Dick Pontoon

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  1. Known as Newton Rings, they are the bane of the CGC slabbing process. Or one of them at least. Many threads on the subject, here's a meaty one: Depending on the style of the slab, you may be able to insert a piece of paper through the sides of the slab to separate the two plastics.
  2. Susan is first rate, but Kenny is the guy who brought restoration to an entirely new level. I'm not sure if she has his level of expertise in leaf casting, or if she even performs it.
  3. Yes, it was. It was resurrected by Toymachine78 and then Revat answered his question. My post was directed towards comicginger1789 and William-James88 who did not respond to the new post or the response, but to the original post from 2017. Perhaps you didn't perform the relevant reading.
  4. In case you haven’t noticed, you guys are responding to a post by the OP from 2017, and the OP has made all of two posts. There’s probably a good chance he’s no longer around.
  5. You might get better answers over in the Signature Forum: https://www.cgccomics.com/boards/forum/48-the-signature-room/ https://www.cgccomics.com/boards/forum/69-sigseries-event-central/
  6. Right. That's his long-time modus operandi. It's called "salting the mine," and old, old con game. Not every book he sells has been tampered. I really suggest you read some of the many threads about him. He is a well-known scammer. You were lucky.
  7. Journey Into Mystery #99, G/VG, $36. Tear on front cover by upper staple. 1st Mr. Hyde. NLFS
  8. Strange Tales #115, FR, $36. Cover detached and almost completely split. Origin of Dr. Strange. SOLD!
  9. Strange Tales #113, FR, $9. Several pages have scissor cuts as if coupons or panels were going to be removed but were not. First appearance of Irving Nebbish - I mean, The Plantman.