Remember this lucky guy?
Look! Up in the attic! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... a regular valuable comic book!
If you want to get into Mark Hamill's pants, it's gonna cost ya!
The cover for one of the most character-defining deaths in comic book history has, unsurprisingly, fetched a pretty penny on auction.
Want to get your hands on some cool Star Trek props and have the proceeds go to a good cause? You're in luck.
Compared to Darth Vader or Han Solo, Boba Fett has an almost microscopic amount of screen time in the original Star Wars trilogy, and yet he's joined both of those characters as icons of science fiction. Why? Simple: it's the helmet. Now a group of craftsmen have joined together to create their own versions of Fett's headgear, and you can buy them all for a good cause.
Classic comics have always been a big auction market, but some of the big sales taking place now are positively astronomical. Want to see the X-Men issue #1, circa 1963, that just sold for nearly half a million dollars?
A top quality copy of the Batman No. 1 from 1940 has broken an auction record for the issue, which is one of the most highly sought after out there. So how much did it bring?
Heritage Auction Galleries will be auctioning off Shatner's Wrath of Khan Starfleet tunic
They're selling off props and set pieces from the defunct Las Vegas Star Trek attraction.