Looking for some ballpark numbers on how much you might get for a complete set of all Heroclix (REV's + all Uniques) from Infinity Challenge to Fantastic Forces? Probably an assorted lot of High End LE's included like: Victor Creed, Dr Doom, Bruce Banner and Silver Surfer. Thanks for any help here gang!
This is the advice I will offer you.
Infinity Challenge is an old set, and since the majority of figures were reprinted in Universe, the base is relatively worthless. I would except 50 dollars low end and 80 dollars high for this set. Sell the LEs seperate from the set. You will bank much more this way.
Clobberin' Time is probably the second priciest set to date, second only to Legacy. Certain pieces of the REV set fetch a nice price, such as the REV Invisible Woman, REV Blastaar and REV Dr. Doom. The unqiues are pretty sought after, too. Nightcrawler fetches the highest, with Spiral, Nick Fury and Super Skrull fetching mid. Even the lowest ones (Titania, Medusa) still fetch upwards of ten bucks to this day. Selling it as a complete set should yield you bare minimum 175 dollars, but you could be looking at 200 for the high end.
Xplosion suffers from the same thing that IC does in that a good portion was reprinted, but the uniques are still hard to come by. The only thing about this is the uniques aren't really worthwhile. Phoenix and Hulk tend to run about 15 bucks, and a few others flutter around there, but the bottom pieces (Leader, Green Goblin, Lady Deathstrike, Weapon X) barely fetch you five bucks these days. A complete set will probably hand you around 80-100.
Critical Mass wasn't a fan favorite by any means. Most people hated this set because of the sheer level of obscurity. That being said, the set is still worth something. Yielding a heavy hitter fan favorite, Silver Surfer (35-40) drives the value up a bit, and a few of the other heavy hitters can bring in close to 20 if you're lucky. The rest all seem to top out at 8-10 bucks (Sersi). Only a handful of LEs from this set will fetch a mint (Dr. Karla Sofen, Rupert, Alex O'Hirn) but I still suggest you sell them individually. The complete set sans the LEs should fetch you 100 low end, and 150 high end.
Ultimates is another pricey set, but not as high as Clobberin' Time. The main value driver here is the unqiues. It's actually almost worth it to try to sell them individually. Thor sells on average for 35, Hulk for 20, Iron Man and Carnage for 25... even Mr. Sinister still commands around a 10 dollar price tag. PArticular REV sets will bring in some money, like Captain America and Sabretooth, but I suggest you try to sell the REVs as a whole unit. You would probably get about 40-50 out of it that way... whereas with singles, you most likely won't move Anaconda or Princess Python. The LEs aren't worth that much (Justice Is Served! and Frank Castle are the highest), so selling them as a lot together could yeild you something, but you will probably break even on them either way.
Mutant Mayhem was numerous... beyond numerous, really. The uniques are rather sub-par price-wise, too. Count Nefaria and Gladiator fetch the most, but they barely reach 20 bucks now. None of the REVs will fetch much of anything, though places like Ebay tend to overvalue him. 100-120 bucks is reasonable.
Fantastic Forces is the current buzz set for Marvel fans as most still do not have Armor Wars. I haven't done much research on it, though. It's still rather new. I'm sorry, but I feel I'll be of no help here.
Hypertime had cases selling for 20-40 bucks recently. You'd be lucky to get more than 50 for a full set of this. The LEs are negligible at best. Ted Kord and Michael Jon Carter are the only two who break the single digits, and that's my fancy way of saying 10-15 bucks each.
Cosmic Justice was another set that was beloved by many, and it boasts some of the more powerful uniques to ever appear in Heroclix, even by today's standards. Despero, Martian Manhunter, SoD Superman and Amazo still bring in well over 20 bucks apiece, and a few of the others are respectable at around 10-15 (Vampire Batman, Eclipso). The rest are pretty much 5-10 with emphasis on the 5 (Catgirl, Batgirl, Lex Luthor). I would think 120 would be an average price for this set, with 100 being low end and 140 being high.
Unleashed... you want to talk about a heavy seller? Heh, most of the high price comes from the uniques. KC Superman still commands 40+ to this day. Factor in Magog's average of 20 and Wonder Woman's average of 18, and you're looking at 3 pieces that are worth more than all of Hypertime. The Hal Jordan Lantern REV set brings in over 10 by itself, and Black Adam is still highly sought after. 150 is probably a fair price for all of these, with 130 being low end and 170 being high.
Legacy outdoes Unleashed only because we get 4 pieces that everyone had to have... and then you factor in the seriously limited supply of the set and you have an instant high price set. Ares brings in around 35 bucks still (unless you're a good Ebay sniper and snag him for 20 bucks*Iknowwhoyouare* :p ). Flash will bring about the same, but he also tends to get up over 40. KC Lantern rivals Superman with his "Mightier than Thou" price tag of around 45. Some of the others can bring as much as 20 on their own (Wonder Woman, Prometheus) and Oracle tends to regularly fetch 25. If you get less than 200 bucks for this set (Cards included in the sale) I would think you let it go for low end.
Icons, see Fantastic Forces.
I hope this helps. I seriously recommend that you sell the LEs individually.
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