As collectors we like to have as much information on our collections as possible. Obviously knowing what is in your collection is important, but many also like to know the details about our collectables, such as manufacturer, release year, purchase price and so on. Other details that are worth knowing is what items you may need to complete a particular set, what’s on your “want list” and possibly current value.Continue reading Five Tips for Cataloging Your Collection
Variant covers for comic book issues have been a staple of the industry for some time now. The first comic book to have a variant cover was 1986’s The Man of Steel #1. While there were technically variants before this, they were all due to small differences such as distributor logo. Man of Steel #1 was the first to receive variant artwork, which is what variants are mostly known for nowadays.Continue reading The Issue With Variants
I tend to take a lot of screenshots when I play games, so I thought I’d share some here is a (hopefully) weekly post.
This week’s screenshots come from the brilliant Dragon Age: Inquisition (XBox One version).Continue reading Screenshot Sunday #1
A little while ago I decided to undertake the mammoth task of listing my 50 favorite video games. It was a lot harder than I expected it to be!Continue reading My Top 50 Video Games