A copy of the Action Comics #1 Ashcan recently sold for $204,000 at auction. One of only three known copies, the last one sold for $50,000 twelve years
John Romita Jr was one of Marvel's longest-standing comic book creators, son of John Romita Sr, and working on all of Marvel's biggest characters.
ComicConnect Sponsored Post ComicConnect has a lot of Golden Age comic books coming to auction right now, but one of the biggest has to be Batman #1 in
ComicConnect Sponsored Post Last month, a Giant-Size X-Men #1 CGC slabbed at a 9.8 condition sold for $67,900. But the market has been ramping up since.
ComicConnect Sponsored Post Dick Grayson, Robin, first appeared in 1940 alongside Batman in Detective Comics #38. Even then, they were appealing to
Heritage Auctions Sponsored Post Steve Ditko is best known as the artist and co-creator of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange. Born on November 2nd, 1927 in
It's a while since John Byrne wrote and drew Spider-Man. Quite a while. But for a time he was the pre-Brian Bendis Brian Bendis, writing and drawing
The original run of Quantum & Woody at Valiant Comics, when it was owned by Acclaim Comics, is probably the highpoint of that publishing period. And
Last week, Bleeding Cool reported on a Heritage Auction listing for this original artwork page by Daredevil co-creator Bill Everett for Daredevil #1 from
DC Universe: Legacies, published in 2010 by DC Comics, just before the big reboot, includes this story that reunited Watchmen's artist Dave Gibbons with
Jack Kirby is the principal talent in American comic books of the twentieth century. And Heritage Auctions, in their 2021 April 1 - 4 Comics & Comic
The late, great Steve Dillon was many things - a comic book writer, artist, publisher, and all-around bon vivant. From being a founder of Deadline
Incredible Hulk #346 from 1988 was the last issue of the series written by Peter David that Todd McFarlane worked on, with Erik Larsen helping out. And
Jim Lee may be Chief Creative Officer and Publisher of DC Comics these days and be a founder of Image Comics and creator of WildStorm, but deep in his
I read V for Vendetta when it was originally published in Warrior Magazine in black-and-white in the early eighties. When Warrior Magazine juddered to an