Comic adaptions of TV shows were common in the late 1950s and June 1958 saw another hit the stands. "The New Adventures of Charlie Chan" was based on the short lived syndicated TV show, and had an equally short run itself, lasting just 6 issues. The first issue, written by John Broome and drawn by Sid Greene saw stalwart detective Charlie Chan and his bumbling sidekick Number One Son solve, "The secret of the phantom bells" and "Charlie Chan's invisible clue." In later issues, Chan traveled far and wide, helping the Mounties investigate a "Trail across the sky" and the Appalachians probe "The case of the Hillbilly detective."
These issues were Non-Distributed in the U.K. at the time so always cents copies.
|Total £||93.60||186.00||279.00||557.28||836.64||1,770||3,000||3,750||4,500||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||117.00||233.00||349.00||696.75||1,040.00||2,210||3,750||4,690||5,630||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
Note: some PR issues may have no value. Selected issues in FN, VF or VF/NM may not exist in some titles.