Tag Archie Comics

Covered 365: Day 96

Archie Comics #96 – Archie Publications, December 1958 – Artist: ? Harry Lucey??. You knew a romance themed one was coming soon after the willpower I showed laying of the recent Teen Confessions and you know much like Agatha Christie…

Undervalued Spotlight #230

Archie Comics #96, Archie Comic Publications, (November 1958) Happy Valentine’s Day everyone. The Valentine’s Day Spotlight is my favorite post of the year. I always have way too many candidates and I always over think the whole thing, wanting to…

Undervalued Spotlight #137

Archie Comics #7, MLJ Magazines (March-April 1944) I heard through a contact that a CGC graded 6.5 Pep Comics #22 (1st appearance Archie Andrews, Dec 1941) sold for around $120,000. The deal apparently went down at a dealer booth at…

Auction Highlights 67

Auction Highlights #67 ComicLink’s June Focused Auction ends Friday June 22nd. All the books listed below sold between Tuesday June 19th and Thursday June 21st. It was one of those Marvel top heavy auctions with the House of Ideas hogging…

Undervalued Spotlight #125

Chilling Adventures in Sorcery (As Told By Sabrina) #1, Archie Publications, September 1972 Here’s a great little book that I think has a lot going for it. I found my copy accidentally while looking for some paperwork, I forgot I…

Comic Culture July 13th

Great show this week as hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija discuss Batman Live scoops dug out by Daniel Campion, Comic Culture’s own  intrepid London  report, TinTin movie news, troubles  at Archie Comics and much more. Our regular features include…

Undervalued Spotlight #61

Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Comics #5, Dell Publishing, March 1942 The funny animal genre used to be a very important genre in the high end comic collectible market. Looking back at Overstreet Price Guide #14 (1984/85 with the Katy…

Cliff Chiang's Archie 50 Cover Project

Cliff Chiang shares his cover for the Hero Initiative’s newest cover project, which features artists drawing their own rendition of the cover to Archie #600. You can check out more covers and read more about the project here. Is it…

Sleepy Censor #13

Ahhh. Archie comics in the 1960’s. The success of the Archie comics over the years had brought forth a number of spin-off titles to help satiate the hungry consumer’s need for wholesome, good-hearted family fun. And of course, what better way than to poke light at the romance between Betty and Archie.