Collector since I was 8, never thrown any comic away in all that time (45 years!). Expertise in Marvel and DC superhero comics but also knowledgeable about a variety of independents as well. Know a lot about 1960s and 1970s stuff. NOT an expert on prices or relative commercial values -please don't ask what a comic is worth.
Several decades of comic reading and collecting.
Inner Circle Writers' Group
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Bit of a broad question to answer. Comics started getting 'darker' in the 1980s. A turning point was Watchmen by Alan Moore. Try picking up the series you're interested in from the late 1980s and see
What makes Marvel different from DC Comics? Check this out: http://www.clarendonhousebooks.com/#!Marvel-Comics-and-Movies-Why-DC-can-never-e
There are a few different versions of Sandman around. Was it something like this? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/8b/Sandman_1974_issue1.jpg Or was it older, like this? http://westfieldcomics
1. What do you think are the difficulties for someone who wants to get into comics? That depends what level you want to "get into". Professional levels are very difficult, but there are always possibilities
What is it about Wolverine that keeps the fans coming back? Why do people relate with him? Because of the underlying dichotomy in his character: he is gruff, aggressive, unapproachable and yet compassionate