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Old 04-15-24, 08:26 AM
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Re: The "comics are too expensive" thread

Originally Posted by Bronkster
Since I started selling comics on Ebay I've been picking up Overstreet's again. Not for pricing, but it's a great reference for figuring out how long a series ran, which volume of Spider-Man that #6 issue is from (vol 12??), and just looking up the odd title I see in my journeys.
I find that this is a pretty good resource for that sort of thing as well.

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Old 04-15-24, 11:32 AM
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Re: The "comics are too expensive" thread

Originally Posted by Spiderbite
I do also use a few online reference sites, but prefer the ease of flipping through a book. I'm stubborn that way.

A great site for gleaning just about every detail possible about a particular issue is comics.org. I use it a lot for verifying golden age information.

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