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  1. 24 points
    BarristerBaker

    Closed

    Oh, alright.
  2. 16 points
    storypapers

    Closed

    I'll take as per PM....
  3. 16 points
    Some DC Stuff... Some Marvel Stuff... ... and the only real way to enjoy a beer after a long day of looking for those grails.
  4. 15 points
  5. 14 points
    mstrange

    CLOSED

    Dark Mysteries #19 CGC VF 7.5 WHITE PAGES $6800
  6. 12 points
    Tsp99

    Books so nice you bought them twice!

    CDNP 24s
  7. 12 points
  8. 11 points
  9. 11 points
    Straw-Man

    Recent Pre-Code Purchases

    had to grab this'un when it popped up on the 'bay.
  10. 10 points
    I have been after a 39 for quite a while was able to pick this up tonight on Heritage
  11. 10 points
    In 1977, my two buddies (Jack and Steve) and I went to the SDCC. We were 18 years old and stayed 4 nights at the El Cortez. This is a shot in our room after Steve and I scored one really nice book each. After that we were broke
  12. 10 points
    Spawn newsstands are the ones that turn my head
  13. 10 points
    Just added these today
  14. 10 points
    Ricksneatstuff

    Closed

    Down to the last two books for today. I will go out of order so the last one is the biggest of the two. There will be some more books added over the course of the week but this will be it for this weekend. This thread will stay open all week and I will not be doing discounts. If you want to make offers starting Sunday feel free to PM. Gold is alive and well!! Thanks for all the purchases so far. I hope you all have enjoyed seeing this Neat Stuff
  15. 10 points
    Ricksneatstuff

    Closed

    Flash Comics 86- CGC 8.5- SOLD TO BARRISTER BAKER 1st Appearance of The Black Canary! Tied for 2nd Highest. Only one higher.
  16. 9 points
    It's a little known fact that Jedi trainees don't start accruing annual leave until after 10 years on the job. Blame Ewan McGregor for not booking an excursion to Tattoine during that time.
  17. 9 points
    lotemo

    Teen Humor--Anything but Archie

    Yes, I completed the run. And a lot of others. For non-Archie teen books, below is what I have. I had to let a few beaters in the collection to complete some of the runs but most of them are nice, solid copies with a smattering of Edgar Church and Crippen copies. Thankfully there really aren't many more books on my want list. These along with the Archie books take up a lot of space! My focus beyond Archie was mainly the Timely and Fox teen books. I have a few of the DC teen books but their art style didn't appeal to me as much. Millie the model 1-94 through the pre-DeCarlo and DeCarlo years - scattered issues after that Date with Millie. Both series Jetta - all 3 issues Tessie the Typist - all but Tiny Tessie Patsy and Hedy 1-20 then random issues Mitzi. Mitzi’s Boyfriend, Mitzi’s Romances - all Margie - all Oscar - all Lana - all Jeanie - all Rusty - all All Teen/Teen Comics - all Willie - all Showgirls - all Frankie/Frankie & Lana - all Georgie/Georgie & Judy - all Hedy de Vine/Hedy of Hollywood - all Nellie the Nurse - all Girl's Life - all Patsy Walker 1-50 and many random issues Gay comics - all Joker comics - all except #1 Comedy comics 2nd series - all Krazy comics 2nd series both issues Cindy/Cindy Smith - all Junior Miss all but last two non Cindy issues My Friend Irma - all Annie Oakley - all Venus - all but 15 and 19. 17 is coverless Dolly Dill - the one and only issue Junior - all Sunny - all Meet Corliss Archer - all Junie Prom - all G.I. Jane - all Starlet O'Hara - all
  18. 9 points
    I can't go into detail at this time, but I am thrilled to report it appears all of the comic books have been recovered, although it will take some time to get a full accounting due to various circumstances. The Strange Tales 154 cover has been recovered as well. The Lone Ranger piece is still missing, but outside of that, the news is about as good as could be hoped for. Mike
  19. 9 points
    3. BUT, I don't like the way the banner is worded. "CGC Pedigree Grade" implies that pedigrees are graded on a different scale (e.g. a "CGC Universal Grade" is a different scale than a "CGC Qualified Grade", "CGC Restored Grade", and "CGC Conserved Grade"). Why not call it a "CGC Pedigree Series" (or better yet "CGC Recognised Pedigree") similar to the "CGC Signature Series"? And then, like with the sig books, you could have "CGC Pedigree Qualified Grade", "CGC Pedigree Restored Grade", and "CGC Pedigree Conserved Grade." No charge for this fantastic advice.
  20. 9 points
    comicnoir

    CLOSED!

    FS In all of CGC's years this is the only copy graded 9.8. The best copy in existence, I'm sure. First Adams story art and some say, including Neal, the first return of the Dark Knight, as well as first classic team-up with Deadman, the 2 characters most associated with the artist. I've had this book for 20 years, now it's time to say good-bye. $2500.00 $2250.00 $2000.00 plus shipping.
  21. 9 points
    Robot Man

    Books so nice you bought them twice!

    NFS...
  22. 9 points
    G.A.tor

    Books so nice you bought them twice!

    Oldie but goodie
  23. 9 points
    nochips

    This Week Back From CGC

    Back today...
  24. 9 points
    congrats on the win, I felt the same way last year. My best friend that past away earlier this year would love to brag on me when we would go to set up at the smaller cons and would tell everyone hey this guy here won the big grading contest on the CGC boards
  25. 8 points
    D84

    Have a Cigar! Golden Age only....!

    The latest addition to my golden age Detective Comics collection.
  26. 8 points
  27. 8 points
    Had most of the super powers collection as a kid! Found this for very cheap at an antique store!
  28. 8 points
  29. 8 points
    Famous Fantastic Mysteries December 1946 Virgil Finlay is really growing on me.
  30. 8 points
  31. 8 points
    the non-9._'s... i'm on the lookout for 8&9 upgrades.
  32. 8 points
  33. 8 points
    I totally agree, we are forever grateful to the CGC Board Community for all the support, and financial help we received when my son was Diagnosed with COATS years ago. And while I haven t been online at all in recent years, not a week goes by I don't think about this goofy place and boardies that opened the world of Comic Books to me. Paul was among those early on at CGC who was not only nice to me, but went out of his way to help a "new guy" find his way. So if ever there was a guy who deserves some help..it's Paul. I wish you all the best in your full recovery Paul. I have for auction a Disney Animation Cel. All sales going to Pauls GoFunme. This was given to my Daughter(Ellen) by the immortal Nikos. I had bought several comics from Nik over the years, became friends, he knew of my ellens love of Disney and literally shipped this cel to me for Ellens room. Wouldn't let me pay for it of course. Typical Nikos! Having no idea of its real value aside from it being an animation Cel, Value is hard to determine because of the Nikos factor. So if its ok with the Boards, I will start bidding at $100 with $25 incremental bids. With bidding ending Ending 24 hours from this post. Or a BIN of $500 if you wanna step up and help Paul! Thanks to all involved and feel better Paul!! Kenny
  34. 8 points
    MrBedrock

    Fox Comics Appreciation Thread!

    ...and a Blue Beetle...
  35. 8 points
    MrBedrock

    Fox Comics Appreciation Thread!

    Green Mask covers...
  36. 8 points
    P.S. Here's mine, very happy that I've decided not to go above 9.0 on the first five issues.
  37. 8 points
    Well, I haven't done this for a while---- Apparently this is the only graded copy on census. No other yellow----certainly no blue. The lone graded copy. David Anthony Craft's Comics Interview #31 CGC 9.8 s/s Frank Miller If this publication is 1985, is it possible this image is the first published image of DKR? It most certainly pre-dates DKR #1
  38. 8 points
    Here are a couple of nice sequential art pages Excalibur #3 pages 12-13 Fantastic Four #286 pages 27, 28, 29
  39. 8 points
    FIGHT COMICS #33 CGC 4.5. Amazing eye appeal and gloss on this great WWII GGA Fiction House. IMO, this is an even tougher issue than the surrounding ones, from the sweet spot of the run. REMOVED Back:
  40. 8 points
  41. 8 points
    Anything above 9.4 offends me. When did NM stop being good enough?
  42. 8 points
    Comcav

    CLOSED

    <gulp> Take per PM!
  43. 8 points
    Robot Man

    Books so nice you bought them twice!

    NFS...
  44. 8 points
    The only Timely Cap in the 70s numbering that I have left and it's kinda low grade
  45. 8 points
    Picked up the following over the summer to put back as a Christmas present for my son. Finally got around to having it graded.
  46. 8 points
    Of course... comics...
  47. 8 points
    Stevemmg

    Vampirella's - Show 'em off

    I finally got this Jose “Pepe” Gonzalez mixed media piece framed. Colored pencils and watercolors. Image matted to 17” x 24”.
  48. 8 points
    SAKI

    Recent Pre-Code Purchases

  49. 7 points
    Get Marwood & I

    CGC third party authority

    Thank you. I didn't mean to be cruel. I just struggle with your logic sometimes and you never seem to stay on topic. If I ask you a perfectly reasonable question based on your previous posts assertions and, rather than answer it, you just fire back random questions on a different theme - which don't entirely make sense in their own right by the way - then that's not fun for me. It might be for you, but for me it's just irritating. By creating this thread, I think that your were trying to express your feelings regarding the fact that prices for graded books at the top end often realise huge price differences, and that this must place a pressure on CGC graders who will likely know the difference one or two points can make on certain books. That might be a good talking point. To suggest CGC should therefore control the pricing is ludicrous however, as they don't own the product in the first place. It's nothing to do with them what it sells for. Most every time someone asks you a reasonable question to get to the heart of what you are trying to say, you deflect and get defensive. If you keep this up, I and others will likely stop talking with you in future. But if you make your mind up what you are trying to say and then respond directly to the questions people subsequently ask you, you may find you get a whole lot more out of your membership here.
  50. 7 points
    Two on the census (the other is a 7)
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