Brother J

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  1. I bought one today and got the exact same three books. The Venom was the visible book, so maybe I should have kept it sealed, but the plastic was bending the books. The condition doesn't look too bad once I opened them.
  2. I got the $25 off coupon, bought me a really nice presenting copy of Eerie #2 for almost nothing. Thanks, eBay!
  3. quote from Arnie from August 16th: Do to surgery recovery (its going fine) I can't lift boxes to show off more of my collection. However, my son found two of my SD for sale long boxes. I will post them as I can ,about 500 comics All for sale or trade
  4. Actually, I'm ok, I do have my Eerie #23 above in the thread.
  5. Not as cool as a stack of Eerie #23’s would be, but I am still happy to have these.
  6. I was wondering if the ug wiki is still able to be updated? Was checking on some new acquisitions, and it says Zap #9 1st has a .75 cover price, but no picture, and says the 2nd print has $1.50 cover. My Zap #9 has $1.00 cover price, I'm pretty sure that is the first printing.
  7. ok, finally have access to my books. There is a 2nd printing. There is a secondary indicia on the first page that states 2nd print.The second print's cover price is indeed $2.00, not $2.50. I actually do not have a first print, I have two second prints, so I need to get a first.
  8. I used to have a scan of WW Funnies #2. In the inside front cover, there was a mention about it being a second printing. I think Photobucket wiped out my account, so that scan is long gone, and I don't have access to my books to scan it again.
  9. I've never seen him sign anything other than the Shooter. I don't think I would have the nerve to tell a creator or anyone else I would want a signature from HOW to sign their name, other than where to place the signature on the book.
  10. Not my experience at all. The Valiantfans message board had several meet ups in New York for various panels and other events. One time several of us sat with Jim at his table, and he told story after story about his time with Valiant and other things. Very friendly, answered all the questions and signed my copy of Adventure Comics #346, probably my favorite signed book in my collection.
  11. at 20% off (from sale in Gold/Silver/Bronze)