Welcome to my gallery of classic comic covers. I've been collecting comic books for over 25 years and made this web site to share some of my favorite covers. All of the covers, with a very few exceptions, are (or were) from my personal collection. Have a question or a comment? E-mail me, my name's Ben.

Golden-Age Comic Cover Gallery

Browse the covers:

Batman and Robin super-hero and war comics Feldstein Junior comics good girl and romance comics Crime Suspenstories 22 crime and horror comics
super-hero and war comics good girl and romance comics crime and horror comics
Current Scan Count
Super-Hero & War: 72 Covers
Good Girl & Romance: 69 Covers
Crime & Horror: 75 Covers

2015-2016 Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide 45th Edition

The Missing Comic Parts Page

Alex Schomburg mini-Gallery
(with many newly-added science fiction digest covers!)

L. B. Cole mini-Gallery



Bring Back Mystery Science Theater 3000

Hey Gang,

I can’t resist making a post about one of my favorite TV Shows: Mystery Science Theater 3000

There is an online campaign to bring it back! There are less than 24 hours in the “Kickstarter” campaign and they could still use some money. This show has brought me a lot of happiness over the years, and it was always for free (minus advertisements). So anyway I donated! Hope some other folks do too. You can find the details here:


Earl Norem, R.I.P.

I’m not sure how this flew under my radar, but I just learned that Earl Norem passed away in June of this year. Mr. Norem painted many wonderful covers for Martin Goodman’s line of “sweat mags” and Marvel’s magazine format comics. He was 92 years old.


Jay Scott Pike, R.I.P.

A very talented Golden Age and Silver Age comic book artist recently passed away.
Jay Scott Pike, 91, of Sarasota, FL died on September 13, 2015.

There is a nice obituary here:

“Scott Pike was born in Philadelphia in 1924. At the age of 16 he enrolled in the Art Students League in New York City. After a hitch in the Marine Corps he resumed his studies at Parsons School of Design in New York, at Syracuse University, and then at Ringling School of Art in Sarasota.

As his painting career evolved, illustration supported his growing family. Mr. Pike worked with both Marvel and DC comics and created covers for such magazines as Master Detective. He worked with advertising agencies in New York for clients such as Ford, Proctor & Gamble, TWA, and Pepsi Cola.

Mr. Pike’s work won many honors and he is well represented in collections both here and abroad. He is probably best known for his oils of exotic nudes. Portraits were also an important part of his painting career; He had over 150 commissioned portraits with subjects ranging from babies to bank presidents.”

New 2015-2016 Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide

The newest Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide has been released and you can buy the digital version here:

2015-2016 Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide 45th Edition

If you buy it you’ll be helping to support this web site because I get a modest kickback for every copy sold through the link above (or the same icon in the column on the left).

Fred Kida, R.I.P.

I loved Fred’s artwork, especially for the Golden Age Air Fighters series. Haven’t added a new post to this blog for way too long. Sadly, death once again compels me to report. Many more names will be coming soon….

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Original Comic Book Artwork

Most of my original art collection is on display at Bill Cox's ComicArtFans.com website, accessible via this link.

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