The revised, post-COVID-19 shutdown on-sale date for The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #50 is Wednesday, September 2, 2020 in comic shops served by Diamond Comic Distributors. Since the restart in distribution began, we’ve been working with Diamond and our printer to select the right time for press capacity and other considerations.
We extend our thanks to our loyal readers, retailers, Overstreet Advisors, advertisers, and other supporters, who have patiently waited for this date.
As usual, if you have ordered from our website or plan on doing so, we will ship your copy(ies) with the intent that they arrive on the same day as they hit comic shops.
This on-sale date will apply to all editions of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #50, including The Big, Big Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #50.
As a reminder, check with your local comic shop to make sure they’ve ordered the Guide. All editions are presently still available for advance reorder as this is posted.
If you don’t live near a comic shop, you can order directly from our website.
Our Golden Anniversary edition is offered as Spawn-Spider-Man crossover by Todd McFarlane in hardcover or softcover, Valiant Heroes in hardcover or softcover, or Wynonna Earp hardcover or softcover, in addition to the Big, Big edition.
The CBPG #50 Spawn-Spider-Man softcover edition will also be available in bookstores beginning on Tuesday, September 15.
Also, if you’ve been waiting to pick up The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #1 Facsimile Edition, both Diamond Comic Distributors and the Gemstone Publishing site have only the softcover version remaining. The hardcover and the signed & numbered hardcover editions are both sold out.
“While 2020 hasn’t worked out to be the celebratory year we were working toward for The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #50, we still want to take the time to acknowledge the incredible support the Guide has received in its five decades,” said J.C. Vaughn, Vice-President of Publishing for Gemstone Publishing. “We look forward to getting #50 out there, celebrating just a bit, and then getting to work on next year’s edition.”