Comic Books: Collection Management Tips

Our system allows you to manage an online representation of your own personal collection of Comic Books. There is no software to download and you can export your collection at any time via either spreadsheet or printable format. You'll find a set of tabs within every item in the archives that allow you to add that item to your personal collection or wishlist. Below are a few tips for getting the most out of our collection management system.

Adding Comic Books to your Collection

All of the Comic Books in our database archives have an individual details page. On that page are a number of tabbed areas. One of those tabs is labeled My Collection. You can click that tab to add that individual item to your collection. The brief form will ask you a small handful of option questions like what condition the item is in, how much you paid for it and any general notes you'd like to attach. Then, depending on the specific collection that item is in, the form may also ask you specific details that may pertain only to that type of collectible that may be of interest for you to track. For instance, the Comic Books collection also asks you if you'd like to store information about any of the following:

  • Grading Company
  • Professional Grade
  • Professional Grade ID
  • Degree Of Restoration
  • Page Quality
  • Type of Holder
  • Pedigree

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Get the most out of your chirps with these few tips:

  1. Use @username to mention a specific user.
  2. Use @GCIN (replace GCIN with the proper number) to mention an individual item.
  3. Use #subdomain to mention a specific collection. To find the subdomain of a collection, simply look up in your browser's address bar. The subdomain is the letters that follow the 'http://', but come before the ''. For example, the subdomain for would just be comics (used as #comics).
  4. Use a hashtag (#) directly in front of a word to make it a search link.

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