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Ok, had to be first to post a GA GGA book in this new forum. I remember suggesting seperating modern books from GA and SA in the past, so I am extremely glad to see it before tried out here on the boards.

 

So, here we go.

 

My price is $85 shipped for this beautiful mid-grade copy. OSPG in FN is $135.

 

First unconditional :takeit: gets a nice Avon with great cover art.

 

 

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Low grade reader copy with a great classic cover. Evident water damage (see scans)

 

My price: $20 shipped.

 

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I never even noticed this break out...

cool

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I never even noticed this break out...

cool

 

It just appeared today.......kind of like the Monolith in 2001: A space odyssey.

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I never even noticed this break out...

cool

 

It just appeared today.......kind of like the Monolith in 2001: A space odyssey.

 

Just as important.

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Ok, had to be first to post a GA GGA book in this new forum. I remember suggesting seperating modern books from GA and SA in the past, so I am extremely glad to see it before tried out here on the boards.

 

So, here we go.

 

My price is $85 shipped for this beautiful mid-grade copy. OSPG in FN is $135.

 

First unconditional :takeit: gets a nice Avon with great cover art.

 

 

outofthisworld2.jpg

 

Pending my question... is that a pulp or a comic? Comic = :takeit:

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Yes, somebody else buy it please!

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Ok, had to be first to post a GA GGA book in this new forum. I remember suggesting seperating modern books from GA and SA in the past, so I am extremely glad to see it before tried out here on the boards.

 

So, here we go.

 

My price is $85 shipped for this beautiful mid-grade copy. OSPG in FN is $135.

 

First unconditional :takeit: gets a nice Avon with great cover art.

 

 

outofthisworld2.jpg

 

Pending my question... is that a pulp or a comic? Comic = :takeit:

 

heh... it's a pulp, with a full 32 page comic in it! Art by Joe Kubert and John Giunta.

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Ok, had to be first to post a GA GGA book in this new forum. I remember suggesting seperating modern books from GA and SA in the past, so I am extremely glad to see it before tried out here on the boards.

 

So, here we go.

 

My price is $85 shipped for this beautiful mid-grade copy. OSPG in FN is $135.

 

First unconditional :takeit: gets a nice Avon with great cover art.

 

 

outofthisworld2.jpg

 

Pending my question... is that a pulp or a comic? Comic = :takeit:

 

heh... it's a pulp, with a full 32 page comic in it! Art by Joe Kubert and John Giunta.

 

I thought it was an honest question :sorry:

Judging by the way the cover is turned in a little on all sides it looks typical of how pulps generally look. (shrug)

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No worries, mate... It was a publishing experiment by Avon, mixing comics into the pulp. I highly recommend getting it. The pulp stories are a good read, and the comics are just awesome. Giunta's Crom the Barbarian is a direct homage to Conan.

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No worries, mate... It was a publishing experiment by Avon, mixing comics into the pulp. I highly recommend getting it. The pulp stories are a good read, and the comics are just awesome. Giunta's Crom the Barbarian is a direct homage to Conan.

 

Fair enough!

 

nike... :takeit:

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No worries, mate... It was a publishing experiment by Avon, mixing comics into the pulp. I highly recommend getting it. The pulp stories are a good read, and the comics are just awesome. Giunta's Crom the Barbarian is a direct homage to Conan.

 

Fair enough!

 

nike... :takeit:

 

Well done :golfclap:

 

Saved me some money!

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No worries, mate... It was a publishing experiment by Avon, mixing comics into the pulp. I highly recommend getting it. The pulp stories are a good read, and the comics are just awesome. Giunta's Crom the Barbarian is a direct homage to Conan.

 

Fair enough!

 

nike... :takeit:

 

:cry:

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No worries, mate... It was a publishing experiment by Avon, mixing comics into the pulp. I highly recommend getting it. The pulp stories are a good read, and the comics are just awesome. Giunta's Crom the Barbarian is a direct homage to Conan.

 

Fair enough!

 

nike... :takeit:

 

Nice catch. (thumbs u :cry:

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:applause:

 

First sale on the new GA sub-forum. It's a huge success!!!

 

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:applause:

 

First sale on the new GA sub-forum. It's a huge success!!!

 

lol

 

I was actually surprised to see the book still available.

 

If I wasn't already buying pulps here and there for the cool covers I wouldn't have considered this one.

 

Not only is there one bikini clad hottie on this cover, but two! :cloud9:

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No worries, mate... It was a publishing experiment by Avon, mixing comics into the pulp. I highly recommend getting it. The pulp stories are a good read, and the comics are just awesome. Giunta's Crom the Barbarian is a direct homage to Conan.

 

Fair enough!

 

nike... :takeit:

 

:cry:

 

 

Never have so many guys been so eager to get this close to a comic where the cover is a girl who looks to have crabs.

 

 

 

:roflmao:

 

C

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