Investment Potential and Bias of Astonishing Tales
We are doing the Bronze Age Series of Astonishing Tales Issues 1 to 10. We look across these issues using our Bias Score Analysis where we look at the Insiders vs Outsiders. We concern a Bias are issues that are being support by the professionals vs the fans.
In Table 1 we see the highest B Score is Issue 1 at 40. This and Issue 4 are the only issues with any kind of Bias. This makes the analysis short and sweet. Focus on to those issues and avoid the rest. Issue 4 is a interesting issues as it pits a rare villain battle Dr. Doom vs the Red Skull. Issue 1 has Doom vs other villains and has President Nixon, Buzz Adrian, and Neil Armstrong as themselves.
Table 1 B Score of Astonishing Tales Issues # 1 to 10
Table 2 have our SLN, DF and %DF ratings for these issues. Other Issues such as 2 4 5 9 and 10 are in the spotlight. Note that issue 1 has an overall I SLN of 80 which is double the others. Issue 9 is highlighted becuase it is relative to the O SLN the most different and that indicates a bullishness by Insiders vs fans.
Neat Story in Issue 9 which is Ka-Zar only. Ka-Zar vs Iranda, queen of the lethal Lizard-Men.
Table 2 SLN, DF and %DF for AT Issues 1 to 10.
Table 3 focuses on the ADFs (avg difference at each grade between the Insiders and Outsiders) Grades of each issue 9.4, 8 and 6. We see surprisingly that no issue is a focus target. We mark those issues with an Orange $. We have none. Move on then.
Table 3 ADFs of AT Issues #1 to 10
Table 4 Is a high level view of all the data streams and it only points to Issue 4 as somewhat worthy of a focus. Labled by a Dark green Staining.
Table 4 Overall View and Data Stream Ranking of AT Issues 1 to 10
Our Novel Analysis of comic-book Desire Rankings is shown in table 5. Note the Scale rank of each issue out of 1356 silver age Marvels is shown. Issue 1 and 4 are the show being in the top 30 percentile of all of my graded comics.