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    The Collectinator
  • Birthday October 21

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    Silver Age
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    I am rather fond of writing novels, short stories, poetry and heavily base it upon my philosophical views and studies

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  1. P.s I will throw these brilliant stan signed books with the lot. But with the exception of it being payed immediately. I need to sell these fast so please do not hesitate to PM me with offers or anything else. These are reprints.
  2. Hello, I am selling these comic books as a lot, together. For sale are 3 silver age marvel key issues and 3 stan lee signatures! First the strange tales 89 which is a bey hard book to find. It is the first appearance of Fin Fang Foom. This copy is in my opinion a 2.0, in the Mylar it looms phenomenal, sharp colors and gloss and complete only problem is the spine is completely split and the cover is fully detached but still a true beauty. Next is a copy of Avengers 2 the second appearance of the avengers and the issue Hulk leaves the team. A beautiful copy it is missing an ad page but does not affect the story at all otherwise complete and a nice looking 4.0. Next is a copy of amazing spider-man issue 8 the first appearance of the living brain it is complete a tight 5.5 the only problem is there is a very small piece of tape on the cover which at one point ripped the cover but it is very minor and not obvious (look at picture) it is a nice book. Next are 3 Stan Lee signatures, they are not SS so please judge for yourself on what you think about them. To me they look authentic and I bought them from a reliable source. He signed a reprint of DareDevil 1 and New Mutants 98 they are very high grade and lastly is a had page from 1975 it is an ad for stan Lee’s book and he signed the ad. A great piece to have and a great lot to have for sure! I am asking $645 through Paypal buyers protection plus $15 shipping priority mail USPS. PM me with any further questions. Thank you!
  3. Gary Friedrich Marie Severin Steve Ditko Stan Lee Rest in Peace... l hope the best for everyone this new year. Let us hope 2019 will be a brilliant one p.s. as I mentioned Marie Severin, does anyone know if she ever did any CGC ss signings? I have not seen any. just curious
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    Share your STEVE DITKO OA

    got this one after many years of looking. very glad with it. Page 8 from Showcase 75, first apperance of the hawk and dove
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    Pictures of Highest Graded Comics?

    i am rather fond of these i must say...
  6. that would have been a very ditko thing to do. i loved him
  7. i would assume Steve Ditko had a good amount of doctor strange pages in his office along with some spiderman stuff. He had said once that he had kept a good amount of those 5 page sci fi and horror stories he did for stan... wonder if they will ever hit the market...
  8. ditko Mr. A, it is technically a 'splash page" though it was first used a s a cover but later he reprinted it as a more "splash page" centerfold
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    Steve Ditko SIGNED comic!

    hey guys, just got this in as a birthday gift for myself, so stoked to finally own one, i am a huge ditko collector, i only collect ditko comics. anyway does anyone know the history behind this? i know there are more that exist out there and that Robin Snyder published them with steve but does anyone knopw how they came to be? does nayone else know of anyother ditko signed books? thanks!
  10. yup its been happening to me too, does not bother me though
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    Charles Schulz "original"

    @pemart1966 schulz did do alot of those types of drawings, 2. he did do them in sharpie sometimes. anyways i really does not look right, i would not go for it
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    Anyone seen a creator be a jerk?

    its not my video i have no input in it i found it in youtube and thought it explained it well enough, so no im not quoting Angelina Jolie, also i can assure you i am a quiet objectivist, i keep my moral beliefs to myself, i live by them but i dont talk about it, its no ones business but mine, i respect your opinions on the subject, i dont agree with all of it, but i understand. heres the rule of thumb i independently live by, "one" should live the way he/she feels themselves is morally right in a logical and understandable state for the independents own well being as long as the logical action(s) does not affect other independents lives without the other independents fully understood consent in their own logical state of mind. and i put this concept to work to each respectably. you dont have to follow this concept, yoi dont have to agree, or even regard it, its my personal way i wish to live and that shouldn't affect anyone else but me. i dont like people who scream their views to the world and hate on people who dont agree on the same things. also Ayn Rand was not perfect. she was a human being living by her rules. i respect and honor her but that is nearly all. i dont follow Ayn Rand directly, i just follow her concept.
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    Anyone seen a creator be a jerk?

    i dont want to start any controversy (as in lets not fight, rather have a peaceful "talk)... but i am an objectivist, steve actually introduced me to the concept and i later grew a passion fro it through Ayn Rands novels and conpects of moral righteousness, (the fountainhead, atlas shrugged, etc.) anyways, Objectivism is a very controversial subject becuase it represents "selfishness" as a good thing, but what i dont appreciate is when people use that as an excuse to hate on something that has no concern on "them". if you dont agree on a concept or dont want to take the time to understand it then just disregard it... respectably no one should care about your opinions if they dont affect "me". but selfishness in the concept of "objectivism" is not exactly what people say it is... here is a quick video that sums up the correct views on the philosophy... p.s. Robin Snyder is not a man she is a woman, and i have corresponded with her many times and truthfully i see where your point is coming from as she "begs" for money in the campains to publish steve's books, but then again she gives things to you if you contribute so its not like your "donating money" and also it is the fans choice to do so, no one is making you do anything. i happen to have contributed to those campaigns myself and you even get your name printed on the back of the book you helped make possible, and i persnally am a fan of ditkos work he has done with robin, i fined them very informative and "good reads" (as i agree on most points that steve brings up)
  14. thats an awesome copy! and yeah i think im going to stick with just leaving it alone, and once in a while take the covers off to the side and read it / look at it. thanks guys!