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  1. This is a fun thread. I enjoy the omnibus format, but it is tricky to read. The Epic Collections are easier, for sure. I sold off my Alias and Tomb of Dracula Omnibi when prices were high awhile back with no regrets. I sold my Jack Kirby BA Captain America omnibus, regretted it about a year later, and bought another one. Also sold off my Eternals omnibus, on the fence about replacing it, might get the reprint if it comes out. I, too, would like to see the Captain Britain omnibus reprinted. I recently broke down and bought both Uncanny X-Men omnibi off eBay for a pretty good price. Sold a bunch of EC reprints, but I'm keeping the war books. Almost done collecting the Don Rosa Uncle Scrooge books, and I'm way behind on the Carl Barks duck reprints. I have my eye on the Alan Moore Swamp Thing absolute edition (finally!) and the Weird Western/ Jonah Hex absolute edition, although I own the complete run in floppies already. Do you guys sell off your floppies once you buy the reprint? I'm pretty torn on this...
  2. Aww, man. My join date was the only proof I had a tiny shred of cred around here.
  3. Thanks, Buzz, I'll keep my eyes peeled for it!
  4. Does anybody know what CGC's booth number is? It doesnt come up under their vendor listing for some reason.
  5. Let's pretend Machine Man is coming to the MCU or Marvel TV land for a moment. I suppose he could maybe show up in Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Or perhaps the Eternals? (Although that movie already has a ton of characters.) Or maybe the Hellstrom TV show, fighting undead? Anybody want to take a guess?
  6. A super-quick internet search doesn't seem to explain why. Is it just speculation madness?
  7. Jimmy Woo is actually in the Ant Man and the Wasp. He's played by Randall Park.
  8. I don't know, the fact that this latest batch of Marvel characters are being introduced to the masses via cartoons has me doubting their first app. price sustanability. I like cartoons as much as the next guy, but movies are big and unavoidable. Cartoons are little and can be skipped, especially on a streaming service. But maybe I'm wrong.
  9. I kind of think the peak of back issue worth/sales is already behind us. Keys continue to go up, but what about the rest of the books? The run books, the drek, the forgotten pop culture figures like Rin-Tin-Tin and Joe Palooka? Is anybody getting full guide prices for mid-grade back issues of The Beagle Boys, or Dale Evans or Dagar the Invincivble? How about Jonah Hex or the Warlord or the Defenders? Did they ever? There's probably millions of these books laying around, depreciating by the second. Then again, I'd be happy to be wrong.
  10. Yeah, I don't know. It's a goof. I guess maybe somebody at Overstreet figured a bird in the hand? Morbius is acutally filming, right? But nobody knows when or even if Moon Knight will show up.
  11. Pretty sure ASM 101 is on the list because of movie speculation.
  12. In all the photos I think I saw one dealer with a single short box labeled "British comics." Everything else was American. All the wall books, everything! Doesn't a certain 2000AD prog merit a place on the shelf with the other wall books? Or at least a crummy long box? How about Battle? Misty? Scream? Jinty?