hobbyDB Team Posts

The 10 Most Expensive Comic Books Are Worth A Bit More Than Their Cover Price

The 10 Most Expensive Comic Books Are Worth A Bit More Than Their Cover Price

If you’re looking for a way to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, then perhaps you could afford one vintage comic book at an auction. Yes, the most expensive comic books start there and can climb well north of $1,000,000! Spoilers: expect to see a lot of superhero debuts on this list. 10: Flash Comics #1 […]

The Forgotten Mustang

Mustang fans across the world celebrated its 50th anniversary last year with one slight problem… They were 2 years late. The first production Mustang rolled off the lines on March 9th, 1964, but 3 years prior Lee Iocacca and a committee of Ford Managers were looking for an answer to GM’s successful Corvair Monza. That answer came […]

Mustang Collectors Contest

Welcome to the Mustang Collector’s Contest! We host the hobbyDB collector’s contests to bring collectors from different collecting communities together to share their knowledge and expertise. The ultimate goal is for hobbyDB project members from all categories to catalog every collectible ever made. This contest is for Muscle Machines Maniacs and Ford Mustang Fanatics. The Original […]

Andy Goodman on collecting, family, and hobbyDB.

Andy Goodman on collecting, family, and hobbyDB.

Our Hot Wheels, M2 Machines, Jada and Muscle Machines listings have had a huge boost over the last few months as popular diecast database modelpackrat.com merged with hobbyDB, bringing its 10,000+ diecast listings with it. To mark the occasion – and his addition to the illustrious hobbyDB Advisory Board – we sat down with the […]

Displaying your Collection so you look like a Decorator, not a Hoarder

What good is a collection if you can’t display it and enjoy it? We’ve gathered several unique, creative and visually appealing collection displays to help inspire you in your efforts to display your collected objects proudly. Antique weathervanes hung on the wall: Photo courtesy of Steven Randazzo for iVillage.com Vintage cameras hung with velcro and […]