Michael Jackson's Neverland will soon be on the market. Sources say the California property is being sold by the real estate investment firm Colony Capital, which owns equity in Neverland after an agreement with Jackson that took effect in 2008. According to USA today, Jackson bought Neverland in 1988 from golf course entrepreneur William Bone. As of 2003, the estate contained 22 buildings, including guesthouses, ranch-hand apartments, stables, a movie theater and theme park.
Some Gotham City history is going on the auction block, including 'Batman' creator Bob Kane's personal copies of the caped crusader's earliest appearances in print. They're so valuable, the auction house is declining to put an estimate on what the comic books are worth. Also up for bids, a nearly mint copy of the first "Incredible Hulk" comic from 1962, that could sell for $300,000 and a 1942 copy of "Archie Number One," which could go for $150,000.
Whether you were a fan of his while he was on the football field or enjoy him as a TV host, Michael Strahan continues to grow in popularity. He was recently inducted into the pro football hall of fame this weekend, but his love life has some bumps in the road. Strahan and his ex-fiance Nicole Murphy just ended their five year engagement, the day before he was inducted into the hall of fame. They tell the media part of the reason they called it quits is due to their busy work schedules, but they love each other very much. Nicole is Eddie Murphy's ex-wife and currently stars in VH1's "Hollywood Exes."
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