Yes, it's Kirby Overstreet, Comic Hunter. Able to detect the smell of musty newsprint from two counties over! Master of discerning between Mint and Near Mint!. Arguer of fictional strength levels! Don't get in his way when he's on the hunt, or you'll be brusquely ingnored!
A few days ago, a near mint condition copy of Action Comics #1 (the first appearance of Superman) sold at an auction for 1 million dollars. One million. For a comic book. Supposedly there are only a hundred copies of this particular issue left in existence.
My dad swears to me that he had a copy of Action #1 when he was a kid, but that his mom threw it in the trash one day while he was at school. Thanks a lot, Grandma. I could be the son of a millionaire right now.
I used to buy tons of comics, up until about 2000 or 2001. When they got to $3 each, that was when I said "enough." The last time I looked they were up to $4! That's just too much for a stinkin' comic book.
Drawn in Photoshop on the graphic tablet. The text was hand lettered, based on a real font.
Here's the original sketch of Kirby. I had to change him a bit, because the sketch had some structural problems.