Monstertruck97

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  1. That is false. I used to work closely with the fraud division on eBay (over fifteen years) and amount of items and feedback don't matter. Ebay cares more about you getting that item on time then it being authentic. I can point out a dozen autograph sellers who have 10,000-15,000 fake signatures with spotless feedback. Ebay doesn't much care if you buy a fake or not and it's rare for anyone to leave negative feedback due to authenticity issues. Most forgers threaten litigation because it's difficult to prove authenticity being an opinion based collectible.
  2. Her mom, famed actress Debbie Reynolds signed her mail? Disagree with above. My Cgc Ss has a very similar signature and you could see her signature change slight throughout time and this is a late 1990's TTM.
  3. This was the latest I found. I don't own this. From what I gather, he did some private signings before hand. Anyone know of a later slabbed signature?
  4. Also.... http://www.filmandcomicconbirmingham.com
  5. You are correct, I did not read the question. LOL. I guess since it was witnessed, red or silver signature, it has a CGC# noting it was witnessed, I'm sure they would just issue a regular yellow label. But yet again, I can't even read the question properly so I'm pretty much an insufficiently_thoughtful_person. :-)
  6. As long as there is a CGC witness, it will always get a yellow label, just updated with new details and signature addition. No need for red if an employee verifies the new addition/s.
  7. I am interested as well. Count me in, somehow.
  8. As a former authenticator for a major firm (as well as working with the largest auction house in the world), it doesn't make any sense for CGC. They would have to hire authenticators and daily they will receive a number of cheap Jack Kirby books with his easy to forge signature along the front, Stan Lee's erratic and simple to duplicate signature, Steve Ditko's, Jerry Siegels and well you know where we are going that. Autograph fraud is such a problem and nothing is being and done and it's only growing. That guy on ebay, Toufelle or whatever his name will be busy at work hoping to trick "the expert/s". It is fairly easy to trick an expert and CGC will get as much flack as the above mentioned, other outfits authenticating bogus items and isn't worth there time and doing the hobby a great service by NOT authenticating unwitnessed books.
  9. I see so many questionable signatures that are verified by other slabbed comic companies that makes the assurance by CGC a breath of fresh air and unique in this hobby.
  10. Is there a green portion cropped off? Is there green for Stan Lee labels? A lot of nutso prices asked on eBay and this one is no different.
  11. Yeah, as a fan of metal, love the Slayer comic as well. Here is one of my favorites in my collection, even though it is isn't penned by front man Tom Araya. Going to see them this summer and hope to get more stuff signed.