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5 minutes ago, jjonahjameson11 said:

Nice, quality action page like this with Spidey in every panel?  Definitely more than $100K

I love it. It's a "Year 1" ASM page, from the first year of ASM as an ongoing title...and it's got all that action & Spidey on it. 

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46 minutes ago, comix4fun said:

I love it. It's a "Year 1" ASM page, from the first year of ASM as an ongoing title...and it's got all that action & Spidey on it. 

Not to be a nattering nabob of negativity or anything like that, but ASM was published bi-monthly for the first six issues, so technically speaking, pages from ASM 1-6 = ‘Year 1”.  Nerdy stuff, I know, but ASM started monthly publication with issue #7.

 

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1 hour ago, comix4fun said:

I love it. It's a "Year 1" ASM page, from the first year of ASM as an ongoing title...and it's got all that action & Spidey on it. 

And, never has Spider-man faced such a devastating foe as "Fancy Dan"!    

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1 hour ago, jjonahjameson11 said:

Not to be a nattering nabob of negativity or anything like that, but ASM was published bi-monthly for the first six issues, so technically speaking, pages from ASM 1-6 = ‘Year 1”.  Nerdy stuff, I know, but ASM started monthly publication with issue #7.

 

Asm 1 March 1963

Asm 10 March 1964

 

Year.

One.*

 

 

* It was only issues 1-4 that were bi-monthly, starting with issue 4 they came one every month. 4 in sept, 5 in oct, 6 is Nov., etc. So #1 and #10 exactly one year apart. 

 

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35 minutes ago, Mickey7 said:

And, never has Spider-man faced such a devastating foe as "Fancy Dan"!    

It's no "prison-rape-green-goblin-splash", that I will concede. 

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1 hour ago, jjonahjameson11 said:

Not to be a nattering nabob of negativity or anything like that, but ASM was published bi-monthly for the first six issues, so technically speaking, pages from ASM 1-6 = ‘Year 1”.  Nerdy stuff, I know, but ASM started monthly publication with issue #7.

 

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19 minutes ago, comix4fun said:

Asm 1 March 1963

Asm 10 March 1964

 

Year.

One.

Again, not to be a nattering nabob of negativity, but ASM 1 = March, 1963; ASM 10 = April, 1964

therefore,

Year.

Two.

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5 minutes ago, jjonahjameson11 said:

Again, not to be a nattering nabob of negativity, but ASM 1 = March, 1963; ASM 10 = April, 1964

therefore,

Year.

Two.

My bad...I trusted Wiki, which provided incorrect information re publication date.  Chris is right...Year one 

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14 minutes ago, jjonahjameson11 said:

My bad...I trusted Wiki, which provided incorrect information re publication date.  Chris is right...Year one 

March to March is 13 months :)

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1 hour ago, jjonahjameson11 said:

Again, not to be a nattering nabob of negativity, but ASM 1 = March, 1963; ASM 10 = April, 1964

therefore,

Year.

Two.

You sure it’s not to be negative? 

Seems like it’s to be negative. lol 

 

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57 minutes ago, vodou said:

March to March is 13 months :)

March 1 to March 1 is one year...12 months. (thumbsu

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46 minutes ago, comix4fun said:

March 1 to March 1 is one year...12 months. (thumbsu

That would be 366 days or 367 if it's a leap year ;)

 

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Visual Aid: For the Chronologically Impaired....and 1964 was a leap year...which is why it's 366 days. 

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That's why March to March isn't 13 months, because it's a year, which is 12 months, otherwise your  anniversaries and birthdays would be one month earlier every year to fall on the annum. That would be anarchy. lol 

 

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Not to lose the spirit of the point (a fabulous page from Spidey's first year on the ASM title) but since there's a heavy investment in busting my stones tonight, it led me to a wonderful resource I had forgotten about. 

Mike's Amazing World. 

http://www.mikesamazingworld.com/mikes/index.php

They took the time to painstakingly research the actual street release date for many multitudes of comics from the past. That includes ASM. 

http://www.mikesamazingworld.com/mikes/features/search.php?searchtype=comic&searchtxt=Amazing spider-man

ASM 1 On Sale Date: December 10, 1962 ------ ASM 10 On Sale Date: December 9, 1963

In case you don't trust Mike....they got the information on release dates from the Library of Congress.

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364 days apart, LESS THAN A YEAR ....will you look at that....huh. Whattayaknowaboutthat? 

 

Edited by comix4fun
added emphasis and clarity for the perpetually minutiae-afflicted who intentionally miss the point based on personal grievance or bias. :-P

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3 hours ago, comix4fun said:

Asm 1 March 1963

Asm 10 March 1964

 

Year.

One.*

March 1964 would put it into Year 2.  Year 1 is March 1963-February 1964.

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2 hours ago, comix4fun said:

March 1 to March 1 is one year...12 months. (thumbsu

No, if you draft a contract saying the term will commence on March 1 for a term of 1 year, then it will be understood to expire on Feb 28 (or 29) of the following year.  Additional wording would be needed if the intention was for it to expire on March 1 of the following year. 

 

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25 minutes ago, tth2 said:

March 1964 would put it into Year 2.  Year 1 is March 1963-February 1964.

Keep scrolling down.....

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1 hour ago, comix4fun said:

Visual Aid: For the Chronologically Impaired....and 1964 was a leap year...which is why it's 366 days. 

1346820395_ScreenShot2019-09-26at8_21_29PM.thumb.png.6bf76fad7e1653da3f111c5d32338f0c.png

 

That's why March to March isn't 13 months, because it's a year, which is 12 months, otherwise your  anniversaries and birthdays would be one month earlier every year to fall on the annum. That would be anarchy. lol 

 

You guys are all crazy ha ha. I feel like the math professor trying to keep up with Matt Damon. How do you like them apples?

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1 hour ago, comix4fun said:

 

 

Keep scrolling down.....

You should do the same. :baiting:

Put another way, if your birthday is on January 1, then on January 1 you turn 51, for example, and throughout 2019 you are 51 years old, right up through midnight of December 31, 2019.  On January 1, 2020, are you still 51 years old? No, you are now 52. 

We talkin about a new year.  Not the same year, not the same year.  We talkin about a new year.   

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I’ll remember that the next time I put together a contract to set the terms of a discussion of the Comics I read in a 12 month span, just in case anyone assumed I could do that without binding legal documents. 

I will give you the plaque for out-nerding the horde here. No one group misses the point more than we nerds seeking validation of our rightness, myself included  

Ps. 364 days is less than a year, right?

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