Today, Barack Obama is being sworn in as the 44th President of the United States. It is not uncommon for a President to make an appearance in a comic book. This goes as far back as Roosevelt appearing in comics during the Golden Age of comics.
In October, 2008, during the heat of the Presidential campaign [...]
I recently came across a new website call The Comics Chronicles. This site is a great resource for comics data. More specifically, circulation data. The information is a great help to get an understanding of the overall health of the comic book industry and of specific comic book titles.
The amount of data is vast and [...]
For many collectors, the only comics worth having in their collection are high grade comics. The aesthetic of the comic book and collectibility increases when the comic book is in better condition. But, considering that grading comic books is so subjective, one persons high grade treasure could be another persons mid-grade filler.
First off, age certainly [...]
Today I was posting online about some of the cheesy comics from the 1980’s and Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew immediately came to mind.
This total cheese comic was the brainchild of Roy Thomas and Scott Shaw!. Yes, Scott has an exclamation point at the end of his name.
Anyway, I loved this as a [...]
All-Star Batman and Robin #10 was released and recalled yesterday. Apparently, some curse words that were supposed to be blacked out were not fully blacked out.
Although DC did a recall, many issues were sold and are now going for $20 or more on Ebay.
Some might think so, but, I would not call this issue, drawn [...]
The ComicSeeker.com Featured Comic Book Dealer is an ongoing series to profile the online comic book dealers and websites that are shown in the comic book search results of ComicSeeker.com.
Bedrock City Comics is a small chain of comic retail stores based in Texas. They also have one of the largest selection of Gold, Silver and Bronze age [...]