with the Amazing Spider-Man #129 value. Throughout the decades, the first appearance of Punisher has gone up steadily, as we shall soon see.

Overstreet 1982-83 Guide 12th Edition:

Fine: $1.00
Good: .35 cents

Overstreet 1990-91 Guide 20th Edition:

Near Mint (9.4): $185
Fine: $79
Good: $25

Overstreet 2002-03 Guide 33rd Edition:

Near Mint (9.4): $260
Very Fine: $145
Fine: $60
 Very Good: $40
Good: $20

Overstreet 2012-13 Guide 42nd Edition: 
Near Mint (low 9.2): $950
Very Fine: $285
Fine: $114
 Very Good: $76
Good: $38

Overstreet 2016-17 Guide 46th Edition: 
Near Mint (low 9.2): $1200
Very Fine: $600
Fine: $360
 Very Good: $240
Good: $120

We can get quite a glimpse from just some of the data above concerning the Amazing Spider-Man #129 value over the decades. All in all, as I've been expressing, this is not a key bronze age issue you want to keep holding off getting
That would be a mistake. 

Just like it was a mistake passing Amazing Spider-Man #129 up during the 80s, then the 90s, the 2000s, and 2010s. 

UPDATE: With the Punisher Netflix TV series in the works and filming, this comic has risen in demand since I first whipped up this post back in 2013.

Looking for key issue Spider-Man comics to get? Be sure to check out my ultimate list of Spider-Man comics to get and invest in.

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