While everyone's heard stories of people cleaning out an attic to find
comic books they sold at a hefty profit, it's not just the older books that
are valuable. Even comic books from the last 20 years are becoming more
collectible. Some have jumped from just a few dollars each five years ago to $50 to $100 today. Smart collectors are finding that they can make money off of this trend, but only if they treat it like they would any serious
Today we were joined by the co-owner of Metropolis Collectibles, Vincent Zurzolo.
Vincent Zurzolo is co-owner of the New York-based Metropolis
Collectibles, the world's largest vintage comic book dealership, and ComicConnect.com, the largest online vintage comic auction house. He and his partner, Stephen Fishler, hold five Guinness World Records for the most expensive comics and related collectibles ever sold.
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