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Pop Con Press Release

MEARS Auctions is proud to announce our third annual Pop Con Milwaukee Convention. Pop Con Milwaukee is the Midwest’s largest gathering of quality dealers, major celebrity guests, and specialized programming. Sponsored by MEARS Online Auctions, it is our goal to

MEARS Auctions Has Something For You! Ends Saturday, July 7th, 2018 at 10:00 PM CST

MEARS Online Auctions Social Causes Three of sports most culturally iconic African American pioneer athletes are featured in the MEARS July auction. Jesse Owens, Muhammad Ali, and Major Taylor, who has been resurrected via the new Nike advertising campaign. 1936

Jackson Bostwick Captain Marvel “Shazam” Original Photo Hoard

On June 25th, 2016, the professional staff of the MEARS Pop Culture division met with 1970s Filmation Studios Star Jackson Bostwick. Playing the lead role of Captain Marvel on the Saturday morning TV show “Shazam”, our crew traveled to Louisville,

Early Batman Stars Discovered in Rare Amusement Park Card Set

1954 Pike Pier Long Beach Actors Arcade Card Size: 3 3/8” x 5 ½” Blank Back Glossy photo print on heavy photo paper Facsimile autograph Number in set: 146 As a collector of vintage Batman related vintage cards, I recently

Tips on Meeting a Comic Artist at a Convention

On November 4th and 5th, 2017, World Renown artist Mike Grell and Arvell Jones will be attending Pop Con. Both have esteemed careers as original comic artist. For those not familiar with how to interact with comic artists, this article

An Essay of Jim Steranko’s “The Dark Knight: No Time For Death” by Troy R. Kinunen

This pen & ink composition, titled by the owner, “The Dark Knight: No Time For Death” is a 10”x 14” pen and ink rendering by the legendary artist Jim Steranko. The piece is a fascinating arrangement of style, composition, and

Frankenstein Vs. Captain Kirk: The Battle Of The Stage

Two of Hollywood’s most iconic figures, horror’s Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) and Sci-Fi’s Captain Kirk (William Shatner) shared the stage in one of the most iconic American plays of all time. The battlefield was set while both actors appeared in the