Frank Mozz

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  1. Just picked up some clean DC 1940s MUTT & JEFF & WESTERNS and I can't give them away at the store, Got me thinking what one-time major GA genre or characters time has come and gone & 10 yrs will really have little to no fan interest in your opinion?
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    Crom! HELP AN OLD GUY OUT! Need some advise?

    THANKS GREAT HELP!
  3. A longtime comic collector with no, nada not one bit of experience in the original art market. .I am working on finally slowing down a bit and having a comic man cave ( kids are grown up & the house has a lot of room) so I finally get to see some of my 45 yrs of collecting outside of the long "heavy" white boxes.. Anyway, I am hoping to add some nice OA to my comic lair & since I started with Conan in the late 1970s ( really Archies but we don't talk about that ) I am just trying to get a general range for what some of the projected Heritage OA pieces in February auction might bring& figure this is the place to ask for an honest evaluation? There is a nice John Buscema and Joe SinnottMarvel Treasury Edition #23 Conan the Barbarian Cover and two BWS early splash pages from issue 5 & 7 just trying to see what some experts think any of these might bring. My take on the BWS pages is apx 25/35k the #23 cover I have no idea any help would be great. So out of my realm this feels like I am 11 yrs old again and walking into Passaic book center for the first time asking if they have any old comics
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    AF 15 vs ASM 1

    I am not sure the AC#1 vs SM #1 Applies here as both ASM#1 IN 5.0 & AF15 1.5 are plentiful in either grade, ASM #1 is moving a bit right now but over the long haul & a year from now that may not be the case, it does run in cycles. I would still go with the AF#15. ASM #1 will always be the secondary book IMHO. AF15 has so much going for it Arguably the most iconic Marvel Character, a classic badass cover even your grandmother has seen plus all 3 legends are represented as Kirby, Ditko & Lee all got in on the action, it's his first Appearance, I mean it has everything you want from a major key. Let put it this way I never meet an AMAZING FANTASY I DIDN'T LIKE LOL
  5. Just picked up a reading copy of DC ALL-STAR COMICS # 7 1941 & on the last page Superman & Batman make a Cameo appearance in the same story, how early is this for them to be together in the same story ( same panel?) How many other stories pre-date this issue for them to be in the same story arch. Just wondering??
  6. I think the grade is dead on its a solid nm book based on the pics.
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    CLOSED

    1st " I'll TAKE IT" wins lot Shipping in USA $9.99, if outside please contact me first. Paypal Only $199.99 That's About $8 a book! No returns on these all are complete. Includes 24 complete classic Bud Fisher Books From 1945-1956 A Nice Readers Lot with the Average Grade of VG some better some Good. Includes issues 20, 22, 25, 28,29,30,32,33,35,36,37,38,42,53,57,62,63,65,68,73,80,89 & 2 Dells 104/110 1958/59
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    Incredible Hulk #181 - is it *that* red-hot?

    Yea, been waiting for years for that yellow spandex to come back into vogue
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    Coverless Complete Action 1 on eBay!

    Thats cool when was that? Auction, private, bin?
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    Coverless Complete Action 1 on eBay!

    Thanks for the offer really wasn't going on a feeling & maybe I am just looking in the wrong places so your help is much appreciated & maybe you could tell me of the most confirmed recent coverless complete sales on this book? I am just not finding it anywhere & again maybe I am way off on this book & the timing had nothing to do with the final hammer. However, having been selling on eBay for 18 yrs and at our 2 retail stores for almost 13 I have found that BIN prices tend to be higher than auction prices, at least in my experiences. And again any info on recent sales would be great
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    Coverless Complete Action 1 on eBay!

    Absolutely correct Gator. my point was that someone was willing to pay 105, this one ended on an auction at 80+ on an ebay auction on x mas eve, so the assumption that 80ish is the current FMV seems low to me and in the right circumstances I feel you could get better number , now I am not as plugged in as you are so I may not be as aware of recent confirmed private or auctioned sale of complete coverless examples so I could just be off on the FMV.
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    Coverless Complete Action 1 on eBay!

    I understand it sold at a solid record price but imho does not represent the full current market potential of this book, ( I would note it seems like there was a legit 105 offer on the table) truth is if the new owner gives me 4 weeks I would do the 99k ( sell a few more common gems) & could even live with the potential 15k negative equity for the next few yrs .
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    Coverless Complete Action 1 on eBay!

    " I SAY I SAY BOY ITS ALL ABOUT TIMING IF YOU WANT TO BE A CHICKEN HAWK" If the new owner put this up on a BIN for 99.999 it would sell in a very short time. I sincerely feel that timing was a factor on several levels for this book not hitting 100k. I don't know how much of an impact the auction ending on X mas eve was but have to assume it had to have some ( its just a bad time to post this period ) also a bin would gives people time to move money around ie sell off books or other collectibles to make a move on a book in this caliber. I would note that the stock market being all over the place on 401ks ect doesn't help, people I know are nervous about there money right now. If this had been listed last summer for 99k it sells asap imho. My conclusion I think the buyer got a good solid deal & the seller set a world record! MERRY XMAS to both of them!
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    Coverless Complete Action 1 on eBay!

    100% dead on with this one, the book just broke a record and as to the 105 offer does anyone know the complete story on that? What were the details?