Jake Holland (AKA Pizza Beard Party) Showcases His Collection of Funko, Pokémon, Movies, and More!

Jake Holland describes himself as a human cartoon character with a love for geek culture, collectibles, and cinema. His passion is to bring joy to the internet via short-form videos on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. You may know him as Pizza Beard Party, with a big personality and an Instagram account boasting around 59.5K followers… Continue reading Jake Holland (AKA Pizza Beard Party) Showcases His Collection of Funko, Pokémon, Movies, and More!

The Most Complete Collection of Slot Cards In the World

Bob Baker has been collecting since childhood. It started with stamp and coin collections, and then evolved into a collection of casino chips, tokens, and other memorabilia. Eventually, Bob decided to concentrate on collecting just a few things, so he focused primarily on slot cards. He later started to collect the entry tickets that are… Continue reading The Most Complete Collection of Slot Cards In the World

Collector Enjoys the Nostalgia of Factory-Sealed Video Games

Daniel A’s penchant for collecting started at the age of five. “I collected Star Wars figures, comic books – I can’t really remember a time when I wasn’t collecting something!” His love for comic books continued throughout the years, and he still has a comic book collection. But as an adult, Daniel’s true passion for… Continue reading Collector Enjoys the Nostalgia of Factory-Sealed Video Games

Photographer Uses His Collection of Railroadiana to Tell the Story Behind His Railroad Photos

Fred Ripley has loved railroads since he was a kid. This love came from his father and grandfather, who passed their passion on to him. “My dad liked photography, and we would go on trips to photograph and watch trains,” he explains. This interest in railroading developed into the start of a collection of timetables… Continue reading Photographer Uses His Collection of Railroadiana to Tell the Story Behind His Railroad Photos

Guide to Comic Book Grading and Valuation with Professional Grader Bill Cole

In June of 1973, Bill Cole watched his public broadcasting channel, where three issues of a Monster Mania magazine and a ticket to a local comic book show were auctioned off. He purchased all of it for just $12 and attended the comic book show, which was in Boston, Massachusetts. Bill saw comic books that… Continue reading Guide to Comic Book Grading and Valuation with Professional Grader Bill Cole