Hendersonville, TN: Revolutionary FREE software for comic book enthusiasts is set to take a bite out of EBay. Comic Collector LIVE is not scheduled for release until February, but already is on pace to register over 100,000 users by Valentine’s Day! Joe Butler, the developer, calls it the Superhero of Comic Collecting software because it does more than just organize, catalog, search, and do real time appraisals. Comic Collector LIVE also has the ability to allow the user to buy or sell comics to the CCL user base with just a click of the mouse.

Joe Butler, President and CEO of MidTen Media, Inc. and an avid comic book enthusiast, grew weary of trying to organize his large collection on a spreadsheet. So he decided to develop software that solved all the hassles most collectors encounter. The result is Comic Collector LIVE and it goes far beyond the average software on the market today. “This software really does it all!” says Butler. “ For comic book fans just starting a collection to serious collectors, Comic Collector LIVE allows the user to catalog, track, search by inker, event, writer and more, and manage all of your sales through a single interface that is on your local desktop while enjoying the ability to broadcast to the entire user base that you have the issue they are looking for.”

Steve Borock, President and primary grader of Comics Guaranty (CGC), expressed excitement at the capabilities of Comic Collector LIVE. “This software will be a great addition to the comic community,” said Steve. “Joe has developed a product that meets the many needs of comic collectors.”

Butler has also built into the system an affiliate program where you can make money every time a referral buys or sells comics. “The response from the comic book community has been overwhelmingly positive,” says Butler. Beta testing for early registrants is set for January 15th with the release of Comic Collector LIVE scheduled for February 5th.

MidTen Media Inc. has been an online enterprise doing banner advertising and e-mail marketing since 1999. It also owns a free server based game site called KERClink.com.