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About Terry_JSA

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    Collector is an understatement.
  • Birthday 12/10/2001

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  1. Here are the rules  1) I will consider offers but first trumps all. 2) I accept payment via PayPal. 3) Shipping is $15 within the U.S territories only and $20 to Canada. International buyers, please inquire about shipping. 4) No probation or HOS boardiesallowed. Noreturns on CGC graded books.14 day returns on raw books. $2250
  2. I’m not too sure, I asked the dealer I bought it from if it had any restoration and he said that it had none as he personally owned the book for around 20 years.
  3. Thank you all for your input so far, I probably graded it a bit too high without taking the tanning into account as I’m not too sure how CGC grades when it comes to things like that, especially on older books.
  4. Picked this up at a show today in Charlotte, bought for what I thought was a good price since it’s a nice solid copy, thought I might see what you guys think on the grade. I personally see it as a 9.4 with little to no defects.
  5. Having it signed on the inside and out, especially with Herb Trimpe saying this IS the 1st appearance of Wolverine really makes this book special.
  6. It’s also gets further and further out of reach.
  7. This week I picked up an Atomic Comics #1 and all I can say is that this book is gorgeous! It’s an homage cover to Detective Comics #8 and it’s a very solid copy without a doubt. The book is complete and it has no restoration at all whatsoever, looking forward to submitting this to CGC!
  8. That’s the unfortunate part to the wonderful homage cover Neal Adams brought us.
  9. Yeah I think it’s dumb, but at the end of the day people can do whatever they want, it’s their money. I’ve seen high grade copies before it’s not like they’re rare or anything, just a little high in price but they’re out there. I do think it’s a bit crazy that there’s huge price difference between a 9.0 and 9.8 copy.
  10. Considering how the market currently is right now, it wouldn’t surprise me if someone actually bought this restored copy for $3.5M but it’s still a cool book nonetheless, restored or not.
  11. I don’t blame this person, it would be cool to see this sell for the asking price and break another record!
  12. I personally don’t see a reason in paying $35,000 for a Batman #227 when you can buy an actual Detective Comics #31 that’s restored for probably the same price or slightly more.
  13. They might think I’m crazy person, but who knows.. one may just have one stored in their basement.
  14. I’m in the middle of the madness and I’m just thinking to myself how am I now going to get an X-Men #1 now that the prices have shot up.