Original artwork of the first appearance of 'Wolverine' on the final page of The Incredible Hulk #180, circa 1974, rose to $657,250, setting and tying world records, during a May 16 auction offered by Heritage Auction.
Comic book authority Maggie Thompson and her late husband Don have spent a lifetime perpetuating the cultural significance of the comic book. Maggie shares her collecting insights before the Don/Maggie Thompson Pedigree Collection goes under the gavel in an auction that is giving collectors a chance to own top-rated comics with impeccable provenance.
The Virginia Vintage Comics and Collectibles Show marks 16 years Aug. 17 when collectors and dealers of vintage comic books gather in Salem, Va.
Readers' share a passion for comic books and the former CBG magazine, and seek answers to comic book-related inquiries.
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.
Many auction houses are finding that variety is a necessity for growth and continued success. This is evident in leading auction houses' triumphs of 2012.
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...
Hake Americana & Collectibles is in the midst of its 206th auction of character collectibles, pop culture mementos, political memorabilia, holiday collectibles, natural history artifacts and entertainment keepsakes, which closes July 17-19.
Morphy Auctions recently forged an alliance with the specialist company Sparkle City Comics, of North Bergen, New Jersey to launch a new Comic Book division during a Feb. 9-11, 2011 Toys & Advertising sale that features 200 prized comics from an original-owner collection.