|I've got a lot of these.|
I did some research on the internet and decided I would use the Collectorz comic cataloging software as I was able to try a free demo of it and found it was complex enough to record all my stuff but not overly-complicated to a point where I would have no clue what I was doing. Using various filter-options in the program I was able to assign groups of "boxes" which allowed me to figure out exactly which comic was in what box if I wanted to grab it later to sell (and of course I marked the boxes so I would know which one was Box 2 or Box 3, and so forth). I figured this was a good idea as actually taking all the comics I have here out of the boxes and trying to make an alphabetical order out of them would have quadrupled the amount of time it has so far taken me to record everything.
|This program has been serving me pretty well.|
I have pulled some of my favorite comics to the side for re-reading, and marveled at how some comics I remember being excited for turned out to be horrible. What is interesting is that much of the comics I personally treasure and wouldn't want to part with may be quite low in value, and many comics I lack a strong feeling about have gone-up in value. There are plenty of comics I dislike which are worth nothing of course, and some with a bit of value that I also enjoy, it just seems more often than not my favorites are not that popular with anyone else, or so many copies exist there is little value to them.
|One of my favorites I was happy to stumble upon,|
even if I doubt most people cared about Daken's comic.