Courtesy Heritage AuctionsOne of the few Calvin and Hobbes originals ever to come on the auction market's now residing at the corner of Oak Lawn and Maple. For now.That was quite the Heritage Auctions infomercial ABC aired during prime-time last night: Unfair Park's cross-the-street neighbor got ... More >>
Everyone scoffed when Barry Sandoval said this Batman would go for $100,000 in March. Though, technically, he was way off.At the end of March, Heritage Auction Galleries invited some of us to walk across Oak Lawn to take a long, hard look at a never-before-offered original Frank Miller splash pag ... More >>
A close-up look at the Frank Miller Dark Knight going on sale in May for the very first timeFrom time to time, Heritage Auction Galleries' public relations director Noah Fleisher extends us the invite to walk across Oak Lawn Ave. to sneak a peek at some of the latest items on the auction block. I ... More >>
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