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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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Comic skin slab.

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found this while rummaging thru mom's attic.

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Found this package of screw base replacement lamps for a long
gone string of Christmas lights in the box of ornaments that goes
back many years.




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Underground pulp comic from 1975 called Skull Killer, after a character from the 30's. Signed by the author Brendan Faulkner on the back cover. I found it at the only comic vendor booth at a local video game convention for $25 a few years ago. I included a link to a write up of the interesting story of the book and character below.








http://www.thepulp.net/pulpsuperfan/2015/09/07/skull-killer-a-bizarre-pulp-hero/
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Bernie W. (RIP) signing one of my limited Frankenstein prints.


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Quote:
Originally Posted by drchaos



if this was a contest, you would win.
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1st attempt "inking" with my new Wacom Cintiq13 digital art tablet with a Clip Studio EX program, using one of my Superman's by Ron Frenze. This only scratches the surface of what I should be able to do with this thing. The paints and texture features are almost overwhelmingly vast.


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wow.
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Me in my dad's replica Darth Vader helm from 1977. Circa 1988. Yes those are moon boots and I'm wearing a christmas sweater that says "A bear hug from Ohio". IDK about anyone else but I think this is pretty cool LOL.


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1999...it was a good year!




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Here is a beautiful sunset near my house. This sight was used during the making of Real Steel starring Hugh Jackman in 2011.

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I was rummaging through an "old" box of my comics when these caught my eye.



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If you look really hard, you can see Stan Lee sleeping
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A picture I did last week


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LOTS OF COOLNESS, EVERYONE!!

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@DavidM I'm jealous! Punisher #102 is extremely hard to find with a clean white cover; that one looks fairly good, even with a little bit of yellowing at the edges. Most of the 102's I've seen have been deep into the yellow spectrum; so that's a beaut.
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