Guy Rose, the founder of the Virginia Comicon 27 years ago is actively buying vintage comics with 10 and 12 cent cover price for top dollar!
Don’t sell your comics to a retail store with massive overhead…cut out the middle-man and sell them to the biggest fan of 1940’s and 1950’s comics in central Virginia! Call Guy TODAY at 804-796-4903.
About Guy Rose:
Guy has been a collector since age 11, and still has stories of ordering Amazing Spider-man #1 for $3 back in 1965. His tastes still range from the ordinary to the extra-ordinary…with a primary focus on Golden Age (1940’s through 1950’s) comic books.
Do you have ANY 10 cent cover priced comics to sell within a 2 hour drive of Richmond, VA? Then Guy Rose is your buyer! In addition to founding the VA Comicon 27 years ago, Guy maintains an active personal inventory, and is always looking for the next treasure. Are YOU the next person to cash a check from Guy for YOUR vintage comic collection? Give him a call at 804-796-4903.
About Brett Carreras:
Brett has an astonishing personal collection of over 1,000,000 individual comic books. Many people in Richmond will remember Brett as the youngest comic book vendor in the state of Virginia, setting up at his first comic book show at the tender age of 12 years.
Over the next 20 years, that passion turned into an obsession as he became the #1 seller on eBay of comics in 2005 and 2006 (over 16,000+ unique clients!) He then became the number one seller of comic books on the ComicCollectorLive system. Brett now splits his year between Richmond, VA and San Francisco. He has been the partner and promoter of the VA Comicon for the past 6 years, Helping Guy to grow the annual attendance of the VA Comicon from approximately 700 persons a year to over 4,000 per year.
In 2011 Brett was invited to become an Official Overstreet adviser as well as a Senior Adviser to the Fogel’s Underground Price Guide. Previous distinctions include being the first CGC Member Dealer in Central Virginia, as well as being a special on-site collectibles consultant for ABC Television in 2007.
Both Brett and Guy enjoy wearing T-shirts with images of Bettie Page on them.