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Offline Search for Old Comic Books

What I love about ComicSeeker.com is that the entire world of comic books is available to you from one website. To find your old comic book, you simply enter it into our search box above and view your results.
However, once in a while I get questions about how to find old comic books out in [...]

Iron Man Movie Spikes Interest in Valuable Iron Man Comic Books

Today, the new motion picture film Iron Man is in mass distribution. As a result, we have seen a spike in interest in comics related to Iron Man. Word is that the new Iron Man movie has received positive reviews, so check it out if you can.
If you are looking for Iron Man comic books, [...]

Rare Comic Book Dealers Added To ComicSeeker.com Search

We worked out most of the recent bugs so we have finally had a chance to update the site with some new dealer sites. We went from 10 comic book dealers to 16 vintage comic book dealers being shown in the search results.
Many of the new additions have a healthy inventory of Bronze and Silver [...]

ComicSeeker Stats Now displaying most recent comic book searches

Just a quick note that the stats for ComicSeeker.com are now partially fixed. You can view the most recent comic book searches on ComicSeeker.com to see what people are interested in right now.
Note that some of the all-time stats are still not accurate.
Not surprisingly, Spider-Man was at the top of the list when I last [...]

Find High Grade and Eclectic Bronze Age Comics

Comic book dealers and fans have a hard time pinpointing the exact beginning of any of the ages, the bronze age being no different. However, one theme stands out near the beginning is the risk Marvel and DC took to publish Amazing Spider-Man 96-98 and Green Lantern starting with #76. Those issues dealt with social [...]

Finding Silver Age Collectible Comics

In the mid-1950’s, the comic book industry was under scrutiny by conservative pundits taking advantage of the cold war hysteria of the day. Comic books of every genre were being published by DC, Timely, Gold Key, Archie, Harvey, Dell, EC, Classics, Four Color and more.
But, in 1956, DC published Showcase #4 with a renewed Flash. [...]

Finding Golden Age Comics

When one thinks of terms such as old rare comics, valuable comics or collectible comics, you’re usually thinking of the Golden Age of Comics. Starting with Action Comics #1 in 1938 and continuing through the end of World War II, the Golden Age of Comics sets the standard for comic book collecting.
Being a Golden Age [...]

How to Search for Collectible Comics on the Web

Where to Find Comics
The two best places to find comics are the Internet and the world famous San Diego Comic-Con. Visiting the local comic store is still an option, but your changes of finding that Amazing Spider-Man #1 is slim.
In this article, we’ll focus on how to find comics on the Internet. Specifically, vintage comics [...]