PGX Comics: crooked or incompetent? Exposed...
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9 hours ago, RockMyAmadeus said:

Who's Steve Borack...?

 

Steve Borax had a 20 mule team and sold detergent.

 

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This rare footage of PGX moving books to their top secret vault.

 

 

Edited by DR.X

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I basically treat PGX books as raw, and that’s typically the price they command. 

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6 hours ago, Callaway29 said:

I basically treat PGX books as raw, and that’s typically the price they command. 

I think raw books are less likely to be either restored or some other shifty nonsense PGX is known for

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55 minutes ago, dupont2005 said:

I think raw books are less likely to be either restored or some other shifty nonsense PGX is known for

I wonder if CGC keeps any kind of records with this Crossover thing ... as far as how much/many PGX books had undetected restoration or "some other shifty nonsense".

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29 minutes ago, Gaard said:

I wonder if CGC keeps any kind of records with this Crossover thing ... as far as how much/many PGX books had undetected restoration or "some other shifty nonsense".

:popcorn:

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45 minutes ago, lordisam said:

"For those of you who can't Google....[drink Big Gulp] PGX started around 2003 or 2004 or 1999 (I don't have time to Google it) or they are located in Eugene, Oregon or something, [vape] but the dude was called Michael or Brian or something [eats sandwich] and they said restored or rejuvenated or something [fixes lamp] but also it was grand larceny or grand theft auto or something [gets up to buy donuts at 7-Eleven]...but CGC started in 1999 or 2000 or 1976 or something... so it all checks out.  Accuracy is important."  

Man now I want a sammich or some donuts or hell a donut sammich!

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53 minutes ago, lordisam said:

"For those of you who can't Google....[drink Big Gulp] PGX started around 2003 or 2004 or 1999 (I don't have time to Google it) or they are located in Eugene, Oregon or something, [vape] but the dude was called Michael or Brian or something [eats sandwich] and they said restored or rejuvenated or something [fixes lamp] but also it was grand larceny or grand theft auto or something [gets up to buy donuts at 7-Eleven]...but CGC started in 1999 or 2000 or 1976 or something... so it all checks out.  Accuracy is important."  

I gave it 12 minutes before bailing, and yep, this is a fair take.

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I didn't even realize they were still in business...

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3 hours ago, lordisam said:

"For those of you who can't Google....[drink Big Gulp] PGX started around 2003 or 2004 or 1999 (I don't have time to Google it) or they are located in Eugene, Oregon or something, [vape] but the dude was called Michael or Brian or something [eats sandwich] and they said restored or rejuvenated or something [fixes lamp] but also it was grand larceny or grand theft auto or something [gets up to buy donuts at 7-Eleven]...but CGC started in 1999 or 2000 or 1976 or something... so it all checks out.  Accuracy is important."  

And that's the edited version? Any chance of seeing the original, unedited post? :eek:

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59 minutes ago, Chuck Gower said:

I didn't even realize they were still in business...

 

1 hour ago, Chuck Gower said:

I didn't even realize they were still in business...

 

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What is "both", Alex?

I'll take PGX for 400 next.

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What's the average grading return variance on a CGC book that was previously graded by PGX .2,.4,.6 that would suck s...

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1 hour ago, Hollywood1892 said:

What's the average grading return variance on a CGC book that was previously graded by PGX .2,.4,.6 that would suck s...

When you factor in the .5 grades that come back when the books are incomplete, I'm sure the average is not too pretty at all!

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16 minutes ago, mrwoogieman said:

When you factor in the .5 grades that come back when the books are incomplete, I'm sure the average is not too pretty at all!

I wouldnt think so

Sounds like you take a $1000.00 comic and reduce it by$900.00

Edited by Hollywood1892
Forgot to include comic

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3 minutes ago, Hollywood1892 said:

I wouldnt think so

Sounds like you take a $1000.00 comic and reduce it by$900.00

Buy the book - not the label.

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4 minutes ago, TwoPiece said:

Buy the book - not the label.

I am what I am.You saw the picture of me,I'm very shallow when it comes to the value of things.

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When the book is encapsulated in plastic all you have is the label.

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