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Top-10 Most-Valuable Comic Books Found on hobbyDB

Top-10 Most-Valuable Comic Books Found on hobbyDB

It’s National Comic Book Day (Sept. 25) and we’re throwing up the Bat Signal to all comic book fans, collectors and enthusiasts! We’re on a mission at hobbyDB to document every collectible ever. That includes thousands upon thousands of issues and publications from more than 200 recognized comic book brands. But it’s going to take […]

Introducing Devil’s Due Comics: The FIRST Comic Publisher to Join the hobbyDB Archives

Introducing Devil’s Due Comics: The FIRST Comic Publisher to Join the hobbyDB Archives

We’re super excited to announce that Devil’s Due Comics is the FIRST Comic Book publisher to bring their massive creativity and pioneering outlook to the hobbyDB Database. Devil’s Due is a North American based comic book publisher and pop culture content creator. With hundreds of comic books carrying the Devil’s Due brand name since its […]

Tips and Tricks to Grade and Value Your Collection

Tips and Tricks to Grade and Value Your Collection

Most collectors, no matter what their interest, generally like to have a bit of an idea of what their collection might be worth. Even if you never intend to sell it, knowing the value of your collection is always worthwhile. Knowing how to grade and value your collection is, well, valuab.e The Grading System While […]

From Marvel to Marbles to Mar-Vell to Ms.: The Crazy History of Captain Marvel

From Marvel to Marbles to Mar-Vell to Ms.: The Crazy History of Captain Marvel

The early audience reviews for the new Captain Marvel film were not very good. In fact, they pretty much trashed the movie. The problem was, those reviews came out before the film was even released. It was a case of trolling fueled by… who even knows anymore? Something to do with the character suddenly being […]

Hey, That’s Not Santa! Collectibles in Claus Costumes

Hey, That’s Not Santa! Collectibles in Claus Costumes

One of the greatest, most mysterious super-spies in history is hitting his busy season. He’s been surveying you and everyone in the world ’round the clock, ’round the calendar. He’s been compiling notes on everyone’s behavior in order to exact his own special brand of justice. But on Christmas Eve, Santa Claus rolls up his […]

Cartoonist, Writer, Collaborator: What I Learned From Stan Lee

Cartoonist, Writer, Collaborator: What I Learned From Stan Lee

The world of comics and pop culture in general lost a titan this week when Stan Lee, the biggest driving force behind Marvel Comics, died at the age of 95. His impact on comic book fans can’t be measured. Neither can his impact on comics creators. Lee started with a company called Timely Comics in […]

“Marvelocity” Covers The Marvel-ous Career of Alex Ross

“Marvelocity” Covers The Marvel-ous Career of Alex Ross

It’s been 15 years since the the publication of “Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross,” a hefty collection of his fine art approach to superhero storytelling. But in the last decade, it would seem that Marvel has overtaken DC, certainly in the cinematic world, so it’s a good time his work for Marvel […]

6 of the Most Bizarre Comic Books Ever Written

6 of the  Most Bizarre Comic Books Ever Written

Many popular comic books are pretty odd, but you have to try really hard to make one of the most bizarre comic books ever. Seriously, a boy develops superhuman speed and strength after being bitten by a spider? A journalist by day is actually Superman, a crime-fighting alien with the powers of flight, x-ray vision, […]

A Beginner’s Guide to the Green Arrow

A Guest Blog Post by  This article was originally written for Rareburg, who in 2016,  joined forces with hobbyDB to provide an excellent source of collectible knowhow for the community.  As the Arrow TV series has been back on our screens for a while now and I am a big fan of the hooded vigilante […]

How Star Trek Changed Geek Culture Forever

How Star Trek Changed Geek Culture Forever

A long time ago in a galaxy far from the Star Wars universe, there was one sci-fi franchise that had re-defined the rules for exploiting intellectual property and really changed two mediums forever; film and television. Of course, we’re talking about Star Trek. What people forget is that even during the original series’ legendary run […]

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