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  1. This debate can go on forever, but I firmly believe Adam Warlock makes his first full appearance in Fantastic Four #67 (and its not a cameo). Definition of a Cameo: "A small character part that stands out from other minor parts". It's clear from reading FF 66 and FF 67, HIM/Warlock is the main focus of the two-part story: his role is a major role, not a minor role or cameo role; he is the impetus and very reason for the story (as told in two parts). In Part One: We have his Origin and Creation explained in FF 66 by The Enclave. In Part Two (FF 67): we explore Him/Warlock's interactio
  2. Hello fellow collectors, Just added some more great comics to an already awesome list on eBay: ACA Comic No. 1: John Byrne's first published comic book; extremely rare and highest graded at 8.5 with white pages Swamp Thing Volume 1, Number 1: CGC 9.8; White Pages; 1st Appearance of Alec Holland (the modern Swamp Thing); Origin of the Swamp Thing Marvel Premiere #2: CGC 9.8; White Pages; Suscha News Pedigree Go to the eBay link for further details: https://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?item=283542117621&hash=item42046d5cf5%3Ag%3A1bgAAOSwTm9dI6te&_ssn=screenwriter
  3. Hello fellow CGC Collectors, I'm offering opportunities to acquire several keys from my personal collection including: Adam Warlock: Fantastic Four #67: CGC 9.4; White Pages; 1st Appearance of HIM (Adam Warlock) Fantastic Four # 66: CGC 9.4; White Pages; Massachusetts Pedigree (Origin of HIM aka Adam Warlock) Marvel Premiere #1: CGC 9.6; White Pages; Suscha News Pedigree (1st appearance of the Soul Stone and what many believe to be the first true appearance of Adam Warlock) Fantastic Four #66: CGC 8.0; White Pages; Origin of HIM aka Adam Warlock Invincible
  4. June 6, 2019 It's been a long time since I posted a comment or written a journal. I've been on the sidelines watching the world of comics vicariously through the movies, TV shows, the internet, and auction houses. What brings me back is the sad and dissapointing news that the DC Universe has pulled the plug on the new Swamp Thing series after having only aired one episode. It's a head scratching decision since the show was given absolutely no chance to succeed, yet it has drawn glowing critical reception from fans and critics alike. What were the suits at AT&T thinking?
  5. Wow... just so awesome! It's like a candy store! SW3D
  6. Hello N2WDW, I'm glad to see you are still posting journals. I'm looking forward to the next entry. SW3D
  7. Pretty cool! Gotta admit... someone at DC was having fun with this. SW3D
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    Swamp Thing #7

    Such as strange and twisted tale! I'm a really big fan of Swamp Thing, but I largely avoided anything that wasn't written by Len Wein or Alan Moore... and now I know why. But still... your summary has me intrigued and I may look for a reprint collection of these comics before the Alan Moore run. I'm looking forward to your next entry. SW3D
  9. Things are good. I'm trying to change things up with my collection... but still not sure what direction I should go in. My gut tells me "less is more". I feel I have another "holy grail" calling in my future. SW3D
  10. Hello Professor Pecora, Congratulations on acquiring such a beautiful example of Incredible Hulk 181. As always, I'm impressed by your passion for comics. You are an consummate collector with an eye for detail... can't wait to see what you acquire next. Thank you for sharing these wonderful things with us. SW3D P.S.: Love the rich details and history of your journal... it's a great read!
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    Swamp Thing #6

    Hello FutureFlash, Great review! I'm really enjoying your journal Into the DC Swamp. Looking forward to the next entry. SW3D
  12. Hello All, Just posted for sale on eBay a beautiful copy of the 1st Full Appearance of Hellboy in San Diego Comic-Con Comics #2; CGC 9.6; White Pages; see link: http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?item=282505330232&hash=item41c6a13e38%3Ag%3A0AYAAOSwjL5ZMMyz&_ssn=screenwriter3d&_sop=16 Plus there is a listing of other key comics. If you have any questions about any of the items for sale, do not hesitate to send me a message. Thanks for looking. SW3D
  13. Savage Dragon 102 CGC 9.8 Signed Robert Kirkman 1st Invincible Super Hot Key! 1st Full Appearance of Invincible in Preview (Pre-dates Invincible #1 and Tech Jacket #1) CGC 9.8; White Pages; Signature Series: Signed by Robert Kirkman (This is the first Savage Dragon 102 ever signed by Robert Kirkman in 2011) http://www.ebay.com/itm/Savage-Dragon-102-CGC-9-8-1st-Invincible-Preview-Signed-by-Robert-Kirkman-/282508492738?hash=item41c6d17fc2:g:~nIAAOSwKytZM1lE According to Image Comics, Savage Dragon 102 was published on August 1, 2002 predating Tech Jacket #1 (published on Oct
  14. ACA Comix No. 1 John Bryne Holy Grail for Sale! eBay Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ACA-Comix-No-1-CGC-8-5-WP-John-Brynes-1st-Published-Comic-Book-/282505330232?hash=item41c6a13e38:g:0AYAAOSwjL5ZMMyz John Byrne Holy Grail! ACA Comix No. 1, The Death's Head Knight... John Byrne's 1st Published Comic Book Ever!!!! CGC 8.5, White Pages; Highest Graded on the CGC Census; 1 of only 2 copies. Ultra Rare! Highest Graded Copy: 1 of only 2 copies graded by the CGC. Ultra Rare: Although I cannot prove what the statistics are for this publication, my research leads