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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (#1-3) CPV Values 2022


Canadian Price Variant Values, 2022 Price Guide
From: The 2022 CPV Price Guide for Canadian Price Variants (Type 1A) by Bill Alexander, Tim Bildhauser, Paul Clairmont, Jay Halstead, Jon McClure, Benjamin Nobel, Conan Saunders, Doug Sulipa, and Angelo Virone  [ introduction, table of contents, all titles, other price guide editions ]
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom — 2022 Price Guide Values #1-3
Issue Direct Edition Value CPV
Cover Price
Type 1A Canadian Price Variant Value CGC-Confirmed
Guide A
(NM)
Guide B
(NM-)
9.2
NM-
9.0
VF/NM
8.0
VF
6.0
FN
4.0
VG
2.0
GD
#1 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1 Canadian Price Variant picture$4$5 $1.00 $22
▲ $2
$19 $15 $11 $7 $
 Marvel, 9/1984  CGC label note: Movie adaptation.  
#2 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 2 Canadian Price Variant picture$4$5 $1.00 $12 $10 $8 $6 $4 $
 Marvel, 10/1984  CGC label note: Movie adaptation.  
#3 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 3 Canadian Price Variant picture$5$5 $1.00 $14 $12 $10 $7 $5 $
 Marvel, 11/1984  CGC label note: Movie adaptation. $1.00 cover price.  
 
 = Stand-out value  
 
CGC census data for Canadian Price Variant and Regular comic books
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom CGC Census Changes:
Issue # 10/27/2020
Census Count
9/21/2021
Census Count
Year over
year change
Regular Variant Regular Variant Regular Variant
149--641+15+1
212--191+7+1
3141192+5+1
Title Totals:
% regular / % variant
75
~99%
1
~1%
102
~96%
4
~4%
 +27
  ~90% 
 +3
  ~10% 
CGC census data CPVs and regular bottom
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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Comics CPV FAQ

Do cover price variants exist for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in the 1980s?

✔️Accepted answer: Yes, Type 1A 1.00 cover price variants exist within the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom title.

Which issues of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom have cover price variants in the 1980s?

✔️Accepted answer: There are Type 1A cover price variants for issues #1-3 of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Are the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants of the 1980s rare?

✔️Accepted answer: The Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1980s cover price variants were exclusive to the newsstand distribution channel (by contrast the well-preserved direct edition type sold in comic shops were not price variants). Within the newsstand distribution channel, the price variants were distributed only to a restricted geographic area within the larger North American newsstand market: that restricted area being Canada. Canada had one tenth the population of the United States in the 1980s. As a result, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants from the 1980s are a dramatically more rare newsstand type, and collectors who care about relative rarity are keen to target the price variant version of issue numbers they seek for their collections of interesting and rare comic books.

Are Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1980s cover price variants 1st printings?

✔️Accepted answer: Yes, by definition Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Type 1A price variants are first printings which were published simultaneously with the other types, on the exact same manufacturing equipment, at the same time, on the same paper, using the same ink, and with publication origin being the USA. The indicia, interior pages, and all other aspects of the variants beyond the cover price box are 100% identical to their regularly priced newsstand counterparts. The Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom price variants, having originated in the USA as first print originals, were then shipped North to their destination market.

Are Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants more valuable?

✔️Accepted answer: Yes, as seen in more detail in the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom price guide page above, the variant values represent a sizable premium over the values of the commonplace direct editions in the same grades.

Help, I cannot find CGC 9.8 copies available for the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants I am looking for?!

✔️Accepted answer: We recommend lowering your grade expectations for all of the 1980s cover price variants, including those in the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom title. Remember, the price variants were exclusive to the newsstand distribution channel, which means they were treated as reading material, not as collectibles, by both the staff that handled them, and the typical buyers who as a general rule were members of the general public actually interested in reading the comics. Collectors buying comics from newsstands was the exception, not the norm. As a result, surviving copies in the 9.8 NM/MT grade tier can be exceptionally difficult to find among the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants. A more reasonable grade to shoot for would be 9.0-and-up.

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (#1-3) Values 2022


From: The 2022 CPV Price Guide for Canadian Price Variants (Type 1A) by Bill Alexander, Tim Bildhauser, Paul Clairmont, Jay Halstead, Jon McClure, Benjamin Nobel, Conan Saunders, Doug Sulipa, and Angelo Virone  [ introduction, table of contents, all titles, other price guide editions ]

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Values — 2022 CPV Price Guide

Issue CPV
Cover
Price
CPV
Value
9.2
CGC-Confirmed
#1 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1 Canadian Price Variant picture $1.00 $22
▲ $2
 Marvel, 9/1984  CGC label note: Movie adaptation.  
#2 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 2 Canadian Price Variant picture $1.00 $12
 Marvel, 10/1984  CGC label note: Movie adaptation.  
#3 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 3 Canadian Price Variant picture $1.00 $14
 Marvel, 11/1984  CGC label note: Movie adaptation. $1.00 cover price.  
 
 = Stand-out value  
 
CGC census data for Canadian Price Variant and Regular comic books
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom CGC Census Data:
Issue # 9/21/2021
Census Count
Year over
year change
Regular Variant Regular Variant
1641+15+1
2191+7+1
3192+5+1
Title Totals:
% regular / % variant
102
~96%
4
~4%
 +27
  ~90% 
 +3
  ~10% 
CGC census data CPVs and regular bottom
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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Comics CPV FAQ

Do cover price variants exist for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in the 1980s?

✔️Accepted answer: Yes, Type 1A 1.00 cover price variants exist within the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom title.

Which issues of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom have cover price variants in the 1980s?

✔️Accepted answer: There are Type 1A cover price variants for issues #1-3 of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Are the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants of the 1980s rare?

✔️Accepted answer: The Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1980s cover price variants were exclusive to the newsstand distribution channel (by contrast the well-preserved direct edition type sold in comic shops were not price variants). Within the newsstand distribution channel, the price variants were distributed only to a restricted geographic area within the larger North American newsstand market: that restricted area being Canada. Canada had one tenth the population of the United States in the 1980s. As a result, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants from the 1980s are a dramatically more rare newsstand type, and collectors who care about relative rarity are keen to target the price variant version of issue numbers they seek for their collections of interesting and rare comic books.

Are Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1980s cover price variants 1st printings?

✔️Accepted answer: Yes, by definition Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Type 1A price variants are first printings which were published simultaneously with the other types, on the exact same manufacturing equipment, at the same time, on the same paper, using the same ink, and with publication origin being the USA. The indicia, interior pages, and all other aspects of the variants beyond the cover price box are 100% identical to their regularly priced newsstand counterparts. The Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom price variants, having originated in the USA as first print originals, were then shipped North to their destination market.

Are Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants more valuable?

✔️Accepted answer: Yes, as seen in more detail in the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom price guide page above, the variant values represent a sizable premium over the values of the commonplace direct editions in the same grades.

Help, I cannot find CGC 9.8 copies available for the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants I am looking for?!

✔️Accepted answer: We recommend lowering your grade expectations for all of the 1980s cover price variants, including those in the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom title. Remember, the price variants were exclusive to the newsstand distribution channel, which means they were treated as reading material, not as collectibles, by both the staff that handled them, and the typical buyers who as a general rule were members of the general public actually interested in reading the comics. Collectors buying comics from newsstands was the exception, not the norm. As a result, surviving copies in the 9.8 NM/MT grade tier can be exceptionally difficult to find among the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cover price variants. A more reasonable grade to shoot for would be 9.0-and-up.

Other comic book titles you may also like:
Doom Patrol (#1-12) Price Guide
Doom Patrol and Suicide Squad Special (#1) Price Guide
Further Adventures of Indiana Jones (#1-34) Price Guide

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