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These books really captured my imagination in the late 80's. I have a lower grade raw set that put together back then, some even found in dollar bins. It felt good to be able to buy this slabbed set for purely sentimental reasons. Hopefully all are a part of my long term personal collection:








This one has a "M. Wagner" signature and sketch inside. I don't think I have the balls to crack it send to CBCS for verification without being able to see the signature.




The Primer 2 is not new, I bought raw probably about 15 years ago.

Dang...nice set!🔥🔥😜
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My boss’ roommate was cleaning out some stuff and I ended up with these!




@dielinfinite I would pull those Planetary books out of the middle of the stack and move them right to the top of the reading list...even if you've read them before. Wish I still had my copies to re-read.
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@CatmanAmerica Whaaaaa? A non-golden age book in your collection? 🍻👍

Very cool!!!
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@EbaySeller crack, press and send that baby in. Take a picture of the Signature and sketch and keep a copy of it with the book, beautiful books Especially that primer 2 👊
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Just got these back and they came with the new cases !!








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@EbaySeller crack, press and send that baby in. Take a picture of the Signature and sketch and keep a copy of it with the book, beautiful books Especially that primer 2 👊


THIS!
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@CatmanAmerica Whaaaaa? A non-golden age book in your collection? 🍻👍

Very cool!!!


Looks GA enough for me!
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@EbaySeller crack, press and send that baby in. Take a picture of the Signature and sketch and keep a copy of it with the book, beautiful books Especially that primer 2 👊


@Batman66 I suspect I will have to give in to that idea eventually. But since I have no plans of selling I think I will just enjoy the mystique of it all for a while.
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@CatmanAmerica Whaaaaa? A non-golden age book in your collection? 🍻👍

Very cool!!!


Looks GA enough for me!


That it does!!🍻👍
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Not worth an awful lot but I won something else in an auction so another book really drops my per unit shipping price??


Not normally my type of book but I just like having a 'Canadian edition'



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August 1958 Harvey file set containing mega-key Friendly Ghost Casper #1 and other cool stuff like a Jack Kirby Phantom cover and a classic Kremer Hot Stuff cover with Hot Stuff playing the pipes of Pan.

Friendly Ghost Casper #1 is one of the most important Harvey comics because it represents the completion of the purchase of the Paramount characters by Harvey and the beginning of Harvey’s ascent as one of the biggest publishers of the silver age. Within a few months Casper’s Ghostland #1, the first Harvey giant title, would be published and the period of Harvey’s market dominance would be underway in full. This comic, with it’s classic black infinity cover, is a tough find in high grade and this copy, even being a qualified grade due to the binding process, is one of the nicer ones I have ever seen.












































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Alex Ross signed variant edition of 'Tec #1000...


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My first CBCS order came in yesterday, complete with new slabs, and yellow verified “signatures.”

All in all I’m really pleased. Not that surprised on the SS #1. I will say I thought the Detective Comics and Transformers grades would’ve been flipped, but from the notes, if I wanna get TF #1 pressed it stands a good chance of going up a bit.






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Considering putting together runs of Witching Hour and Ghosts after I finish a few other runs. I'm really digging the DC horror anthologies.











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@Studley_Dudley Big fan of “Witching Hour”. My wife collects them. 👍🏼
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@Studley_Dudley Big fan of “Witching Hour”. My wife collects them. 👍🏼


I like it. I don't have to follow a bunch of continuity or anything and everything is self-contained. Just the witches tie it all together. They do crossover with the House of Mystery and Secrets guys but nothing that isn't complex. Some good art and writing in these. Problem is finding them in decent condition around here. If any of the shops get them in, they are usually pretty beat up.
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I know COAs aren’t worth a darn, but a great cover signed by an awesome artist! The seller Discount Comic Book Service top notch! Happy with purchase!
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I finished my Hellblazer volumes out today with these 2.


and an omnibus that's sealed in plastic still for 18? Yes please. I have to say its the most line work I've seen Young do. I've never read or watched anything associated with the wizard but I figured my daughter can read it at some point.
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@Studley_Dudley Big fan of “Witching Hour”. My wife collects them. 👍🏼


I like it. I don't have to follow a bunch of continuity or anything and everything is self-contained. Just the witches tie it all together. They do crossover with the House of Mystery and Secrets guys but nothing that isn't complex. Some good art and writing in these. Problem is finding them in decent condition around here. If any of the shops get them in, they are usually pretty beat up.


Some of the first comics I was really into in my "tween" years was stuff like Ghosts, Witching Hour, HOM, HOS, and horror comics in general. I'm with you. Just pick one up and go and you're never lost. Just a self contained story. I used to pick them up in the quarter bin of my LCS.
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@Studley_Dudley Love the DC mystery books. Overlooked and underrated!

@HeinzDad The Oz novels are good reads. I am currently reading them to my grandson. The language is a little dated, being written over 100 years ago, but they are very imaginative and entertaining.
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Big fan of the 50s photo covers.sorry about the flash.
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Hanna-Barbera Super TV Heroes #1,4,7
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Gawd, I love those Hanna Barbera books. I haven't opened that flood gate yet, but it's weakening...
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Tarzan #153, 155x2, 156x2, 157x2, 158x2, 159x2, 160x2, 161x2, 174x2, 175, 176, 178, 202 DC Tarzan Digest #1
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Moby Duck #6
Mickey Mouse #129,130,132
Banana Splits #3
Beep! Beep! The Road Runner #18,21
Fun-In #2,11,12,15
Lassie #69,70 (Last 12c, First 15c)
Fantastic Voyage #1,2
New Adventures of Huck Finn #1
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I picked these up today:


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Space Ghost Coloring Book x2
Super Friends Coloring Book
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Disney Adventures July 1993- Contains a short story, Marsupilmi, by Bobbi JG and David Cody Weiss (Writers), with Mike Royer pencils & Larry Meyer Inks

Disney Adventures December 1996- This and the Cartoon Tales both contain reprints of Willie Ito's & Mike Royers Cruella's Very Furry Christmas from the 101 Dalmatians one-shot adaptation of the live action film.
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