A comic book cover designed with a width doubled its regular size, and which can then be folded out.
A term used in comic book grading that describes the perfect or pristine condition of a comic book.
This pertains to the categories in comics that are classified according to content and form such as humor, horror, science fiction, among others.
A comic book copy intended for promotional purposes or a comic to be given away.
This refers to the cardboard glasses with red and blue cellophane attached to a 3-D comic book.
This refers to cardboard glasses with red and blue cellophane which is not attached to a 3-D comic book.
Comic books published from 1938 to 1945, which had introduced to the world famous superheroes of all time such as Superman, Batman, Captain America, among many others.
Good Girl Art
This pertains to a certain style of comic art that depicts women in a sexually provocative manner. This kind of art had been very popular in the 1930s to 1950s.
A comic book cover designed with a different art style with the use of a pencil or charcoal on the drawing to enhance or bring out a desired effect of light and shadow. Comics with a Grey-tone Cover are highly desirable by collectors.
This refers to a comic book professional who meticulously examines and ascertains the actual condition of a comic and grades it accordingly.