1950's war comics

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  1. it would cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $80.00-90.00 to get just this one comic graded when you count the grading fees and paying for shipping both ways, that is why i think the comic by itself it would not be worth sending in ,,, now if there was a batch of comics to submit, thereby spreading out the handling fee/shipping cost per item , then it would be worth it it might still be worth it to the owner to pay the $80-$90 because it is a nice key and it would look really nice in the holder and be secure
  2. i'm sure there will be some final rankings and when they come out just keep scrolling down and down until your name appears
  3. better to get this book CGC graded than not because then the ink production problems on the inside pages won't even matter when it's slabbed
  4. a new Dracula based TV show out this year Dracula (2020 TV series) Dracula is a television series developed by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, based on the novel of the same name by Bram Stoker. The series was broadcast and released on BBC One and Netflix and consists of three episodes. Claes Bang stars as the title character. Dracula premiered on 1 January 2020 and was broadcast over three consecutive days.
  5. 7.0 but if you submit it to CGC ,you should get it pressed also.....
  6. CGC is getting tough on their grading (probably a typo that should have been a 9.4)
  7. you are right ! that is the most junk i have ever seen ... 9.500 items all junk , it must have took them years just to list everything and why?? they have actually sold 46 items in the last 3 months and made a little bit of money so i guess they must think it's worth it