Baker Romance
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1 hour ago, JvR11 said:

Wow, this book is going for a lot now.  NFS.. not high grade but presents nicely.

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Yep Joanna 

prices have extremely increased since you started this thread back 2008. 

You taking care of my old GCE #15 cgc 4.5 😁

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16 hours ago, kat123 said:

Yep Joanna 

prices have extremely increased since you started this thread back 2008. 

You taking care of my old GCE #15 cgc 4.5 😁

Yes still have it :)

 

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I think this issue is one of the more uncommon ones.  Does anyone have a high grade of TR12?

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29 minutes ago, JvR11 said:

I think this issue is one of the more uncommon ones.  Does anyone have a high grade of TR12?

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I've been on the lookout for a midgrade copy or better for awhile. My wife is a scientist and this was published during a time when it was still hard for women to break into the field. I have yet to see one for sale.

Great copy!

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3 hours ago, JvR11 said:

I think this issue is one of the more uncommon ones.  Does anyone have a high grade of TR12?

TR12.jpg

That's the nicest one I've seen. I've landed 2 copies during the past few years, but both are beat to death, and I can't decide which one is the undercopy.

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7 hours ago, JvR11 said:

I think this issue is one of the more uncommon ones.  Does anyone have a high grade of TR12?

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One of my favorites and hard as nails to find. My copy looks nice but has a 2 inch spine split. Still better than most out there.

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As noted, very tough book.

Bunky sold a raw 2.0 last year, I almost pulled the trigger but multiple pieces of tape dissuaded me. 

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32 minutes ago, Ricksneatstuff said:

I’ve had three copies of that book but never above 4.0.

Highest graded is a 4.5. 

Not my favorite but certainly one of the tougher ones in the run. Best quality about the cover to me is the look on her face. It’s a look I’ve seen before...:fear:

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5 hours ago, sacentaur said:

As noted, very tough book.

Bunky sold a raw 2.0 last year, I almost pulled the trigger but multiple pieces of tape dissuaded me. 

Sometimes books like that you just have to buy and try to find a better one later...

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Why does this panel look familar?

 

 

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2 hours ago, tabcom said:

Why does this panel look familar?

 

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opps, looks like Baker took inspiration from an unsourced artist over at Love Letters #13.

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4 hours ago, tabcom said:

opps, looks like Baker took inspiration from an unsourced artist over at Love Letters #13.

Baker's is slicker and more polished, but the unnamed source is good too.

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5 hours ago, Dr. Love said:

 

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Is that your copy BTW?

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Posted (edited)

I can see my last question remains unanswered.

Here's Shaun Clancy's post in Comic Books: The Golden Age about meeting and interviewing Ray Osrin. Reading about Matt and Ray brings a lump to my throat.

https://www.facebook.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/294141427352481/permalink/1919821511451123/groups/294141427352481/permalink/1919821511451123/

Edited by comicnoir

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On 6/28/2019 at 1:21 AM, comicnoir said:

I can see my last question remains unanswered.

Here's Shaun Clancy's post in Comic Books: The Golden Age about meeting and interviewing Ray Osrin. Reading about Matt and Ray brings a lump to my throat.

https://www.facebook.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/294141427352481/permalink/1919821511451123/groups/294141427352481/permalink/1919821511451123/

Really awesome to see those books on the wall both Matt & Ray work on.

 

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