RCheli

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About RCheli

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    If you have a dream about out-posting me, you better wake up and apologize.

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    I used to live in Chicago...

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  1. Very sad news. When I lived in Chicago, Bob would always stop by when I set up at local conventions and was always there with a good joke or jab.
  2. This weekend's show was significantly better than last month's, and a lot more people showed up (and they had money, too). Derek sold an X-Men #1 15 minutes into the day, so he gloated about that for a while until I sold about 20 different issues of Power Pack from my 50-cent bin, so that shut him up pretty good. I think the next show is sometime in November.
  3. I have no idea why that Excalibur special isn't more valuable. First appearance of the team, great Alan Davis art, higher cover price (so it didn't sell nearly as well as the first issue of the regular series). I buy them all the time, too.
  4. Now that I re-read the thread, you're right. That's totally him. (Looking at his stuff on Facebook, the signature looks 100% and the style too: https://www.facebook.com/markaspears).
  5. Message him on Twitter -- https://twitter.com/bartsears -- maybe he can verify if they're by him. They don't look like his art (he has a very distinct style), but who knows.
  6. And I'll throw in a $50 donation as well.
  7. I know Zapp had several boxes of Marvel horror magazines there on Sunday. (I almost bought all of them, but resisted.)
  8. This weekend, people! Don't miss out! Also, Derek has the new Overstreet volume in stock with about 350 different covers (a slight exaggeration) at 20% off cover price (10% off for the oversized edition).
  9. Again, I'm not defending the guy, but he has a significant dollar presence at local shows. I have never bought anything from him, but I've sold to him on numerous occassions.
  10. I wouldn't say that an area with the comic buying population of New York would only have room for two large buyers. I'm not defending him AT ALL, but he spends money. I've never bought from him, but I've sold to him many, many times.
  11. He buys a lot of books and sells a lot of books. He has very quickly become one of the larger buyers in the New York area.
  12. Super excited to set up again! Picked up a nice collection of 60s Dells, Marvels, and DCs that are newly bagged and priced and ready to go into your collections!
  13. It really, really looks like John Romita re-drew his face. I'd love to see the original art for this to see if there were corrections.