Comic art is a special collectibles item for many reasons- it can be enjoyed as decoration while owning and preserving it properly, they are valuable, and most importantly, they can be enjoyed by both lovers of art as well as lovers of the historical significance of comic books.

With such a cherished type of collectible, you want to be very careful where you sell online because where to sell is one of the biggest factors in how much you’ll ultimate net from a sale.

Here are our top suggestions if you’re set on selling your comic art online:

Neatstuff Collectibles

We here at Neatstuff Collectibles love buying and selling comic art, and we are a top trusted source in the industry. If you are interested in selling your comic art we’d love to hear what you’re selling. We pride ourselves on offering top-notch service and making top-dollar, all-cash offers on art we’re interested in purchasing. So please fill out our seller inquiry form or call is at 800-326-7064 and someone will be able to help you out!


Selling on eBay is one of the more common ways people sell their comic art, but it definitely has pros and cons you should consider before selling comic art on eBay. Ebay is one of the largest marketplaces online, so the benefit is that you have a great chance of finding more than one interested buyer and to sell at a decent valuation. However it takes a lot of work to sell on eBay that a lot of people aren’t prepared for- you have to take pictures, write descriptions, answer questions and wait. And after all that, you still aren’t guaranteed to sell at a price you want, or sell at all. And when you do sell, you have to pay fees.

Facebook Marketplace

Selling on Facebook Marketplace is similar to selling on other online marketplaces such as eBay and Craigslist, but it takes a bit less time, is often free of fees and is easier to manage since most people are familiar with Facebook and frequently on the site anyway. It could be a good option, especially if you live in a densely populated area.

Online Comic Fan Communities

There’s an online community for everything! If you’re a part of a comic art online group, they may have a marketplace on there. Just be sure to follow their guidelines and rules, as each community has their own rules that can get you banned or marked as spam if you don’t comply. And as always, always exercise caution when selling an item online outside of a normal online marketplace– scams do happen!


You have a lot of good options for places to sell your comic art online. But given all the pros and cons, we really believe we provide value and benefits that cannot be beat by anyone else. So please think of us next time you want to sell your comic art!

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