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  1. Just consider this post as my for every book posted in this theead.
  2. Two BIG ones but Spidey wasn’t even a glint in Stan and Steve’s eyes yet.
  3. My friends and I had a bunch of these Comic Book Foldees. I remember them fondly.
  4. Mr. Sinnott made every penciller he worked with better. I never had the opportunity to meet him so this is my closest connection to him.
  5. That’s a beautiful copy. I’m in with the 8.0-9.0 crowd.
  6. Issue 20 was the oldest 12 cent issue in my childhood ASM collection (only Annual 1 was older) so it has always been special to me. Regrettably, I sold that 48 issue collection to a friend for the princely sum of 5 bucks back in 1970. Hey, it was a pretty good deal at the time!
  7. My top four ASM books would be 1, 3, 14 and 50.
  8. Where would TTA 27 have ranked before the movies? I don’t get the current lofty status of that book. I mean isn’t Ant-Man/Giant Man/Goliath/Yellowjacket a third or even fourth rate character? Maybe I’ve missed something in the 48 years since I stopped collecting Avengers.
  9. Go-go checks were added to attract attention to DC books in the spinner racks. You knew they were DC books when you saw the checks peaking out from behind the rows of books.
  10. Not crazy at all. I wouldn’t trade my run of Vol 1 ASM 2-441 for the AF 15 and ASM 1 I’m missing. My facsimile reprint of AF 15 and CGC 9.0 GRR of ASM 1 will do until I win the lottery.
  11. Yeah, it didn’t make much of a difference.