Sharkey

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About Sharkey

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    Pedigreed

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    Silver Age
  • Occupation
    Millionaire, I own a mansion and a yacht (don't make me explain this to you -- if you don't get it, you didn't watch enough cartoons as a kid)
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    Kirby and Ditko original art, Scuba diving, ketogenic nutrition
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    Here, There, and Everywhere

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  1. Time to find new loved ones.....
  2. Hey Ron! No, it's missing page 2. So 11 of the 12 pages of the Doc Doom origin story are on Heritage.
  3. Is it just me, or does anyone else find it odd that there are so many complete stories for sale rather than pieced out, and how will that affect the bidding? I expect a lot of dealers who have the coin will bid on those, to try to part them out and turn a profit, but will collectors be willing and able to pony up the $$ to get a complete story? Will that equate to a glut or not? I don't recall seeing so many in one auction before.
  4. Currently for sale on ComicConnect - some Steve Ditko artwork from the 1980s. Two splash pages (including the title page), and 22 pages of color guides to the book, "War of the GoBots." Splash Page 1: The three modes of Gobot Leader-1 from comics legend Steve Ditko and Robin Snyder's adaptation of the War of the Gobots (A Golden Super Adventure Book). Based on the popular 1980's cartoon and toy line. Great title/credits page, even here the drawing is recognizably Ditko. Art is in excellent condition. https://www.comicconnect.com/bookDetail.php?id=859177 Splash Page 24: Page 24 from comics legend Steve Ditko and Robin Snyder's adaptation of the War of the Gobots (A Golden Super Adventure Book). Based on the popular 1980's cartoon and toy line. Ditko's trademarks are all over this drawing, the faces, the hands! Art is in excellent condition, there is some light glue residue. https://www.comicconnect.com/bookDetail.php?id=859178 Color Guides: 1984. 22 pages of color guides from Robin Snyder and Steve Ditko's adaptation of the War of the Gobots (A Golden Super Adventure Book). Based on the popular 1980's cartoon and toy line. The artist of these pages is unknown, but they are very unique and charming on their own. Art is in very good condition, the pages have some wrinkling and wear as is expected due to the use of watercolor. https://www.comicconnect.com/bookDetail.php?id=859162
  5. ComicConnect auction is currently live. Bidding opened last week, OA lots end Sept 9. Happy collecting! https://www.comicconnect.com/load_page.php?page=2019_EAXL_OriginalArt
  6. Anyone going to Wizard World Chicago? If so, I'll be working at my friend Matt's booth (#508); stop by and say Hi. There's a sushi dinner being organized Friday night by @TheWatcher so if you're interested in meeting up, check out the thread: Wizard World Sushi Dinner thread At this time, there is no organized Saturday boards dinner (a tradition that sadly looks like it ends this year). I hope to see some familiar and new art collecting faces there! -Steve
  7. I know what you're talking about. A lot of people confuse that with the pictures of the Hulk on the wall in Tales of Suspense 33, but that came out in Sept 1962, whereas Hulk 1 was May 1962. Let me dig around and see if I can find what you're talking about. It was a billboard in the background of one of the stories. That Millie 107 is awesome though!
  8. Final Auctions End tonight, Monday June 10!~ Happy Collecting!