Jtwpantera

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  1. This is the only SS copy of Combat 4 that will ever be on the census, barring someone signing a copy that has nothing to do with the book. It is also the worst Stan Lee signature that I own, but I am not knocking the man as I will not get anywhere near the age he was at his last NYCC appearance. It was nice to see him that final time. Combat 4 CGC 7.5 SS Stan Lee and Joe Sinnott.
  2. I don't think I ever got around to posting this. I had it signed in 2016 by both Stan Lee and Joe Sinnott. Two great legends that I miss. I got to meet Mr. Sinnott several times over the years and I will treasure those memories.
  3. I do not visit the boards much anymore since I hate the format that they were changed to. However, I figured I would post this as there maybe people trying to figure out what grades the Hero Initiative Captain America Project books got.
  4. Thank you. I made sure to window box the areas so I could control where they went. This is one of my favorite comics so I needed to have it come together right.
  5. Fantastic Four 33 is a partial photo cover, I posted my copy as an example, but it is not NYC. I really have no idea what it is.
  6. I wish I could have done better grade wise, but at least when I cracked the blue label to get it double signed by Stan Lee and Joe Sinnott it did not drop in grade.
  7. I am very lucky that I had the chance to get my copy signed by Stan Lee and Joe Sinnott back in 2016. I think the gamble of cracking the blue label paid off in this case. I also think the ultra fine blue looks great on this book.
  8. I bought this as a blue label 9.2 and cracked it to add Stan Lee and Joe Sinnott signatures to it back in 2016. I always meant to get a good scan, but since that does not seem to be happening the picture will have to do.
  9. That is good to hear. Congratulations, that is a very nice piece you picked up.
  10. Did you receive this yet? Anthony has owed many board members commissions for years. Most of the commissions, if not all, were paid in full and then he dropped off the face of the planet. I wish you the best, but would not be surprised if it never shows.
  11. Unfortunately this is the last thing I was able to get Stan Lee to sign. I haven't really been on the boards in a few years, but when I heard the sad news I wanted to post. Goodbye Mr. Lee and thank you for all of the amazing stories that you have shared with us. I should point out that I broke a long standing rule of mine about only getting Stan Lee on books that he worked on, but the chance to get five creators on this book was something I could not pass on.
  12. This is the first time I have been on the boards in a long time. I still hate the design and will probably not be back for another year or so. While a search brought me to the boards in another thread, I always meant to post this so here it is. I had two of these done back in 2016 and both came back 9.8s. I was not expecting it, but I was happy with the result. They are still the only two 9.8s as of now. Vernon Wells - Wez Kjell Nilsson - Lord Humongous Bruce Spence - The Gyro Captain Virginia Hey - The Warrior Woman Emil Minty - The Ferral Kid
  13. While I have avoided the boards since they were changed to the horrible way they currently look, I popped on after doing a search for the name Herb Dolph. I just bought the Fantastic Four 34 which has Mr. Dolph's name stamped on the first page last Sunday at NYCC from High Grade Comics. Almost a decade after the first, and even the last post, this thread became relevant to me. Blazingbob, I assume you were the gentleman I dealt with when buying a batch of 10 Fantastic Four books and 2 Captain America books. I am glad to hear that Mr. Dolph reached out to you and hope that almost a decade l