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Can't wait for the comic book "Negan versus Harley", "Battle of the Baseball Bats" comes out.
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Can't wait for the comic book "Negan versus Harley", "Battle of the Baseball Bats" comes out.

You may have just inspired my next piece there condition!
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From my daughter’s trip to Japan.



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@esaravo those are awesome!
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@esaravo Very cool
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While in the Shipyard at Philadelphia a group of us inquired with
WARNER BROS. as to the possibilities of having a picture of the
ROADRUNNER painted on the stack of our ship...they didn't say yes
or no, but provided us with some pictures. Being very young we
never thought about checking with the Captain...needless to say it
never happened.
Just ran across the letter we received.




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My dad was a consultant on a movie starring Cuba Gooding Jr. He received a check from Disney. I wanted to ask him for the cancelled check, but they probably scanned it and kept it after he deposited it. He didn't really do anything. He was just there to make sure they didn't damage any company property in the filming of the movie.
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For a nostalgia fueled show set in the 80's, this box set design is pure genius.

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Originally Posted by martymann
While in the Shipyard at Philadelphia a group of us inquired with
WARNER BROS. as to the possibilities of having a picture of the
ROADRUNNER painted on the stack of our ship...they didn't say yes
or no, but provided us with some pictures. Being very young we
never thought about checking with the Captain...needless to say it
never happened.
Just ran across the letter we received.
Marty, that is just about one of the best pieces I have EVER seen! Wow, where you been hiding that all this time? LOL if you ever part with this one.....




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Marty, that is one of the best pieces I have EVER seen! Wow, where you been hiding this all this time? LOL if you ever part with this one.....
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Originally Posted by Sagii
Quote:
Originally Posted by martymann
While in the Shipyard at Philadelphia a group of us inquired with
WARNER BROS. as to the possibilities of having a picture of the
ROADRUNNER painted on the stack of our ship...they didn't say yes
or no, but provided us with some pictures. Being very young we
never thought about checking with the Captain...needless to say it
never happened.
Just ran across the letter we received.
Marty, that is just about one of the best pieces I have EVER seen! Wow, where you been hiding that all this time? LOL if you ever part with this one.....




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Marty, that is one of the best pieces I have EVER seen! Wow, where you been hiding this all this time? LOL if you ever part with this one.....


When the time comes it's yours...

Marty
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Picked this up in the late 1940's at the PLANTER'S PEANUT STORE
on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City.




(Back Cover)




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Marty, I would have loved to hang out with you back in the day. You paid attention to stuff most did not take notice of.

But in the 40's, my parents were toddlers. So.......
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I'm sure a lot you guys had these, but I LOVED these Gen One books when they came out originally from Dreamwave. How about you?

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Orrrrr..... Tony Moore from 2005? I know there's plenty of Tony around, but I liked this one he did for me. I was a big Walking Dead and Invincible fan at the time.
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First trip to a comic store!

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@gman That JSC Gwen Stacy statue is pretty tough to come by now. If you ever decide to sell it, I'd appreciate a shot at it.
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thanks slim....it is a killer piece.
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I'm sure a lot you guys had these, but I LOVED these Gen One books when they came out originally from Dreamwave. How about you?



absolutly! I am still a huge fan of the Dreamwave Gen 1 comics My first graded book was this one

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This instruction manual came with my Cardboard Aviator's Training
Cockpit.





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Sorry, I no longer have my LAWRENCE SECRET CODE MAKER but this
instruction book from 1945 is very interesting.




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Just found this in a photo album at my mom's

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Strange Mysteries #11 (1953)My favorite pre code Horror cover. More goofy than scary, but the purple and grey tones work well together. The feature stories on the tomb stone are a nice touch, and HOW does he get reception from there?!?!? (I own three copies)

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Postcard promoting the September 2002 SOTHEBYS Comic Book
Auction.
Front: "SUPERMAN No. 1, 1939 comic book, a Very Good Plus
Restored copy with near white exceptional paper.
Estimate $10,000 to $14,000."




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This one makes me a sad, but it is "something cool"... I worked with Bill Paxton and the creative team on this book to get it edited, lettered, pre-pressed, and released a few years ago. I only managed to get a couple of copies the year he appeared at SDCC at our booth, so I have one copy signed by Bill... My wife and I still have a voice mail saved on our machine from when he used to call our house regularly to work through some of the issues on the lettering, dialogue, and such. Still can't believe he's gone!


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va va voom
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This promotional booklet was given away in 1945 by the THOM
MCANN Shoe Company which was a major advertiser during the
Golden Age.
It's kind of funny that the name of the author of this book
was GARRY SCHUMACHER.




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