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If the viagra is working you should be well over a 9.8. xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
@IronMan Yeah, I mostly agree. I personally have no interest in a DC book signed by Stan (he did actually contribute to a few, but ignoring those). I also wouldn't want a book signed by Mark Ruffalo unless Hulk was on the cover. But it's all an opinion issue as far as I'm concerned.
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I'm waiting.... (tapping fingers).
Splotches is gettin old!
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All this discussion, lead me to submit these 4 comics today for VSP.
My gosh am I happy I got these signed on the 1st page indicia whenever it was when I saw the great Mr. Cockrum.
These photos get printed and placed in the mylar bag when I get them back from CBCS.





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I like to mix it up.


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Masculinity takes a holiday. EbayMafia private msg quote post Address this user
@Track17 I can think of one additional signature and remarque you might consider adding to an Albedo #3.
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Beaten by boat oars Studley_Dudley private msg quote post Address this user
I'm generally not a signature guy, but some people have nice signatures and understand placement. I only own a few signed books, and Mike Zeck's signature on my Punisher mini series was great, plus it is aesthetically pleasing.



@Nuffsaid111 lovr Cockrum's signature on the inside, plus it's a nice one too. Very cool!

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I think it depends on the book. Some inside preferred whereas others just as long as it is placed well. Example of just good ol’ chaos. Lol


The Marvel Comics #1000 in the picture is something I would use as an example of too much going on, cover-wise and signature-wise. At the end of the day, it really comes down to personal preference. I prefer unsigned books, some people like them, some get rags signed, others like high grade signed stuff. As @IronMan explained earlier, signatures migrating to the cover was just the progression that was made as the hobby evolved.
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@Track17...


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@Studley_Dudley I agree with you about my book. A LOT is going on there. The original plan was to use a different book that was a blank that I had paid to have a commission done on. Sadly however, the artist decided to not work on it until the middle of the con instead of having it ready to pick up at the beginning of the con. So I made a plan b, still happy with the book and it will never leave my personal collection.
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