PUNYHUMAN

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About PUNYHUMAN

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    Posting Traumatic Stress Disorder

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  • Hobbies
    collecting golden & silver age; model building, fishing, swimming, playing guitar, having good times with my Wife & Son.
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    Land of the Brave

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  1. What a great book to have. Have one myself in a 5.O. slight color touch at top staple. Congrats again!
  2. The Church copy if I remember is owned by a person who used to post on the boards some years back.
  3. I remember that ad for eastern copies in CBG. I was interested, glad I never went to purchase any copies. I remember talking to other collectors and dealers at shows about these uncirculated books. They all said they never heard of them. I stayed away, thank goodness !
  4. A dealer I trust for fair pricing, great grading , usually undergrades and is ethical James Payette. There are others I have dealt with over the years also. Harley is great also, Ted van Liew.
  5. May you rest in peace, Malcolm. A true legend in the hobby.
  6. Two beautiful books. that's the sweetest HOM # 85 I've seen. a Kirby classic!
  7. Highist grade Marvel Mystery # 9 unrestored. 1st hero battle . Torch vs. Subby.
  8. AMF has always been a great run. My personal Favorite. I'm glad you still came out ahead in the long run ,Rick. I guess it all balances out in the end. I wish I could have bid on some of those books myself , but prices are pretty crazy nowadays. I'm happy with the 40 or so Centaurs I do have in my collection that I bought years ago.
  9. We can't have green without a Nazi Gorilla!! Happy St. Paddy Day everyone.
  10. It could be Lou Fine pencils with Reed Crandall inks. I think Hit Comics #17 is both of them also. I could be wrong. Either way, both great artist!!
  11. Sfcityduck, Thanks again for this thread. A lot of work went into this thread. Sad ending though for Dave it seems.