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STAN LEE FRANK MILLER PRIVATE SIGNINGS.1670

Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
Startgin January we have a Signings with Frank Miller cost is $100 per sig.
Then in March we have Stan Lee cost is $115 per sig. Message us for more info.
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Collector Darkga private msg quote post Address this user
Good price on the Frank Miller.
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COLLECTOR dielinfinite private msg quote post Address this user
@Darkga Sure is! I'd like to get in on it but I've already held off too long on saving for my vacation at the end of February
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
We will have another signing with Frank and Stan in April πŸ˜‰
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Collector Themaxx35 private msg quote post Address this user
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Startgin January we have a Signings with Frank Miller cost is $100 per sig.
Then in March we have Stan Lee cost is $115 per sig. Message us for more info.
When are books due for Frank Miller?
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Collector Absolute_Zero private msg quote post Address this user
Oh my yeah for Frank in April. Enough time for me to get that book signed by him. He is a great guy and met him this year.
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COLLECTOR dielinfinite private msg quote post Address this user
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We will have another signing with Frank and Stan in April πŸ˜‰
You're not gonna let me keep my money, are you?

You'll be getting my Wolverine #1 for Miller. Also looking for Rubenstein and Claremont on the same book if you can swing it.
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
πŸ˜‚ Sorry. We can get Rubinstein and Claremont added for sure
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Collector AndyRexia private msg quote post Address this user
How did the signing on the 12th go? Everything get signed ok?
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Snikt! Wolverine private msg quote post Address this user
What About already graded comics? I have Wolverine #1 signed by Miller but I'd love to get Claremont and Rubenstein and possibly Lee's signature as well
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
The last signing went great. We'll send pics out to everyone who got books signed soon.
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
We can crack slabs and get them signed then submitted for regrading
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Collector frankenstein private msg quote post Address this user
How do I contact you for submitting books for signing? Never mind. Just sent private message.
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COLLECTOR shrewbeer private msg quote post Address this user
PM sent
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Collector AndyRexia private msg quote post Address this user



Can't wait to see these in slabs. Thanks so much Trinity Comics.
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COLLECTOR kaptainmyke private msg quote post Address this user
the gold looks better on the #4 than blue anyway, good call
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COLLECTOR shrewbeer private msg quote post Address this user
@AndyRexia is that a mistake on the ink color? I have a high value book that I really want to get signed, but I'm nervous about leaving it in the hands of someone else. i'd lose my shit if they used the wrong ink color
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Collector AndyRexia private msg quote post Address this user
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@AndyRexia is that a mistake on the ink color? I have a high value book that I really want to get signed, but I'm nervous about leaving it in the hands of someone else. i'd lose my shit if they used the wrong ink color

Depends on your definition of a mistake. I prepped the book and requested those colors. I sent the books to Trinity Comics and Matt contacted me about the color choices. He said Frank Miller basically does what he wants and may or may not sign the books in my choice of color. I told him that was fine as long as he didn't sign in black (it would blend in with the background). Matt assured me he would do his best to get Frank to sign in gold. Matt delivered what he said. I'm more than happy with the results. I don't mind at all that my choices weren't used because it looks great the way it is. Sometimes you're taking a risk when getting autos. I.E. Stan Lee smudging his own signature or the person signing uses the pen they already have in their hand which isn't the color you requested. I believe it's worth the "risk" and so far I've never ran into any problems. *knocks on wood* This is my second time using Trinity Comics and they are the only place I will use for these kinds of services.
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COLLECTOR shrewbeer private msg quote post Address this user
Thank you for the review, sounds like Trinity is are good guys to use!
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Collector AndyRexia private msg quote post Address this user
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Thank you for the review, sounds like Trinity is are good guys to use!

Indeed
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Collector AndyRexia private msg quote post Address this user
@shrewbeer if you decide to get a book signed, I highly recommend prepping the book first. Make windows in the bag and label it so you get the signature where you want it. This way someone isn't signing over top of another signature. I always request sharpie and no paint pens. I've read not good things about paint pens.
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Collector Hcanes private msg quote post Address this user
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@shrewbeer if you decide to get a book signed, I highly recommend prepping the book first. Make windows in the bag and label it so you get the signature where you want it. This way someone isn't signing over top of another signature. I always request sharpie and no paint pens. I've read not good things about paint pens.


I would recommend sharpies as well. If you do not give paint pens the proper time to dry, they have a higher chance of smearing. Couple this with people who man handle books while signing.....
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Collector Johnnylray private msg quote post Address this user
as a longtime autograph collector I always recommend BLUE sharpie. Not pen, not marker, not paint pen.

Black sharpies over time bleed out a ugly yellowish β€˜halo’ around it.

All sharpies are alcohol based and will not be there forever, but BLACK fades quicker than most colors.

Therefor , I choose Blue..;-)

IMHO, I probably won't have any autographs on the covers. I still appreciate the bottom of the splash page signatures!
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
We only use sharpies for signings. On dark covers we go silver or gold.
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user



Here's an example from a recent signing we did with Stan.
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
Sorry we haven't been very active in here lately if you need more info please check out our Fb Group here:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/167403636957440/
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Collector TrinityComics private msg quote post Address this user
FYI Mail-In books are due to us by 2/25/17 for Stan Lee
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