CGC Accepting Submissions at Anaheim Comic Con
CGC will be accepting submissions for all service levels at Anaheim Comic Con in Anaheim, CA, April 29 - May 1, 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center. These include Modern*, Economy, Standard, Express and more! Stop by the CGC booth to submit comic books or magazines for regular turnaround. All submissions will be sent to our office in Sarasota, FL.
- Modern (Comics 1980-present valued US $200 or less) - US $17
- Economy (Comics valued US $300 or less) - US $32
- Standard (Comics valued US $1,000 or less) - US $54
- Express (Comics valued US $3,000 or less) - US $85
- WalkThru (Comics any value) – min $120 max US $1,500 2.5% FMV
This show is packed with exciting artists and guests like Eisner Award Winner Bill Sienkiewicz, artist/writer/creator Michael Golden, whose work can be seen on recent covers of Iron Man, Nightwing, Demon's Regret, Hulk, Spiderman and many other titles,
Phil Jimenez, - writer/artist on Wonder Woman, main penciller of the miniseries crossover event Infinite Crisis (2005-2006), and more recently worked on Spiderman and Astonishing X-Men, superstar comic artist Ernie Chan, whose works include: Batman, Chronicles of Conan, Conan the Barbarian, Detective Comics, Flash, Incredible Hulk, Savage Sword of Conan and Weird War Tales will be there and more! Check the convention website for a full list of attending guests.
Come by the show to meet these creators and stars, submit books to CGC, and even have a few books witnessed under the prestigious Signature Series designation. Stop by the booth first for details about this program or you can make arrangements in advance on our Chat Boards.
Visit our booth to get answers to any questions about the services offered by CGC. Please remember that CGC does not provide opinions or free evaluations at trade shows.
Collector Society members-You must fill in your Collectors Society number on the submission form. We cannot add this information after your order is submitted.
*Modern tier is for comic books published in 1980 to the present valued at $200 or less per book.