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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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just some random cool/funny stuff ...including a hulk 1 that I passed on back in 2015...kickin myself now. guessing you guys could find out what it went for with your tech savvy skills



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My other obsession.


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Medieval Spawn commission by artist Chris Stevens. He just sent me a pic of the finished product, I'm amazed. Definitely worth the price.


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Fast growing wall of OA.


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The time I had the pleasure of watching Coffy and then meeting (and hugging) the lovely, living legend, Pam Grier.





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From a group of snapshots taken at the 1972 ABC Promotional Party.
Karl Malden & Michael Douglas for "Streets Of San Francisco".




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Here's one of Shirley Jones for the "Partridge Family".




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Here's one of David Janssen for an ABC "Movie Of The Week".
He's talking to James Farentino from the same movie.




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Julie Andrews with husband Blake Edwards.




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Man of Steel variant action figure?


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...and an OA by Maus - "Zen"


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Large size comic from 1973:


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Anyone else have this one? Another large format comic. I ordered it directly from Ontario Press.


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My Batman wallet from 1966:


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My Batman wallet from 1966:




How cool is that and in fantastic shape too. That's the same image used on the Batman Aurora model kit from the 60's.

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My Batman wallet from 1966:




How cool is that and in fantastic shape too. That's the same image used on the Batman Aurora model kit from the 60's.



It's actually pretty beat up (especially inside), but I was 6 years old when I got it! I remember the Aurora models, but didn't realize that it was the same art. Thanks for pointing that out.
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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!




I was in the front row for the NYCC when Bill and his team were promoting the graphic novel. I got a print signed by Bill and others for asking a question and got to shake his hand when he gave me the print.

I asked a two part question. First I asked if his memorable lines from Aliens were ad-libbed or scripted. Second I asked when he got the script how he went about bringing the character of Hudson to life.

I think he answered the questions in the opposite order. Bill did not think he was going to get the part and was up for a role in Police Academy 3. The reason he was available to do Aliens instead when he did get the part was that they wanted him to sign on for both Police Academy 3 and 4 which slowed down negotiations so that he was available when Aliens came through.

All of the best Hudson lines from Aliens were ad-libbed by Bill Paxton. He recalled when they were shooting a scene, James Cameron asked him about the line regarding the elevator he had come up with in rehearsal. That line was "express elevator to hell, going down" which is one of many he introduced that ended up in the movie.
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Nice placement of the pricing card!!!
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