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I also own hundreds of full size 11" x 17" 1st generation copies* of Mike Royer's work with Steve Rude (Captain America: What Price Glory #1-4 & Thor: Godstorm #1-3), Erik Larsen (Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comic Magazine #10 & The Savage Dragon #100) & Ron Frenz (Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comic Magazine #10 & Saga Six), plus copies of several of Mike's amazing Kirby recreations.

Around 2001 (coincidentally ), Mike started to make copies of the Pencils and inks for every page he worked on as a visual record of his career. He eventually came to the conclusion that he didn't need them anymore and intended to recycle them if I didn't want them. It was a no brainer to 'rescue' them LOL. Someday I may have each 'volume' bound.

Here's a pencil/ink copy of Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comic Magazine #10, page 21 by Larsen and Mike.







*This just means they were taken from the original art, not from scans, so there's nothing valuable about them beyond the sentimental & coolness factor. I think they're cool, anyway.
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They are cool. So are the storyboards posted above.
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Might be cool to take 1 or 2 of your favorites copies, make additional copies, and send them to different artists / colorists to have them finish them in their own style.
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To stay with all things cool in the Batman Universe....here is a collection of HW Batmobiles....


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Odd...and wierd at the same time....I just posted a slew of The Monkees LPs - their first four...Mono and Stereo - if you are interested.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/zosorocks/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=

All proceeds go to the help of paying off bills, after my wife's passing.

Thanks for reading my post.
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How about a huge Wolverine PEZ dispenser


I used to have the jumbo Spider-Man PEZ dispenser. When you tipped the head back to get a candy, it played the 60's Spider-Man cartoon theme song.


This one says "Wolverine don't jump through hoops for nobody".
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I forgot I had these. Found them in my dad's hobby room. I have a few more too.




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Storyboards by Ric Estrada for the 60s animated Sub Mariner episode: The Thing From Space
























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I purchased this new at B&N back in '97. With only 32,000 in one printing, this is a treasured piece of my comic room's sports corner.


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I forgot I had these. Found them in my dad's hobby room. I have a few more too.






I still have my copies of those too.

I remember picking this magazine off the newsstand when I got into the hobby.


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We all go a little BaTty, from time to time:


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P. S. MAGAZINE #1 from April, 1966.



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Is there anything more cool?
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For Evil Ernie fans - I found these while looking through some long boxes
Invitation to Chaos Halloween bash 1996 (the axe moves);


Evil Ernie fan club newsletter vol. 1 #2


Two ashcans


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Not Comic Book related, but Cheap Trick had a comic, so how's that?

A poster for the first concert I attended, 1979.


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I watched that the other night( Jesus Christ Superstar). Alice Cooper still has it. Overall is was pretty entertaining.
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Love the blazing guitars and top notch orchestra. Casting was spot on perfect. Vocals were all excellent for a live venue. Even loved the stripped down stage set, lighting, and final spooky sequence.
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Back to the subject:


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Mike Royer signing a stack of Kirby signed Bronze Age books for a patient fan after a panel at SDCC 2017.

Anyone we know?


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Not sure I'm buying what she is selling at this garage sale.
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I watched that the other night( Jesus Christ Superstar). Alice Cooper still has it. Overall is was pretty entertaining.


I watched it.....just for his appearance.....LOL

Damn that guy can still rock.

If you have never seen one of his shows.....you should. Rock Theater/Opera at its finest.

I have to admit.....Alice Cooper - October 31, 1986 - Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena.....well.....

That alone should tell you a tale in itself.

With my two younger brothers, on leave from the US Navy...and a Big Gulp in hand (actually Boone's Farm Strawberry Hill) I passed through the doors to arrive on the General Admission floor.....to rock with Alice.

Top five concert!

Cheers.

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/alice-cooper/1986/joe-louis-arena-detroit-mi-23c598c3.html
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