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  1. Since I couldn't find a properly placed Eternals thread I thought I would start one since the heat is on and people are loading up on early issues. I wanted to provide some guidance on the key issues so folks can be somewhat educated before just looking for issue #1 & 2 and point out some very important observations. If you actually read these books issue 1 is about the discovery and isn't that great of a book. Issue two has a cameo of a celestial at best (should not be full first appearance). It really starts to get good by issue 5 which contains the fist appearance of several popular and key eternal characters. For clarity, there have been three primary leaders for the eternals over the years and noted below. Ikaris was the first chronological character to appear but Zuras, Sprite and Ikaris were the first (transformed by the Celestials). Thena, Ajak, Druig, and Sersi were active before the Second Host. I have listed # of appearances in Earth 616, to show the significance and staying power of the characters over the comic series and beyond just the Eternals as these characters appeared in other books over the years (some more frequent then others). Revised chart further down in first page of thread (leaving original here for prosperity's sake) Issue Character 1st appearances # of appearances to date Eternals #1 (30 Cent Variant) Eternals: Ikaris (Prime One Leader) 115 Deviants: Kro 67 Eternals #2 (30 Cent Variant) Eternals: Ajak 48 Celestials: Arishem the Judge (in Cameo) 51 Eternals #3 Eternals: Sersi 249 Eternals #4 Celestials: Gammenon the Gatherer 34 Eternals #5 Eternals: Makkari 141 Eternals: Thena (Prime One Leader) 106 Eternals: Zuras (Prime One Leader) 67 Eternals: Domo 13 Eternals #7 Celestials: Jemiah the Analyzer 14 Celestials: Tefral the Surveyor 18 Celestials: One Above All 25 Eternals #8 Ransak the Reject 46 Karkas 48 Eternals #9 Eternals: Sprite 34 Celestials: Eson the Searcher 27 Celestials: Nezarr the Calculator 23 Celestials: Hargen the Measurer 15 Celestials: Oneg the Prober 22 Eternals #11 Eternals: Kingo Sunen 20 Eternals: Druig 33 Eternals: Valkin 20 Eternals #12 (35 Cent Variant) Eternals: Uni-Mind 19 Eternals #13 (35 Cent Variant) Eternals: Gilgamesh (The Forgotten One) 78 Eternals #18 Celestials: Ziran the Tester 44 Eternals Vol 2 1985 #1 Phastos 34
  2. Hi all! Putting up a few pieces for sale. Only looking to sell 1-2 pieces so I can hopefully complete another transaction. Open to offers and time payments if required. Thanks! 🙏
  3. Update on 'SKY MASTERS SUNDAYS IN COLOR ENGLISH EDITION' which contains a large section of original art: The book is RESOLICITED, so previous orders are CANCELED, I apologize for any inconvenience. It'll be included in the JUNE Previews catalog and it'll hit the stores in AUGUST, this time with no delays since it's already printed. But you don't need to wait, since you can order it NOW from me, and you'll received it in a couple of weeks. Postage to USA from Spain is just $20 thanks to the collaboration of the Kirby Museum. A cheaper option of shipping it now from Spain to US and Canada is via boat. It'd cost $10, and it'd take about two months to arrive, non traceable. It'd arrive circa mid-june, two months before the official release date. More details and instructions how to order here: Unboxing video here (poor quality): PROMOTIONAL COPY:
  4. Got to make some money for what I'm eyeing at Heritage so I've actually decided to let some pieces go which I never thought I would thinking of myself as a blackhole collector. Please feel free to contact me here or on CAF if you have any questions, whether it be price negations with offers or time payments. Personal checks, PayPal, Cashier's checks, are all fine. (NOTE: I will not do friends and family for PayPal) Shipping is $25.00 with USPS signature confirmation unless otherwise stated with the difference being refunded if it cost less. Those outside the continental US please PM first for an estimate. Buy it nows with posted in the thread trumps any ongoing negotiations via PMs. Payment is expected within 7 days after the deal is made unless otherwise arrangements have been made. I will not sell to those on the HOS or probation lists. Thank you! And please feel free to PM me with any questions you might have. Asking- Joe Kubert GI Combat #276 Cover- $4350 Jack Kirby Kamandi #33 pg.7- $2500 George Perez New Teen Titans #20 pg.7- $1150 Alan Davis 2000AD #585 Double Title Splash- $950 (Will cost more to ship) Dave Stevens The Savage and Doc Savage cover prelims- $650 George Evans Super-Villain Team-Up #3 pg.26- $550
  5. Post the NYC Art show.... Somebody has to need money for the Heritage (or Comiclink) auctions that are heading our way. Looking for the RIGHT page Let me know Mess3499 at yahoo dot com thx
  6. vodou

    All Theakston?

    I'm guessing here but this looks like the usual lightbox on vellu job by Theakston, no direct Kirby on this and his pencils would be separate on something else. Anybody know for sure?
  7. Hey folks, Just updated my "For Sale" gallery on CAF. Items now for sale include the following: - a BWS Conan cover (only available until May 31 - see description for details) - a Jack Kirby Avengers #5 page - Greg Horn's best-ever cover - another Jose Gonzalez Vampirella frontispiece and complete story - a published Enric Vampirella cover - a John Byrne Iron Fist #15 page - a Paul Gulacy-inked Daredevil #108 page - a David Mazzucchelli Daredevil #226 page and more! Any of this art can be brought to the NY Comic Expo show on May 6, where I will be sharing a table. Also, if you have any requests for things to bring to the show, please let me know! While most of my collection remains "Never For Sale", I am looking to balance the books after making a number of purchases privately over the past 4-5 months and there are some pieces which I would consider letting go at this time for a full price (please make inquiries directly to me on an individual case-by-case basis; there is no master list that I will send out). Regards, Gene
  8. Tarcraft

    New Gods Kirby Run

    Alright, Alright, Alright! Managed to score a number 4 of New Gods at 9.0 for a good price, under $50. I do not have a raw copy of this issue or even a beat up copy. Good thing I have the black and white trade copy from several years ago. So far I have two slabbed New Gods issues from Jack Kirby's original run. Debating whether to get the "Return of" issues and in no rush. I do have a couple of raw issues of the Forever People from the same time but no slabs. That will change soon. Here is a question: why was there never a crossover with OMAC and the New Gods? This would have been an idea to see where it would go. Update: 01/12/18 I am about half way with my New Gods Kirby run. Have decided to send in my raw books. Not sure about a third raw book but I love the series and will get it slabbed. There are some readable copies I do have on hand somewhere. Did not realize there were at least three copies of #9 in my possession along with a #7. I will find more as I look back through my collection. And my OMAC run is slowly closing on the gaps. May find my John Byrne OMACs and get them slabbed as well. That is for a later time. Update: 04/12/18 I have a New Gods 1 graded at 8.0. I am pleased but hoping for a 9.0. 8.0 is good.I have a number 8 graded at 6.0. The seller I bought it from neglected to tell me about water stain on the back inside page. Live and learn. I a couple of issues of 7 that I will look over to see which on is the best to send. That is later this month.
  9. I am now looking for 7.0 or 7.5 Looking for a universal grade, with a nice wrap (not arvel edition), off-white-white pages or better. Please pm me price and a picture of the front/back cover. Thanks for looking!
  10. Hi there. Please bear with me – I’m new to this board. But I’m moving and have decided to sell a significant part of my collection, so I found this board while researching good places to sell. Historically, I haven’t had too many books graded, but have sent in a few over the years, so I wanted to post them somewhere popular with CGC collectors. So here’s my first offering. It’s probably my best golden age book – a very nice copy of a fun issue. Hate to part with it, but need to cut down on all my ’stuff’ a bit. World’s Finest #7 (1942) 7.0 Scans below (Sorry the pictures aren't better - hard to get a good one without lots of reflection!). Please let me know if you have any questions. --------- Great Snapshot of Golden Age History Classic Jack Burnley WWII cover - featuring Superman, Batman, & Robin Characters featured include: Superman Batman Robin Zatara Sandman Star-Spangled Kid Green Arrow Speedy And check out the writers and artists who ALL worked on this book: Jerry Siegel Gardner Fox Joe Simon Jack Kirby Bill Finger Bob Kane Jerry Robinson It’s a who’s who in the history of comics. Fun book! ———— Details: Very nice, clean case – no notable scratches or cracks or anything. Price: $1,250 + Free Shipping Payment via Paypal - or 3% discount for Check or Money Order Returns: No Returns on CGC books (that’s the whole point of CGC, no?) And I don’t really know exactly what a HOSer or Probie is yet, but I guess I reserve the right to pass on offers from folks who seem to be on this site’s naughty list… (that’s my best guess so far anyway?). Hope this book finds a good home!!
  11. This is my first sales thread on the board. I've bought from tons of people on here but never bothered with a kudos thread since I never had plans to sell anything on here. I just pickd up some pretty big books, for me at least, and I'm trying to lighten the burden on the wallet. Should be approximately 40 slabs. Mostly Marvel with a few DC. Lots of cool Kirby stuff, and a few books I've upgraded. Slabs are too big for my scanner; so these are phone pics. Let me know if you need better pictures. Rules: First unconditional by post in thread or PM wins and first timestamp wins. Unconditional "I'll take it" trumps negotiations and "pending pics/scans" Payment due within 3 days. Paypal only. No returns on slabs unless case is damaged in shipping. I will split return shipping costs with buyer. No HOS or Probation list members.Please do not edit posts. Shipping to US only right now. Slabs will be shipped USPS priority at $10 for the first and $2 for each additional slab. Start with this for now as it's past midnight the rest will be up tomorrow SANDMAN #1 CGC 9.4 FIRST BRONZE SANDMAN, LAST KIRBY & SIMON COLLAB $100
  12. Hey all, I have one piece ending on Friday at Heritage Auctions. This is a twice up Tales of Suspense #77 page 8 with breakdowns by Kirby and finished pencils by Romita. This was done only a few months before went he on to draw ASM 39! This small story featured the 1st appearance of Peggy Carter. Even though not on the page, Cap is out battling the Nazis while looking for her. Just a great classic Kirby Cap vs Nazi battle page rendered in massive twice up size! Thanks for looking! RickyB
  13. Hi all, If you were waiting for the perfect representative sample of this mythical strip, this is it! Click on the image for a jumbo scan. The three panels show: –Sky Masters in space suit floating inside of the ship. –Supporting cast. –Typical spatial landscape beautifully rendered by Wood. Price: $1,495. Free shipping! Contact me to: ferrandelgado at
  14. For sale: A sweet 1978 drawn page of storyboards from the hand of Jack "King" Kirby features the Fantastic Four (minus the Human Torch who was not used for the cartoon due to contractual complications) fighting along side Magneto! Yep... siding with Magneto, helping him rob a bank! Complete with margin notes. From DePatie-Freleng studios, 1978. An affordable way to own a piece a Kirby original pencil! $1200 shipped within the US. International buyers Ok, must be willing to pay shipping. Paypal preferred. See item in my CAF gallery:
  15. Usual rules apply: trumps everything but PM offers and group deals are welcome. Shipping in the U.S, is included HOWEVER if the sale is under $50, I ask for $5 to cover costs and I will work out a fair deal for anything outside the country. PayPal preferred. Satisfaction guaranteed. See my Kudos below and on eBay I am top rated as mshadow1023 ALSO AVAILABLE: Full runs of the rest of these titles (FLY/FLY MAN, JAGUAR) plus MIGHTY CRUSADERS/COMICS, etc. If you need to fill in gaps in your collection, , let me know. ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #1 1959 - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. Little/no spine stress. Slight shading on top interior page edges -not near art. Pages W/OW. VF/FINE OPG FINE = $150 Recent GPA was $160 for a 6.0. ASKING $100 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #2 1959 - Complete, covers attached. Chip out at top left & bottom right corners. Some spine wear. Pages OW. VG OPG VG = $52 ASKING $28 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #3 1959 - Complete, covers attached. Chip out at top left corner. Chip out at covered. Colors bright. Pages W/OW VG. OPG VG = $43 ASKING $28 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #4 1960 - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. Little/no spine stress. Pages W/OW VF OPG VG = $97 NEAL ADAMS ART ASKING $55 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #5 1960 - Complete, covers attached.TINY chip out on bottom cover edge. Minor spine stress. 1/5” tear on back cover edge & tiny ink mark at bottom. Pages W/OW. VG/FINE OPG VG = $20 ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #6 1960 - Complete, covers attached. Tiny chip out on cover edge,. Date mark & tiny ink mark on cover. Pages W/OW. VG/FINE OPG VG = $20 ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #7 1960 - Complete, covers attached. Some cover & edge wear 1/5” tear on back cover. Pages W/OW VG. OPG VG = $22 BLACK HOOD APP ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #8 1960 - Complete, covers attached. Ink mark at cover bottom. Some spine wear. Sharp corners. Pages W/OW VGF/FINE OPG VG = $22 ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #9 1960 - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. Tiny fold at lower left corner on back cover. pages W/OW. VF/FINE OPG FINE = $30 ASKING $15 ADVENTURES OF THE FLY #10 1960 - Complete, covers attached. Bright colors. VERY sight spine stress. 1/5” tear on back cover edge. Pages W/OW FINE/VF OPG FINE = $30 ASKING $20 DOUBLE LIFE OF PVT STRONG #1 1959 - Coverless, otherwise complete, Small marker stain on splash. Pages OW & SUPPLE. OPG GOOD = $30 ASKING $10 DOUBLE LIFE OF PVT STRONG #2 1959 - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. Tint chip out at top left corner. Slight spine stress. Pages W/OW. FINE OPG FINE = $54 ASKING $27 ADVENTURES OF THE JAGUAR #1 1961 - Complete, covers attached. Some cover wear & creasing. Chip out at lower left corner. Slight stain under logo. Pages W/OW. G/VG OPG GOOD = $20 ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE JAGUAR #2 1961 - Complete, covers attached. Edge wear on cover. Some spine wear/stress. Scuff at lower right corner. 1/5” tear on edge of back cover. Pages W/OW. VG OPG VG = $20 ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE JAGUAR #3 1961 - Complete, covers attached. Printer crease at lower right area, Minor edge wear & spine stress. Date mark on back cover. Pages W/OW FINE/VG . OPG VG = $20 ASKING $10 ADVENTURES OF THE JAGUAR #4 1962 - Complete, covers attached. Dates mark on cover. Very minor spine stress. Slight chipping at cover bottom. Pages W/OW FINE OPG FINE = $24 ASKING $20 ADVENTURES OF THE JAGUAR #5 1962 - Complete, covers attached. Slight spine wear. Some soiling on back cover. Pages OW. FINE/VG OPG VG = $16 ASKING $10
  16. SNEAK PEEK AT IDW'S KIRBY FF ARTIST'S EDITION Happy Friday! Apologies for the somewhat OT subject - but it is a book featuring scans of OA, so .... Had the pleasure of talking with Scott Dunbier about the upcoming Twice Up Kirby Fantastic Four Artist's Edition for SYFYWire ... and got an advance look at some of the great pages in the book. That FF #65 pg 1 Splash -- YOWZA! Anyway, hope you all enjoy.. Mike
  17. I just listed 4 auctions for some awesome bronze age books in great condition. Spectacular Spider-Man 4,5&6 Ms. Marvel 5&6 Captain America and Falcon - Jack Kirby writing and art Captain America and Falcon 177-180
  18. There is a lot of talk about there about there growing popularity of Bronze Age titles, so I pulled a few runs from my collection to see if anyone is interested. I tried to price them fairly, but if you have a counter offer, I’m listening. Usual rules apply: trumps everything but PM offers are welcome. Shipping in the U.S, is included HOWEVER if the sale is under $50, I ask for $5 to cover costs and I will work out a fair deal for anything outside the country. PayPal preferred. Satisfaction guaranteed. See my Kudos below and on eBay I am top rated as mshadow1023 AMETHYST 1983 #1 to 12 + 1984 SPECIAL Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. ASKING $20 1st ISSUE SPECIAL 1975 #1 to 13 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. W/OW pages. All VF or better EXCEPT: #1 Tiny microscopic tears at bottom edge of back cover #2 Soft crease at top left corner of back cover #6 Soft crease at top right of cover #1, 4 & 5 Kirby Art, #7 Ditko Art, #9 Simonson Art & #8 1st Warlord ASKING $80 KARATE KID 1975 #1 to 15 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better EXCEPT #15 Tiny soft crease at lower right corner. ASKING $45 KOBRA 1976 #1 to 7 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. ASKING $30 MAN BAT 1976 #1 to 2 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. Ditko Art in #1 ASKING $20 NIGHT FORCE 1982 #1 to 14 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. ASKING $25 RICHARD DRAGON KUNG FU FIGHTER #1 to 18 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. ASKING $60 SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER VILLAINS 1976 #1 to 15 + SPECIAL #1 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. ASKING $70 STALKER 1975 #1 to 4 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better EXCEPT #1 has tiny soft crease at lower left corner on back cover. Ditko & Wood Art in all. ASKING $45 STAR HUNTERS 1977 #1 to 7 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. Where pages. All VF or better. Don Newton Art. ASKING $30 STEEL THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN 1978 #1 to 5 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. ASKING $40 STRANGE SPORTS STORIES 1973 #1 to 6 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. W/OW pages. All VF or better. ASKING $20 TOR 1975 #1 to 6 Full Run - Complete, covers attached. Sharp corners & bright colors. White pages. All VF or better. All Kubert Art ASKING $30
  19. Hi All, I was at San Diego last week and audio recorded 24 panels with a focus on comic history. You can hear them all at my website. The panels are: Jack Kirby's Consciousness, Roger Zelanzny's Lord or Light, Barry Ira Geller and the Real Argo (48:05, 45.1mb) On the panel was Barry Ira Geller and Mike Royer. Barry talked about Kirby's and Royer's involvement in the Lord of Light project. Barry announced that Lord of Light is being produced as a television series. Barry said 80% of the movie Argo was not true. They played 2 clips from CIA Agent Mendez regarding the Argo plan that Barry said was true. Barry mentioned he talked to the son's of the Iranian revolution and they told him that Jack's artwork made them believe the Hollywood production was real. Royer said he could tell that the Lord of Light was special to Kirby by the work he put into the drawings. They talked about specific pieces of art and plugged a kickstarter to make 3D versions of the Lord of Light figures. Mike Royer Spotlight (46:05, 43.2mb) Moderated by Mark Evanier. Mike revealed how he got started in comics, his working on the Marvel animated cartoons particularly Marvel Superheroes and the 1966 Spider-Man. Mark and Mike talked about editor Chase Craig and how important he was to furthering their careers. Royer gave his views on inking other people's work, Mike's work for Jim Warren and his views on Jim. Royer spoke about his meeting Jack Kirby for the first time and the circumstances on inking his work, how Royer also lettered Jack's work and it was delivered to DC camera ready which was new for DC's production dept who previously always "fixed up" artists work to give it the DC touch. Royer then discussed why he took a hiatus from inking Kirby's work and how Kirby reacted, Royer spoke about working on staff for Disney, what work he was proud of and Jack not wanting his faces changed. Paul Levitz in Conversation with Karen Berger (48:41, 45.7mb) Karen started off talking about Paul hiring her, she then interviewed Paul about his being a writer and a businessman. Paul discussed getting started working for DC and writing comics. He also spoke about balancing being a creative writer vs business man and the conflict that brings, having to go to meetings with upper level executives in his early 20s where everybody else was much older and richer than he was. Paul gave advice on editing creative people, who his writing influences were, his work now for Dark Horse Comics. Karen talked about doing books that made Paul uncomfortable and Paul giving her a lot of rope. Paul discussed the comics sales transitioning from the newsstand to the Direct Market and how that affected the writing. Karen revealed how she finally got approval to print the word "" in a DC comic, the creation of Vertigo and why. They spoke about finding a Graphic Novel format that worked in the marketplace. Finally, Paul revealed what his is most proud of in his career thus far. Editing Comics (51:24, 48.2mb) Moderated by Chris Butcher, on the panel were editors Shannon Watters, Mark Siegel, Cassandra Pelham and Robin Herrera. They started by introducing themselves and answering Chris's question: Do editors talk to each other? Robin then spoke about her editing style on different books, the groups discussed different types of editing and how not all editors are good at all aspects of editing, they said if they still like reading comics for pleasure. Cassandra talked about how she edits different creators differently. Mark spoke about being more transparent about his job, the pitch process and what does and does not matter. The group discussed using the thumbnail for editing, using Skype for communicating with creators, catching problems early to avoid costly corrections later, the mental fatigue of doing a graphic novel and how to combat it. Shannon revealed how certain books of hers came about and how to manage the collaborative process. The group then discussed if they are on the creators side or the publishers side. Why Will Eisner Still Matters at 100 (58:30, 54.9mb) On the panel was Paul Levitz, Jackie Estrada, Maggie Thompson and Paul Dini. They first discussed why Will is not just important, but still relevant. Will owning his work and expanding the readership of comics into the bookstore market. Will as a person, how he adapted over the years and his communicating through images. Will as a teacher, role model, how he made changes to the Eisner Awards, his ability to tell short stories, the line between art and craft and how Will balanced and transcended them. They also discussed his treatment of fans, the human reaction in his stories, the cinematic method of telling his stories, exposing people to Will's work and Ebony. The Forgotten Trio: Letterers, Inkers and Colorists (42:21, 37.7 mb) Panelists include Dave Lanphear, Le Beau Underwood, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Veronica Gandini and moderator Jessica Tsang. They started out with what they are currently working on, do they feel they are getting enough credit, where the industry falls short in crediting them. They then went into their specific fields and discussed how to be a successful inker, the difference between good and bad lettering and how it affects a story, colour vs. black and white comics, what a flat is, how the colourists chooses the colour types, grayscale colouring, how they choose a colour palette and they gave career advice for people breaking in. Publishers Weekly: Selling Comics to Diverse Audiences (51:11, 48mb) On the panel was Calvin Reed, Christopher Butcher, Terence Irvins, Jennifer Haines and Kristen Parraz. They started with an introduction and what diversity means to each of them. Is diverse material available and where is the demand coming from, distribution issues in regards to retailers getting diverse books, diversity of reading material and formats, why Marvel is not selling well and is it because of diversity and different types of retail stores. Graphic Novel Creator Richard Kyle's Legacy (44:06, 41.4mb) A collection of Richard's friends and colleagues gather to discuss the recently departed Richard Kyle. They were David G. Brown, Maggie Thompson, Greg Koudoulian, Mike Royer, Phil Yeh, Ron Turner and Jamie Coville. The group, including audience members who knew Richard spoke about his intelligence, kindness, his bookstore, his strong opinions, creating of the term Graphic Novel and more. An audio clip was played from his interview with me and the panel told some stories about Harlan Ellison as well. Comics Arts Conference #5: Lassoing the Truth: Marston vs Wertham in the Wonder Woman War (53:41, 50.3mb) After a brief introduction by Kate McClancy, the panel moderated by Travis Langley consisted of Christie Marston, Phil Jimenez, Alan Kistler, Trina Robbins, Dr. Mara Wood, Mike Madrid, Danny Fingeroth and Andy Mangels. They started out describing the differences between the Martson's and Wertham's disciplines. They cleared up what Marston did and did not invent in terms of the Lie Detector Test and its impact on the court system. The group discussed the mythological aspects of Wonder Woman's origins, Harry G. Peter, Marston's book The Emotions of Normal People, what Marston was saying about bondage, Wertham's view of Wonder Woman as a lesbian Batman, The Comics Code effect on Wonder Woman comics, Wertham's psychoanalysis on Pop Culture, Jill Lepore's book on Wonder Woman and the problems with it. Keith Pollard Spotlight (46:45, 43.8mb) Mark Waid interviews Keith Pollard. Keith talks about becoming a comic book artist, his time in highschool and getting into college. He reveals his jobs prior to comics, meeting Jim Steranko and Neal Adams and getting their critique, his friendship and collaboration with Arvell Jones, working with Rich Buckler, his first solo Marvel work, inking, his influences, moving from Marvel to DC, how Jim Shooter helped him out of a jam, working with Roy Thomas on Thor and working on Master of Kung Fu. [Note: I came in a few minutes late for the panel] Will Eisner: Mentor and Friend (45:23, 42.6mb) Denis Kitcken was joined by Danny Fingeroth. Denis started talking about his first meeting Will Eisner. He then spoke about Will's early work. They both spoke about how water was a theme in Will's work and how Harvey Kurtzman came up with a term for it. They discussed Will's work for the Army, his educational and commercial work, his contributions to the underground, A Contract with God, the term Graphic Novel, his autobiographical books The Dreamer and The Heart of the Storm, how Will planned the pages and not using standard layouts. Danny questioned why Eisner and Kitchen connected despite their differences, Will's reaction to the first underground comic he saw. They also discussed Will's relationship with Jack Kirby & Harvey Kurtzman and that Stan Lee once offered Will the job of EIC of Marvel. Jack Kirby: Family and Friends (48:48, 45.7mb) The panel consisted of Jillian, Lisa, Tracy and Jeremy Kirby, Mike Thibodeaux and moderator Mark Evanier. Mark started out with a funny story about Jack being physically strong and cleaning out the stables for Lisa's horse. Lisa told a story about Jack going to her school and doing drawings for her classmates, which helped her make friends. Granddaughter Jillian talked about how people around her react when they find out who her grandfather was. All the family members told when they realized that Jack Kirby was special. Mike spoke about meeting, hanging out with Jack and loving his work. They told stories about introducing Jack to other people and their reaction. Jillian spoke about her Kirby 4 Heroes campaign that she runs to raise money for the Hero Initiative. Jeremy talked about how fans react to them because they are related to Jack. The panelists spoke about Jack's warmth in dealing with his fans. Lisa told a funny story about a cult coming to the door and wanting Jack to sell all his possessions and move out to the desert with them. They talked about the D23 convention where Jack was honored as a Disney Legend. David Glanzer, Director of Marketing and Public Relations of Comic-Con International then announced that San Diego is giving Jack Kirby their Icon Award, something they give to 1 person per year and only give it to people who are alive. Jack is the first person they have given it to posthumously. Ron Wilson Spotlight (44:33, 41.8mb) Mark Waid interviewed Ron Wilson. Among the topics discussed were: How he was first exposed to comics, drawing on newspapers, how being an artist helped him, his schooling, his influences, breaking in, what he learned from John Romita Sr, his favourite inker, meeting Jack Kirby, how he got the job for Luke Cage, Marvel 2 in 1, working with John Byrne, his boxing matches with Jim Shooter, his work on He-Man and Pro Wrestling comics, his work on Superboxers and Kyle Baker inking his work. Manga Superheroes: Super Differences Between Japan and US (56:25, 52.9mb) Moderated by Deb Aoki, the panelists were Brigid Alverson, David Brothers, Chris Butcher, Carl Horn and Andy Nakatani. The group went through how Manga and US creators were influenced by each other in major ways, starting with Osama Tezuka being influenced by Disney. Other examples were Lone Wolf and Cub influencing Frank Miller, Cyborg 009 & X-men and more. Chris talked about the cultural exchange that happens between French, USA and Japanese creators. The group talked about Ultra-man, Magical Girl Manga (Sailor Moon in particular), One Punch Man, the weird stuff that Japan does with their superheroes that's different and ended by talking about My Hero Academia. Mike Grell Spotlight (45:48, 42.9mb) Mike Grell was interviewed by Derek Maki. They started by announcing that Mike had been inducted to the Wizard World Hall of Fame. What he did before becoming a comics artist, what comics he read as a child, advice he would give to those just starting out. Grell told a story about a brutal deadline and working so long without sleep he saw hallucinations while driving. He told stories about crazy jobs, what he finds easy and hard to draw, being on safari in Africa, having to pee and draw at the same time, he revealed an Easter egg in an issue of Warlord, what underwear he wears, what he wants to be remembered for. They did a trivia contest at the end. You can find out more about Mike Grell at his website. Spotlight on Brigitte Findakly and Lewis Trondheim (51:20, 48.1mb) Karen Green interviewed Brigitte and Lewis, often through the use of a translator Julia Pohl-Miranda. They talked about their book Poppies for Iraq. Karen asked why are we seeing women telling their stories regarding leaving the Middle East instead of men? They spoke about the printing of photographs, why they did it, which ones they chose and why they placed them where they did throughout the book. They discussed the unsettlement within the book in both the past and the present. Brigitte and Lewis talked about the government issued poisoned grain that was within the story. They then turned to when Briggitte began drawing, their collaborative process, the other books they worked on, the pacing of a joke, subtle bit of info that is important, but not highlighted and why Lewis chose to do it that way. Brigitte revealed how extreme the antisemitism was in Iraq. The danger there was in France when she first moved there, how poor kids in Iraq are expected to help clean the school but the rich kids are not, what country they now consider to be "home" and both Lewis and Brigitte wanted the audience to know that Poppies for Iraq is a happy book. Joe Staton Spotlight (47:49, 44.8mb) Paul Levitz interviews Joe about his career. Joe revealed that his bought some early Marvel age comics off the stands as a kid. He talked about starting at Charlton, E-Man and why he was created, working with Gill Kane on Spider-Man, inking Sal Buscema and then Herb Trimpe. Paul revealed that he hired Joe to work at DC and what for. They then went through the books he worked on at DC, JSA, the creation of Huntress, doing Marvel books, working with Brian Bolland, children comics regarding various diseases and drawing Tracy. He also revealed he co-created Kilowog and said he was now working on a successful kickstarter campaign to reprint Family Man, a Paradox book that was not printed very well the first time around. Spotlight on Arthur Adams and Joyce Chin (46:48, 43.9mb) The moderator was Kirk Thatcher. Both Joyce and Arthur received Inkpot Awards. They talked about a wide variety of topics, including a toy package design he did, Arthur's love of Godzilla, how they work under the same roof, splitting of domestic duties, what pushed them to become artists, Joyce talked about how her mother learned to read English via comics and read them to her, their parents reaction to wanting to be artists, Joyce talked about working on Green Lantern, they both talked about working on scripts, their influences, movie work, designing characters, Monkeyman and O'Brien, their most unusual project, the toys they surround themselves with and inking their own work. That 70s Panel (1:20:21, 75.3mb) On the panel was Keith Pollard, Marv Wolfman, Joe Staton, Ron Wilson, Elliot S! Maggin, Mike Grell, Paul Levitz and moderator Mark Evanier. Mark began by asking them what assignment did they get that made them really feel like they were a comic professional. Elliot told a story about selling a school assignment story to DC Comics, he also told stories about Curt Swan. The artists told how they felt about other people inking their work, Mike Grell told how he broke in, Paul told a funny story about Grell being unhappy with his current inker and inking his own pencils before sending in the pages, Paul also talked about push back from the 2nd generation of artists regarding certain inkers. Everyone discussed who's work they admired. Mark told a story about Jerry Siegel and the change with him over the years in regards to DC Comics. They all told a story about the worst deadline crisis they've had, Paul talked about the DC Implosion and both Paul and Marv Wolfman discussed having to let people go. John Stanley: Giving Life to Little Lulu (49:33, 46.5mb) Bill Schelly and Gary Groth talked about Bill's new book on John Stanley. The revealed what characters that Stanley created for the Little Lulu comic title, what John did before he worked in comics, they revealed why he was listed as F4 and couldn't serve in the military, they spoke about Tubby and fantasy stories, how Carl Barks and John Stanley felt about each other was discussed, the horror stories that John liked and did, the scrutiny that Stanley came under when he got a new editor and Dell Comics were using the "Dell Comics are Good Comics" pledge, Stanley being hired to create a line of titles for Dell after the split, what he did after working for Dell, Stanley's personal demons and what work he did when he couldn't do comics anymore, John's only convention appearance and interview and the commissions he did towards the end of his life. James Hudnall Spotlight (49:51, 46.7mb) James was running behind so the panel started with moderator Dr. Terry Cronin talking about his love of Eclipse Comics, which was followed by David Lloyd discussing how he came about working with James on ESPers and why he liked the book. Lloyd also spoke about John N. Burnes, who is a hero of his. When James came in Jackie Estrada gave him an Inkpot Award. James spoke about getting to work with David Lloyd, his getting work at Marvel, going from Strikeforce: Morituri to Alpha Flight, then over to DC where he wrote Luthor: The Unauthorized Biography. James discussed many of the books that James worked on over his career. Hudnall and Lloyd spoke about John Ridgway and why he loved talking on the phone so much. They also spoke about Malibu's Ultraverse and his books Hardcase and The Solution. Comics Art Conference #15: Fangirls (1:14:55, 70.2mb) Moderated by Kate McClancy, Angelica Kalika, Angela Chiarmonte and Caitln O'Shea spoke about their academic work on different aspects of fangirls. Angela talked about Ms. Marvel and David Gabriel's statement about diverse characters, why Millennials love Ms. Marvel, what elements of Ms. Marvel appeal to Millennials. Caitlin spoke about harassment of female fans, particularly in comic shops, she read some quotes from interviews she conducted from a number of female fans, comic store employees and store owners, then gave some conclusions and recommendations. Angelica spoke about Spider-Gwen and why she is successful and the community built up around her, she went into Speech Codes Theory, Millennials and Feminists, why Spider-Gwen loves the series and conclusion from her research. Comics Art Conference #16: The Culture of Comic Con: Field Studies of Fans and Marketing (50:09, 47mb) Peter Coogan started by giving an introduction to the panel. Matthew J. Smith moderated a large panel of young, mostly first time Comic Con attendee's academic students who were all studying an aspect of comic con. They were: Blythe Bull, Jesse Booker, Sarah Irby, Carlos Flores, Kristi Fleetwood, Kyle Hanners, Borin Chep, Morgan Mitchell, Conner DuRose and DeAnna Volz. They all introduced themselves, what they were studying and how they were examining it. They also spoke about how being a part of comic con affected them and possibly their work and how they might have affected comic con. Pro Vs Fan Comic Trivia (40:13, 37.7mb) The Fans were: Peter Svensson, David Oakes and Tom Galloway, The Pro's were Glenn Hauman, Elliot S! Maggin and Len Wein. The very hard questions asked by David McCaw involved Thor, Ghost Rider, Luke Cage, Demon, Black Lighting, Black Panther, The Thing, Boy Commandos, Spider-Man, Machine Man, Atlas, Captain America and more. Some members from the audience also participated in answering some questions.
  20. MISTER MIRACLE VOLUME ONE #1, #4, #7-18, #20 & #22 HIGH GRADE LOT OF 18 CGC GRADED COMIC BOOKS ⭐️⭐️⭐️ PRICE DROP!!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️ WAS $1450.00 NOW ONLY $1145.00 (OBO) Sale Price Includes Fully Insured, Priority Shipping w/Tracking to all 50 US States & Territories via USPS COMICS INCLUDED IN THIS LOT WITH GRADE & PAGE COLOR (HI-RES IMAGES OF EACH COMIC BELOW TEXT): JACK KIRBY'S FOURTH WORLD ISSUES #1 CGC 9.4, OW-WHITE PAGES, * KEY COMIC * 1st appearance of Mister Miracle and Oberon #4 CGC 9.0, OW PAGES, * KEY COMIC * 1st appearance of Big Barda #7 CGC 8.5, OW-WHITE PAGES #8 CGC 9.6, WHITE PAGES #9 CGC 9.6, WHITE PAGES #10 CGC 9.4, WHITE PAGES #11 CGC 9.4, OW-WHITE PAGES #12 CGC 9.4, WHITE PAGES #13 CGC 9.8, WHITE PAGES, * HIGHEST GRADED * #14 CGC 9.4, WHITE PAGES #15 CGC 9.4, WHITE PAGES #16 CGC 9.6, WHITE PAGES #17 CGC 9.6, OW-WHITE PAGES #18 CGC 9.4, WHITE PAGES, * KEY COMIC * Final Jack Kirby Mister Miracle issue and last issue of the series for 3 1/2 years. SERIES RELAUNCH ISSUES #20 CGC 9.6, WHITE PAGES #22 CGC 9.4, WHITE PAGES ABOUT ME: I know this is not and that people are here looking for comic books, not potential soul mates, but since this is my first post selling comics on the CGC boards, I thought folks may feel more comfortable buying from me if they knew a bit about me first. However, if you couldn't care less whether or not I am a USMC Iraq War veteran living in Baton Rouge, LA, where I manage a small production company incorporated in 2012, who is also a well established seller on eBay with 100% positive feedback, or a Nigerian prince who not only wants to sell you an amazing Bronze Age comic book lot, but also trusts that you are a distinguished individual of high character who can be trusted with his personal fortune in excess of $40,000,000 USD of which you may keep 5% if you will just send 1% of that amount via bank wire first to establish that the $40,000,000 is sent to a verifiable, legitimate checking account per Sec. 455.H0L3 of African Continental banking regulations, then skip this section and read the next one that is all about how to pay me. For everyone else, rest assured that I am definitely not a Nigerian prince who sends out phishing emails. ? My name is Sean Huze and I am a USMC infantryman (2001-2005), an Iraq War veteran, and a small business owner living in Baton Rouge, LA, with my wife, son, and daughter. Incidentally, my wife and I vehemently disagreed on what to name the latter. We both felt so strongly about our very different choices that compromise was impossible. So we did what any two, mature, rational adults would do in our situation: conflict resolution via a single round of "Rock, Paper, Scissors." She lost and my daughter’s name is Daenerys after the character from George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice & Fire series. ?? Lastly, I am a CGC authorized dealer since 2015 with an excellent track record selling comic books, trading cards, action figures, and other collectibles on eBay over the past several years.* * Yes, I am well aware that one could make a strong argument that the final sentence of the preceding paragraph is not only the most important information about me that a potential buyer needs to know, but it is also the only relevant information to a potential buyer in the entire paragraph. PAYMENT OPTIONS: Payment via PayPal (business account) is due upon receipt of the invoice. The invoice will list each comic included in this lot individually along with its grade and CGC certification #. I can also accept MasterCard or Visa credit/debit cards (over the phone, not online), but there is an additional 3% transaction fee added to your total if you choose this payment option. SHIPPING: Free domestic (US states & territories) shipping via USPS Priority insured for the full purchase price. I will ship internationally via USPS Priority International to Canada, Australia, France, Germany, UK, and most EU countries, however shipping is the buyer's responsibility. I will not add for packing materials, handling, etc., though, so your shipping cost will be the exact amount USPS charges for postage and nothing more. This lot’s packaged weight is approximately 20 pounds (9 kg). Enter that weight and select USPS Priority International Mail if you would like to calculate a shipping estimate from Baton Rouge, LA, USA, 70817-3717, to your delivery address. Also include insurance for the full purchase price in order to get a more accurate shipping estimate. I will consider shipping elsewhere, but please PM me first to discuss. RETURNS/REFUNDS: Returns for damaged items or items not as described (i.e., I sent the wrong comics by mistake somehow) within 30 days and I will refund 100% of the purchase price and reimburse for the return shipping within 12-24 hours upon receipt of the package containing the returned items. I will also accept returns within 14 days of delivery, "No questions asked," however return shipping is the buyer's responsibility. MISCELLANEOUS: Please understand that if you PM me with an offer and someone else commits to my asking price by replying to this post with or via PM and I did not accept your offer already, then this lot goes to them. That said, I will respond to all reasonable offers quickly. If I accept your offer, the lot is yours at the price offered and I will update this post with "SOLD" immediately after doing so. Should someone happen to commit in the brief time between me accepting an offer and updating this post, I will notify them via PM that the lot was sold prior to their commitment. However, if I reply with a counteroffer and someone commits before you reply accepting my counteroffer, the lot is theirs. While these scenarios are unlikely, they could happen and it's best to address them upfront instead of after the fact. Thank you so much for your interest in this lot. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reply to this thread (others may have the same question) or you can also PM me if you prefer. I'll respond quickly either way. Warm regards, Sean Huze (aka Sandstormer)
  21. Comics Unlimited's eBay shop! I have listed a few auctions which all end Wednesday, July 5 . They include the 1st cameo appearances of VENOM in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (with the first Todd McFarlane art on the title); 1st appearance of MOCKINGBIRD; 1st appearance of STEPPENWOLF (New Gods villain to be featured in the Justice League film); 1st appearance of Cecilia Reyes (who will appear in the New Mutants film), 1st appearance of SCOTT LANG (aka, ANT-MAN); 1st appearance of HELLCAT; and a CGC 9.6 copy of ALIENS #1 (1988)! There are also a slew of comics at "Buy It Now" prices that I relisted.
  22. Usual rules apply: trumps everything but PM offers are welcome. Shipping in the U.S, is included HOWEVER if the sale is under $50, I ask for $5 to cover costs and I will work out a fair deal for anything outside the country. PayPal preferred. Satisfaction guaranteed. See my Kudos below and on eBay I am top rated as mshadow1023 Here is a bunch of Bronze Age marvelMonster books.I have scanned signifier examples but will be happy to scan specifics if asked. GIANT-SIZE CHILLERS #1 1974 - Complete, covers attached. Spine nice. Pages W/OW Dracula app. VF OPG VF = $35 GIANT-SIZE CHILLERS #2 1975 - Complete, covers attached. Spine nice. Slight abrasion at lower right corner. Pages W/OW. FINE OPG FINE = $9 GIANT-SIZE CHILLERS #231975 - Complete, covers attached. Spine nice. Printer crease on lower back cover. Pages W/OW. FINE/VF OPG FINE = $12 ASKING $28 $24 for Set WHERE MONSTERS DWELL #1 to 38 Full Run - SOLD WHERE CREATURES ROAM #1 to 8 Full Run - Complete covers attached. A few have date stamps on back cover. Pages W/OW. Average condition VF Overstreet Price for lot in VF is $196 ASKING $110 $90 for run DEAD OF NIGHT #1 to 11 Full Run - Complete covers attached.pages W/OW. Average condition is VF except for: #10 - Small printer crease in lower right area - FINE Overstreet price or lot in VF is $196 ASKING $100 $80 for run UNCANNY TALES #1 to 12 Full Run - Complete covers attached. Pages W/OW. Average condition VF except: #11 - Slight spine stress FINE Overstreet Price for lot in VF is $220 ASKING $100 $80 for run WORLDS UNKNOWN #1 to 8 Full Run - Complete covers attached. Pages White/OW. Average condition is VF except: #4 - Miscut pages VG/FINE Overstreet Price for lot in VF is $115 ASKING $65 $50 for run VAULT OF EVIL #9 to 23 Nice Run. Complete covers attached. Pages W/OW Average condition VF. Overstreet Price for lot in VF = $240 ASKING $135 $110 for lot
  23. WTB: Fantastic Four #48 CGC 7.0 Looking for a universal 7.0 with off-white pages or better Thanks for looking
  24. A Few Silver DC Classics 2nd LEGION, 2nd TEEN TITANS & RUDOLPH! A few Classic Silver DCs (semi-keys?) that I need to clear out. Usual rules apply: trumps everything but PM offers are welcome. Shipping in the U.S, is included HOWEVER if the sale is under $50, I ask for $6 to cover costs and I will work out a fair deal for anything outside the country. PayPal preferred. Satisfaction guaranteed. See my Kudos below and on eBay I am top rated as mshadow1023 ACTION COMICS #287 1962 - Complete, covers attached. Crease lower right area. Some spine wear, Creases at lower right corner. Date stamp on back cover. Pages W/OW. Early LEGION app. VG OPG VG = $22.00 ASKING $10.00 ADVENTURE COMICS #253 1958 - Complete, covers attached. Small liquid stain at cover center. Minor spine stress. Slight damage on lower spine left corner. Pages W/OW 1st Meeting Of Superboy & Robin. Green Arrow by Jack Kirby CG/FN OPG VG = $72.00 ASKING $30.00 ADVENTURE COMICS #255 1958 - Complete, covers attached. Slight sun shade on cover edge front & back. Very little spine stress. Sharp corners & bright colors. Pages W/OW 1st App of Red Kryptonite. Green Arrow by Jack Kirby. F/VF OPG FINE = $93.00 ASKING $45.00| | ADVENTURE COMICS #258 1959 - Complete, covers attached. Tiny chip out at spine bottom. Tiny chip out on coverer edge. Slight spine stress. 1st Meeting Superboy & Green Arrow. Pages W/OW. VG OPG VG = $72.00 ASKING $37.00 ADVENTURE COMICS #267 1959 - Complete, covers attached. Chip (tiny) out at lower right corner. Crease at mid point on cover edge. Slight spine stress. 1/3” at cover top edge near logo. Chip out at cover edge near bottom. Pages W/OW 2nd app of LEGION. VG/G OPG GOOD = $97.00 ASKING $50.00 | BRAVE & BOLD #62 1965 - Complete, covers attached. Date stamp on back cover. Very small crease at bottom of cover. Minor spine stress., Fold at tip of top left corner on back cover. Pages W/OW 2nd app of Starman/Black Canary (Origin) VG+ OPG VG = $20.00 ASKING $10.00 BRAVE & BOLD #60 1965 - Complete, covers attached. Some spine stress. Slight wear on back cover bottom left edge. Pages W/OW 2nd App of TITANS - 1st App of WONDER GIRL. VG+ OPG VG = $36.00 ASKING $20.00 And here is something you don’t see everyday - a near complete run of DC’s classic RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER series including the scarce 1st issues & the last 25 center. RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1950 (#1) - Complete, covers loose. Chip out at spine bottom’. Slight chipping at back cover bottom. Pages W/OW. G/VG OPG VG = $48.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1951/52 (#2) - IRS Copy graded VG/G with pencil marks on cover being the major defect. Pages WHITE. Grading (including) cites only 200 copies in existence. OPG VG = $30.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1952/53 (#3) - Complete, covers attached. Date mark in logo. Pencil mark on back cover. Some shading on spine. Some spine wear. Chip out at spine top on back cover. Pages W/OW VG- OPG VG = $30.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1953/54 (#4) - Complete, covers attached. Date mark on cover. Some small creasing near logo. Pages W/OW VG+ OPG VG = $30.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1954/55 (#5) - Complete, covers attached. Some spine wear. Crease at upper right corner. Some soiling ope back cove. Pages OW. G/VG. OPG GOOD = $14.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1955/56 (#6) - Complete, covers attached. Date mark on cover. 1/4” tear on cover edge. Some small creasing near logo. Pages W/OW VG+ OPG VG = $30.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1957/58 (#7) - Complete, covers attached. Abraded corner at bottom right. Minor spine wear. Pages WHITE FINE. OPG FINE = $42.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1958/59 (#8) - Complete, covers loose. Some spine wear. Chipping at cover bothm. Pages OW. GOOD- OPGF GOOD = $7.00Pages W/OW. FINE. OPG FINE = $42.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1959/60 (#10) - Complete, covers attached. Colors break near cover price. Sharp corners.. Pages W/OW. FINE. OPG FINE = $21.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1961/62(#11) - Complete, covers attached. Ink mark above logo. Some cover & spine. Tape residue on part of spine. Pages OW. GOOd OPG GOOD = $7.00 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 1962/63 (#12) - Complete, covers attached. Rare 25 cent issue. SPINE PERFECT. Tape on cover. Creasing at lower right corner. VERY tiny chip out near CCA symbol. VG. OPG VG = $20.00 I’d love to sell these as a lot. Price Guide comes to almost $300. ASKING $140.00
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