Current Official Version:
ComicBase 2022 (v22.0.2)
Latest Interim Build:
Last Content Update:
Wednesday, August 10, 2022 4:51:00 PM

Titles: 67,256
Comics: 1,020,081
Publishers: 8,030

Total value of comics listed: $78,106,224.00


  • Information and actual market pricing for over one million comics—virtually every English-language comic published since 1878. Foreign comics too!
  • Weekly content and price updates based on actual market values—keep you up to date with the latest information.
  • New: Enhanced variant handling with a new item description field and the ability to handle hundreds of variants for a single issue
  • New: Getting Started wizard sets up the most important program options with just a few clicks.
  • New: Dark themes give your collection a bold, modern look
  • Over 850,000 full-color covers for Archive Edition users—plus new cover downloading. A crucial aid to variant identification, as well as an amazing visual reference.
  • Quick Start for Archive Edition lets you get going with a tiny fraction of the download time and disk space previously required
  • New: Find and Replace lets you easily make changes across the entire database
  • Go beyond comics: ComicBase 2022 now lets you manage your book and magazine collections too!
  • Works with the free ComicBase Mobile app for iOS and Android to let you view your collection and add new purchases from your phone or tablet! (*Pro and Archive editions)
  • Integrates with Atomic Avenue to let you locate hard-to-find comics; also sell comics only with your own online store!
  • Compatible with Windows 8 and later, including Windows 10 and Windows 11.


These great folks are making ComicBase even better by sending in new information and pictures using ComicBase's Submit New or Corrected Data command. You can help too! Get one point for each new picture submitted, or correction/addition accepted.

Name Pts.
1. Andre JCC Bouchard 1,755,169
2. Frank Colasurdo 914,666
3. Robert Wood 484,979
4. Aaron Stile 260,552
5. Barry John Shepherd 202,185
6. Moshe Leimberg 138,681
7. Douglas W. McCratic 84,668
9. Steven L. Dasinger 62,470
10. Lyle Brown 46,530

Live Wednesday at 4:00pm Central!

ComicBase Livestream #100: Quick! To the Batmobile!

On this 100th livestream, we're positively awash in industry news--from Warner Bros. Discovery shredding almost a hundred million bucks on the cancelled Batgirl movie, the sudden shuttering of fan-favorite Eaglemoss, lawsuits over Batmobiles, and the future of HBO Max. SO much to talk about! Join as 4pm Central his Wednesday!

ComicBase Livestream #99: That '70s Feeling

In the latest livestream, we'll be talking SDCC announcements, auction surprises, and why the future of at least one major comic universe is going to feel very familiar to those of us who lived through stagflation and disco. And of course, we'll be answering your ComicBase questions live!

ComicBase Livestream #98: Enter the Rippaverse

SO Much Going On This Week!

Comic-Con returns after 3 years, Thor: Love & Thunder is having a tumultuous time at the box office, and we saw the dramatic debut of "The Rippaverse" from writer/musician/podcaster Eric July.  We'll look at what appears to be a dramatic new chapter in independent comic publishing, as well as the larger world of independent, and crowd-funded comics. Join us Wednesday at 4pm Central for all of it!

ComicBase Livestream #97: Are Graded Comics Lottery Tickets or Just Table Stakes?

In this Livestream, we'll be taking a new look at the state of professional comic book grading. Is paying to get your comics slabbed still your ticket to possible jackpot valuations? Or is comic grading increasingly just the minimum required to even play in the high-end comic market? And if it is, doesn't that mean we have to rethink the old rules of thumb used to evaluate the market valuation of your graded comics? 

We'll be sharing what we think are some of the answers here, as well as taking on your questions. Join us Wednesday at 4 Central for all the action.

ComicBase Livestream #96: Catching Up with the Mailbag

ComicBase's Pete Bickford is back from Florida and will be trying to catch up with all the viewer questions as possible during this livestream. From exporting tips to selling online, he'll be handing out tips for how to do everything better with ComicBase. Send your questions to, or join us at 4pm Central to ask your question live!

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“Caps for Comic Software” Discounts for Active Duty Military Personnel

As a way of saying “Thanks!” to our active duty military personnel, we’re reprising our famous “Caps for Comic Software’ program. Basically, you send us a cap (or coin) from your unit, and we’ll give you a massive discount on ComicBase. (Heck, if you folks are willing to lay it on the line, the least we can do is help you keep your comics in order!)

Drop us a line at and we’ll get you hooked up.