Help me with a comic value question?

Dancanread

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So I just read my Action comics #845 today (The Son of Krypton arc by R. Donner with Bizzaro), and discovered the pages were printed out of order. Does this increase the comic's value, decrease it, or does it make no difference?
 

ProjectX2

Don't expect me to take you with me when I go to s
I'm going to guess it makes no difference, as these kind of printing errors happen all the time.
 

Friday

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So I just read my Action comics #845 today (The Son of Krypton arc by R. Donner with Bizzaro), and discovered the pages were printed out of order. Does this increase the comic's value, decrease it, or does it make no difference?

Unless you find the rare crazy guy that collects the misprints its pretty much worthless.
 

SSJmole

Face-Punching As Foreign Policy
So I just read my Action comics #845 today (The Son of Krypton arc by R. Donner with Bizzaro), and discovered the pages were printed out of order. Does this increase the comic's value, decrease it, or does it make no difference?

I thought it would be worth more. like a variable
 

Friday

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ATTENTION: RARE CRAZY GUYS.... have i got a deal for you.

cool. thanks.

If you find one send him my way. I've got a Swamp thing from Millars run where they just printed the first half twice. It kinda bugs me since it breaks up my otherwise full run.
 

Random

Didn't **** any of those *****es
Also if in the unlikely future that, that issue becomes a rare classic
 

Dancanread

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upon reexamination i've discovered it's not so much that it was printed improperly, it's just that the order of the pages were inserted and stapled wrong, which i guess just makes it worthless..er.
 
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ourchair

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upon reexamination i've discovered it's not so much that it was printed improperly, it's just that the order of the pages were inserted and stapled wrong, which i guess just makes it worthless..er.
How is that error somehow less 'valuable' than printing error? Is printing improperly inherently more valuable than a staple error?

Not that I think that any kind of error makes a comic a much more valuable commodity, but if it was, what's the 'value' difference?
 

ProjectX2

Don't expect me to take you with me when I go to s
How is that error somehow less 'valuable' than printing error? Is printing improperly inherently more valuable than a staple error?

Not that I think that any kind of error makes a comic a much more valuable commodity, but if it was, what's the 'value' difference?

Babes.
 

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