Noob19

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  1. Completely agree. I found myself in the same situation several times last year.
  2. Just read through this short thread and and as a new collector find this to be a very interesting topic. Also, I just passed on a pricey (for me) cover by a modern artist when it was explained to me it was composed digitally and then inked, by the artist, over his printout. Instinctively I found it less compelling (hard to explain why). Just curious if any of you more experienced collectors have found "recreations" (likely of covers/pin-ups) more common due to the increasing use of digital pencils?
  3. Fun read. What year is that from? 1987?
  4. https://www.comiclink.com/Auctions/item.asp?back=%2FComicTrack%2FAuctions%2Fbids.asp&id=1333330 From ComicLink, Sept. 2019. (Got the date wrong. Auction ended at $5400.)
  5. Wild. I swear in late 2018 I passed on a HB cover for $5k...(Thought it was just too much.)
  6. Many thanks. I just saw that same cover listed on an upcoming Heritage auction. Regardless, I guess $10k is ballpark for a Mignola HB cover...which is just out of reach for me.
  7. Many thanks. I guess I was hoping to find one for less than $11k...
  8. Title says it all. Please PM me if you have a Hellboy cover you are ready to sell (or even if you are just on the fence). Thanks!
  9. My experiences with Guernica match yours. I was incredibly moved by it when I first saw it. Knew next to nothing about the Spanish Civil War and wasn't aware of the connection.
  10. Bought a few pieces from him. Has been great to deal with.
  11. Mignola Hellboy (especially covers)>BPRD, etc. come immediately to mind....