The Ultimate Action Figure Price Guide

Feb. 19th 2013

The traditional action figure values guide is dead. There simply isn't a good paper-based handbook for action figure prices these days, and that's left a lot of collectors looking for a consistently updated and accurate authority on action figure values.

The Ultimate Action Figure Price Guide

  • Tens of thousands of values
  • Regularly updated by panel of experts
  • Goes mobile with iOS and Android app
  • Includes photos, details, UPCs, and more
 

Whether you're looking to buy a vintage figure for a fair price at a local store, or want to sell your own collection piece by piece for its true value, a reliable price guide is a mandatory accessory for you.

But as you look around for your accessory of choice, you quickly realize the days of the ToyFare Price Guide are gone, and unfortunately you can't flip through an old issue expecting to find a trustworthy price in the current market. 

Even the paper price guides that might still be printed from time to time suffer from an unbearably long turnaround between assessment and publication, meaning they miss out out on the latest trends and variations in the volatile world of action figure values.

You might be one of the many collectors who rely on closed sales or auctions on sites like ebay to determine specific action figure values, but that takes lots of work and loads of calculation each and every time you need a number. And that's a process which is practically impossible to replicate on the move or on the floor of a show, leaving you without a solution in your biggest time of need. Tracking past sales as a method for values seriously falters when it comes to efficiency and convenience.

So a lot of collectors think there just isn't an ideal solution. But here you are, reading an article on Collector-ActionFigures.com, which just so happens to be the home of the world's single biggest action figure price guide! It's regularly updated, covers tens of thousands of figures, and can be carried in your pocket thanks to the DASH Action Figures app. It solves all your problems in a convenient and efficient package without any of the headaches.

The Collector-ActionFigures price guide works with an online system that's easy to navigate by line or simply search by name. Once you've found a figure's listing, the values and associated information will be included, along with any photos or descriptions other users have contributed. It's a simple, easy, and absurdly convenient modern day equivalent of the paper-based values guide.  

It might sound too good to be true, but seeing is believing. So let's take a look at a sample page from the Collector-ActionFigures.com digital price guide. What could be better for an example than a vintage Darth Vader figure worth more than $500 in the package?

As you can see, all the information you need to buy, sell, or trade the figure is present. You can take a look at the photo to make sure it's the right one, and you can even see what other collectors have rated the figure before making any important decisions. And if for some reason you feel like the value is incorrect, you can even leave a comment with your suggestions for our team of experts to investigate. 

The best part is, you can access this price guide from any computer in the world as long as it's connected to the internet. Once you have a Collector-ActionFigures account with an associated price guide, you'll have unlimited access from anywhere. That includes access to the guide on your mobile device thanks to our iOS and Android apps.

If you're looking for the ultimate solution to one of modern day collecting's biggest problems, look no further than the Collector-ActionFigures.com digital price guide. Here's how you can get it.

The Ultimate Action Figure Price Guide

 

If somehow you find you're not happy with the world's absolute best action figure price and value guide, then don't worry. We'll refund your purchase within 30 days if you'd rather return to paper. But you and I both know that's no way to collect action figures.

The hobby has gotten too advanced and too modern to rely on outdated methods to track and value your collection. Do yourself and your figures a favor by buying The Ultimate Action Figure Price Guide today.

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  • 1 year, 1 month ago

    how much in your view is a 1985 boxed mint lion-o figure worth?

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  • 1 year ago

    Ive never priced any thing before. I would imagine he would be 150 to 200 maybe even more. Thundercats our hard to find especially ones that are boxed. Just my opinion hope that helps.

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  • 3 months ago

    how much is a set of metallic action figure worth.. they r still in there boxes..

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