"I can't recommend it enough."
Web reviewer Garon Cockrell gives ComicBase high marks for comprehensiveness and ease of use. Adding that, “In all honesty, getting this program is a no brainer. It is a must own for any one who collects comics. ”
Check out his full review on Pop Culture Beast.
"A great collection management solution"
Guest reviewer Ben Sweetser says, "Excellent database and data quality, very easy to input comics, including updated value information, easily add missing comics to a wishlist, built-in buying and selling capabilities?”
What else does ComicBase 11 have in store for you? Check out the full review on About.com!
“Really a Great Program”
In his latest Golden
Age of Comics podcast, Bill Jourdain reviews (and
highly recommends) the new ComicBase 10, particularly praising the huge
store of comic covers, weekly updates, PDA features, and barcode support.
The review is right at the top of his show, which is also features a retrospective
of Golden Age legend Will Eisner, and DC’s Special Edition Comics from
“A Must Have Program”
Columnist Stephen Schleicher has been working with the new ComicBase 10
since he picked up a copy at the San Diego Comic-Con. Writing in his review
for ConsumerElectronics.net, he concludes:
“If you are a serious collector, need to manage
the boxes of comics you’ve read over the years, or just want a cataloguing
system to see what your collection is worth, then ComicBase 10 is a must
Thanks, Steve! Read the whole
ComicBase on the Radio
ComicBase creator Pete Bickford appeared as
a guest Tuesday on World Talk Radio's Comic
Zone show, talking about ComicBase 10 and the upcoming Atomic Avenue
online system. Thanks to the miracle of instant internet archiving, you
can hear the whole interview here.
ComicBase 9 Archive Edition
Magazine, gave ComicBase 9 Archive Edition a
four-star review in the “After Hours” section of this month’s
PC Magazine gave raves to ComicBase 9 Archive Edition's
new Grading Wizard, enormous database, and vast collection of cover art
and video content (over 8 GB) on two DVD-ROMs.
Check out the September issue of PC Magazine for