Edgar Church — of the famous Edgar Church Collection of comics — was an excellent commercial artist, and Heritage Auctions has some original art done by Church up for auction right now.
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This week, CGC Primary Grader Matt Nelson discusses the effect of reader's creases on comic book grading. Part of the CGC Insider video series.
We're starting a new tradition with these convention walk-arounds at Bleeding Cool: lots of pictures of displays of vintage comics.
Wow! What a week it has been for comic collectors. ComicConnect has had some real heavy hitters in their auction this week, and there has been something
Five copies of Amazing Fantasy #15 were for sale, with an array of grades on the lower side, ranging from an ungraded 1.5 to a graded 5.5. Prices were
Check out the action results of ComicConnect's most popular books, including Batman #121, Wonder Woman #1, and Superman #1.
The Canadian Comic Book Creator Awards Association have made their selections for the 2017 Joe Shuster Awards, which celebrates Canadian comic creators.
Currently on eBay are three of the most important Wonder Woman comics of all time. More so, they are also the highest-graded copies of each book.
A look at the comic book history of Blacksmith, the Flash villain that will be played by Battlestar Galactica alum Katie Sackoff
In a February 1942 article titled "Women: Servants for Civilization", Wonder Woman co-creator William Moulton Marston outlines Nazi's problem with women.
If you're into comic books, you've no doubt heard of R. Crumb, the prolific artist most known for his underground comix movement, including Zap Comix. He
Artists Keith Pollard and Ron Wilson were both honored for their lifetime of work within the comic book industry with the Inkpot Award at the start of...
This year would have been the 100th birthday of Jack Kirby (he passed away in 1994), and SDCC held a special panel detailing his life and pursuits.
Back in April I covered the CBLDF Censorship panel at Wonder Con, and it doesn't seem like things have improved much since then.
The Amazing Spider-Man first started using the phrase "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" in 1962, but where does it come from?
Superhero comics were a huge part of popular media during World War II, and were often used as a way to make strong anti-Nazi statements.
A rare copy of Disney Dispatch #1 for sale, with classic cover of Donald throwing a tomato at Hitler's face. This is a great addition for collectors.
On Friday, June 16, fans at AwesomeCon got a chance to hear Joe Sergi from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and author of The Law For Comic Book Creators
Awesome, because now is your chance! Tonight on Comic Connect's Jon Berk Collection auction, you can bid on Marvel Preview #4 (1st Star-Lord), and Marvel
The Jon Berk original art and comic book collection auction closes this week, one of the most important collections ever assembled.
With the circus which billed itself as The Greatest Show On Earth coming to a close, I'm reminded of a virtually unknown event in which P.T.
Detective Comics Inc. Against Bruns Publications is a pivotal battle between Victor Fox and DC Comics containing important Golden Age history.
I bought this for cheap on a whim recently, because the image is so interesting, but it turned out to be far more fascinating than I thought it might be.