Jews & Comics
But like I said, it's not worth a lot of money. I have a few issues that might be worth a little, but that's about it. Even then I'd say under fifty bucks, which these days ain't a lot of money either. It's like I've heard said, if you are looking for an investment, invest in real estate, stocks, bonds, gold, or art and antiques. There are a few others maybe. Comic books would NOT be considered that way however. Of the above I'd say stocks, bonds, and gold are your most liquid. In other words if you own them, and you want to sell them tomorrow you can do so and get whatever the going price the market will bring for that day. With everything else, you have to put it on the market, say your house, and wait until you find a buyer. You may have to fix up your house first, give it a new coat of paint, etc., and then find a buyer. The same is true for art and collectibles. Granted you could get someone to auction off your stuff for you too, but they'll want a cut of your profits.
Although I don't read as many comics as I used to, and even though at times I don't know why I hang onto some of this stuff, I still enjoy the medium to some degree. Maybe it is that I enjoy the history or nostalgia, sometimes the stories can be entertaining, and I enjoy some of the art as well. But like a lot of things in the pop world it changes, and with that change my interest has waned some too. At any rate, while watching some stuff on Youtube the other day I ran into a lecture by Arlen Schumer on Jewish comic creators and the comics they created. I thought I'd share it as I thought it was pretty good, and he displays some of the artwork during his lecture too. To tell you the truth I didn't know all these creators were Jewish. If you enjoy it Arlen has other lectures and videos on YT as well.