Mr. Lady Luck

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  1. I apologize if I got cranky and carried away...
  2. We're just going to have to agree to disagree here. The purpose of the label is to provide information about the book in a clean and professional manner. It is not to distract or call attention to the book. In my opinion, bland is good. But, whatever... Just don't use rivets.
  3. If you're going to use a special label for Pedigree, why not stick with what you already have? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  4. One of my all-time favorite covers.... ever...
  5. At first I laughed... But now I am crying at the reality of this,,,
  6. Hypothetical: I own a Universal 8.0 copy of Boy Comics #17 with white pages. It has never been pressed or cleaned. Someone else owns a Universal 9.0 copy of Boy Comics with white pages (but the book was originally a 4.0 before pressings). Who owns the highest graded book? Which copy would you rather have?
  7. Are you positive that it's not the mylites that are giving off the smell?
  8. So how many times can a 75 year old comic book withstand a pressing and cleaning before it starts to do serious harm to the book?
  9. Just think of the massive amounts of non-restorative restoration that went into this book.
  10. I am definitely noticing this trend and I do not like it. I've become skeptical of every golden age 9.6 and 9.8 I see these days.
  11. Yeah, I'm the same way. It seems a shame not to collect them all, but without any GGA, I honestly have no interest in issue #1.