Martin Morris amassed 36,000 Marvel and DC comics over decades, with one probably worth £10,000.
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Marvel and DC are the two largest and well-known comic companies. But which side is best? Our comic experts Jack and Kadija go head to head to prove their side is stronger. (Photo: DC lover Kadija (left) and Marvel fan Jack (right) at Forbidden Planet in London. Credit: BBC)
Comics and hip-hop. It may not seem like they have much in common, but both born in the US city of New York, they've actually spoken the same language since day one. Urban life, money, fame, social issues - they all run deep between the two worlds. (Photo: Nigerian rapper Phlow. Credit: BBC)
Earlier this year we saw Black Panther break Hollywood’s diversity barriers, and now Aquaman and Spiderman are set to do the same. Diversity has been a a huge talking point in the Superhero world in 2018. Last year a boss at Marvel blamed diverse characters for a fall in sales, but fans did not agree at all, and fought back. Some think this is why we're now seeing a shift in Hollywood. (Photo: A fan dressed as Black Panther from Marvel Studios. Credit: Juancho Torres, Getty Images)