• Content Count

  • Joined


About *paull*

  • Boards Title

Personal Information

  • Hobbies
    Maybe I don't want to meet someone who shares my interests. I hate my interests.
  • Location

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Here are some cheap copies of Miller's Sin City: Volume 1: The Hard Goodbye Volume 3: The Big Fat Kill Volume 5: Family Values All in VF or better, volumes 3 and 5 have a price sticker on cover, and Volume 1 has a personal library stamp on title page. All second editions from 2005 The Dark Knight Returns, volume 4 is in FVF condition with just a little wear on front and rear cover. DC Comics, 1986 Great reading copies for little money... $15 shipped via Media Mail to a U.S. address. No HOSers or Probies. takes it.
  2. THE SHADOW - with STERANKO original painted covers Volumes 1-23. 23 volumes total. These sublimely beautiful paperbacks were published between 1974 and 1978 by Pyramid/Jove and feature some of the best work that Steranko ever did. All the books appear to be unread. No spine reading creases. No writing and no tears, square and flat. Books range from VF to NM with only slight wear, nothing major. Some foxing to page edges. My iPhone didn't do a great job of capturing the bright color of these books. I can provide some scans on my flatbed if you'd like. Only minor edge we
  3. I have here a fine copy of the scarce and sought after POCKET GUIDE TO CHINA which contains an 11 page mini-comic by Milton Caniff (creator of Steve Canyon and Terry and the Pirates) titled "HOW TO SPOT A JAP". Published by the U.S. Government Printing Office in 1942 for the War and Navy Departments. Story is focused on determining the difference between Japanese and Chinese when experienced in the field of battle. Controversial and ridden with stereotypes. These were intended for use by servicemen/personnel overseas, not for domestic use. 75 pages total. Pages are in excellent cond
  4. That is a very high grade for this book. What a copy! Not just an all-time classic (psst... better than BCM50) Bernard Baily cover, but an awesome Wolverton interior story, too!
  5. Yow! Fantastic book! Or should I say Terrific? There will be people here who will remember they had a chance on this book here before acquiring a copy of becomes out of reach.
  6. I always preferred MC 1, still do. I realize Cap 1 is a better financial investment.
  7. Yeah it's a face close up, but it's a damned brilliant face close up! What book did this before Mask 1? Context is important.
  8. He did do a bunch of covers with floating heads (Mask 2, Suspense 10, etc.), but I don't think that applies to Mask 1.
  9. I'm thinking Hollywood or Madison Avenue!
  10. Cole was a brilliant designer and visual marketer. I think that he could have been a very successful career in advertising or the magazine industry.