Tuesday, December 23, 2014

I am (physically) rearranging boxes in the storage units so the Comico boxes are, literally, unavailable.  I'll post again when I can reach the darn things!

Friday, September 26, 2014

There have many rumors about Comico through the years and the legal battles and copyright battles are legion but...I have to admit, this sounds halfway real.  You should always be skeptical when you hear something like Comico is coming back and this is going to be published and that is going to be published but just maybe, someone with a real legal claim to the trademark and copyright is actually getting ready to do something.  It would be nice but that is all you can say for now.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Big news in the Phoenix area,  Atomic Comics, with four retail stores,  have gone brankrupt.

A thoughtful article about the Phoenix area can be read here.

Atomic Comics was a major presence in the Phoenix area but they also had an active online and ebay store that was widely visited by comic book fans.  This has to be a major blow to the owner of Atomic Comics and their customers.  Our condolences go out to the owner at this rough time in the economy.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Type in the search term "COMICO" to see all the production art pieces we've managed to sort and post so far.

Monday, April 11, 2011

In some of the production art from the two pallets of Comico production art you will see references to Robotech and Macross.  These legendary comic series were one of the first major introductions of Japanese anime characters and story lines to enter the American comic scene.  For collectors wanting to come up to speed on the history of Macross and Robotech I would like to draw your attention to this History of Robotech  created by one of many fans of the series to this day.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Greetings All,

If you have been following the story of the Comico Art auction that was listed on ebay you may have noticed the blogosphere buzz about the mystery lot came to an abrupt end on December 1, 2010. With no additional mention of it again until we put up this website dedicated to the Comico Production Art Archives. The story picks up again on April 6th as the Comico Production Art Archives arrived in Arizona and now has a new home at Collector Haven Comics.

Fate decided to bring this fantastic collection our way, when we are in the middle of setting up a new store, and have the Phoenix Comicon right around the corner to prepare for. The art archive weighed over 2500 pounds and consists of thousands of pieces of production art from the legendary Comico Comics. We will release more information about what is actually in the collection as we begin the process of cataloging it and uploading the auctions to our ebay store. This is an exciting time for us as we were also big fans of Comico and being able to share this fantastic experience as it unfolds is one of the reasons we set up this site.

Rick Funk, Owner 
We are the closest comic book store located next to Luke Air Force Base.  Located at 6808 North Dysart, Suite 124, Glendale Arizona,
Open Monday-Saturday, 10AM to 6PM.  
Phone: (623) 518-9048.  
We are still setting up inventory, but  you are invited to stop in and say hi!  Feel free to visit my ebay store

To see a VERY small sample from the two pallets just click here for Comico Production Art samples.

Those of you on facebook can see these pictures and a few more on our facebook landing page for Comico Art