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I would never turn down a Steve Ditko signature. It's almost as rare as a Ditko photograph.




Ditko's art seems to have some resemblance to his photo...
How Classically Cool!

As I stated earlier, I'm not a sig collector, but would I crack open my ASM 1 if I had the opportunity for a Ditko sig?... HELL YEAH!. But on the splash page of course.


Of course.


The completest in me would rejoice for the historical significance not to mention the added value. However I have come to accept it will most likely never happen.

I don't want to completely divert the attention away from the OP topic but for what can be said about Ditko's impact on the medium, I just cant wrap my head around why he doesn't sign anything ever! Not to bash the guy, to each is own but he could offer a limited amount of signatures every year. Even if he didn't want to keep the money for himself, he could freaking hand it down to his kids or family or charity. Idk, I respect his contributions as a creator but I think some of his personal philosophies are strange and bleak.


I understand his point of view and I share it to a large degree. I do sign things, but only because I've signed documents at work hundreds of times per day as part of my job 5 days a week for 20 years. I can't get around that.
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since we can only post cgc or cbcs comic books in this section...this is my newest and nicest



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Marvel Mystery Comics No.1

Published by O Globo, Brazil 1940.

O Globo is one of the most important publishers in the entire world.

They began publishing in the 1920's and the company first began publishing comics in Journal form in 1936.

In 1940 O Globo published some of the most significant publishing's in Global history of Timely comics.

Known to be among the earliest publishers of Timely Comics world-wide attached here is Marvel Mystery Comics No.1.

Easily one of the rarest comics in the world including the US.

The cover art is Brazilian original, and the artists employed by O Globo at the time are among the most significant in the history of the genre in the International Comic market.


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Detective Comics (VF)

1st Appearance of Clay Face

Published by Grande Consórcio Suplementos Nacionais, Brazil 1942.


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I've been meaning to pick up the 1st appearances of the later Clayfaces. Have there been three or four?
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All Star Comics (VF)

The earliest known cover appearance of Wonder Woman world-wide from all International Editions.

Also the 1st appearance of the Justice Society of America.

Published by Grande Consórcio Suplementos Nacionais, Brazil 1941

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Sounds like a new thread... Favorite Centerfold. Karen Price
Miss January 1981 was a favorite one for me. Google her and you'll see why LOL!


Too much. I remember her. I'm looking back now and they don't look as attractive to me anymore. I had forgotten they all had shrubbery back then. They all have that airbrushed look.
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got this one to add to the stash, now looking for a #2


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they all had shrubbery back then
LOL!


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they all had shrubbery back then
LOL!




It's okay if you didn't have time to floss your teeth in the morning.
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Drooling... Soooommmmeeeee day!
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