mrwoogieman

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  1. Welcome to the boards! I'm sure your first post sales thread stating no returns will do gangbusters here!! Frankly, I'm surprised I haven't been trampled yet by prospective purchasers.
  2. That "amazing" cover has one critical flaw - Bloodshot's open mouth and teeth! FUGLY! I thought it might have something to do with the chromium process itself, but then I saw the original artwork and, nope, BWS put that smile full of old graveyard with slipping tombstones together himself. It's amazing all right, and not in a good way!
  3. I disagree with your hypothesis.
  4. Top Cow did newsies too! Learn something new every day.
  5. Bob is thinking, another sale like this one and I can get both hips done!
  6. Back on the topic of stickers over UPC codes - X-Men 45 from 1995 came in foil and non-foil editions, both newsstand and direct versions. Here is a non-foil newsstand edition, but with an extra newsstand sticker on the front cover and a MARVEL COMICS sticker pasted over the printed newsstand UPC.
  7. Get the OP back in here! @aszumiloaszumil
  8. I don't understand. Mark is soliciting donations for the whistle blower's legal fund, but he's one of the lawyers who needs to be paid?? Maybe I'm misinterpreting the Tweet in the article, but seems gross.
  9. ASM 210 still chugging along, I sold a GVG copy on eBay this week for $25!
  10. I found a newsstand Buffy comic from Dark Horse. Did DH do newsies for many titles?
  11. Picked up another half dozen of these at a local antique shop that has lots of comics. I have 25-30 or so issues now with a few dupes.
  12. Would there be any interest in a low to mid grade 12/15 cent Archie titles sales thread? I've accumulated a short box full, somehow, and was thinking of doing a simple condition-based sale, 3.0/4.0-5.0/6.0+ for $1/$2/$3, something like that.
  13. Haven't been there for many a year, but was a semi-regular for a bit when I worked in the Equitable building.
  14. They've definitely gained a following and are a fun set to put together. Not sure how you're gauging "popular", but the under-the-radar Star Comics books are generally the toughest to find in better-than-marginal shape and especially any of those books in 9.6 or 9.8 -- they're going to be very expensive. https://comiclists.wordpress.com/2014/05/07/marvel-25th-anniversary-covers/ Here's a little write up on the different issues in the series.