The Most Collected & Most Wanted Collectibles of 2018

Remember the start of 2018? So bright and full of optimism. We were going to start exercising, call our mothers more, maybe not blow our whole paycheck on records (ahem). Well, not all of those happened. But to be fair, have your tried running? It’s terrible. We’ll stick with building databases.

New on the ‘Ogs databases this year:

  • The improved submission form makes adding a book to the database a breeze, as well as autosave in case you accidentally click out or close the window
  • Filtering and sorting on browse pages to narrow down the database on your interests
  • Better searching – get more info in the search bar dropdown, including images, so you click through to the right item
  • More granular settings so you have more choice over how you interact with the sites
  • Bookogs saw the introduction of Works pages, to group together all editions of a literary work
  • More artists and credits linked between the Discogs and Bookogs, Filmogs and Posterogs databases

A big thanks to everyone who’s contributed to the databases, given feedback and thoughts on the direction these sites should take, and anyone who’s taken the time to swing by and check it out. We appreciate your involvement!

We’re still not charging any seller fees at all on Gearogs, Comicogs, Bookogs, Filmogs and Posterogs! So if you have any of these ‘most wanted’ items, list them in the marketplace, make a quick buck, and pay no fees.

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Bookogs is still our biggest database, at just under 75,000 books cataloged. We started out the year at just over 39,000 and were hoping to double in 2018. We didn’t quite make it, but (at time of publishing) we’re pretty close – and there’s still a bit of time to get those numbers up.

While fiction has pulled ahead as our most cataloged genre, taking a look at our most collected and most wanted lists clearly show that it’s still all about the music. The only non-music books on either top 10 is Chuck Palahniuk‘s Fight Club.

For more detail on the most contributed genres, authors, languages and more, check out the full Bookogs blog post.

Most Collected Books (and Magazines) of 2018

Most Wanted Books of 2018

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Filmogs database has doubled in the past year, and is now at over 34,000 film releases on DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, LaserDisc, UMD, VCD and more.

This year has shown the problems with relying on the internet and streaming services for getting access to your favorite films and series versus the appeal of owning them on a physical format. From widespread panic at the very suggestion of ‘Friends’ being taken off Netflix, to the news that WarnerMedia’s classic film streaming service FilmStruck was closing down – it’s just death, taxes, and your DVD collection.

For more detail on the most genres, formats, and most watched films of 2018, check out our full blog post here.

Most Collected Films of 2018

Most Wanted Films of 2018

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The Comicogs database has more than doubled in the past year, thanks to your amazing contributions. We ended 2017 with 16,454 comics in the database. This year we’ve had just under 18,000 more submissions – about 10,000 of those have been in the second part of the year – bringing the database total up to almost 35,000 comics, graphic novels, manga and more.

Marvel and DC are likely to always be the two most cataloged publishers in the database, but Panini ComicsAvatar Press and National Periodical Publications are also pretty popular in terms of submission volume.

And then there’s Image Comics. While they don’t have a huge number of items in the database, what they do have sure is popular. More than half of the items in our Most Collected and Most Wanted Comics of 2018 are Image comics. Our community can’t get enough.

For more detail on the most cataloged formats, genres, languages and more, check out the full blog post here.

Most Collected Comics of 2018

Most collected comic in the Comicogs database

  1. Batman: The Killing Joke – DC Comics (1988)
  2. Saga, Vol. 1 TP #1-6 – Image Comics (2012)
  3. Saga, Vol. 3 TP #13-18 – Image Comics (2013)
  4. Saga, Vol. 2 #7-12 – Image Comics (2014)
  5. Saga, Vol. 4 TP #19-24 – Image Comics (2014)
  6. Saga, Vol. 5 TP #25-30 – Image Comics (2015)
  7. The Walking Dead: Days Gone Bye Vol. 1 – Image Comics (2004)
  8. Paper Girls, Vol. 1 #1 – Image Comics (2015)
  9. Saga, Vol. 6 TP – Image Comics (2016)
  10. Hellboy: Seed Of Destruction – Dark Horse Books (2003)

Most Wanted Comics of 2018

Most wanted comic in the Comicogs database: The Incredible Hulk and Now... the Wolverine

  1. The Incredible Hulk: And now… the Wolverine! Vol. 1 #181 – Marvel Comics Group (1974)
  2. Amazing Fantasy Vol. 1 #15 – Atlas Magazines (1962)
  3. The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 #6 – Marvel (1963)
  4. Spawn In 3D #1C – Image Comics (2006)
  5. Fantastic Four, Vol. 1 #48 “The Coming of Galactus!” – Marvel Comics Group (1966)
  6. Saga #1B – Image Comics (2012)
  7. Dylan Dog, Vol 1 #1 “L’Alba Dei Morti Viventi” – Sergio Bonelli Editore (1986)
  8. Zap Comix #1  – Apex Novelties (1968)
  9. Tapping The Vein #1 – Eclipse Comics (1989)
  10. Saga #1E – Image Comics (2012)

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Posterogs is our newest, but fast growing database. We started the year with just 41 posters, and we’ll be ending the year with well over 5,000. Turns out people who are into physical music formats are also pretty keen on gig posters.

Daft Punk does it again. At the mid-year point, they dominated the Most Collected list with half of the top 10 being Daft Punk posters. Now they’re closing out the year with 6 out of 10. Kiss‘s 1976 US tour poster makes a surprise entrance into the Most Collected and Most Wanted lists, and Cocteau Twins hold their position as Most Wanted to finish 2018 on top.

For more details on the most cataloged subjects, poster type and printing technique, check out our full blog post here.

Most Collected Posters of 2018

Daft Punk Tron soundtrack poster is the most collected poster of 2018

  1. Daft Punk Tron Legacy – Film soundtrack promo
  2. Cocteau Twins – Royal Festival Hall Pearly-Dewdrops’ Drop – 1984 concert promo, featuring cover of the Pearly-Dewdrops’ Drop EP
  3. Pulse! Daft Punk – Tower Records Music Monthly Poster
  4. Daft Punk Alive 2007 (Encore) Live album promo poster
  5. Daft Punk: Split Helmet Poster – Random Access Memories album promo
  6. Kiss U.S. Tour – 1976 tour poster
  7. Star Wars – Promo poster issued inside Star Wars soundtrack LP
  8. Daft Punk Alive 2006/2007 Tour – Red Rocks Ampitheatre gig poster
  9. 「ALIVE -ピラミッド大作戦-」 – Japanese album promo poster
  10. V23 15 Poster Set – XAD23 – A2 promo poster set, including poster for Pixies, The Breeders, Ultra Vivid Scene, and more

Most Wanted Posters of 2018

Most collected poster on Posterogs: Cocteau Twins Love's Easy Tears album promo

  1. Cocteau Twins – Love’s Easy Tears – 1986 single promo poster
  2. Acid Mothers Temple – 2013 North American Tour – Limited run tour poster
  3. Daft Punk Proudly Presents, Homework 1997 – Album promo
  4. Back to the Future By James Flames – Screen printed film poster
  5. Daft Punk Musique VOL. 1 1993/2005 – 
  6. Oasis (What’s The Story…) – 1995 album promo poster
  7. Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry & Subatomic Sound System – Gig poster
  8. Star Wars – Promo poster issued inside Star Wars soundtrack LP
  9. 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea – Screen printed film poster
  10. Kiss U.S. Tour – 1976 tour poster


Gearogs database grew about 12% over the past year. That doesn’t seem like much when comparing to Bookogs or Comicogs, but considering there’s a hell of a lot less items of audio gear than there are books and comics, it’s still pretty good.

Not much has changed in the most collected and most wanted gear since the start of the year, which goes to show – these items of music and audio gear are firm favorites for a reason. The only differences we see between mid-year and now are a few place changes.

For more details on the most cataloged gear type, makers and country of origin, check out our full blog post here.

Most Collected Gear of 2018

Most collected audio gear in the Gearogs database

  1. Technics SL-1210MK2 Turntable
  2. Technics SL-1200MK2 – Turntable
  3. Roland TR-8 – Drum Machine
  4. Korg Volca Bass – Synthesizer, Sequencer
  5. Korg Volca Beats – Drum Machine, Sequencer
  6. Roland Juno-106 – Synthesizer
  7. Korg Volca Keys – Synthesizer, Sequencer
  8. Korg MicroKORG – Synthesizer, Sequencer, Effect
  9. Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB – Turntable
  10. Roland SH-101 – Synthesizer

Most Wanted Gear on Gearogs

Most wanted audio gear in the Gearogs database

  1. Roland TR-909 – Drum Machine, Sequencer
  2. Roland TR-808 – Drum Machine
  3. Technics SL-1200MK2 – Turntable
  4. Roland SH-101 – Synthesizer
  5. Roland TB-303 Bass Line – Synthesizer
  6. Make Noise 0-Coast – Synthesizer
  7. Technics SL-1210MK2 – Turntable
  8. Roland TR-707 – Drum Machine
  9. Elektron Analog Rytm – Drum Machine
  10. Roland Juno-106 – Synthesizer

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