Frank.Einstein

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  1. Very interesting! I think that the collection I was buying from is different. They seem to be from about 1969 through to the early 1990s. The vast majority seem to be BA Marvels - long runs of ASM, Avengers, Hulk, Thor, and Iron Man etc – but also a lot of common and obscure magazines (Eerie, Martial Arts & Wresting mags). They seem to have an excess of distributor ink on them, and many copies are clearly from the outer bundle (with bundle marks). For example, he has sold a few hundred, or thousand, ASM 129s and 181s over the years. The freshness of them is a thing of beauty, the gloss, t
  2. Fascinating! Over the past 20 odd years (esp from 2004-2018) I have bought a lot of comics and a few mags from one seller who had/has access to a Marvel (and other publishers) distribution warehouse collection in the US, the exact location of which I am unaware of. The comics sound exactly like what you describe. Wonder if they are one in the same?
  3. Famous Funnies #214 CGC 3.5 OW Asking $1950.00 for this seldom seen spacey slab (sorry for the blue hue; shot with mid-afternoon natural light from the north. Can reshoot with better light tomorrow if anyone wants). Shipping be $15 in the United States, and an extra $10 shipping to Canada. US buyers will receive the book shipped within the US, Canadian buyers within Canada - no customs or duties to worry about on either side of the border. I'm happy to ship overseas so please inquire. 14 day returns (Buyer pays return shipping). Paypal or e-transfer. in the thread trumps all PM
  4. But what makes Adam Legend of Blue Marvel #1 interesting – in relative terms and regardless of what you think of the book – is that (to my knowledge) there are no variants. So there is only one version of the book that people are after. A rarity in these days of moderns heating up madness!
  5. Yes, we need to start a new thread: "Comic shipping methods that are heating up"!
  6. And you can order Geminis quite reasonably in Canada via amzn
  7. My two copies of Micronauts #8, plucked from the comic shop shelves in 1979! Now to extract them from their 42 year old yellowed bags...
  8. Offering up one nifty custom bound hardcover volume of the first 15 issues of Kull. This was purchased in the 1970s, and probably bound thereabouts as well. Asking SOLD!!! in the United States, and an extra $10 shipping to Canada. US buyers will receive the book shipped within the US, Canadian buyers within Canada - no customs or duties to worry about on either side of the border. I'm happy to ship overseas so please inquire. 14 day returns (Buyer pays return shipping). Paypal or e-transfer. in the thread trumps all PMs. Thanks for looking, and stay safe everyone!
  9. This is so fantastic! The story should be preserved in stone for all to see. Please keep us updated on his grandson's reaction!
  10. One book on offer this fine evening: Superman #44 CGC 5.5 OW/W Sales are sparse and somewhat variable, with three 2020 sales rising (4.0, 6.0, and 9.0) and one (4.5) selling lower than apparent market value. $15 for shipping in the United States, $25 in Canada. US buyers will receive the book shipped within the US, Canadian buyers within Canada - no customs or duties to worry about on either side of the border. I'm happy to ship overseas so please inquire. 14 day returns. Paypal for e-transfer. in the thread trumps all PMs. Thanks for looking, and stay safe everyone!
  11. Just another ridiculously extraordinary transaction with Tim to report. He banishes all other forum members to the land of wind and ghosts!