Creepy #107 $1.75 Variant Value
From: The 2022 CPV Price Guide for Canadian Price Variants (Type 1A) by Bill Alexander, Tim Bildhauser, Paul Clairmont, Jay Halstead, Jon McClure, Benjamin Nobel, Conan Saunders, Doug Sulipa, and Angelo Virone [ introduction, table of contents, all titles, other price guide editions]
|9.2||Near Mint -||$30
|9.0||Very Fine / Near Mint||$26
|Creepy #107 $1.75 Cover Price Variant, Warren, 5/1979, Published in the USA
Creepy #107 $1.75 Canadian Price Variant Issue Notes:
Doug notes: 5/1979; 76 Pages including Covers; Painted Cover by Romas Kukalis; SCIENCE FICTION Theme Special Issue; The Rubicon = story by Budd Lewis with art by Pepe Moreno; Family Ties = story by Bruce Jones with art by Val Mayerik; The World from Rough Stones = story by Jean Michel Martin with art by Joe Vaultz; Stainless Steel Savior = story by Len Wein with art by Leopoldo Duranona; Quirks = story by Bob Toomey, with art by Walt Simonson, and Terry Austin; Mindquake = story by Alabaster Redzone (pseudonym of Jim Stenstrum) with art by Garcia Pizarro.
CGC label note: Romas Kukalis cover.
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Creepy #107 Comic Book FAQ
What is the value of Creepy #107?
I have a copy of Creepy #107 and I want to know what this comic book is worth in different grades as a first printing?
The answer depends on whether you own a Type 1A cover price variant copy, or just a regular/plain copy of Creepy #107. If you own a price variant, lucky you, it is worth $30 in 9.2 (Near Mint Minus).
Check the cover price of your copy of Creepy #107, and if it is $1.75 then congratulations, you own the more-rare cover price variant type which has a higher value. If not, then you own the regular type which has a lower value.
The higher the grade, i.e. the better the condition, the stronger the value. Our guide only goes as high as 9.2 (Near Mint-), with values for Creepy #107 listed in various grades shown on this page down to 2.0 (Good).
What is Creepy #107 worth in VF/NM condition?
The regular cover price version is worth about $16 in VF/NM whereas the $1.75 variants are worth $26.
Why are the Creepy #107 cover price variants worth so much more than the regular copies?
Among surviving copies of Creepy #107, the market area that received the $1.75 cover price copies was a restricted area representing less than 10% the population of the total North American comics market. That's because the destination market for $1.75 copies of Creepy #107 was Canada — hence the name Canadian Price Variant as a short-hand for $1.75 Price Variant. All of this adds up to a market value for the $1.75 variant approximately 62% higher than the regular copies in Very Fine / Near Mint condition (as of our 2022 CPV Price Guide Edition).
In VF condition, how much is Creepy #107 worth?
The regular cover price version version of Creepy #107 is worth about $13 in Very Fine (8.0) whereas the $1.75 variants are worth $21.
What is the value of Creepy #107 in Fine condition?
In FN (6.0) shape, the regular cover price version version of Creepy #107 is worth about $9 whereas the $1.75 variants are worth $15.
What is the approximate Creepy #107 value in very good condition?
Down in VG (4.0) Very Good condition, the regular cover price version version of Creepy #107 is worth about $6 whereas the $1.75 variants are worth $10.
What is the Creepy #107 price guide value in good condition?
The price guide value way down in GD (2.0) Good condition for Creepy #107 is about $3 for the regular cover price version version whereas the $1.75 variants are worth $5.
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