Comic book collectors want the most bang for their buck where comics are concerned! We all want to grab that “hot book” for a reasonable price! The only question is, what do you do with it after it has been acquired? For many, the answer is to try and determine the grade; there’s arguably no better method for getting one’s comics graded than using CGC.
The Certified Guaranty Company, CGC, is perhaps the most famous (and in some cases infamous) service that not only grades one’s comics, which in turn applies a certain monetary value on them, but seals them in encapsulated boards, protecting the valuable gems. However, over the years collectors have begun to develop questions regarding CGC and grading comics as a whole. In our latest video on ComicTom101, Debunking x3 CGC Myths,we dove into the ins and out of grading, offering a deeper examination into the world of CGC.
In sitting down with CGC’s head grader Matt Nelson we got down and dirty, answering three of the biggest questions we know the comic book community has been clamoring to get answered! Granted, we won’t go through them all here, because we know you want to watch us discuss the matter, but we’ll treat you to a sample!