Category Archives: DC

The Beginning of the Comic Collecting Hobby

It’s a pretty well known fact that comic collecting began sometime in the 1960’s.  Sure…there were people collecting before then, but it really got going in this time frame.  At least, that is what the anecdotes say.  But is there … Continue reading

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Detective Comics 1-40 – A look at CGC and Gerber Data

This will be a short post…an addendum or sorts to my earlier post on Gerber Scarcity and early Golden Age keys.  I decided to bore into the data a little further by looking at one title, Detective, in a little … Continue reading

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Gerber Scarcity in the Internet Age

My thanks to Poverty_Row on the Collector’s Society boards for essentially acting as my editor on this post When a collector buys a given comic book, what drives that decision?  In my experience it can be a lot of things. … Continue reading

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Joe Kubert’s Tarzan

Today I wanted to post on another one of my favorite titles…the DC run of Tarzan by Joe Kubert.  These are just fantastic books – good storytelling wrapped in stylistic art work that keeps the reader wanting to turn the … Continue reading

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