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Fans of the work of “Duck Man” Carl Barks made their presence felt at Heritage Comic Auctions’ February Signature Sale Feb. 24-26, when four of the five highest prices realized were for his original paintings of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge. See More
An Indianapolis, Ind., auction firm is selling more than 1,000 items from the American Superheroes Museum Jan. 22. See More
I used to buy CBG years ago. Just started collecting again for my son. Was buying Wizard, then wizard took away their price guide section. So I subscribed to CBG. Just received my first issue in the mail. To my … See More
While its major focus is on sports cards and memorabilia, Collect.com’s latest auction also has a number of non-sport trading cards and comics items. Included among the lots in the sale that closes Dec. 3 are (click on the item … See More
I just picked up the 15th edition of your checklist and price guide (an amazing resource, and I take it to conventions all the time so I remember what I have) and was surprised to notice that there are lots … See More
Imagine Steve Ditko contributing to a jam page that has a Frank Miller Daredevil and a Bernie Wrightson Swamp Thing! That actually happened, and our November sale at Heritage Auctions is going to have six of these, with contributors that … See More
On Nov. 1-2, at the Ameristar Casino in St. Charles, MO, Mound City Auctions will be holding a large scale auction of a private original owner’s collection of over 3,000 books. There will be two full days of preview on … See More
Eighty-five lots of memorabilia from the Stan Winston Studios are scheduled to be sold Oct. 8 and 9 by Profiles in History. The Calabasas, California-based auction firm estimates that the sale of those lots, part of the company’s larger Hollywood … See More
hi guys — I’d posted this in Oh, So? but looks like it’d be more appropriate to do so here: The vast majority of comics from 1972 on simply do not sell for more than a dollar or two at … See More
David Luebke, owner of Daves Comics in Richmond, Va., longtime Archie Comics fan and collector, is selling his prized Archie Comics #1 in protest of Archies decision to marry Veronica in the upcoming Archie Comics #600. I just feel betrayed. … See More