- F+W Announces Closure of Comics Buyer’s Guide (24)F+W Media, Inc. announced today the closure of Comics Buyer’s Guide effective with the March 2013 issue.
- Have you begun to fill in your 2013 calendar yet? (Beautiful Balloons, CBG #1699, March 2013) (0)Maggie shares suggestions for the year ahead in her Beautiful Balloons column from CBG #1699!
- Today’s Comics Guide: January 8, 2013 (0)Wouldn’t it have been interesting if an early Marvel/DC crossover would have pitted The Metal Master against The Metal Men? Probably would have been a short fight.
- Today’s Comics Guide: January 7, 2013 (0)We suspect that January 7 was an auspicious date for launching comic strips as you’ll learn in Today’s Comics Guide!
- Today’s Comics Guide: Weekend Edition — Jan. 5-6, 2013 (2)Kanjar Ro Ro Ro your boat into Today’s Comics Guide!
- Today’s Comics Guide: January 4, 2013 (2)Hmmm, looks as though Doctor Doom is tuning in one of the science-fiction film Turner Classic Movies has scheduled for tonight. Check out the full roster in Today’s Comics Guide!
New from Comics Buyer’s Guide
- Preview: Dangerous Curves (0)After the success last year of the first two books in our Comics Buyer’s Guide Presents line, we’ve added a new dynamic duo of books to the mix, starting with CBG Presents: Dangerous Curves. Check out our preview!
- Preview: The Greatest Comic Book Covers of All Time! (0)They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to comic books, we disagree. This time we really did judge them by their covers! Check out our preview of Comics Buyer’s Guide Presents: The Greatest Comic Book Covers of All Time!
- CBG wants to know: If you had $1,000 to spend on comics, what comics-related item(s) would you spend it on? (1)We have our friends at Antique Trader to thank for this idea. Recently, they posed a similar question to their readers and received dozens of responses.
Giant Database of Comic Sales Figures
In recent weeks, John’s added more data from the early 1990s as well as delving further back in comics history to bring you data from the early 1960s. It’s a facet of comics history you won’t find anywhere else!
Comics in Your Future
You’ll also find archives of items that have shipped to stores in the past and we even go so far as to provide individual shipping updates for some titles.