Randall Dowling

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About Randall Dowling

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    I was posting here when you were in diapers.

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    Acquiring unusual things
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  1. WARNING: If you haven't seen the first 2 episodes of the show, do NOT read this post. So, I just watched the first 2 episodes again and I want to underline a couple points (forgive me if any of this has already been raised)- Yeah, I geeked out on this show... don't judge me.
  2. @gtra Welcome to the boards! Please don't take our posts as being anything other than interested in the hint of books you posted. Scan those babies and show them off!
  3. Cross posting from the Men's Adventure mags thread. A couple of excellent additions on their way to me!
  4. @ThothAmonThat's an awesome selection of Marvel mags!
  5. A couple of new additions on their way to my hacienda!
  6. Here's some information to help https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cannibal-Babes-Lingerie-Signed-by-David-Miller-Ltd-to-733-of-2000-Art-Book-/293693568297
  7. I'm going to punt this over to @Straw-Man and @nearmint as they both know much more than I do. I've only ever owned one of Eldon's books.
  8. I like the idea, @wombat! I did a quick search and found these: From ancient times, has an excellent post from a young @bounty_coder And this is a sizable thread, probably worth continuing (even though it's been dormant for 8 years)
  9. And then there were the paperbacks. I've been all over the collecting map, lately. The big boy of the group is clearly Queen of Blood. It's signed 4x by the author- Charles Neutzel, the cover artist- Robert Bonfils, Ackerman, and Earl Kemp (the editor). This was a monster addition to the collection! And I finally acquired this excellent title by the great Cornell Woolrich (William Irish) and another by Woolrich And an early Dell Mapback and a Graphic Library. It was a day's haul!
  10. So, today I went down and picked up another tranche of books from Greg and the gang at Dreamhaven Books in Minneapolis. I really enjoy chatting with those guys as they are another big repository of fandom history and knowledge of all things comics/pulps/books/magazines. It very much feels like the fun I used to have going into comic books stores and record stores in the 70s and 80s! Anyway, I left with a nice little stack of fun. Let's start with the digests! This Falcon digest looks like it was printed yesterday. By far the freshest of these digests that I've ever seen!
  11. Lots of awesome books, guys and gals! I'm posting this as a preview of a much longer post to follow tonight. It's a been a good day!