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to catman thank you it was a blast
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TMNT 1 CGC 8.5
Local shop just got this bad boy in. I'm sure it's too rich for my blood, but I'll spread the word in case any of you guys want a shot at it.
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This is very cool to me.


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Picked up a few packages of these movie poster cards awhile back.







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A real scarey movie poster mock-up from the Morganville production...



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shared this on another post, had this for 30 plus years and didn't know it was signed by Joe Shuster, I was so stoked when saw it
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This is a silver foil produced by the New Zealand Mint in a special CGC holder made just for this.


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Circa 2014, Ritz hotel, Madrid, facing the Museo del Prado (Goya Gate, north fa├žade of the museum)...




Note: The Prado is definitely cooler than the spectacle of your's truly giving another thumbs up.
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Here is a hard cover Sad Sack book that I recently bought at an antique store. It is the first collection of Sad Sack material used from the paper called "Yank, the Army weekly". It was first introduced in the paper in 1942. Then collected in the hard cover in 1944. In 1949 Harvey Comics bought the rights to it and modified it for comic book form. Harvey ran in comic book form from 1949 to 1982.I am pretty pleased with this $7. find. Read the interior page qvout paper conservation. I also like it states that it was manufactured in the USA.



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Finished this today:


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I'm taking a course in backflow prevention system testing and saw this on display at the water authority office. It's a piece of an old wooden water main that has since been upgraded. I don't this would meet code today.






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I thought this was neat when I got it in 2008

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I saw that this model was doing a small show and I drove to see her in person because her photo's had an uncanny resemblance to a girl I used to date. In person, she did not look quite the same as the girl I knew. Meeting her resolved my curiosity that two people might or could look so much alike.




I picked up a few other things that day...









I was pleased that I ventured out.
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I met Richard Hatch at Dragon Con one year.



He signed this comic for me also.



I don't really collect autographs. It was just a novelty reminder that I'd met him.
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Dining at Jorg's Cafe Vienna in Plano, TX. This gentleman, whom I assume everyone will recognize, worked with us on the Morganville film project in 2014. About a year and a half ago he came to the Metroplex to visit my wife & I for the weekend while another film project he was working on in Louisiana was on hiatus...



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Not mine, but how cool is this lego Wayne Manor/Batman cave??!!!






Here's what the owner says about it: "It dissembles in to about 20 large modular chunks that all fit in my Rav 4. Takes about 7 hours to put back together properly though including wiring the lights back up and setting up all the minifigs plus about 100 bats."

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found an old pic of me from the early 70's sporting my superman shirt and some kind of batman canister. Not really cool to anyone but me..but oh well...but I already had a bunch of comics to start my life long obsession...no idea who's passed out behind me
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10/06/77

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Collector CatmanAmerica private msg quote post Address this user
I wonder if the Starhawks were descendants of Basil Wolverton's Spacehawk?

https://goo.gl/images/MCZ8dq

Unframed artists proof...



Framed original (will take better image and edit it in later)...


Commissioned from Ryan Heshka (after Basil Wolverton)
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AMAZING SPIDER-MAN newspaper strip from October 4, 1977...41 years ago.



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