Category: Comics

by Joseph Overaitis | April 4, 2024

Many times professional lives blend in with one's hobby. Attorneys experience this all the time. The following are some ways that a career in law has intersected issues encountered during decades spent in the hobby.

by Matt Tuck | April 3, 2024

One way or another, the Phoenix will return in X-Men '97, and that could lead to the oft-overlooked Rachel Summers getting her just due.

by Doug Ohlandt | April 2, 2024

On March 19, a 6.5 graded copy of Detective Comics #27 sold in a ComicConnect auction for $1,825,088. That’s the highest price paid for Batman’s first appearance in any grade. What does this tell us about trends for this book and do we see those trends in other early Batman keys? 

by Don | April 2, 2024

Forget about the solar eclipse on April 8th. On April 4th, the comic book collecting community will likely witness something far more important (at least to us): the sale of the most expensive comic book ever.

by Don | April 1, 2024

Considering that it's likely that Link (the heroic swordsman from Zelda) will likely debut on the big screen in the near future, is it worth investing in any of his key issues?

by chubellcomics | March 31, 2024

It's been a year since Part 1, which means all the Disney-Marvel variant covers have been released, and Mickey Mouse is in the public domain.

by Don | March 30, 2024

Disney has a hit on its hands with X-Men '97! The first three episodes of the show have received a rare 100% from critics and a 93% audience score. The first episode drops a hint that the New Mutants may appear in the show in the future...

by Matt Tuck | March 30, 2024

James Gunn had collectors thinking Deadman after his recent social media post while Apocalypse felt the X-Men '97 love. 

by Matt Tuck | March 29, 2024

After a red hot 2023, Spider-Man #7 has been ice cold for the past month, but at least Spider-Boy's first appearance had good company in this week's Coldest Comics. 

by Don | March 29, 2024

It may be time to hear the roar, again, because the ThunderCats are loose!