Tracking Your Comic Collection

Have you got too many long boxes filled with so many comics, that you’ve lost track of what’s here and what’s there?

here’s a list of resources / Program’s that just might help:-

Comicbase. – Comicbase is the premium downloadable database programme for comics. If you’ve got less than 500 comics then it’s definitely worth giving Comicbase Free a try, but there are a variety of other options available including Comicbase Express, Professional Edition, Archive Edition and a Blu-Ray Edition.

Comic Book DB – A free community style resource for updating details on old and new comics, and tracking your collection.  

Comic Book Realm – Another free site in a similar vein to Comic Book DB, with a burgeoning community a nice easy to use interface.

Comic Collector – Collectorz’ comic collector is an affordable option for downloadable database, which links to their Comic Collector Database of over 160,000 titles.

Comic Collector Live – Comic Collector live has a downladable database linked to their online comic marketplace. The software has an annual fee of $29.95.

Comics Price Guide – An Annual fee of $44.95 will let you track more than 50 comics (monthly options are available) online, and like ComicbookDB and Comicbookream, relies on community activity.

Personallly, I found Comic Book Realm was the best option for me, but they’re all worth a look at to see what’s right for you.

If there are any other I’ve missed, let me know in the comments section.

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  1. Comic Book DB is the place for me – easy to upload and see everything in one place at one timeMine is in the public collection listed as “BrikHed”

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