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Results of the October Monthly
The ComicConnect October Monthly Auction ended Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 12AM EDT.
“The ComicConnect October Monthly Auction had an amazing 4,500 comics up for grabs including keys, rarities and collection ready group lots!” said Rob Reynolds, Director of Consignments.
New! Upcoming Superhero Movies
It seems like new comic-based TV shows and movies are announced daily. With so much Hollywood comic book action happening, even we can barely keep up! THUS OUR COMIC BOOK MOVIE UPDATE PAGE IS BORN! This is your one-stop shop for keys and comics sure to explode in value due to upcoming comic book movies and TV series. Listed below are the most recently announced and rumored propert…
CGC 9.0 Action Comics #1 Tops $3.2 Million
The price for a copy of the first appearance of Superman keeps going up, up and away. With two days to go, the CGC-certified 9.0 copy of Action Comics #1 listed on eBay by Pristine Comics, was already the all-time record for the most valuable comic book ever sold. And it wasn’t nearly done.
A bid at 4:50 PM PDT on Friday, August 22, brought the comic to $2,100,000, a mere $60,000…
Comic Investing in the News
ComicConnect’s COO Vincent Zurzolo was recently interviewed on FOX Business and by the Wall Street Journal! Businessmen who have been striking out in the stock market have been asking where else can they invest their hard-earned money? Comic Books are a strong non-traditional option for investors. Below are two most recent interviews on Comic Books
5 SESSIONS, LOTS ENDING 1 MIN APART BEGINS NOV 10, ENDING WEEK OF DEC 1