Strange Tales Collecting Thread !
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In an attempt to lure those mysterious Strange Tales collectors, I decided to start this thread! If some of them post scans of some of their high grade ST, this should be a blast!

 

I'll start with some of my favorites from my modest collection...

 

ST 103 CGC 8.0 White Mass. Copy

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ST 104 CGC 8.5 OW

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ST 106 CGC 8.5 OWW

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ST 109 CGC 9.0 OWW

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ST 116 CGC 8.0 OWW

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ST 120 CGC 8.5 OWW

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It's your turn now! thumbsup2.gif

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Okay, here's one. Not exactly in your league but Strange Tales is a title I have only begun to scratch the surface on

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Great books from a true believer and fan!!!! Thanks for starting this thread. I'll be definitely posting some scans soon thumbsup2.gifthumbsup2.gifthumbsup2.gif

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and my oldest ST to date

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and my oldest ST to date

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I really like that one...the last good cover before the end of the Human Torch run.

(except maybe ST 134 for which I have a bizarre attraction - I can't decide if it's ugly or beautiful - a true work of art !)

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Hey Frederic, great idea for a thread!

 

Are some of these books my former CGC beauties that you deslabbed, or did you pick up some nice raw copies? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Either way, a really cool bunch of books. 893applaud-thumb.gif

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Hey Frederic, great idea for a thread!

 

Are some of these books my former CGC beauties that you deslabbed, or did you pick up some nice raw copies? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Either way, a really cool bunch of books. 893applaud-thumb.gif

 

ST 103, 106, 116 & 120 were bought raw and then slabbed (except for 106, I did not re-scan them once slabbed) In fact, ST 106 was my first purchase on eBay and I got it at a great price grin.gif

 

As for your former beauties, I still have ST 117 & 118. thumbsup2.gif

shy.gif Your former ST 120 is in the caring hands of another forumite, the one that you originally sold it to...

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Hey Frederic, great idea for a thread!

 

Are some of these books my former CGC beauties that you deslabbed, or did you pick up some nice raw copies? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Either way, a really cool bunch of books. 893applaud-thumb.gif

 

ST 103, 106, 116 & 120 were bought raw and then slabbed (except for 106, I did not scan them once slabbed) In fact, ST 106 was my first purchase on eBay and I got it at a great price grin.gif

 

As for your former beauties, I still have ST 117 & 118. thumbsup2.gif

shy.gif Your former ST 120 is in the caring hands of another forumite, the one that you originally sold it to...

 

Glad to hear they are all still being enjoyed! 893applaud-thumb.gif

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Like the Avengers I started the other thread with, this one was tough to part with. I didn't even have a chance to scan it properly.

 

Should have kept it. A truly gorgeous book in-hand, this pic does it no justice.

 

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So many great ST books to choose from:

 

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Cool cover, hero versus hero

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Steranko's take on a hero versus hero

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Excellent Thread Frederic!!! Here's a couple I just purchased from Rhino last week. Just waiting for them to arrive in the mail!! thumbsup2.gif

 

My Favourite cover for ST

 

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and #84

 

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Here are some other Human Torch ST :

 

ST 117 CGC 8.5 OW

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ST 118 CGC 8.5 OWW

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ST 119 CGC 8.5 COW

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ST 121 CGC 8.5 COW - One of the nicest cover of the run !

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893applaud-thumb.gif Great books

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Here are a few Dr. Strange covers. First up is 148:

 

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This is the Oakland copy of 162, and the last Dr. Strange cover I have scanned from my slabbed collection:

 

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ST 119 CGC 8.5 COW

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rabble rouser's left arm has always looked funny to me on this book.

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ST RULES!!!! Let's start at the beginning:

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The first Wizard:

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First Paste Pot Pete!!!:

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2nd Wizard

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