Moondog

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About Moondog

  • Boards Title
    FACT if I stop posting, trillions and trillions of transistors would be out of work.
  • Birthday 01/26/1951

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  • Occupation
    Comic Book Dealer / Collector
  • Hobbies
    Comics
  • Location
    Chicago, IL

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  1. I'm selling these for the family of a collector who passed away. They were purchased during the past 10 years or so. No grader notes - sorry. I also do not know if they were pressed.
  2. Incredible Hulk 180 CGC 9.0 off-white pages. Incredible Hulk 181 CGC 9.2 off-white to white pages. Incredible Hulk 182 CGC 9.2 off-white to white pages. Sold as a set only. $8,000 postpaid to the U.S. only. PayPal or Zelle OK. First get them! No returns accepted. Please note that my scanner no longer makes crisp images. The sparkle that you see to the right of the K in the logo is NOT on the book. The books are not faded and the colors are vibrant.
  3. My first convention (as a dealer or fan) was the inaugural Chicago Comicon in 1976. I became co-owner and CEO in 1991.
  4. Great to see these old Guy Holcombes again.
  5. I purchased a collection along with Stephen Fishler that had "Guy Holcombe" written on the cover. Beautiful books. Someone on the boards tracked him down years ago. What a guy!
  6. The guy was into shaving covers... first time I've seen that sub, sub genre...
  7. Loved the Moondogs back in the day!
  8. Ha ha. It started to be a thing with me, If I couldn't remember a wife/girlfriend's name I'd say, "It's Robin, right?" It was never Robin.
  9. So many memories, Dan. Still in touch with many old Moondoggers. I often feel very nostalgic about those days.
  10. I bought a SA Marvel collection that were all water damaged. FF 1. AF 15 - all the keys. They were near perfect from the middle up. Heart breaking.
  11. i haven't been to the boards in 2 months. Wow! What a memory! I started dealing in the fall of 1975 so this was my first stab at selling books mail order, but more importantly, getting my name out there. The address in the ad was my house. A lot of collectors would come over during the 1975-78 era and look through stacks of books and shoot the breeze. I opened my first shop in September 1978. Thanks for posting, Senormac.