Current Version:
ComicBase 2017 (v19.0.6)
Last content update on:
12/1/2016 3:14:37 PM

Titles: 49,731
Issues: 726,396
Publishers: 5,596

Total value of comics listed: $28,730,512.00


  • Accurate market and information on over 725,000 comics—virtually every English-language comic published since 1878. Foreign comics too!
  • Expanded support for digital comics, as well as linking movie trailers and other digital media
  • New: No-limits searching lets you find and work with any size collection or results set.
  • Improved: Saves whole runs of barcode-entered comics up to 40X faster than before (Pro, Archive Editions)
  • New: Find > My Comics gives you one-click access to your whole collection.
  • New: Allows you to automatically compress backup files to save up to 80% of their disk space.
  • Weekly price updates based on actual market prices—not just a price guide.
  • Weekly issue and title updates to keep your collection up to date with new and upcoming releases.
  • Mobile “My Comics” feature lets you view your collection and add new purchases wherever you are, on almost any smart device--including iPad, iPhone, Android, or Windows mobile phones and tablets! (*Pro and Archive editions)
  • over 500,000 full-color covers on 3 DVDs + real-time cover downloading for Archive Edition users. A crucial aid to variant identification, as well as an amazing visual reference to the world of comics.
  • New: 4K themes and support for Ultra-HD monitors and graphics. Blu-Ray Archive Edition now ships with tens of thousands of cover images in full 4K format
  • Integrates with Atomic Avenue to let you locate hard-to-find comics; also sell comics only with your own online store!
  • Compatible with Windows 7 and later, including Windows 10


These great folks are making ComicBase even better by sending in new information and pictures using the Submit New or Corrected Data command under the Internet menu of ComicBase 10.0.7 (or later). You can help too! Get one point for each new picture submitted, or correction/addition accepted.

#Name Pts.
1. Frank Colasurdo 381,302
2. Robert Wood 282,009
3. Barry John Shepherd 200,641
4. Moshe Leimberg 132,267
5. Douglas W. McCratic 60,748
7. Steven L. Dasinger 46,724
8. Corey M. Dvorkin 42,744
9. Corey E. Ayres 37,137
10. Glenn Simpson 36,524

This is getting crazy...

ComicBase Blows Past 725,000 Issues!

Thanks in no small part to the epic contributions of ComicBase's European customers, we've been pushing out thousands upon thousands of issue adds to ComicBase in recent weeks, with last week's update pushing us beyond the 725,000 mark!

Yes, we're actually adding so many new issues, so quickly, that we've been struggling to keep the graphics that brag about just how many issues are in ComicBase up to date! Thanks again to both our hardworking editorial staff, and our amazing customers for all their hard work and expertise.

ComicBase Milestone!

ComicBase has over 700,000 issues!

With nearly another 5,000 new issues added this week alone, ComicBase now has over 700,000 issues! A big thanks to goes out to you the ComicBase user who send us comic information about listings we don't know about. Use the 'Check for Updates' option under ComicBase's Internet menu to get the new content update today!

*If you want to send in your own comic information, whether it be titles and/or issue we don't know about, first enter them in your database then use the 'Send New or Corrected Data' option under the software's internet menu to send your data to us. Our editorial team will review your submissions to be added to a future content update.

ComicBase Newsflash:

Behind-the-scenes upgrades to Atomic Avenue and

Our IT minions havej ust wrapped up a huge project to move the and Atomic servers to their new home in a shiny new data center; read all about the changes, as well as news on the latest update in our ComicBase newsletter.

Tech Tip

What to do if items you want to sell are not appearing on Atomic Avenue

Not seeing the comics you are trying to post to Atomic Avenue? Check out this article on what to look out for.

Tech Tip

How to deduct sales from your ComicBase inventory

Here's what to check for if it looks like items you've sold on Atomic Avenue have not been deducted from your inventory in ComicBase:

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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.