Thanks V. I’m stealing this idea.
I think it’s a little funny that these artists put so much thought and care into creating these covers. These comics are read once or twice and then stored away in a cardboard box, so why not frame them?
I didn’t want to invest in custom frames, which would’ve cost a fortune. Instead, I bought matted 11x14 frames, and placed the books on top of the matting with pieces of tape holding them in place on the backside. The cool thing about framed comic books is that they can be swapped out out for another book for around 2 or 3 dollars if I ever get bored of the current array. I can’t be bothered to actually hang them on my wall right now, so they’re just sitting on my floor leaning in a neat stack against my wall. Although, I would like to add a third row when I get around to hanging them.