Flex Mentallo

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  1. Thanks Peter. This one smacked my gob! http://comics.ha.com/itm/golden-age-1938-1955-/jumbo-comics-6-fiction-house-1939-condition-fr-gd/a/7104-92043.s?ic4=GalleryView-ShortDescription-071515
  2. You're definitely closer than I realized. Between us we would have all but four issues - and lots of duplicates.
  3. I really hard to grit my teeth on this one because of the pq.
  4. Me too. No gloss right? And black and white interiors? Here is my only 'foreign printing'. I love that book, and...I want it I passed on a copy for under $10 abut 20 years ago and this one is the first I've seen since.
  5. Of course it was, Brian! I hadn't meant to suggest otherwise. As for me being a nitz, unfortunately there is no denying it. I found the perfect definition: 'A Bossy show-off who can't stand not being the center of attention, a loudmouth person_too_unaware_of_social_graces who tries to order people around even through he's not a supervisor' Hmmm....Thanks for the definition. I thought it was just a Jerky Boy name... And I thought you missed the joke... I guess I'm special, cause I don't have any issues of Planet... 'Jerky boy', that's me! Hmmm...maybe the Jerky Boys never made it across the pond...here, listen to this: Bring in the tank!
  6. Of course it was, Brian! I hadn't meant to suggest otherwise. As for me being a nitz, unfortunately there is no denying it. I found the perfect definition: 'A Bossy show-off who can't stand not being the center of attention, a loudmouth person_too_unaware_of_social_graces who tries to order people around even through he's not a supervisor' Hmmm....Thanks for the definition. I thought it was just a Jerky Boy name... And I thought you missed the joke... I guess I'm special, cause I don't have any issues of Planet... 'Jerky boy', that's me!
  7. The original for comparison. It's the Toledo copy, but CGC no longer recognizes the pedigree.
  8. Me too. No gloss right? And black and white interiors? Here is my only 'foreign printing'.
  9. Not aware of any specific source of reference. The only real clue seems to be that the more intense the colors, the more likely to be close to the original intentions. But that's just a general rule of thumb I use, with which others may disagree. We may never be sure.