Welcome back to this week's top pics from Heritage's weekly Sunday and Monday comic book auctions! Heritage holds weekly funny book auctions which feature key issues, overlooked comics, oddball memorabilia items, and more. If you're looking to beef up your collection, these auctions are a must! Here are my top picks for you to watch.

Darth Vader #3

In 2015 Darth Vader #3 introduced Doctor Aphra and her droids, Triple Zero and BT-1. A popular antihero, Aphra made such an impact in this issue that she got her own solo series. Since then she has become a popular character, with fans wondering when she'll finally make her live-action debut. Aphra has appeared in video games and even has her own action figures alongside her droids, so the appeal and fandom are certainly there.

This blue label CGC 9.8 with white pages is the best of the best. The current one-year average for this book in this grade is $343, while the fair market value is $280. This book has seen many highs and lows, but overall this is a worthwhile key to pick up. Interest has currently cooled, but Darth Vader #3 has the potential to be a big book in the future.

Ms. Marvel #18

Ms. Marvel #18 is a kay most of us are familiar with -- it's the first appearance of Mystique, the shapeshifting mutant known primarily from The X-Men. With mutants now a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe it may be only a matter of time before Mystique appears in a Disney+ or MCU property. This is a dynamic book to own as it also features The Scarlet Witch -- who recently turned the Multiverse on its head -- and Ms. Marvel. The Marvels is set to premiere later this year, so this book could see a slight bump in value.

This blue label CGC 9.4 with off-white to white pages still presents well. This high-graded copy could still be had at an affordable price. The one-year average on similarly graded books is $403, while the fair market value is $290. By comparison, the one-year average on a blue label CGC 9.8 is $2,306, with a fair market value of $1,550.

Werewolf By Night #32

With the Disney+ Moon Knight season 1 out in completion, it may seem silly to include the character's first appearance on this list. Interest in this book peaked last year, so if you've been waiting to get your hands on a copy now is the time. That's also not to say that this book won't hit any price peaks in the future -- it very well could if there's a season 2 (thus reinvigorating interest in the book). But for now, the rest of us could possibly get this key bronze age book.

This copy comes in at a blue label 9.2 with off-white to white pages. While still a high grade, this copy will be much more affordable than a blue label 9.8. The current one-year average on 9.2 copies is $5,969, with a fair market value of $6,000. By comparison, a 9.8 has a one-year average of $56,252, while the fair market value is $41,000. If you're looking at this book as an investment piece, you may benefit from hanging on to it for a while. If you're looking to add it to your collection, this could be your chance to get this book at a decent price.

*Any perceived investment advice is that of the freelance blogger and does not represent advice on behalf of GoCollect.