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  1. Yes, that looks legit too. That hologram has the number 31661 which should match the COA it came with to be sure. But that's definitely the correct hologram.
  2. I'm not saying I know exactly what's happening here... but if I want a sketch on a particular blank book, especially someone in a different country, I almost NEVER expect them to provide the book. Add on top of the fact that Europe and Asia don't get a lot of the blank covers we get here in North America, mailing something to the artist is a totally fair request by the artist. Also, having to wait "a month" for mailing to a foreign country isn't something people should complain about. It's customs, postal efficiency, and a myriad of other things that can delay a package. A month is definitely a little long, but I've seen too many collectors lately state that "artists should be able to turn out their commissions in 2-3 weeks" like artists only take one commission at a time. 1-2 months for lesser known artists, 3-6 months is ore typical, 6-12 months for bigger name artists, and 2-3 years for "the legends" sorta speak. I'm sure A-donis and some of the more seasoned vets can attest to how long some commissions may take. Anyhow... I'm probably breaking a rule by posting this. So I should probably stop here. I'll probably wake up and delete this.
  3. It’s on a drum head... no one knows why... There are 3 other comic creators who's signatures I RECOGNIZE ALREADY on that same drum head... They don’t seem to be related, so I’m just trying to find someone who recognizes the one unknown signature?
  4. Seen a few drumheads with comic creator signatures... anyone recognize this mystery signature? Looks like it starts with a D to me ... but I also think it spells “DLYMT—-”
  5. Yes... THERE IS A FORM YOU HAVE TO SEND WITH THE BOOKS!!! Have CGC email you a copy of the "Signature Series Creator Agreement" You can fill out some of the information yourself, but the creator has to fill in some information too (date, contact info, etc.) That form MUST accompany the books through the process and CGC must receive it WITH THE BOOKS. CGC will contact the creator and verify the authenticity that way and allow the books to receive SigSeries (Yellow) Labels. They update the form from time to time so make sure you ask for the latest version. I would also recommend Sending a pre-filled SigSeries form if you can get one from your LCS or CGC as well as a pre-printed shipping label and envelope/mailer for the creator to forward the books on to CGC. The form will help make sure it gets charged to the right account and ensure you can watch the status of the submission as it progresses. The pre-printed shipping label will make it easy for the creator to package everything up and drop the items off at the post office. The books must arrive directly from the creator so making it as painless as possible for them is ideal. The creator can NOT send the books back to you prior to shipping them on to CGC!!! Even if you don't open the package and just relabel it. It has to come from the creators address. CGC will check the return address and routing/tracking information to verify that the package arrived from the creators address, not yours. I ran into a small problem once because I live near Kevin Eastman who signed some books at his house for me and were sent in for grading afterwards. CGC saw the identical Zip Code and gave us both a call to verify details. That was years ago. Fun times. Good luck!
  6. Wait... you got the book in the mail and NOW you're going to send it to CGC?!? Just a heads up, that's not how Sig Series works. Prepare for a Green Label with "Sketch and Name Written on Cover in Marker" or something to that nature.
  7. Of you're referring to the package that the convention is selling online as an add-on, then it looks like that package is set up through ECCC itself. You will need to contact ECCC directly about those details.
  8. So, instead of replying with, "you should contact customer service, the phone number is on their website" ... you wrote all of that? Must be nice to not have anything better to do than comment shame a new boardie. You're normally a really insightful person with your comments, it's a shame to see you being a flat-out bully here. It only "came off as condescending" because IT IS condescending. If you don't have anything nice to say, just click the back button and find a new thread that you can be helpful on, maybe. ... and if you were paying any attention you would have noticed he joined the boards OVER A YEAR AGO.
  9. Here is one of the many books I got done at SW Celebration a few years ago. It’s a fun one. I have a cast signed 1977 #1 CGC 9.6 from this show too, but everyone has one of those these days. Between 3-4 books I have everyone including Harrison Ford and David Prowse. In the meantime this one is different that what most people have. Signed by (reading horizontally from top to bottom): BJ Muir - Sculptor of Darth Vader’s famous helmet and armor (as well as the Stormtrooper and C-3PO body parts) Clive Revill - The original Emperor Palpatine (ESB Hologram/Voice) Billy D Williams - Lando Calrissian Ian McDiarmid - The “Sith Emporer“ we love and hate Ray Park - Darth Maul Mark Hamill - “Luke” Skywalker Carrie Fisher - “Leia” Organa/Skywalker Kenny Baker - R2-D2 Peter Mayhew - “Chewbacca” Anthony Daniels - C-3PO Jeremy Bullock - Boba Fett Erik Bauersfeld - Voice of Admiral Ackbar who famously said, “IT’S A TRAP!!!” Anthony Forrest - ANH Stormtrooper who said, “These aren’t the droids we are looking for... move along...“ Daniel Logan - Young Boba Fett (Ep.2)
  10. I know this post is old, but had to throw my two cents in since someone redirected it the other day. All this signatures look legit to me. His signature varied quite a bit in the later years. Gotta remember the man was half blind and 90+ years old. If a fan asked him to sign in a tight spot like that it could have a pretty big variance in layout as Stan tried to fit it in. The COA is legit too.
  11. Friend picked up an interesting sketch on the cheap at a local show. None of us (and the seller) recognize the signature. Anyone know who this is? Another friend said Warren Louw, but that’s not right. Similar signature style, but not the correct letters at all. Any help?
  12. The universe conspired against me so many ways. Lost mail, deadline delays, done on the wrong paper, redone on the wrong book, and submitted on the wrong account. So many miscommunications and just bad luck along the process. 99.9% of my stuff gets done flawlessly by managers, handlers and facilitators, no body has perfect luck their entire collecting career though. This was my turn to get the beatdown.
  13. Giuseppe Camuncoli through Daniel Scott at Scott’s Collectibles UK This one took quite a while to come in too. I’m not having the best of luck these days with that.
  14. Finally, a long long long overdue commission from the end of 2017. Bane by David Finch.