Published Sep 11, 2017In the music world, Discogs has become the go-to destination to not catalog the world's ever-expanding array of albums but to also to buy said records online. Recently, the ambitious minds of Discogs launched a similar endeavour for audio gear, appropriately enough called Gearogs. Now it's expanding even further into the world of film, books, comics and posters.
After establishing the world's largest music database and online marketplace, Discogs has now launched Filmogs, Bookogs, Comicogs and Posterogs — all of which aim to follow in the footsteps of the original music site.
All four new sites currently online in their respective beta versions and, for a limited time, will be free of any listing and seller fees. At this point, though, they are all focusing on building their databases.
To check them all out, simply click on the links above.
At this point, Discogs boasts more than 8,800,000 recordings and 5,000,000 artists.