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This unorthodox format comic book (35cm long) here brings a compilation of Secret Agent 9X drawn by Alex Raymond histories originally published in 1934. Released in 18/12/1935 in Brazil. In quite a bad shape, a nearly blank page is detached, the cover is very darkened due to exposure to dust and pollution, as the inner pages and the back cover, that has big crack on its hard cover. Plus the square bound spine is mostly gone. Yet, still like to look at it !

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On 12/20/2018 at 10:10 PM, walclark said:

Two comic books that I had crossover graded were back from Florida today:

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How did the grades compare?

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On 12/22/2018 at 6:53 AM, Kromak said:

This unorthodox format comic book (35cm long) here brings a compilation of Secret Agent 9X drawn by Alex Raymond histories originally published in 1934. Released in 18/12/1935 in Brazil. In quite a bad shape, a nearly blank page is detached, the cover is very darkened due to exposure to dust and pollution, as the inner pages and the back cover, that has big crack on its hard cover. Plus the square bound spine is mostly gone. Yet, still like to look at it !

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That was a cool strip.  Great find!

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On 12/20/2018 at 9:02 PM, Robot Man said:

Very pretty Tony. I have very few Doc Savage comics. Always liked the Shadow ones better. I do have some of his premiums and a few pulps. This is one of my favorite ones.

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Is Doc the villain in this one! :whatthe:

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1 hour ago, Sqeggs said:

The key in life is to always bring the biggest gun you can find. 

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Beautiful cover, stunning copy there!

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8 hours ago, Sqeggs said:

How did the grades compare?

Exact matches except the Captain Battle Jr. went from ow/w to ow.

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1 hour ago, walclark said:
9 hours ago, Sqeggs said:

How did the grades compare?

Exact matches except the Captain Battle Jr. went from ow/w to ow.

That's good.  I've typically lost a half grade to a grade. 

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4 minutes ago, Sqeggs said:

That's good.  I've typically lost a half grade to a grade. 

Had a different 5 book crossover submission and 3 stayed the same and two dropped a half grade.

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13 hours ago, Sqeggs said:

The key in life is to always bring the biggest gun you can find. 

Momma always told me that you can get more with a kind word and a loaded .45 than with a kind word alone.

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I can't win...try to post a couple of books and wind up with a warning...posting competitors books...which I forgot you can't do...

SORRY ALL!

 

Marty

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