There are many genres of comic books, including science-fiction, fantasy, crime, drama, horror, and science-fiction. Superheroes like Batman and Superman are two of the most popular types.
In 1896, comic books were published for the first time in America. Comic books were hugely popular and publishers began to publish more titles featuring new stories and characters. They were based on content from newspaper comic strips. Later, they became popular and publishers started printing original content. You can also find comic book stores (also known as Magasin de Bandes dessines in the French language)through many online sources.
Superman, one of the most beloved comic characters, was first introduced in 1938. Comic books are available in many formats today, including webcomics and graphic novels. It's fun to collect comic books and you can even become a collector if you have enough. You would be involved in the buying and selling of comic books as well as protecting your collection.
It is easier to find newer versions than older ones. You can find new ones at comic book shops, toy shops, and book stores as well as corner markets. You might need to dig a bit for older editions. Old editions are often available in book shops. Many websites offer interesting items, such as Heritage Comics and eBay. People may want to get rid of old books and post ads on Craigslist.
You may decide to sell a part of your collection as a collector. You will need to determine the value of your collection based on its condition. The next step is to decide where you want to sell them. There are two options: you can sell them to a bookstore or an auction site. They are more likely to purchase them from you for a lower price than what you would receive otherwise.
You can protect your books collection by placing them in a mylar bag with a piece of cardboard. This will keep them from being bent. The collection can be stored in a cardboard box specifically designed for these books. All of these storage items can be found at any comic shop. Place the cardboard box that contains your collection somewhere dry.