Antique Comics
American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1970s
American Comic Book Chronicles
The 1970s
Hardcover      ISBN: 1605490563
  • The American Comic Book Chronicles continues its ambitious series of full-color hardcovers, where TwoMorrows' top authors document every decade of comic book history from the 1940s to today Jason Sacks and Keith Dallas coordinate this vol
Overstreet's Comic Book Marketplace Yearbook: 2015-2016
Overstreet's Comic Book Marketplace Yearbook
2015-2016
Paperback      ISBN: 1603601805

Overstreet's Comic Book Marketplace Yearbook 2015-2016 features a special look Dean Mullaney's Eclipse Comics, their impact on creator ownership, manga, and more. Also in the spotlight are Valiant Entertainment's big Hollywood plans, the 75th anniversarie

Picker's Pocket Guide Comic Books: How to Pick Antiques Like a Pro
Picker's Pocket Guide Comic Books
How to Pick Antiques Like a Pro
Paperback      ISBN: 1440244987
COMICS PACK PUNCH

Comic book values are soaring. Superman's debut, Action Comics #1, sold for $3.2 million. The first appearance of Batman in Detective Comics #27 fetched $1 million. Exceptional examples? Certainly, but you don't need X-ray vision to see everyone from collectors to savvy investors covets vintage comic books. Discover for yourself what insiders have long known with this hands-on, how-to guide to picking comic books.

You'll uncover:

- The best comics to hunt, from the 1930s-1980s and beyond
- Where to find hidden treasures
- Practical strategies for buying and selling comic books
- How to flip comics for profit and fun
- Common reprints and facsimiles
- Restoration and repair
Whether for pleasure or profit, the Picker's Pocket Guide is a real find.
Rise of the Superheroes: Greatest Silver Age Comic Books and Characters
Rise of the Superheroes
Greatest Silver Age Comic Books and Characters
Hardcover      ISBN: 1440248168
They Could Be Heroes

Rise of the Superheroes--Greatest Silver Age Comic Books and Characters is a visual and entertaining adventure exploring one of the most popular and significant eras of comic book history. From 1956 to 1970, the era gave us Spider-Man, The Avengers, X-Men, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man and a flurry of other unforgettable and formidable characters.

The Silver Age redefined and immortalized superheroes as the massive pop culture titans they are today.

Lavishly illustrated with comic book covers and original art, the book chronicles:

- The new frontier of DC Comics, with a revamped Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, and new characters including Hawkman
- Marvel's new comics featuring Thor and The Fantastic Four
- The pop art years that saw Batman's "new look" and the TV series
- Independent characters, including Fat Fury and T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents
- Spotlights new and re-imagined superheroes, like Wonder Woman, who have become central to modern pop culture
- Includes values of these comics, which are popular with collectors
Thanks to the Silver Age, superheroes are bigger and badder than ever.