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  1. Did SC #4 get any kind of bump when the Flash TV show began?
  2. I wonder if the Asbestos Lady and the Asbestos Man ever hooked up?
  3. If I remember correctly, the publishers did not want the shop owners to return the entire comic, probably due to shipping costs and storage. So, the publishers told the shop owners to just tear off the top 1/3 of the cover, and return it rather than the entire comic. Next, the shop owner was supposed to destroy any excess issues on his/her accord. Based on how many remaindered issues we see, it's clear that the shop owners were not diligent about destroying copies.
  4. I have also thought about selling these books on Ebay with local pickup only. However, since I live in the Council Bluffs/Omaha area, I don't know if I would get any kind of response. Omaha is the 44th largest city in the United States. It doesn't hold a candle to New York, Chicago, LA, or Houston.
  5. How do you access this marketplace? If it is worthwhile, I may have to join Facebook. GAH - I will now be using two social media sites. If I bring up that I'm going to join Twitter, someone please shoot me.
  6. If anyone figures this out, please let me know. I have three long runs that I would like to sell: Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #1 - #263 plus Annuals, Flash Volume Two (1987) #1 - #247, and Web of Spider-Man #1 - #129 plus Annuals and Super Special. I would be glad to try selling them in a long box, but here's my issue. All my issues are bagged or boarded. I usually take 15 books, tape them between two pieces of cardboard, and then wrap them in bubble wrap. Believe me, based on my method, there is no way 263 or 247 issues are going to fit in a long box. I may have to go the 10-15 is
  7. I am currently not on Facebook. I know how to buy and sell comics on IG. How is that done on Facebook?
  8. It was graded by CBCS, which could explain its grade. I agree that it wouldn't receive a grade of 1.0 from CGC. The CGC 0.5 I sold you had the bottom third of the cover torn off, which is far more unusual than having the top third of the cover turn off.
  9. I have the same problem with valuing my collection. I have a JiM #83 CGC 3.0. JiM #83 4.0 - $8,600 - March, 2021 JiM #83 3.5 - $6,025 - November, 2020 JiM #83 3.0 - $4,427 - September, 2020 JiM #83 2.5 - $4,726 - December, 2020 JiM #83 2.0 - $5,100 - March, 2021 So, I believe that it is safe to say that my copy lies somewhere between $5,100 and $8,600, probably about in the middle of that range. JiM #83 4.0 - $2,150 per point JiM #83 2.0 - $2,550 per point Taking the average of these two would result in $2,350 per point. So, this would mean that my copy would be appr
  10. Here's an AF #15 on Instagram with the top 1/3 of the cover removed and replaced by a color reduction.
  11. Here are two more, with pictures: Stilt-Man and Leap Frog from Daredevil. All I can say is that Stan Lee/Wally Wood/Gene Colan must have having writer's/artist's block when they created DD #8 and DD #25.
  12. All I can say is, "What the h3ll happened to the dapper young man?"