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Pop Culture Potpourri: Zombies, Gasoline Alley, Jack Kirby & Nick Fury

Pop Culture Potpourri: Zombies, Gasoline Alley, Jack Kirby & Nick Fury

Pop Culture Potpourri: Zombies, Gasoline Alley, Jack Kirby & Nick Fury Zombies at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn In director George A. Romero’s 1978 film Dawn of the Dead, one of the characters remembers what his grandfather told him and shares it with his fellow survivors of the zombie apocalypse: “When […]

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,” […]

High End Comic Sales Continue Despite Economy

High End Comic Sales Continue Despite Economy Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn One of the interesting things about the market for vintage, rare, high grade comics is that there has been no end to the record prices paid even with the prolonged negative economy. While dealers or collectors offering mid-grade have had to get […]

More Tarzan: Rare Hal Foster Tarzan Original Strip Art Discovered

Rare Hal Foster Tarzan Original Strip Art Discovered

More Tarzan: Rare Hal Foster Tarzan Original Strip Art Discovered Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn Our previous column was focused on the centenary of the first appearance of Edgar Rice Burroughs best-known creation–Tarzan. Almost as if on cue, an incredible piece of original Tarzan art has surfaced with distinct appeal to at least three […]