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Looks like it's a little too chilly for Donald.



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The greenish mass in the background of Lou Fine's cover for HIT Comics #9 looks convincingly like a huge floating iceberg in the North Atlantic...



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Yes finally. Getting some movements on my orders. Should have some freshly graded stuff by end of next week or so. Random GA crap again. Hoping for some to have 9.0 grades or above. Fingers crossed.
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Here is a couple high grade promos you don't see too often in any grade. 1954 U.S. Treasury give away "Foxhole on you Frontlawn" and 1951 "Santa's Secrets."




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Got this along with a new pair of shoes.



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Quote:
Originally Posted by martymann
Got this along with a new pair of shoes.



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I love these Buster Brown comics!!! I once thought of trying to collect them all, but at that time, the task seemed daunting to me. Now, not so much. I have to look at them again. I may pursue them next year.
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Platinum Era book (1902)
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Here is one you rarely see. Year, anyone?
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@earthshaker01 Cool! 50's?
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@Sagii it is 50s but I don't know exact year.
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Leaping from Archie's difficulties with China to Alex Schomburg's first Marvel Mystery cover focusing on fears of a Japanese invasion after Pearl Harbor (Dec. 7)...



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A small run of Steve Roper Rockford books. Glad I pulled these out as #2 has some serious wave on the inner well. Re-holder yee shall receive!!









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@the420bandito cool
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M'thinks this thread could use a little more Schomburg mayhem to tide us over until the Yule tide rushes in, so in that spirit here are three great covers composed by Alex, each from different publishers...









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Glad to post some GA oddities. When they get back...patiently waiting
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I give this book my personal checkmark. It was sold to me as VF/NM. The book presents quite well. Not to mention Tiger Man!!


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Here is a classic Rudy Palais cover. An early Rob Liefeld, he never seemed to get his people anatomically correct but it worked.

Tough to find any information on Mr. Palais. This terse article sure wet my appetite though. https://www.newsfromme.com/2004/07/21/rudy-palais-r-i-p/


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