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Posted 09 September 2012 - 09:02 PM

So, I started selling on ebay and I specialize in Anime Items. My question is what would be good items to buy and resell? Like what good anime shows should I look for? What items should I buy (DVDs, figurines, manga, illustration art books)? Any tips would be nice. :D

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Posted 09 September 2012 - 09:37 PM

-Anything Durarara, Beelzebub, Naruto, Death note, and Bleach. Also Vocaloid even though it's not an anime/manga.

Those are the most popular series/characters right now. (That I know of.)

DVD/figures I guess. People usually buy one or the other. Manga is hit or miss unless you sell it in lots (like so many for so much.) Art books are for specific fans, (like myself.)

This is IMO.
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Posted 09 September 2012 - 09:50 PM

Figurines are probably pretty hit or miss considering the general distrust of sellers on Ebay, and considering most of the figures you can get from different places end up sold secondhand on Mandarake for much less than their retail price. More and more people are finding that site so I'm not sure what the future of figure resale will be like, honestly.

Art books would probably be a good thing seeing as how popular they can be (especially if you can find Vocaloid ones like that older Kei book), but I'm unsure of manga since that also tends to have a typically low resale value. Not sure other than those things.
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