Posted by D_Martin on February 1, 2013 at 04:33 AM CST
Yeah, we know, the 35 version of the Marvel Comics Star Wars #1 saw a print run of about 1,500 copies (so we hear), but how much would you pay for a copy you couldn't read? We'd likely all agree that 'nothing' is the exact price we'd pay for a cool comic we couldn't read but that wouldn't stop some sellers from going for broke. Click this link to see the auction for a rare but insanely over-priced funny book. If we had a hashtag for auctions like this, it would be #ComicsAreForReadingNotForGrading, but we don't so just click the above link to see for yourself.
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