Vintage Paper Archives
Vintage Paper is about old comics and more: whether you're interested in the Platinum Age, the Golden Age, the Silver, Bronze, or Copper Ages -- or the history behind it all -- Bleeding Cool has you covered on that. Featuring articles and research from some of the best experts in the field for comics, pulps, dime novels, and much more.
Hey horror collectors: this copy of Eerie #1 is one of the nicest around, taking bids at Heritage Auctions right now.
Everyone needs some CGC Patsy Walker Timely Comics in their life. Go bid on this one at #HeritageAuctions right now.
A special copy of Batman #1 is taking bids at Heritage Auctions today, but how high will it get by the end?
One of the most iconic comic covers of all time, Captain America Comics #1 is taking bids at Heritage Auctions right now.
You can own Nicolas Cage own CGC copy of Weird Mysteries #4, on auction at Heritage Auctions right now, so go place a bid!
Frank Miller's early work has been in heavy demand in recent years, especially that with Klaus Janson. Pages and covers from The Dark Knight Returns have
No, Radio-Active Man was not just a Simpsons superhero character version of Homer Simpson. When he was created decades before by Stan Lee, R Berns, Jack
Dave Cockrum, co-creator of Nightcrawler, Storm, Colossus, Sunfire and the All-New All-Different Uncanny X-Men also painted the cover for the first
Tales to Astonish #93 is a classic hero vs hero battle with a twist. It started when Hulk wanted Silver Surfer to take him to another planet
This was Marvel Comics' very first trade paperback, published by Simon & Schuster way back in 1974, and collecting the first stories of Marvel's
Barry Windsor-Smith recently published Monster, his 300-page-plus reworking of an original planned Hulk comic book which pioneered the idea of Bruce
This is basically the closest you'll ever get to being Scott Dunbier, with your very own Artists Edition of a comic book - by actually owning the entire
Who is the strongest hero in the Marvel Universe? It's a question that fans have debated for decades, and it often centers Hulk vs Thor.
The inspirations behind the origin of Sabrina the Teenage Witch is one of my very favorite moments in all of comic book history.
Harvey Dent had been absent from comics for 16 years when Batman #234 hit the newstands, becoming a memorable part of a legendary run.