OK guys, as you can see by my info, I am new here. As a kid, I was very into comic book collecting. I have boxes and boxes and boxes of them in my house that I have moved along with me throughout college, multiple jobs, across the country and now into my house where my family is being raised. I have a 2 year old daughter and a son that is slated to be born at some point this coming May. This means that the bedroom that I have been able to store all of my childhood awesome stuff as well as my adult awesome stuff is now being taken over to make room for my son. My wife has mentioned that I should probably look into unloading some of my comic books. What the heck do I do with all of these? There are no comic shops around where I live. I live in Northern Michigan, not a real comic collectors area. I have looked into some of the comic auction sites, but they seem to only want to deal with the real high dollar stuff. I looked on Amazon.com, if I sell one for 2.99, it cost me 2.79, and I would net .20 profit. Not worth my time.
I collected from the late 80's through the 90's and into the 2000's. Everything I have is in great condition, well cared for. Just curious what the suggestions are. I don't want to unload everything but it is probably time to thin the herd. I pop the boxes open now and then and get drawn right back into the days of my childhood. Let me know, thanks guys!