I still have mine. I mostly collected Marvel, and Spider-Man in particular, and this is from the late 80s through mid 90s. The quality of the artwork and materials were vastly improved in this stage of comics, but this was also the age of "extreme", with artists/writers like Todd McFarlane and Rob Liefield at the helm, so a lot of the story lines, new costumes, and new characters are pretty "cringey" to look back upon. It even saw the birth of Image comics, and I began to collect many of their titles as well. I will say that almost every page of every comic coming out then looked like it could be a poster, though! And it saw the birth of Deadpool, Spawn, Venom, Carnage, and some other characters who are considered classic now.
As I started getting more involved with other extra curricular activities and girls, my interest in comics began to wane. Then, Marvel did something I couldn't stand that DC regularly did: they revamped their universe. That, combined with the clone saga of Spider-Man, and I just couldn't be bothered to follow all the new story lines.
Someday, I'll show my son what his favorite characters used to be like before the MCU and more basic artwork techniques were employed. If he wants to sell them, maybe it can help toward the down payment of a new car - some that I have are actually worth a bit.