The Virginia Vintage Comics and Collectibles Show marks 16 years Aug. 17 when collectors and dealers of vintage comic books gather in Salem, Va.
With 4.6 million free comic books available from more than 2,000 stores, early indicators are pointing to a record-breaking and fun-filled Free Comic Book Day.
Richard Brown's passion for comic books began in childhood, first as he learned to read and then as a collector. In both ways comic books were good to him.
Detective Comics #27, one of the most sought after comic books ever made, is set to go under the gavel Feb. 21-22 and is expected to fetch upwards of $500,000.
A prized Pacific travel book and renowned 15th century Book of Hours lead exemplary collection of books slated for auction at Bonhams of San Francisco Feb. 15-17.
Heritage Auctions sees their best year to date, with comics, sports, and fine & decorative art setting new highs in 2012.
With a diversity seldom matched in other venues, Hake’s Americana & Collectibles' 207th auction holds nearly 3,000 items in more than 200 collecting categories; the online event closes Nov. 13-15, 2012.
There are Easter witches and Salem witches (which were not witches at all), there are witches on broomsticks and ones that have never learned the art of flying. Collectors can have a field day incorporating these images into the magic of a witchy Halloween display.
Vintage pulp paperback collectors will be pleased to learn Prologue Books is scheduled to release more than 400 ebook titles in crime, science fiction, fantasy and western by the end of 2012. Authors include Edgar Award-winning William Campbell Gault, Max Brand, Hope Mirrlees and Vin Packer.
Heritage Auction's July 26 comic book auction features the Doug Schmell/PedigreeComics.com collection, featuring the single greatest grouping of Silver Age Marvel CGC No. 1 registry sets ever assembled. “After watching Heritage become, by far, the world’s largest comics auction house, I knew that it was the perfect choice for me to sell my private...