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Today, we’re covering investment opportunities for Special Marvel Edition #15 CGC 9.8:
- Special Marvel Edition #15 CGC 9.8 IPO’ing on Otis
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Special Marvel Edition #15 CGC 9.8
About the asset
This is a CGC 9.8 graded copy of Special Marvel Edition #15 graded 9.8. It’s one of 107 copies with this maximum grade.
This comic is the start of Master of Kung Fu; it’s also the origin and first appearances of Nayland Smith & Dr. Petri.
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About the drop
This asset will drop on Otis 10th August at noon EST with a market cap of $16,500 and $0 retained equity.
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Shang-Chi, AKA the Master of Kung Fu is a superhero in the Marvel Universe. He had his own standalone comics series from 1973 (when this copy debuted) up until 1983. He the son of fictional villian Fu Manchu.
The comic became very popular in the 1970s during America’s martial arts craze (Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon, The Way of the Dragon, and Fist of Fury were released in 1973, 1972, and 1972, respectively).
Shang-Chi doesn’t have any supernatural powers, but he is recognised as the best open-hand martial artist alive, and he’s been sought out as a teacher for Captain America, Spider-Man, and Wolverine.
He gets his first feature film debut this year in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. It’s the first Marvel film featuring an asian-decent lead.
It, uh doesn’t look great if I’m honest. Reviews aren’t out yet, but keep an eye on Rotten Tomatoes.
Recent sales history and Valuation
Inferred value is $14k to $17k