aKyleT

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About aKyleT

  • Boards Title
    Learning the Ropes

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  • Comic Collecting Interests
    Golden Age
    Silver Age
    Bronze Age
    Copper Age
    Original Comic Art
    Genre-specific
    Character-specific
    Creator-specific
    Theme-specific
  • Occupation
    Sales
  • Location
    Chicago

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  1. I love these, awesome. Here's the wikipedia for the general: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_General_(locomotive) It was "stolen by Union spies in the Great Locomotive Chase, an attempt to cripple the Confederate rail network during the American Civil War." I find that really cool and by extension the books. Thank you.
  2. I'm glad Chicago train cars for the most part aren't wide enough to do this.
  3. I'm very very much impressed, edit: the board delivered. But if I don't come off that way it's because I'm also feeling kind of depressed. I'm surprised and glad anyone responded at all honestly.
  4. I'm a DJ so my weekends are just gigs and rest. It's really nice to come back to more responses. thanks everyone.
  5. Thanks for the help. I don't think I'll have a ton of luck because it seems the farther back you go the more comic books were just for kids... kids buy candy and toys, not tourism.
  6. I'm looking for a comic in which one of the following things is present: The story references a real life railroad company, or train line. There is an advertisement for a railroad company or train line.
  7. Hey guys, I'm Kyle, 23. I'm really curious about the history of comic books, my favorite Superhero team is the Fantastic Four and my favorite non-super hero book is Sandman.
  8. Looking at it again and being precise, it's just 4 pages not a third. Still not an ideal thing of course.
  9. Has a half inch tear at the bottom of the page through about 1/3 of the interior.
  10. No that creasing does not happen in the interior.