Harley Troy

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About Harley Troy

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    If you have a dream about out-posting me, you better wake up and apologize.
  • Birthday 12/04/1976

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    Business manager
  • Hobbies
    Coaching Basketball, Comic books & my family!! Oh, and I ride a Harley!
  • Location
    Littleton, CO

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  1. For my part Chandler was a joy and a friend in the ten plus years I knew him. He was my first "facilitator" and not only got me my first Stan Lee signatures but also some truly timeless signatures. I was also fortunate enough to have helped him and Sharon at several Denver Comic Cons, which led to dinners with Herb Trimpe, John Romita, Jr. Bob Layton, and others I'm sure I've missed. Also made several friends working with Desert Wind that I'm still fortunate to speak with every so often. A bull in the china shop, for sure, but the comic world is lesser without him and I wish Sharon and all hi
  2. Bought a decently priced sketch from me, asked good questions and was timely in his payment. I would not hesitate to do business with Tom; asset to the community.
  3. Yeah, it's all those nasty, law abiding gun owners that are causing all the mayhem!!
  4. So you assume the other neighbors are just going to stand and watch? Not in my neighborhood. Your concern is valid, but it does not speak for everyone.
  5. 1) Not technically a comic creator but my number one is still: Rebbeca Romjin (Mystique) 2) Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique) 3) David Mazzuchelli
  6. I would whole heartedly agree with Turtle's comment. As a collector of Hero Initiative sketches I have been saddened to see a handful of these with added signatures that has certainly lessened the art's appeal.
  7. And I still have it my friend!! As far as the Severin, as far as I know she only did the Spider-Man Hero book, no Hulk sadly.
  8. This is something of a white whale for us SS guys. I'd love to contribute where I can. The "collector" knows a ton, alexH, man, it would be great to get this off the ground. I've personally always wondered how many Eisner's were ever done......