Ricksneatstuff

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  1. Do NOT open a second thread unless you shut the first one down.
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    Heritage Fall Signature Auction

    Picked up one of my favorite Millie the Model
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    Heritage Fall Signature Auction

    I was the under bidder on the top one Congratulations!!!
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    Favorite Issue by Genre/ Artist

    Comic types, as I have interest in them. My Favorite of Each I thought about many other artists, publishers like Centaur, etc. but these are the ones I like the most.Archie- Archie 50 (after much thought and debate and back and forth I landed on this- Archie 13 and B & V 40 were close, as is Archie 35)Early Fox- Science 2Late Fox - Blue Beetle 52Early Fiction House - Rangers 26- not super early but I’m going with itLate Fiction House- Jumbo 159Girl tied to plane/rocket- Wonder 13 (cap science 6/ Airboy vol 4 #8 right behind for me, all apologies to Wings 91)Bondage- Jo-Jo 25 (Jungle 54 close)PCH- crime mysteries 2 (calling it PCH)Timely- Daring Mystery 1Cheesecake- Millie the Model 45Schomburg- Suspense 3LB Cole- Suspense 4 Frazetta- Famous Funnies 209Matt Baker- Phantom Lady 18Romance- Cinderella Love 25Crime - Underworld Crime 7Pre-hero Marvel- Tales of Suspense 8Science Fiction- Planet Comics 65 (a TON of close seconds here for me, most of them Planets)Disney - Four Color 178Chesler - Dynamic 11Girl being carried- Startling 49EC- Weird Science 20War- Fight 32
  6. As a kid I always had my own fantasy baseball league (this was back in the 70's). I would get Baseball Digest and make a lineup on paper and have imaginary baseball games with the American League fantasy All-Star team against the National League. I would even keep record of statistics on the players and pitchers. Yes, I was apparently an introverted kid- this was pre-Atari. Once I got Atari Baseball I would use that to keep the stats instead of my imaginary games (that I used to play with a pencil as a bat and balled up aluminum foil little baseballs). Don't be sad for my childhood- it was awesome actually. That leads me to this. I was thinking about how it would be fun to refine a golden age collection down to your single favorite example from a genre or artist. Obviously, there could be dozens of genres and hundreds of artists but I put my favorite genres down and a few of my must have artists. know most of you would have many artists on this list that I don't and that is Fine - (haha- get it? Fine, as in "Lou"). Anyway, here is my cursory list. Feel free to make yours up or say what you agree with or disagree with. This is just a fun exercise to do and think about comics.
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    Heritage Fall Signature Auction

    Also, most of the Peanuts pieces were much softer in this auction than they have been the last year or so. I should have pulled the trigger on one or two.
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    Closed

    Yep, it’s that GREAT of a deal. My 10% off prices are insanely good!
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    Closed

    Sweethearts 25
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    Heritage Fall Signature Auction

    I was in a Star Trek mood on Hakes and got a couple cool things. A Star Trek 1 mid grade and a very cool signed 1973 convention program
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    Fiction house anyone?

    That Fight 37 is pretty!