sagii

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About sagii

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    TOTAL NEWBIE

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  • Comic Collecting Interests
    Golden Age
  • Hobbies
    Pop culture circa 30's-80's
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    NYC

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  1. Thanks! You know I was just thinking that is a likely possibility
  2. I agree. Both really good buys, and the 4.0 was a really nice presenting copy
  3. Blue Ribbon 13 is one of my Top 3 covers in my collection. Imagine my surprise after diving into Pulps this year to find out it was a swipe of The Spider Dec, 1939 issue! Both are cool as Mr. Cooper took it to another level literally! Robots vs Demons! Both are cool!
  4. Last of two Spider issues i wanted for my small Pulp want list collection. When i found out after delving into Pulps this year that this cover was swiped for one of my Top 3 golden age covers in my collection Blue Ribbon Comics 13, i had to have it!
  5. Blue Ribbon 13 is one of my Top 3 favorite covers in my personal collection. Imagine my surprise after diving into Pulps this year, to find out it was a swipe of the Dec, 1939 issue of The Spider! Both are cool!
  6. Robin grew up to lead the Teen Titans (a book which in the 80's pulled DC's fat out of the fire by going toe to toe with the hottest comic at the time from the distinguished publisher Uncanny X-Men). The team is a fixture in pop culture today in animated form, with Robin still in the lead. He inspired Bucky, Davy, Davey, Roy, Tim, Dusty, Kitten, Cap Jr, Sandy, Speedy, Toro, and a host of others. What would many of those golden age covers be without those brats tied up and needing saving by the hero... Oh wait, never mind... (but as leader of the Titans, i am a Robin fan though )
  7. Bound in Rope to Bound in Rope
  8. Nice one! Welcome back (again) T.