Kings Comix - The Collectable Superstore!

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Kings Comix has been in business for over 17 years, with a reputation and specialization for rare collectibles. With over 1 million items in over 10,000 categories we have a very deep inventory. Collectibles ranging from Comic Books, Sports Cards, Magazines, Model kits to Gaming cards, Non-sports cards as well as Hardcover Books.

KingsComix.com can offer something for just about any collector. The collectible market is changing every year and we are trying to keep our inventory fresh with new collections monthly. With a inventory dating back as far as the 1800s on through to the modern day 21st century. We also carry Fine & Vintage Art Prints, Costume Jewelry and Rare Empheria. Try our on site search tool and don't be surprised if we have exactly what you are looking for.
Antiques
Record breaking sales on most items from the turn of the century seem to be the buzz in the industry. Many items from as far back as 16 century artwork to empheria seem to steal the headlines these days.
Americana antiques have been the driving force in collecting. Diversity is the way to buy in this growing field, which runs the trend from handcrafted quilts to wooden tools. Toys seem to hold a new excitement and attention for most buyers leading to tremendous bidding wars.
Carousels and Circus Memorabilia took giant leaps this decade. As is true as a child, everyone can remember the Big Show under the big top with all the memories associated with it’s place in American history, Many pocket books took interest with collectors looking for something unique to add to their collections. Traditional circus memorabilia (posters, toys, programs, and other small souvenirs) are suddenly sharing the spotlight increasingly with the hardware and actual trappings of the circus. Carousel figures, fairground displays, and booths are turning into remarkable sales with the largest growth in carved figures.
Dolls lead the pack with the thousands of antique fields to collect few can rival the tremendous popularity of the doll market. One of a kind and polymer clay sculpts lead the industry. Many porcelain mold artists are transitioning quickly into this field. Bisque and many turn of the century manufacturers are reprinting their work to millions in revenue.
Motion Picture Memorabilia, America’s love affair with the silver screen shows no sign of abating. For over 85 years America and the world has watched and adored the stars of yester year. Film buffs continue to chase after this wonderful and exciting field. Collecting artifacts from movie sets, scripts, promotional items, and thousands of other products associated with the movie industry.

Books
The most important role in book collecting is condition. As a whole books in Fine and near mint condition have appreciated as well or better than any other investment. Books in lower grades have not seen the price increase but still hold a value to readers as opposed to collectors. Most books in first print are holding strong with latter editions at half price to almost below cover price. There seems to be a now growing trend in printed facsimiles which are exact reprints of valuable first editions. We now can read via the internet almost at will with PDF taking on strong on every PC around the world but still nothing can replace a nice rainy day and a book to read under a warm lamp.

Comic Books
If I could earn a dime from everyone who asks me if their 1990’s Image comics have gone up in price I would probably be able to afford my next comic collection. New comic collectors should learn how to asses the prospective value of a comic in order to protect themselves from being taken advantage of by dealers alike. There are eight standard grades: mint, near mint, very fine, fine, very good, good, fair, and poor. These grades can be pulled into finer categories when grading or selling it. For most golden age comic issues, there are no known mint condition examples. Silver age and Bronze age have seen some gems in mint recently but since paper naturally degenerates this will be an ongoing issue. There seems to be a 3-5% yearly increase in pre 1970’s on back to the turn of the century comics. This not only a great and healthy industry but a fun one at that.

Gaming Cards the phenomenon known as The collectable card game (CCG). Starting all the way back to the idea of playing cards a Seattle teenager thought of a way to pass his time in college. Richard Garfield devised a game with cards as the catalyst. With the genre of Fantasy and the mechanics of playing cards he worked his way to now over 45 sets and millions of players. This was the CCG revolution that has spawned over 400 collectable card games. This industry has made it’s way into local comic and sports card stores alike. Playing and running events has increased sales across the board and revitalized a whole new market.

Magazines are the culture of the information age for humanity. This media has captured time and saved it in a time capsule. In the last 10 years magazine sales have tripled and the demand for pre-world war material has even quadrupled. This lost media has not completely been replaced by computers for information as the media still hold enough value to collectors to seek.

Memorabilia can be classified under sports, antique, paper & autographed products.
Sports memorabilia
Whether it’s a Hall of Famer’s game used uniform or one of the exact replica jerseys made by various manufacturers, memorabilia comes in all different shapes, styles and price ranges. The list of items that are under this genre are equipment, uniforms and jerseys, pennants, pins, tickets and ticket stubs, publications, books, media guides, tam yearbooks, Scorecards and programs, schedules, championship event items & commemorative items.
Memorabilia in all other classifications include empheria signed or printed, civil war uniforms, guns, any kind of antique clothing, and, pins, tickets and ticket stubs, publications, books, media guides.

Toys & Figures
The market is once again on a decidedly unpredictable spin. Trends continue to rise and fall at a fast pace while the quality toys, as always, are in demand. Online sales show incredible increases from year to year. And the term action figure is the heat of the steam. In the late 1970s and beginning 1980s, all antique toys went through a slump in both market price and activity. Most of this now has turned around for most MIB, SIB, and just about anything in it’s original packaging to a sellers market. The 21st century shows a bright future for the toy market and sales.

Trading Cards
The trading card market is a wonderful rollercoaster with it’s ups and downs.
Sports cards are doing well since the resurgence of the Jersey card. Cutting up a vintage Babe Ruth jersey isn’t my idea of showing respect to the old babe but most people would love to be able to afford a piece of history. The overall card market has seen better days but is on the recent rise due to incredible new waves of sports talent in football, basketball and baseball. Movie and non-sport related trading cards have gone in the direction of cut memorabilia and autographs randomly inserted into packs.

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Kings Comix has been in business for over 17 years, with a reputation and specialization for rare collectibles. With over 1 million items in over 10,000 categories we have a very deep inventory. Collectibles ranging from Comic Books, Sports Cards, Magazines, Model kits to Gaming cards, Non-sports cards as well as Hardcover Books.

KingsComix.com can offer something for just about any collector. The collectible market is changing every year and we are trying to keep our inventory fresh with new collections monthly. With a inventory dating back as far as the 1800s on through to the modern day 21st century. We also carry Fine & Vintage Art Prints, Costume Jewelry and Rare Empheria. Try our on site search tool and don't be surprised if we have exactly what you are looking for.
Antiques
Record breaking sales on most items from the turn of the century seem to be the buzz in the industry. Many items from as far back as 16 century artwork to empheria seem to steal the headlines these days.
Americana antiques have been the driving force in collecting. Diversity is the way to buy in this growing field, which runs the trend from handcrafted quilts to wooden tools. Toys seem to hold a new excitement and attention for most buyers leading to tremendous bidding wars.
Carousels and Circus Memorabilia took giant leaps this decade. As is true as a child, everyone can remember the Big Show under the big top with all the memories associated with it’s place in American history, Many pocket books took interest with collectors looking for something unique to add to their collections. Traditional circus memorabilia (posters, toys, programs, and other small souvenirs) are suddenly sharing the spotlight increasingly with the hardware and actual trappings of the circus. Carousel figures, fairground displays, and booths are turning into remarkable sales with the largest growth in carved figures.
Dolls lead the pack with the thousands of antique fields to collect few can rival the tremendous popularity of the doll market. One of a kind and polymer clay sculpts lead the industry. Many porcelain mold artists are transitioning quickly into this field. Bisque and many turn of the century manufacturers are reprinting their work to millions in revenue.
Motion Picture Memorabilia, America’s love affair with the silver screen shows no sign of abating. For over 85 years America and the world has watched and adored the stars of yester year. Film buffs continue to chase after this wonderful and exciting field. Collecting artifacts from movie sets, scripts, promotional items, and thousands of other products associated with the movie industry.

Books
The most important role in book collecting is condition. As a whole books in Fine and near mint condition have appreciated as well or better than any other investment. Books in lower grades have not seen the price increase but still hold a value to readers as opposed to collectors. Most books in first print are holding strong with latter editions at half price to almost below cover price. There seems to be a now growing trend in printed facsimiles which are exact reprints of valuable first editions. We now can read via the internet almost at will with PDF taking on strong on every PC around the world but still nothing can replace a nice rainy day and a book to read under a warm lamp.

Comic Books
If I could earn a dime from everyone who asks me if their 1990’s Image comics have gone up in price I would probably be able to afford my next comic collection. New comic collectors should learn how to asses the prospective value of a comic in order to protect themselves from being taken advantage of by dealers alike. There are eight standard grades: mint, near mint, very fine, fine, very good, good, fair, and poor. These grades can be pulled into finer categories when grading or selling it. For most golden age comic issues, there are no known mint condition examples. Silver age and Bronze age have seen some gems in mint recently but since paper naturally degenerates this will be an ongoing issue. There seems to be a 3-5% yearly increase in pre 1970’s on back to the turn of the century comics. This not only a great and healthy industry but a fun one at that.

Gaming Cards the phenomenon known as The collectable card game (CCG). Starting all the way back to the idea of playing cards a Seattle teenager thought of a way to pass his time in college. Richard Garfield devised a game with cards as the catalyst. With the genre of Fantasy and the mechanics of playing cards he worked his way to now over 45 sets and millions of players. This was the CCG revolution that has spawned over 400 collectable card games. This industry has made it’s way into local comic and sports card stores alike. Playing and running events has increased sales across the board and revitalized a whole new market.

Magazines are the culture of the information age for humanity. This media has captured time and saved it in a time capsule. In the last 10 years magazine sales have tripled and the demand for pre-world war material has even quadrupled. This lost media has not completely been replaced by computers for information as the media still hold enough value to collectors to seek.

Memorabilia can be classified under sports, antique, paper & autographed products.
Sports memorabilia
Whether it’s a Hall of Famer’s game used uniform or one of the exact replica jerseys made by various manufacturers, memorabilia comes in all different shapes, styles and price ranges. The list of items that are under this genre are equipment, uniforms and jerseys, pennants, pins, tickets and ticket stubs, publications, books, media guides, tam yearbooks, Scorecards and programs, schedules, championship event items & commemorative items.
Memorabilia in all other classifications include empheria signed or printed, civil war uniforms, guns, any kind of antique clothing, and, pins, tickets and ticket stubs, publications, books, media guides.

Toys & Figures
The market is once again on a decidedly unpredictable spin. Trends continue to rise and fall at a fast pace while the quality toys, as always, are in demand. Online sales show incredible increases from year to year. And the term action figure is the heat of the steam. In the late 1970s and beginning 1980s, all antique toys went through a slump in both market price and activity. Most of this now has turned around for most MIB, SIB, and just about anything in it’s original packaging to a sellers market. The 21st century shows a bright future for the toy market and sales.

Trading Cards
The trading card market is a wonderful rollercoaster with it’s ups and downs.
Sports cards are doing well since the resurgence of the Jersey card. Cutting up a vintage Babe Ruth jersey isn’t my idea of showing respect to the old babe but most people would love to be able to afford a piece of history. The overall card market has seen better days but is on the recent rise due to incredible new waves of sports talent in football, basketball and baseball. Movie and non-sport related trading cards have gone in the direction of cut memorabilia and autographs randomly inserted into packs.

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