The Library of Congress' collection of comic books, art and related objects is the largest in the nation and now, thanks to a recent donation of 3,000+ items from Stephen A. Geppi Collection, the archive is that much more robust.
When was the last time you've thought about comic book superheroes? As Editor Antoinette Rahn discovers during a chat with the author of "Rise of the Superheroes" there's a lot to appreciate about the comic universe's doers of good.
No less than six examples of Golden or Silver Age comic books or original comic art will head to auction May 10-12 through Heritage Auctions and each is carrying a six-figure estimate.
It's been nearly 79 years since DC Comics unveiled the legendary character BatMan, then 'The Bat-Man' in Detective Comics #27. During Hake's March online auction a CGC-graded 5.0 (VG/Fine) version of the comic book will come to auction.
Original cover art for 1971's The Amazing Spider-Man #100 will come before bidders for the first time during Heritage Auctions' Feb. 22-24 Comics & Comic Art auction.
In this installment of Ask the Experts, a $3 find at a Canadian thrift store bears indications of possibly being an example of an original work by Margaret Brundage, according to Dr. Anthony J. Cavo.
Do you recall the first time you attended a circus performance? Come Jan. 28 Appraisal & Estate Sale Specialists will provide the opportunity to reclaim a little of that type of joy.
In less than 10 years time, approximately 14,000 U.S. artists created hundreds of thousands of piece of art under the Federal Art Project. Here Karen Knapstein explores the program and interest in the posters.
Heritage Auctions' capped off a record-setting year in animation art auctions with its Dec. 9-10 auction. The sale finished above $1.5 million, the seventh $1M+ auction of the year for the department. Leading the way were Disney Ducks.