I enjoy physical media. When it comes to music I'll stream stuff, but I'm also a fan of vinyl, cassette tapes, and CDs. I have a soft spot for VHS tapes and DVDs as well. I--obviously--like reading comics in their physical form too. Therefore, I always like to pick up a copy of, "The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide," when it comes out every year. Yes, the prices for newer and hot comics can fluctuate quite rapidly and therefore the book is outdated in that regard the moment it is published. That said, it is a fantastic reference for older books such as Golden Age titles that might not be spotted for sale on an online auction site or such for years at a time.
The guide also contains cool articles, insight into the comic market by the, "Overstreet Advisors," along with reports about popular titles, and simply is fun to flip through! It won't provide up-to-the-minute data about how stuff is selling in the same manner as a site like Covrprice (which I also like using), but it is a fantastic reference and always worth checking out when it's published over the Summer. I'm pleased to have picked up my copy of the 53rd edition of, "The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide," and am having fun reading about comic-books within its many pages. It may not be the only resource for pricing comics anymore, but it still can be quite useful. Plus, as I said, it's good reading!
5 out of 5 stars.