After so much attention has fallen on the massive Deadpool 3 news, it’s time to shift our attention elsewhere. Outside those red-hot Wolverine keys, what did buyers have on their radars this week?

In case you didn’t already know, the Hottest Comics lists the top-100, best-selling single issues on the daddy of all auction sites, eBay. Based on sales volume, the index ranks the issues on the move. The numbers are updated daily, so take this as a snapshot of what’s selling. 


The mainstream audience has fallen in love with Riri Williams. Ahead of her live-action debut, we’ve been seeing snippets of Ironheart in her full armor in the latest Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailers.

With the Ironheart Disney Plus show on the horizon and her possible inclusion in the Armor Wars movie, there’s a strong upside to anything with Riri’s name on it. All the commotion makes for a hot market for Invincible Iron Man #9.

51. FANTASTIC FOUR #49 (+96)

There’s still so much we don’t know about the upcoming Fantastic Four movie, but all that mystery is leading to plenty of fan theories. At some point, whether it’s sooner or later, the assumption is that the Silver Surfer will ride his board into the MCU, possibly with Galactus in tow.

That makes investing in the Galactus Trilogy a high priority for many collectors. Although this isn’t their first appearance, FF #49 is the first time readers saw them on the cover art, which is prime collecting real estate.


Elsa Bloodstone has arrived in the MCU via Werewolf By Night, and she has a bright future despite being in Marvel Studios’ first black-and-white film. Since WBN aired last week, Kevin Feige has said that there will be plenty of monsters going forward in the MCU.

Although the Blade project is at a standstill as the studio hunts for a new director, there’s a good possibility that Elsa will appear in that movie. It makes Bloodstone #1 all the more tempting.


In full Deadpool post-credits fashion, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law toyed with fans in last week’s bonus scene. Similar to how the Merc with a Mouth (in full Ferris Bueller’s Day Off bathrobe and fourth-wall break) teased Cable, so did Jennifer Walters tease a couple of highly-anticipated MCU entries.

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This week, the proverbial door was blown off its hinges. The show went even further by dropping a Red Hulk Easter egg, and fans are crossing their fingers that he appears in Thunderbolts

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After the roster reveal at D23, audiences are hoping for more firepower when the movie premieres, and She-Hulk could have teased just that. 


There’s speculation that Scott Lang’s days in the MCU are numbered, and that is pushing buyers towards the shores of the second Ant-Man’s first appearance. The prevailing theory is that he will not make it out of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania when he ventures into the Quantum Realm to save Cassie from Kang.

Jonathan Majors has been posting pictures on social media, showing off his impressive physique, with fans commenting that they don’t see how Paul Rudd can stand up to that six-pack. 

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