Sotheby’s hosted a rare collection of DC Comics from collection of British music producer, Ian Levine, offered through private sale yesterday
Jim Aparo’s Detective Comics #444 cover offered for sale on ComicArtFans
Collector Steven Morger has some classic US comic art up for sale on ComicArtFans, including this amazing Detective Comics #444 cover by Jim Aparo
Happy 80th Birthday, Batman!
As fans across the globe prepare to celebrate Batman’s 80th birthday tomorrow, Saturday 30th March, the comic book series that first launched the crime fighting adventures of the world’s most popular Super Hero reaches a milestone this week with the… Read More ›
In Memoriam: Comic Artist Norm Breyfogle
We’re sorry to report the passing of award-winning American comic artist Norm Breyfogle, aged 58, and artist perhaps best known for his work on DC Comics Batman and Detective Comics, who worked with a number of British creators over his… Read More ›
Judging a Comic by its Cover: Some Early Favourites
More than anything else, comics sell on their covers, but which ones stick most in your mind in your years of collecting? For me, there are plenty, but here are just a few that caught my attention at an early… Read More ›
When Batman got Knocked Off – and encountered British comics “The Spider” along the way!
In the first of a series of articles, publisher, comics creator and historian of Tamil comics King Viswa reveals some disturbing and bizarre instances of comics copyright theft by a Tamil comics publisher… Research and documents prove that the first… Read More ›
Detective Comics #27 flies for £28,200 in British comics auction
Multiple bidding in the room from their live internet feed and three transatlantic telephones led to some impressive results from the Dominic Winter/ Comic Book Auctions on Thursday night, including the headline sale of a copy of Detective Comics #27… Read More ›
Detective Comics 27 goes under a UK hammer
Rare and much sought-after US comics, including Detective Comics #27, featuring the first appearance of Batman, will go under the hammer in Gloucestershire next week. The auction of US comics from a ‘one owner’ collection will take place on Thursday… Read More ›
Is The Dandy the World’s Oldest Comic?
Mooching through some piles of old comics over the weekend, one of our readers noticed a 2007 issue of The Dandy (Issue 3007) proudly proclaimed the title was now a “record breaking longest running comic ever!” Thanks to The Dandy‘s… Read More ›