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To get 3 signatures on one comic? Challenge NOT accepted!!!!

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Etreiw

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This past weekend I was going through my collection to decide what books I would  want to get signed by either Geoff Johns or Jason Fabok, I guess they must have updated the news memo cause now I see that Mr. Brad Anderson is in on the mix too now.    $120 bucks American for 3 signatures...how the hell can you fit 3 signatures on a comic when there's alot of art going on!!!!!!!!!!!! ;) My initial plan was actually to get Mr. Geoff Johns to sign some older books that he has done like the Justice Society of America aka Stargirl as well as Cyclone cause apparently that character will be in the Black Adam movie which is freakin nuts, cause I would have never thought that a character like would be in a movie.  Then I would have Mr. Jason Fabok sign off some beautiful covers from the Justice League Darkseid war which eventually gave hints to today's series "The Three Jokers".....  I have already worked to get 2 signatures on one comic...but 3 signatures that's hard work!!!!  Since the deadline for CGC to accept comics to be signed is on Dec.15, 2020 I guess I can hum and haw on whether I can really fit 3 on one comic......at the moment $120 American dollars =  $157.01 Canadian..... OY  or maybe instead of having all 5 books of justice league signed with Fabok, get Anderson to sign 2?... lol so many choices...

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Seems like such a waste to get a signature on a comic with so much artwork.  IMO, it's best to get signatures on books that allow the signature to breath and have some negative space to showcase the signature AND the artwork.  To each their own I guess. (shrug)

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8 hours ago, Keys_Collector said:

Seems like such a waste to get a signature on a comic with so much artwork.  IMO, it's best to get signatures on books that allow the signature to breath and have some negative space to showcase the signature AND the artwork.  To each their own I guess. (shrug)

Exactly.  Which is why the more I think about it, I'll just stick with one signature per book.  When I sent in comics to get Amanda Conner and Jim Palmotti signed I did have 2 separate letter boxes but to get 3 signatures?  I think I would have had to make one big letter box covering almost the entire book and let the writer's and artist/inker decide where they want to sign but.the cost to get them signed is high for one itty bitty book. :) 

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