Many VeVe collectors have already seen quite an uptick in the value of their portfolio. Some of the more rare and highly sought-after collectibles include the Ultra Rare first edition Harley Quinn that was designed by artist Steve Pugh–which has a current floor price of $11,900. This collectible had just 500 minted and cost $79.99 to purchase on the drop.
The rarest of the series of four Batman Black & White Series 1 collectibles–designed by Edurdo Risso–has a current floor price of $4800. The original purchase price was $69.99. The “common” Todd McFarlane design minted to 7500 has a floor price of $1400 and is considered one of the blue chip collectibles in the VeVe community because of McFarlane's name.
The Secret Rare Season 2 Spiderman (released in August) is animated and shoots webs in Veve's augmented reality feature. There were only 1000 of them minted on the drop, and the current floor price is $15,799, 39x its initial $400 price tag.
The Ghostbusters collectibles have also generated quite a bit of buzz, with a platinum, Secret Rare Ghostbusters logo collectible (that cost just $89 when it was released) now boasting a $29,999 floor price (337x). The gold “secret rare” logo minted to 188 (cost $99 on the drop) also has a floor of $29,999.
The most expensive collectible on the entire marketplace is the Ultra Rare Donny from the Powerpuff Girls franchise. There were only 150 of them minted and the drop price was just $16.99. The current floor is $83,333.30, representing a 4905x ROI for anybody lucky enough to be holding one.
The secondary market values of the most rare digital comics is absolutely mind-blowing. As an example, the floor price of a Marvel Comics #1 Secret Rare (only 600 of them were minted) is currently $29,950. These blind box comic book drops are essential lottery tickets, and if you are one of the lucky ones to hit a Secret Rare, you just had yourself quite a day.