ciorac

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  1. Fantastic Worlds Comics and Terry's Comics are co-promoting a one day Comic Book and Comic Original Art show in Scottsdale, AZ on November American Legion Post 44. The address of the post is 7145 East 2nd St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. Food and drinks will be available onsite at the Hall. The show will be open from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Admission will be $10.00. We will also have hourly raffles for prizes. Advance tickets can be purchased at www.scbcas.com Confirmed Dealers that will be setting up include: Terry's Comics. Graham Crackers Comics, Harley Yee's Rare Comics, Heroes Comics, Fantastic Worlds Comics, Samurai Comics, Greg's Comics, Collector's Marketplace, Ed Robertson Comics, Koop's Comics, Comic Cellar, and Tom Kalb Comics Confirmed Guests include: Val Mayerik, Terry Beatty, Brian Augustyn, and Marat Mychaels This will be an old school comic and comic art show. Lots of great comics and art will be available for sale or trade. Guests will be available for signings and sketches. Lots of fun will be had, so come on down! More updates to come.
  2. Here is one from my collection that I am fond of. I think it really captures the spirit of both Stan and Jack in those early days of Marvel Silver Age.
  3. Here are some other fun golden age comics that I picked up over the last few months, that have since found new homes
  4. Thanks brother. Probably won't post often, as life is chaotic right now, but I'll try to contribute now and again
  5. And for those who know me, it shouldn't come as a surprise that I added this comic back into my collection...for the fifth time
  6. I love this comic for many reasons, but the reason I love it most is the Batman image at the end of the Superman story. Fitting "debut" for a character set that would be intertwined for decades to come