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A Comic Book Market Snapshot

A Comic Book Market Snapshot

Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn In keeping with this issue’s special focus on comic books, it seemed like an opportune time to check in with two of the comic book industry’s leading figures, ComicLink’s Josh Nathanson and Metropolis Collectibles’ Vincent Zurzolo. Both operate in the highest ranks of dealers or comic book-centric auction houses, […]

Jon Berk Collection Sets Records for ComicConnect

Jon Berk Collection Sets Records for ComicConnect

Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn The world of pop culture collectibles is very far from being a hyperbole-free zone. As a group, we are at least as guilty, if not more so, than many other niches of society. It’s been said that certain parties in the field would describe the actual one-and-only Holy Grail […]

Continue Finding Records

Continue Finding Records

Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn Just a matter of weeks ago, New York-based ComicConnect.com sold a CGC-certified 4.0 copy of Detective Comics #27 for $475,000. In that grade, the previously recorded high for the issue, which features the first appearance of Batman, was $287,000. As it turns out, they weren’t done making new with […]

Ken’s Korner: Man finds valuable comic inside a wall

Ken’s Korner: Man finds valuable comic inside a wall

Ken’s Korner: Man finds valuable comic inside a wall News & Views From the World of Antiques & Collectibles By Ken Hall David Gonzalez, 34, was renovating a residence in Elbow Lake, Minn., when he made the discovery of a lifetime: a copy of Action Comics No. 1 from 1938, stuffed inside a wall and […]

Liquidity in the Comic Book Market

Liquidity in the Comic Book Market Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn Vintage comic books offer many different factors that can appeal to collectors and investors. One of the key factors is liquidity. “Liquidity is the ability to sell an item in a fast and easy process without causing a significant negative movement in price,” […]