An Action Comics #1 CGC 8.5 has sold for $2,007,500 at Comic Connect. The comic features the first appearance of Superman by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
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Avengers, X-Men, Walking Dead, Oh My — March Madness Comes to this Week's Comic Connect Event Auction
There's always something special about this time of year: the snow is mostly gone, it's a little bit warmer, and of course there's the NCAA men's
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.
Owner Rick Whitelock has a comprehensive knowledge of the vintage comics market, and is always happy to talk about what's hot and what's not when you stop by his booth Ask him what he likes about Batman #47 — I happen to see he's got three copies lined up there — or what he thinks[...]
Comics legend Jack Kirby, born on August 28th, 1917, would have been 100 years old on this day. Come check out some of his covers and celebrate his life!
An All Star Comics #8 CGC 9.4 has just sold for a record $936,223.00. The December 1941 comic book contains the origin and first appearance of Wonder Woman.
From a collector's standpoint, one of the best parts of any major convention is walking around the booths of vintage comics dealers and checking out what they've got It's not something that always gets the coverage it deserves amidst the spectacle of a show like the San Diego Comic-Con, and that's too bad Even if[...]
Roswell, New Mexico became the center of the UFO Craze, but a pulp editor who was close friends with two important DC Comics editors played a key role.
A Fantastic Four #52 CGC 9.4 sold for $12,422.00 at the Jon Berk Collection Auction Session 3 at Comic Connect last night.
The comic that pre dates DC (and all their heroes), a rare find in the comic collecting world. Will you be the new owner for this book?
We asked Jon Berk to share a couple of examples of the hard-won knowledge that helped him build one of the best collections ever.
The Jon Berk original art and comic book collection auction closes this week, one of the most important collections ever assembled.
Mile High Comics is the largest back issue seller of comic books in the USA by far. So when a hailstorm burst through their warehouses in Monday, it was
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.
There's nothing I like to post about more than the anniversary of a golden age comic book character, and here's one that's deserving of more attention: