It wasn't previously thought to be a particularly important issue in the 50-year career of Marvel's friendly neighborhood wall-crawler, but 1990's Amazing Spider-Man #328 has ended up in the history books - and it's all because of the cover. Well, it does feature Sp
Less than a week after Superman's first appearance in "Action Comics" #1 sold at auction for a record-setting $1,000,000, Bleeding Cool is reporting that "Detective Comics" #27, the first appearance of Batman, has shattered that record with a Bruce Wayne-sized $1,075,000 price tag, thus ensuring that Comics Retailers are going to have a fun week dealing with people demanding their million for copies of 1992's "Batman: Shadow of the Bat" #1.
Presumably, this all comes down to the fact that in today's economy, a mild-mannered reporter just can't keep up with a billionaire playboy. But whoever ended up buying this one, we here at ComicsAlliance have some bad news: You got totally ripped off. Our copy of "The Batman Chronicles" v.1 has Batman's first appearance an
Have you ever wanted to be known as the world's only supervillain without having to go through all the effort of kicking police in front of trains or toppling skyscrapers? Well now you can bidding in Mark Millar and Dynamic Forces' "Win The Title Role In 'Nemesis' Auction" on eBay.
The latest in a line Millar-conceived comic book identities to be auctioned off for ch
Do you want your friends, family and surrounding random strangers to kneel before you as they would kneel before Zod? If you've got an extra $15,000 burning a hole in your pocket, you could very well get your wish
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) is planning a big auction at Comic-Con next month in collaboration with the comic shop Things from Another World, selling art from generous comics creators to raise funds for the first amendment rights charity.
If you're a creator, get on board this train and pull the whist
Comic City, Detroit's hometown comic book chain announces its raffle to benefit The Hero Initiative. Don't miss out on the amazing raffle items, which include items from creators such as Joss Whedon, Neil Gaiman, Simone Bianchi, Brian K. Vaughan and Tim S
This is the big one! The CBLDF holds its biggest auction of the year at Comic-Con, and this year brings some amazing one-of-a-kind items to raise money for free speech! This year's items include original art by Jim Lee, Jeff Smith, Todd McFarlane, Paul Pope, Neil Gaiman, Brian Bendis, Jim Starlin, David Lloyd, Juan Santacruz, Terry Moore, and many, many, many more! Click here for a full illustrated preview!
You will need a bidder number for this auction, which can be obtained, along with a full auction list, at the CBLDF booth #1831 or at the start of the event. The CBLDF Auction will b