Series Comic #Hulk181

Series Comic #Hulk181

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June 24, 2022
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April 30, 2021
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StartEngine Collectibles brings you an opportunity to diversify your portfolio with Incredible Hulk #181, Marvel Comics, November 1974, CGC 9.8. Please note Owner’s Bonus members have priority for this investment for the first 7 days.

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Recent Comparable Sales: On September 8, 2022 another Hulk #181 with the same 9.8 grade from CGC sold at Heritage Auctions for $138,000, including the Buyer’s Premium. StartEngine Collectibles purchased the same book, with the same grade, back in March of 2022 and currently has the offering listed at $100,800.

History: As one of the most recognizable members of the X-men, Wolverine has been depicted in numerous animated shows and films over the last 20 years. Most notably portrayed by Oscar-nominated actor Hugh Jackman, the character has played an important role in the Marvel cinematic universe. When creating this issue of Incredible Hulk #181 writer Len Wein took what was originally intended to be an ancillary character and produced a legacy superhero. The iconic cover was illustrated by Herb Trimpe, who also drew the art that accompanied Len Wein's story.

Rarity: The current example is a Near Mint / Mint, 9.8 copy of this issue, as graded by CGC (Certified Guaranty Company). There is only one known copy in better condition, a 9.9 copy, making this 9.8 copy rare.
Amount Raised : $25,672
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