- When you enter a search word or phrase, by default our search engine returns all titles containing all of the words you entered, but the words do not have to appear next to each other or in the same order. For example, searching for batman adventures will return "Batman Adventures (1992 1st Series)" as well as "Batman Gotham Adventures (1998)" and "Adventures of Batman Coloring Book (1966)".
- If you would like to search for a complete phrase, put quotes around it. Searching for "batman adventures" returns "Batman Adventures (1992 1st Series)" but does not return "Batman Gotham Adventures (1998)" or "Adventures of Batman Coloring Book (1966)".
- If you search for a word or phrase that does not match anything in our database, the results page will automatically show you the results nearest in the alphabet to your search.
If you want to view results for only a specific issue number or list of issue numbers, you can enter the issue numbers as part of your text query. For example, you could enter batman 105 to find all issues numbered 105 with "batman" in the title.
You can also enter more than a single issue number. You can enter a comma-delimited list of issues numbers, like batman 105,106,115, or a range of issue numbers, like batman 105-110. To get all issues greater than or equal to a certain issue number, use a plus sign as in this example: superman 175+ to get all issues 175 or greater with "superman" in the title.
- If you only want to view items that are currently in stock, either set the minimum grade to "Poor" or the maximum grade to "Near mint". Items that are not in stock will not show up in the results if you have specified a minimum or maximum grade.