Pamphlets from past 2 decades have little monetary value
Towards the end of this, they say:
Still, he maintained , "comic books tend to be a pretty good investment if you time it correctly and buy and hold." So, what would he most like to see come in the door? A Superman No. 1 or most any comics from 1945-1965.Not everyone. A book as moot and laughable as that's become is not one I want to own, and I'm glad I don't. The whole story of killing off the Man of Steel was done for little more than publicity stunts, and was nothing more than an insult to Superfans. That's one book we certainly don't need to invest in.
But there's one book he does not want: The Death of Superman.
"No one is going to retire on Death of Superman," he said.
"When it went on sale 17 years ago, everyone bought it and thought they had a gold mine."
Now, he said, "Everyone who wanted a copy has one."