Victory Comics offers a full line of
* New Comics
* Trade Paperbacks
* Sports Cards
* Non-Sports Cards
* Action Figures
* Statues and Busts
* Comic, Gaming and Card Supplies
* And Much Much More!
Victory Comics can provide cataloging and appraisal of your comics for insurance and other purposes. Please contact us for pricing.
Victory Comics is also your premier source for back issues -- featuring the most extensive back issue comic inventory in the Washington Metropolitan area.
Our decade-long experience as a convention seller has allowed us to assemble an impressive back issue inventory that spans the entire history of comicdom. And our network of contacts throughout the nation means if we don't have it we can get it for you. Victory Comics is fully equipped and ready to help you build the comic collection of your dreams!
-- Because we are an active buyer and seller of back-issue material our prices reflect true market value -- not the idle (and generally inflated) speculation of inexperienced sellers who may occasionally stumble across an old comic or two.
-- Victory Comics' founder and president Jeff Weaver has decades of experience as a comic collector and over a decade as a convention and online comic buyer and seller. Jeff's experience extends to the hobby's most important and rarest books. He is the codiscoverer of the Lost Valley Pedigree Collection -- an original Golden Age pedigree collection that consisted of many of the most significant and well preserved examples of comics from the dawn of the hobby to the 1950s. The Lost Valley Collection included Batman's first appearance in Detective 27. It also included a complete run of Detectives from 1 to 11; Action 2; All Star Comics 3 & 8; WoW What a Magazine 2; and the Big Book of Fun Comics.
We Are Always Buying
-- In order to meet the demands of our customers Victory Comics is aggressively buying vintage comics book and related merchandise. If you have a collection you wish to sell please give us a call at (703) 241-9393. Also please check out our Selling Your Collection
page on how to avoid falling into the "one-trick pony trap" that ends up costing sellers thousands of dollars.