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About glendgold

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  1. Yeah, I didn't like that Darkseid but by the time I saw it, it was sold. The screwiest thing about it is the reverse side - that circular stamp seems to be the hallmark of someone trying to pass off their work as Kirby. Ernst S Raab? Is that whose art we're looking at?
  2. Late to this, but it's a great idea. Wouldn't have changed a single design choice myself - I think you did it perfectly. I might just try to swim in your wake, dude.
  3. I think I'm pretty vocal when I think there are shenanigans, but I don't see them here. For some weird reason, there's a subset of collectors that thinks bidding like maniacs in the beginning of an auction is a useful strategy. Nothing nefarious, just...maybe not useful. Doesn't seem to happen much in other hobbies I follow.
  4. I don't post stuff for sale often, so apologies if I'm doing this wrong. For those folks I haven't already met, howdy. I've been collecting since 1992 or so. The page I'm selling is in my CAF. If you know Jim Starlin’s WARLOCK opus, you know what this page is and what it means. As Captain Marvel says, "For the first time in his long and tortured life, Adam Warlock is at peace." It’s been off the market for 19 years. Warlock awakens in the soul gem, finding himself in a cosmic heaven with his long-gone friends Pip and Gamora while Thor, Iron Man and Captain Marvel puzzle out what remarkabl
  5. Wow, these are great! Thanks for sharing. The DD is fascinating - someone who knows the history of the character's creation will no doubt see some clues here.
  6. Weirdly I do have one T-day-related piece of art. There's a pretty funny and convoluted story behind its acquisition but for now let's just check out The Glob as he uncinches the waistband of his Prehero shorts.
  7. The movie was hit and miss but Arnold's character was fantastic.
  8. "There's just more to it than picking the right color. It's the texture, the weight of the material. One wrong choice, it can destroy the look of the entire room. There was this one customer that came to me, he wanted solid colored drapes in a little girl's room. I said 'DON'T DO IT.' - You need butterflies, polka dots, balloons. "
  9. Oh, that's great. Marie was a terrific source of humor (and color) in the two most fabled bullpens of all time - I really love her satirical work like this. Thanks for showing it off.
  10. What a coincidence. Friend of mine was watching CNN -- Norm Eisen, Obama's Ethics Czar and Ambassador to the Czech Republic, being interviewed by Chris Cuomo. Annnnd here's what was in the BG. I recognize one of them, of course, but the one that's further away? What do you think? Reminds me of a Shuster Superman page, but I dunno.