TurtleCrazyGirl1999. Another seller with unlimited Stan Lee autographs
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https://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=turtlecrazygirl1999&ftab=AllFeedback

https://www.ebay.com/sch/turtlecrazygirl1999/m.html?_trksid=p3692

Six to a dozen every few days, starting bid $19.95!! :roflmao:

IMO, they're being signed by the same hand as this familiar seller, also with 3 to a dozen spurious Lee signatures closing every few days, mostly for $25.00 on similar bargain box dreck. Only problem is, though by the same hand, that hand is not Stan Lee's.

Compare to Tonfulle-84's spurious Stan Lee signatures:

https://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=tonfulle-84&ftab=AllFeedback

https://www.ebay.com/sch/tonfulle-84/m.html?_trksid=p3692

How can they let them go so cheap! hm

Edited by James J Johnson

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These seem even more blatant -- too neat and too consistent from book to book.

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Other than the price and amount of signatures she has what makes you think hers are fake? That other guys look fake but that Turtle girls look good to me, and I own several face to face signed copies and SS copies. 

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Let's play spot the contradictions:

"COMIC IS IN LOW TO MID GRADE RANGE. READY FOR CGC OR [someone else]!

WE ARE NOT COMIC EXPERTS.

THIS COMIC IS COMING FROM OUR PERSONAL COMIC STOCK."

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Yeah I see it in the S now more.. Good spot. 

 

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6 hours ago, PunisherPunisherPunisher said:

I think the Straight line in the S gives it away from the start 

Stans S has a little curve

There's more. Something Stan has never done. His most consistent feature in all of his signatures over the past 40 years is missing. I refrain from mention only because I don't want to help the forgers correct their mistake. Every signature, even by the same hand, has variations. Look at Wrightson's. Miller's. Stan's has those variations as well and his signature has changed some over the decades. But one can pretty much date Stan's signature by its characteristics that remain close to unchanged. Each signer produces a track with its own unique architecture. Base-line, skyline, and letter to letter proportions. Like Walter said to David in Alien: Covenant, "one note ruins the symphony", and that's the case here with all of these, and why they're clearly identifiable as spurious.

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