Best sites for investing in comic books comicconnect.com Comic book collecting is a serious investment these days. Comics used to be traded among the clutter of eBay and Amazon, but investor demands have spawned auction sites such as ComicConnect. The platform is easy to use and is an alternative to consignment and auction houses. For example, the site lets buyers and sellers indicate preferred prices. It has set records for comic auction prices and features thousands of comics. The staff will also answer calls and e-mails from participants. comics.ha.com Collectors of antique comics and rare comic art frequent this site, which will either buy your comics or help you to sell on a consignment basis. It deals in comics that are worth as much as US$4 million. The site assembles a 'Wanted List' of comics. It posts comic-collecting news in multiple languages. A 'What's it Worth?' search engine helps you estimate the value of that first issue of Batman you might have in your collection. An in-house, online magazine analyses and features comics and other pop culture memorabilia. pcei.com The comic brokerage site claims to offers the lowest commissions. It also claims to offer the largest online comic book trading site specialising in comics from 1933 to 1969. Along with sales, it offers restoration, insurance, grading and consulting services to add and maintain your collection's value. With more than US$1 million in average inventory and links to global collectors, it provides a high level of information about market prices for collectibles.