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With Frank Miller hitting the convention scene pretty hard this year, a lot of us got a great (if expensive) chance to get some sigs from a legendary creator. Here's a place to show off your Frank Miller sigs, whether you got them this year, back in the 80s or anywhere in between!

I got two books signed by him, through different facilitators.

The first is my Daredevil 168, signed by Miller and Klaus Janson. I see plenty of DD 181 signed by the duo but 168 doesn't seem to get signed that often. This copy was a 5.5 blue CBCS label and is going back to get a yellow. (sorry for the small pic)




I just got this one yesterday, the hardcover limited edition of Frank Miller's Robocop. I got the book signed by Peter Weller, the one and only Robocop if you ask me, years ago and I took the opportunity to get Miller on the book this year.


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Signed by Klaus Janson, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert and Frank Miller.
This going to CBCS to get a yellow label.
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@Muaythaiguy Awesome! DKIII has so many awesome covers. I was tempted to get one of mine signed too but I ended up going with something I was a little more attached to.

@Stelbert_Stylton I think I remember seeing that in the signature identification thread. It's on a classic Daredevil, right?
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@Stelbert_Stylton I think I remember seeing that in the signature identification thread. It's on a classic Daredevil, right?


Maybe you saw it on theComicBookForum.com? It's actually in issue #4 from Wolverine's first mini.
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From the LE signed hardcover of That Yellow Bastard

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@Red84 Awesome! Do you happen to have a shot of the cover? I'm not familiar with that book
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@Red84 Awesome! Do you happen to have a shot of the cover? I'm not familiar with that book


Here you go. That Yellow Bastard is my all time favorite comic story.

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Nice! I would definitely say it's my favorite Sin City book and I thought they did a great job with the film adaptaion. They even kept Robocop's gun!
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I got this a week or two ago!
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Back in Dec 1981 I hosted Frank Miller's very first instore signing party ever. First day Saturday right before Christmas some 4000 FM souls showed up with Frank signing 9 AM till I pulled plug at 9 PM - 12 hours - telling those still in a long line to come back Sunday 10 AM when Frank would pick up on it again.

Up to that point it was the largest attendance "comicon" in the SF Bay Area. The only "outside" advertising I did was send this flyer to the other 60 or so Bay Area comic book stores. Half those guys closed their store on that Saturday before Xmas and came to get some FM comics signed.




For this special event I commissioned Frank to do up a special S&N print which he titled Lily Marlane after a French World War Two resistance fighter. This was the only time (to date) this has ever been published.




After Frank and I pored thru my then near complete Spirit Sunday section collection (I had some 580 out of the 618 made) he drew this in my comics memory book
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@BLBcomics WOW! That is an absolutely gorgeous print and that sketch is very cool as well. That's a great story, too. It almost boggles the mind reminiscing about Miller's more humble early career when he's had such a larger-than-life presence in the industry for most of some of our lives
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No room for him on the front anymore, but plenty on the back! Right in the middle in gold.
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@Captain_Aspirin Awesome! What book is that? I'd love to see who else you got on the front
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Well, there is room for smaller signatures. I didn't want to limit the space for Miller. So many people were involved in this book, I plan on adding to it in the future. And someday maybe I'll have the opportunity to add Stephen King and George RR Martin.
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Joe Rubenstein and Frank Miller and hopefully Sal Buscema as we speak.
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Well, there is room for smaller signatures. I didn't want to limit the space for Miller. So many people were involved in this book, I plan on adding to it in the future. And someday maybe I'll have the opportunity to add Stephen King and George RR Martin.


That is beautiful! How many toral signatures are on that? And did you get them all in person?

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Joe Rubenstein and Frank Miller and hopefully Sal Buscema as we speak.


That is really cool! I kind of wish I'd gotten something less cliche for him to sign, though I guess the Robocop book counts. Anyways, there's just so much I'd love to have him sign but it's so expensive to do nowadays, I kind of prioritize the popular atuff first before I move onto the more niche stuff
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I'd love to get a Miller sketch but that price...
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I cant ever meet Frank Miller. He never comes to Seattle. Does anyone know if Frank Miler is coming to your city your your next convention? I'd like to send books to someone to get signed for me.
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Sent this off yesterday to be done at NYCC. After signatures, it'll be graded by CBCS. I put fast pass on this one because I just can't wait to see it. Very excited.
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Nice. Can't wait to see mine.
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I just picked up a Batman 404 that was signed by Frank Miller and Dick Giordano. The pictures are from the auction.




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I always forget about this one:




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