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COLLECTOR DarthLego private msg quote post Address this user
I sense a disturbance in the Force
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Collector Themaxx35 private msg quote post Address this user
This Stan Lee crap is getting way out of hand.
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Collector Mef private msg quote post Address this user
Didn't you guys know Stan Lee created Star Wars!
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COLLECTOR kaptainmyke private msg quote post Address this user
Boy that's been relished a few hundred months geez
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Collector MightyMutt private msg quote post Address this user
I think they are banking on the more resent event with his wife passing.I have been seeing his graph go up sharply since. Damn vultures
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COLLECTOR dielinfinite private msg quote post Address this user
Meh, it's certainly not what I would've gotten signed but considering Stan was instrumental in getting the original comic series at Marvel greenlit, albeit with some convincing, it's not wholly inappropriate.
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We should get George Lucas to sign ASM #1 for revenge, with Jar Jar Binks Sketch.
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We should get George Lucas to sign ASM #1 for revenge, with Jar Jar Binks Sketch.

Better idea, sign that Star Wars and sketch Jar Jar on top of the Stanp.
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COLLECTOR drchaos private msg quote post Address this user
For that kind of money you could get someone to draw a nice sketch on that blank cover instead of settling on just a signature.
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Collector Jeremy_K private msg quote post Address this user
Younger crowds think Steve Jobs knew about computers, in a generation they may believe Stan created Star Wars.
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COLLECTOR JLS_Comics private msg quote post Address this user
STAN WARS !!!!
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As long as people can make money on this, it will continue to be done. The only thing anyone can do is not participate, and professionally criticize the practice.

Have an iron stomach, though, because hardly anyone knows how to handle criticism, no matter how legitimate.
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I wish he'd stop signing shit he had nothing to do with. It's getting retarded how he'll sign his name on everything.
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Younger crowds think Steve Jobs knew about computers, in a generation they may believe Stan created Star Wars.

Wait, what? That is like saying Einstein didn't know anything about physics.
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May the force be with you true believers.

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Younger crowds think Steve Jobs knew about computers, in a generation they may believe Stan created Star Wars.


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I wish he'd stop signing shit he had nothing to do with. It's getting retarded how he'll sign his name on everything.


Dude if someone handed me $75 bucks (or however much he charges) and said 'sign this' I'm not gonna ask any questions lol.
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Dude if someone handed me $75 bucks (or however much he charges) and said 'sign this' I'm not gonna ask any questions lol.


I have some student loan debt consolidation documents I would like you to sign for $75, wait, I'll go $95.
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COLLECTOR DarthLego private msg quote post Address this user
To add insult to injury, they had this slabbed by...
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As long as people can make money on this, it will continue to be done. The only thing anyone can do is not participate, and professionally criticize the practice.

Have an iron stomach, though, because hardly anyone knows how to handle criticism, no matter how legitimate.


Can you please explain the difference between "professional" criticism and "amateur" criticism?

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To add insult to injury, they had this slabbed by...
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The entire cast avoids the title...classic Lee signs right across it...it's almost like he intentionally tries to ruin the eye appeal of things he signs...
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Collector Logan510 private msg quote post Address this user
The guy is 94 years old, live and let live. If you want to blame anyone, blame the people who want him to sign this stuff.
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COLLECTOR drchaos private msg quote post Address this user
The following video about Stan explains why he will sign anything:

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As long as people can make money on this, it will continue to be done. The only thing anyone can do is not participate, and professionally criticize the practice.

Have an iron stomach, though, because hardly anyone knows how to handle criticism, no matter how legitimate.


Can you please explain the difference between "professional" criticism and "amateur" criticism?

Thanks


You're reading it incorrectly.

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COLLECTOR DarthLego private msg quote post Address this user
Yeah, I don't blame Stan, I blame the Jackwagons who ask him to sign stuff he had nothing to do with just because they think they can ask and get more money for it. Stan had his hands legitimately in so many books and characters, there's no legit reason to venture outside of those books when looking for something for him to sign.
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I'm pretty sure their "logic" is that 'everybody gets Stan to sign Spidey or Hulk, or whatever. I'll get him to sign Star Wars and be different'.
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I'm pretty sure their "logic" is that 'everybody gets Stan to sign Spidey or Hulk, or whatever. I'll get him to sign Star Wars and be different'.

That's a good logic for a personal collection. That's terrible logical for a flipper.
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As long as people can make money on this, it will continue to be done. The only thing anyone can do is not participate, and professionally criticize the practice.

Have an iron stomach, though, because hardly anyone knows how to handle criticism, no matter how legitimate.


Can you please explain the difference between "professional" criticism and "amateur" criticism?

Thanks


You're reading it incorrectly.

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Thank you.

Can you please explain how I'm reading it incorrectly?
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I'm pretty sure their "logic" is that 'everybody gets Stan to sign Spidey or Hulk, or whatever. I'll get him to sign Star Wars and be different'.

That's a good logic for a personal collection. That's terrible logical for a flipper.

Yeah. That's part of the problem with the hobby. Too many flippers buying books not cuz they like em but cuz they think they can make a few bucks.
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