Buying Your Stuff

We will buy any collection as long as the price is right!

Are you looking to sell part or all of your collection? Here is what you need to do:
  1.  Be local. At this time we are not buying collections that need to be shipped to us.
  2. Walk-ins are welcome, however if you call or email ahead of time to make an appointment, we can ensure an authorized buyer will be in store when you get there and give you a faster offer.
  3. Be willing to sell. We aren’t in the business of appraising what your collection is worth. The only number we will giving you is what we are looking to pay for it. If you just want to know what it is worth, then please just buy a price guide.
  4. Have your Key Issues separated ahead of time to speed up the process. These are often times the bread and butter of whether or not we are interested in buying your collection. Key Issues would be first appearances of well know characters (i.e. Incredible Hulk #181-1st appearance of Wolverine; Walking Dead #19-1st appearance of Michonne, etc), classic story lines (i.e. Death of Gwen Stacy, Dark Phoenix Saga, etc.) or popular Indy books with low print runs (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Walking Dead, etc).
To schedule an appointment to sell you collection please contact:
  • For our Nashville store, call 615-883-7890
  • For our Clarksville store, call 931-401-1014
These factors are also something to take into consideration when we quote you a price:

WE ARE A BUSINESS that has to make money to stay open. So just because your comic is worth $50, doesn’t mean we will give you $50 for it. We have to be able to buy it and turn it around and sell it for a profit. Thus you won’t be getting the prices you listed in any price guides for anything you have to sell us. Please don’t be offended when what we offer you is less than what it’s worth.

CONDITION IS EVERYTHING. It doesn’t matter how old it is, if it’s in horrible shape, it’s probably worth only a tiny fraction of what you think it is.

MODERN DAY ISSUE #1’s AREN’T ALWAYS KEY ISSUES ANYMORE. Just because you have a #1, it does not mean that your book holds any value. In recent years many of the publishers have re-started and re-started a title over and over again, so modern day #1’s aren’t nearly as rare or sought after as Golden and Silver Age #1’s.

’90s BOOKS AREN’T USUALLY THAT RARE. Most books from the late ’80s and most of the ’90s have not held their value and we see in just about every collection we buy. Case in point, Jim Lee's X-Men #1 sold 8.1 million copies and currently holds the Guinness Book of World Records as the most copies ever sold for one issue! While all books didn't sell 8 million, there are a lot of copies out there across the board for most books.