PhilipB2k17

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  1. As you said, it’s the same character, same run, same artist. So it comes down to aesthetics. Which one looks better? If the pencils-only is the published version, then it’s inherent quality is what matters.
  2. Sal Buscema started drawing in that 90’s style. And he actually kind of pulled it off. But his classic style was way better, IMHO.
  3. Yeah, I was going to say that didn’t look anything at all like Palmer. I have a couple of Palmer inked pages. One from the70’s and one from 1990. They look Nothing like that. And, of course, there’s all the Classic king he did on Adams, Gene Colan, Buscema, etc.
  4. Thanks for posting this. I’ll definitely check it out.
  5. Still looking for a good Trimpe Godzilla page. Can’t afford a cover. But I’ve seen a free drip out here and there.
  6. Chris Weston, a great modern Dredd artist, sells stuff directly on eBay from time to time. Often full paintings. Also, a terrific Ezquerra Strontium Dog page - featuring Johnny Alpha - just sold on eBay as well.
  7. If you have a Smart TV, you can load the Facebook video app and watch the show on your TV.
  8. it was also groundbreaking in that it had a same sex romance Between the reincarnated (as a woman) Lancelot, and Queen Guinevere. Groundbreaking, at least, for a Big Two book.
  9. Great pickup, Ron. I too am looking for a great C3000 piece. While I can’t afford a cover, I do appreciate this one. It’s great.
  10. I heard it was Covid related. But, apparently he’s doing OK now. I’m posting my Cowan page in solidarity with Denys. He told me that this was one of his favorite pages from this series Get well Denys! UPDATE! 😊
  11. OK. So the episode was filmed a year ago. That explains why some of the pieces have been up for auction.
  12. They’re all late 30’s to 1940’s, based on what was said on the show. So, it makes you wonder.
  13. Uh oh. Is this another brewing Antiques Roadshow “planted collectibles” scandal?
  14. A guy brought in a portfolio full of classic original strip art that his father got from the creators, including a Prince Valiant Sunday strip, a Disney Mickey Mouse and a Herriman Krazy Kat. All signed. https://www.thirteen.org/programs/antiques-roadshow/original-comic-art-collection-ca-1937-mdwpwp/#