When I sent my first package to CGC way back in early January, I had no idea how much things would change because of this pandemic. Both Marvel and DC have canceled titles as well putting remaining issues of titles on digital format...which I don't do. My comic pull list has decreased alot which is sad. I find myself wondering which will be the next set of comic books that I will want to preserve a tad longer than just boarding/bagging them. It has become a crazy world. The following pictu
I was not gonna make another journal entry until my first ever batch of of newly minted slabs were sent back to me but the recent news of In-house signings of some great writers and artists have changed my plans. Now I have course in the past I got lucky enough here in Edmonton to get some signings from writers etc but of course no CGC officials were around to witness and eventually when I send those comics in they will likely get a qualifying grade, oh well can't win them all.
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My opinion, reading current *storyline* comics isn't cheap. Back in the late eighties as a teenager I was looking forward to having a job so that I can buy comics and fast forward to now, I have a job but it's getting to the point that I can't afford to buy today's comics. I found myself thinking if I'm gonna spend a lot of money for only a few current comics then why not start reinvesting a.k.a slabbing the 34 years of comics that I have collected so far. I can rememb