Taylor G

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  1. Creepy #13 is surprisingly hard to find in good condition, probably my favorite Gray Morrow cover.
  2. That's pretty funny, because no matter the size of the room, everyone's going to be congregating in front of the same itoyas.
  3. JUST TEASING : THE DAVE STEVENS POSTER BOOK DELUXE HC, Signed & Numbered SOLD
  4. XAIME: JAIME HERNANDEZ STUDIO (ARTISTS) EDITION Fantagraphics Love & Rockets NEW
  5. JIM STERANKO, NICK FURY AGENT OF SHIELD ARTIST EDITION (IDW 2014) 1st Ed UNREAD
  6. MICHAEL GOLDEN, MICRONAUTS ARTIST EDITION (IDW, 2020) SIGNED & NUMBERED NEW SEALED SOLD
  7. CONAN: FROST GIANT'S DAUGHTER (La Fille du Géant du Gel) SIGNED ARTISTS EDITION (Robin Recht)
  8. JIM STARLIN MARVEL COSMIC ARTIFACT EDITION (Thanos, Drax, Warlock) HC SIGNED!
  9. FRANK MILLER'S SIN CITY: THE HARD GOODBYE CURATOR'S COLLECTION LTD ED HC SIGNED
  10. Listing some artists editions for sale, most of them signed. An artist edition reproduces original art in color and at the original art size, making it possible to appreciate the art and the artist's technique at a fraction of the cost of owning the art.
  11. Warren's 1984/1994 was supposed to be their answer to Heavy Metal, but it went seriously off the rails under Bill Dubay. Some themed issues of Warren magazines: Sword and sorcery: Dystopian: Creepy had a bunch of themed issues at one point:
  12. Always remember to check your spam folder.
  13. For $50, you can buy scans that are freely available from the wayback machine.
  14. Why doesn't the publisher retain the copyright, with full rights to reproduce the art, the artist only entitled to royalties on publication? Speaking of which, as I understand it, any Heritage or CAF scan of a page of art is technically a violation of copyright (as is a link to said image posted in places like this forum). Interesting things could happen if AT&T executives start weighing in.
  15. It's how blockchains like BitCoin and Ethereum are managed, using Proof of Work. To extend the blockchain, you need to solve a crypto puzzle that is designed to take several minutes (with the complexity of the puzzle automatically increasing if people solve the puzzles too quickly). So the race is on to "earn" bitcoins by solving the puzzle first, with people investing in farms of specialized ASIC devices to do the computation as quickly as possible and beat the competition. It is ecological insanity, and either it goes or the planet goes. Blockchain as a concept is here to stay, b