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    If you have a dream about out-posting me, you better wake up and apologize.
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  1. For some of these books, even finding a 7.0 is tough! and thanks for the warning about windows updates.
  2. So I just got a brand new laptop (to replace my 8 year old brick) with some fancy graphics & display. This is the first comic pic I've seen with it Looks absolutely lovely! Great pickup man! (The laptop has a touchscreen display. That was fun for abut 5 minutes before my shoulders started to feel it. Don't know how those Star Trek people did it for a several hour shift.)
  3. Congrats for doing that! Thats some good karma points there
  4. After I sold off most of 10+ long boxes of SA books in 2001 (I know - too early to make the big $$$$ like today), I've been strictly adhering to a "5 short box" rule. Once the 5 short boxes get full, something needs to go. Know its not for everyone, but it keeps me focused. Never want to move an SUV sized collection again! Although I might have to up that to six boxes if I ever get close to finishing the whole PHM run with slabbed versions
  5. Great pickup! I was one of the under bidders. I snagged the #7
  6. From the GCD (but I find it a big stretch) According to X-Men: Hidden Years (Marvel, 1999 series) #18 these mutants appear next behind the scenes with more mutants in Amazing Adult Fantasy (Marvel, 1961 series) #14, the mutants of this story are next seen in X-Men: Hidden Years (Marvel, 1999 series) #15.
  7. Not a cover, but something Kirby scripted and drew (his wife Roz is credited with the inks in the GCD) that I recently discovered in Yellow Claw #2 (December 1956 cover date). Scanned for your viewing pleasure. Check out the "mutant" lead story and the awesome 2/3 splash on page 3. Hmmmm, don't think this is the last time that The King will use the "mutant menace" theme in comics.
  8. Newest addition from tonight's CLink auction -congrats to any of the other winners!
  9. WOW! Can't wait until they post all the books but that is indeed the most high grade PHMs seen in a single auction in a long time.
  10. Thanks for the heads up - looks like some serious reading for PHM fans! For those interested in the contents of Vol 1 (now on sale): COLLECTING: JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) #33, 38, 50-73, STRANGE TALES (1951) #46, 50, 67-91, TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) #1-26, TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #1-15, 17-24, STRANGE WORLDS (1958) #1-5, WORLD OF FANTASY(1956) #16-19, AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) #1-6, JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS (1950) #45, 51, MYSTERY TALES (1950) #40, 45, 47, TWO-GUN WESTERN (1956) #4, WORLD OF SUSPENSE (1956) #2, MARVEL TALES (1949) #147, SPELLBOUND (1952) #29, STRANGE TALES OF THE UNUSUAL (1955) #5, ASTONISHING (1951) #53, WORLD OF MYSTERY (1956) #3, 6, BATTLE (1951) #63, GUNSMOKE WESTERN (1955) #66.
  11. That might be the first time that's been used in this thread
  12. I've always been partial to Kirby's.