MGS

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  1. Just listed this one on eBay. If you're interested please take a look and bid. https://www.ebay.com/itm/184559178916
  2. Sure thing. I had been trying to get a Lee/Williams X-Men page for years since I had started collecting, but I always got out-bid. Finally picked this one up from a collector on CAF.
  3. Oops, I left my original post below, but I was actually talking about the 276 page. That's the issue I picked up a page from. Original post: Great pick-up! I was surprised that the 277 page went quite as high as it did. Although, on the plus side it, made me feel a bit better about how much I paid for a 277 page a little while back. Mike
  4. His art rep (Tom at Fanfare) retired at right around the same time. Not sure if Stuart has hooked up with a new rep since then. Mike
  5. Yeah, this is how I feel. I have a few pieces like this, and the digital pencils don't really bother me at all. In every case though, it's the same artist doing inks over their own digital pencils. I think I'd feel differently if it were someone inking over another artist's digital pencils. Not really sure why though. Mike
  6. I’m not much of an expert unfortunately, but I bought the page at a show, so I was able to take a close look at it, and there were several places where I could still see pencil marks, so I was pretty confident that it was ink over the original pencils. Like you said, I haven’t really heard anything specifically about his Kamandi run, but you can never be too careful. Mike
  7. That's exactly where in ended up in my quest for a Kirby page. It's not a silver age Marvel page, but he was still doing good work on a character he created, and it wasn't going to break the bank. Maybe I'll add another page someday, but for now I'm happy I get to enjoy this one.
  8. This one is a little different than most of the covers in my collection, but I really enjoy it. It’s Juan Jose Ryp’s Cover for Valiant’s Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #7.
  9. As a big fan of the Parker novels, I loved Darwyn’s adaptations. I picked up this page from The Score not long after I started collecting art. There were a handful of pages available on Albert’s site at the time, but if you’re familiar with the story, this page contains an important reveal, so it was a pretty easy choice for me.
  10. Pretty much from the day I started collecting comic art five years ago I’ve wanted to add a Lee/Williams Uncanny X-Men page to my collection. I was always a day late and a dollar short until now. Very happy to pick this one up this week.
  11. Zanadu did close last year (R.I.P.), but I believe the owner, Perry, is still active online. It’s a real long shot that this drawing came through the store, but I guess you could try contacting him at zanadu@zanaducomics.com. Mike
  12. I was after Ryan Bodenheim for close to 3 years to sell me this cover he did for Valiant's 4001 A.D. #1. Took me a while, but I finally wore him down. Mike
  13. Looks more like Golden Axe. Mike
  14. Does that make Enrico Marini the next Frank Miller? Mike