Often my Collection Value and Estimated Profit fluctuate, sometimes by hundreds of dollars. It would be great to receive a notification when one of our books is significantly trending up or down (green/red arrows).
I have a few thousand books across many different titles, and I simply can't find the source of a sudden $100 dollar jump in value by scanning my piles. Trending notifications can tell us if we own a book that just went hot, or one that has suddenly cooled down (after a well received or disappointing movie release for example.)27 votes
Use the On the Move Report to see what books in your collection (or the entire database) have gone up or down in value.
I'm seeing a lot of comic without and print runs. Is it because it's time consuming or why? Here is a data base we can use. http://Comichron.com. Just knowing how many comics out there can help our judgment to how much value or potential it worth6 votes
Could we have a sub heading or something to link to a full story arch over multiple titles? (Ex: maximum carnage, X-cutioners song, etc...)1 vote
Much like the graphs for a members collection. When clicking on a comic have a graph showing the performance of that issue over time.1 vote
Already exists…just click on the little graph icon next to the price in the issue details.
I think it'd be awesome to add a Recent Price Change Tab up with the Guide & Ebay Analyzer. People would be able to see what comics have gone up or down in value and can give an idea of what to keep an eye out for when comic hunting.1 vote
You can use the “On the Move” report for this.
Sometimes I have multiple copies of one book. Recently I had to add 30 copies of one book and took awhile.1 vote
Just hit the green + icon to the left of it and it will give you the ability to add additional copies. You would still need to hit it 30 times however.
On the page of the new releases for the week, add a checkbox so users can add the new releases from the main page.3 votes
Already exists – http://comicbookrealm.com/report/new-releases
Have a page that had top gainers/losers and have the time frame be adjustable.24 votes
This already exists
each week have all the new comics releases posted so you can add them to your realm easily and quickly.3 votes
Already exists, go to the New Releases Report on the Report screen within My Realm.
I would like the ability to see a list of all comics owned throughout all piles (with a total price paid, total value, total profit, etc.)1 vote
Just export your collection
Currently this report appears to list the books you have in Descending Order by the highest Profit amount, not the highest Book Value. The title of the report suggests it should list by the value of the book you have, not the profit.59 votes
This has been completed. There are now two different reports. The Most Valuable shows what it should have all along whereas the new Most Profitable shows based upon “profit”.
Make an android app1 vote
Already exists, just go to: http://app.comicbookrealm.com/ on your mobile device.
I think there should be a search bar for artists. Im a huge Skottie Young fan and am finding it difficult to find his work on Uncanny X-Force in the database. I also feel it would help me find more of his work or artists like him if you had a "search similar art" button. Otherwise LOVE the site!1 vote
You can use the Contributors Report – http://comicbookrealm.com/report/contributors/y
Use the user search: http://comicbookrealm.com/user-search/?a=search
I was told there was a CBR app... But it doesn't seem that is the case after throughly searching the site and forums. Let me know if I missed it!1 vote
The app has been live for some time and it can be accessed via http://app.comicbookrealm.com. There is also a link to an info page in the navigation.
When you add a comic to your master pile, it records the date.
Sometimes I can't remember every book I bought in a 'lot', and being able to sort by date added, would show which books were added when.
You could sort by 'most recent first' or the reverse.1 vote
I would like to be able to search members. I have recently sold comics to a few members and would like to add them to my friends list but ha
It would be nice to be able to search members. I have recently sold comics to a few members and would like to add them to my friends list, but have no way to find them again.1 vote
You know, when people list the characters in a comic, to be able to search the database using that information.
This could be helpful to character collectors like me, as I just found several dozen more appearances of Harley Quinn by compiling several different lists from the internet. Who knows how many more I do not know about.
You can already “search” by character by using the Characters Report:
Making an app or mobile version would be great because then someone could post their newest finds right away and not wait till they got home or to a wifi spot.187 votes
Version 1 of the App is now live. You can access at: http://app.comicbookrealm.com
There is also a forum devoted to the app for your feedback.
I am not sure if you guys have this feature, and I just don't know about it, however a back-up file exporter that can extract the information in your piles and put it into a Notepad or Word, maybe even Excel doc, would be a good feature. I mean it is a scary thought to put all of this information into the site for thousands of comics and all the details about them, just to run the risk that the site might go down or something and you lose all of that information.1 vote
This already exists. Click on the Export link in your “my realm”.
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