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  1. Would you please update the score on Vengeance of Vampirella #1 (1994, Harris) - Royal Blue Edition? A 9.8 is currently 32 points while the standard version is 64 points. More importantly this is probably the most valuable and sought after non-magazine Vampirella comic there is. More info is available here: http://www.recalledcomics.com/VengeanceOfVampirella1Blue.php Only 100 copies were printed. It also was the very first of many "Royal Blue" variants of Vampirella comics marketed even up until this year. It was sold new for $200 back in 1994 by Comic Cavalcade. A 9.0 copy sold for $2,000 a few years ago, and another 9.0 sold for $750 on 6/30/2019. No higher grades have been sold recently that I recall. This one comic is worth more than than the rest of the Vengeance of Vampirella run combined. Thanks for your consideration. Score significantly increased. Thank you
  2. Indeed... Also notice the two fang marks on his neck, and his choice of jewelry/accessories.
  3. This week I picked up some more published original art for my Vampirella collection. Dan Brereton - Vampirella (1992, Harris) #5 cover Louis Small Jr. - Vampirella Shi #1 (Chromium variant) cover Rick Mays - Vampirella Crossover Gallery #1 (Savage Dragon virgin variant) cover
  4. This was an impulse buy, so I don't know if I'll even end up keeping it, but here it is for you to view for now. Back in 2014 Jenny Frison did some covers for Vampirella, and there were limited editions of only 50 copies that were released as virgin variants as well. Issue #3 had my favorite of those covers, however, Vampirella is supposed to be laying upside-down on the cover. Whoever slabbed this one at CGC must not have been paying attention and mistakenly slabbed it with her laying right-side up and the book upside-down. The thing is that I actually like it this way, and it's kind of cool that it's a CGC error slab. This is how it's supposed to look:
  5. I just got this modern Vampirella grail back from CGC today. It's a pain to photograph correctly, but it looks so much better in person. I actually rolled the dice and sold my 9.0 copy before I sent this one to be graded. Jackpot on the upgrade! Vengeance of Vampirella #1 Royal Blue Edition
  6. Here is my go-to picture when showing off my #1. One day I hope to upgrade it to a 9.6, but that is getting harder (and more expensive) to do.
  7. If I didn't already own a 9.8 Vampi #3, that 9.6 would have been a steal. I don't know how it went that low!
  8. Thanks! Oh and what is this about a full Vampirella issue? Do you have a link to it? Thanks in advance!
  9. I just picked up my third original art page from Vampirella Pin-Up Special #1 (Harris Comics, October 1995). Below are the originals I own and the respective published colored pages. The Dave Hoover is my newest acquisition. Dave Hoover (R.I.P.) on the left and Joel Adams (Neal Adams's son) on the right Michael Bair
  10. If I have to pick... my Top 10 Vampirella covers in no particular order are: 1, 5, 19, 21, 36, 78, 82, 85, 103, Vampirella Special
  11. Here's a new one to my collection. Vampirella by Colton Worley
  12. What about Vampirella #3? I'd say that's worth more than 113.
  13. That's what I was trying to get at. The picture with the note comes so late in the story that is must mean something. It wasn't like Penny wanted Arthur to find out that Thomas was his daddy or had bragged about it. She had basically hidden it from him all this time. If she was delusional about that she would have told him. I think it was the one thing she wasn't crazy about.