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If you could get one or two reasonably priced comics signed by Stan Lee what would you have signed.

Asked by Unclepepsi (900points) June 5th, 2012

My friend and I have a chance to meet the legend. My friend has no comics and wants to buy a few for Stan to sign, he does not want to spend a lot though. Any suggestions?

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King_Pariah's avatar

Frankly, the old ones are probably the best to get signed and those tend to be pricey.

However, a cheaper classic is the Secret Wars series. The trouble is finding them…

Otherwise, any Marvel comic that he likes is perfectly fine.

Imadethisupwithnoforethought's avatar

The cheapest one I can think of that would still be cool would be to pick up a hardbound Marvel Encyclopedia. I think they run 20–25 bucks. I can’t think of anything cool that would be that cheap.

AngryWhiteMale's avatar

Depends on how much your friend is willing to spend. While I agree with @King_Pariah that the coolest (and ultimately most valuable) would be a really old comic, the best thing would probably be to buy a hardbound anthology and have him sign that. Hardback books last a wee bit longer than other types of printed materials.

filmfann's avatar

Have him buy two of the hardbound books (Iron man!), then he can sell one afterwards.
He will have doubled his money (at least) and still have one.

unused_bagels's avatar

My Essential Iron Man trade paperback, just because it’s delightfully old skool.

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