Jeffreykli

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  1. I own the Albedo #2 and the TMNT #1, but not Cerebus. Never got around to buying a Cerebus, and have honestly lost interest in it when I read the series ending. To me, and to stay copper, I would swap Cerebus for Bone #1 first print because of the low print run to be consistent with the Albedo and TMNT.
  2. I think for Wildcats #1, it was an incentive ratio, and I recall it was 1:100. I really wanted one, so placed an order for 100 copies of #1, just to get the #1 Gold, which was signed. I don't recall if the Gold unsigned was an option or not.
  3. My copy is pretty well centered...a little bit off from the top/bottom.
  4. Matthew, Is it this one? The Comic Book Heroes? https://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Comic-Book-Heros-Will-Jacobs-Gerard-Jones/253915282644?epid=1265973&hash=item3b1e87bcd4:g:dQ8AAOSwX7BaZ5ix
  5. I've found Stan to be incredibly kind and generous with his time. He does quick sketches for free (see my avatar), and will also take commissions. I had one done at SDCC years ago, and it turned out great, and I picked it up later in the weekend. Not sure what his current commission list is like or how quickly he will do them.
  6. The best was Ren and Stimpy #1, which came bagged with a secret message on the cover. The secret message is "You eediot! You opened the bag!! Now the comic ees worthless!!"
  7. I don't have any, but have you determined what books were on the newsstands during October 1968? I did that for my birth month, and then saved eBay searches for those books, since a lot of times date stamps aren't mentioned. Every week or so, I'd check out the scans of new listings to see if there was a date stamp. I ended up getting about five from my birth month, including one with a grease pencil arrival date of my actual birthday. Good luck.
  8. Tim, You're very welcome for the wine, and thanks for organizing. Very fun show, and time flew by. I always forget how much time and effort it takes to set up and do a show. Fun, but as a lot of people will tell you, much more fun to buy comics than sell them.
  9. Should be fun as always! Mark - Are you compiling a wantlist again?
  10. I seem to recall seeing a stack of these for free at my LCS, but that's about all I remember. I don't think I even grabbed one, and it might have been around FCBD time.
  11. Jason, Congratulations on finishing the run, and thanks for sharing. A beautiful collection of books and a great achievement.
  12. Pre-Killing Joke and a great, moving story. I highly recommend getting a copy to read (or read in TPB).