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Ok I found two of these in same box. Both really nice. Together they become "clun 32", I wonder?
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Ok so early Eastern color here Big Chief Wahoo #1. Look at the characters. Artist had to be guy that drew the "goon" in Popeye cartoons back in the day, lol.

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ok this is for you. I don't have the #1 yet. Unable to locate a high grade copy for now. However I have 2 minty copies of #2 for ya.

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awesome. I had one of those in my hand about an hour ago going through boxes. Great book.
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Here is a file copy of an old favorite. Anyone remember watch Marlin Perkins?

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@earthshaker01 - I don’t remember Zoo Parade, but Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom with Marlin Perkins was must-watch television in my house in the 1960’s and 70’s. I think Perkin’s assistant, Jim, had to be a real superhero, because every week he seemed to be in a life-threatening situation with some vicious animal.
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@esaravo same here. I recall mutual of Omaha. Marlin always left Jim up a creek. "I'll head down the river, while Jim stays to wrestle this alligator."
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Group of 30 mid to higher grade #1's I'm sending in this month. Coulle.abgkes due to glare.


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Sending in these 15 Dell giant file copies as well.
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And this batch of oddities. Several 3-d comics with the glasses attached. Should be fun to get them all back in a few months.


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@earthshaker01 - Some absolutely amazing books! I can’t wait to see them in the new CBCS slabs. I especially like that Seven Seas issue and the Buck Rodgers. Very cool!

PS: Next time you are going through your endless boxes full of random books from the 1940’s and 1950’s and come across ones that are extras, lower grade, or just not your type, please send me a PM. Most of my boxes are full of BA drek (but at least it’s usually high grade drek).
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@earthshaker01 - Some absolutely amazing books! I can’t wait to see them in the new CBCS slabs. I especially like that Seven Seas issue and the Buck Rodgers. Very cool!

PS: Next time you are going through your endless boxes full of random books from the 1940’s and 1950’s and come across ones that are extras, lower grade, or just not your type, please send me a PM. Most of my boxes are full of BA drek (but at least it’s usually high grade drek).
shhhh...I already have one of these Buck Rogers graded, but this second one probably a 7.0.
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Well I pulled the trigger on it and sent in 77 GA and SA comics today. Everything from high grade file copies to mid to upper grade #1's, #nn's, dell four colors, giants, promos, political comics. Excited to see a few of them. Let ya know in about three months.
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@earthshaker01 Are you pressing any and (if you don't mind me asking) around how much did that set you back for that many?
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@earthshaker01 Are you pressing any and (if you don't mind me asking) around how much did that set you back for that many?
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Sending in these 15 Dell giant file copies as well.


That Lulu in Australia looks great
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