Comic Book Millennium tracks a comic book collection for only $14. You can add a single issue, a run, or a run with up to five breaks.
Comics can be modified if the information changes. Comics can be easily removed if a comic is sold or destroyed. In addiition, an entire range of issues can be removed with a single click. Incomplete runs can be removed as well. It searches for the comic, if the comic is found, the program removes the comic. If the comic is not found, it moves to the next issue of the range.
Comic Book values can be updated by doing an entire range of issues. For example Superman 1-100. If the value of these issues went up, these comics can be updated easily on one form. It is possible to update incomplete runs because it does not add any new comics to the database. It searches for a comic if it is found, it updates its value, if the comic is not found, it moves to the next issue in the range.
It has seven different reports that can be viewed on the screen or printed with eight different ways to sort the comic book information and to choose the information. You can sort by Type, Location, Value, or just Title. After the initial sort, the comics will be sorted by Title, Volume, and Issue.
In addition, it can keep track of a want list. This want list can be updated by clicking update and it will search the regular collection for issues on the want list. If it finds any, it deletes them from the want list.Also, you can delete a comic from the want list that you no longer want by simply entering that comic's information.
In addition, it can print labels for comic book bags.
There is an online manual for the program at http://www.coletechno.com/cbm/