In the 1950s comic books were under attack. Moral crusaders organized mass comic-book burnings, citing the four-color funny books as a key contributor to the nation's juvenile delinquency woes. But by the late 1980s, comic books had become a "collectible," a valuable item sure to increase in value — if you just bought the right one. And while today's comic books probably aren't going to increase in value, yesteryear's comics continue to... More >>>