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My newest CBCS box from Trinity Comics, CBCS4686

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Here's some of my newest books I received today from CBCS via Matt through @TrinityComics. For those who do not understand witnessed books or using a convention facilitator service, I highly recommend Matt for his excellent management skills and great work ethics. This is a great facilitator you can trust with your books getting witnessed or graded through CBCS.

Here's the books! I am a Rick and Morty junkie, a J Scott Campbell fan, Amazing Spider-man fan, and a huge TMNT fan. So here are some books that reflect that:


Batman #563 signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.4. The only Joker cover done by JSC. 1st of only 2 Batman covers he ever has done. (this one and DKIII: Master Race)


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Amazing Spider-man #15 B&W J Scott Campbell store exclusive - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.8


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Amazing Spider-man #607 J Scott Campbell variant - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.4


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Amazing Spider-man #606 J Scott Campbell Black Cat variant - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.6



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Amazing Spider-man Vol 2 #35 J Scott Campbell variant - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.4


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Amazing Spider-man #601 J Scott Campbell Mary Jane classic variant - Newsstand Edition signed in gold by J Scott Campbell CBCS 6.5. Lame.





and why didn't cbcs notate "NEWSSTAND EDITION" on books after 1999?!?!?!?!?!
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Amazing Spider-man Vol 2 #52 J Scott Campbell Mary Jane cover variant - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.2.






again, CBCS didn't recognize this as a NEWSSTAND EDITION because it's 2003. Lame. That's less than 5% off the distribution population!
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Journey into Mystery #109 signed by Stan Lee right on the crotch CBCS 4.0.


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Vampirella #0 Retailer Incentive J Scott Campbell variant - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.2. Lame.




this is the one i bought from a board member who mailed it straight to Trinity for me. poka? i think?
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2016 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #8 IDW Games Exclusive Variant Cover - signed and sketched by Kevin Eastman CBCS 9.8.


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1988 Archie Comics Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #1 - signed and sketched by Kevin Eastman CBCS 9.4. 1st appearances of Bebop, Rocksteady, and General Krang.


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 Fifth Printing - signed and sketched by Kevin Eastman CBCS 9.2.


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #7 Second Printing Utrom Variant Cover - signed and sketched by Kevin Eastman CBCS 8.0. With a checkmark.


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Red Sonja #0 Retailer Incentive J Scott Campbell Variant Cover - signed by J Scott Campbell. CBCS 9.8.


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Killer books @kaptainmyke straight 🔥🔥🔥🔥
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Thanks. I'm loving the super heavy duty mylar bags they all came in, too. Heat seals all the way up the right side across the logo. Good work.

I'm a little disappointed in the grades though. I am not sure they were pressed but Matt said they were.
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oh, and I'll leave this one right here at the end...........


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Steve even called me over the phone on this one. I said go for it. Once stan signed the crotch it's a point of no return for me, imo
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Thanks. I'm loving the super heavy duty mylar bags they all came in, too. Heat seals all the way up the right side across the logo. Good work.

I'm a little disappointed in the grades though. I am not sure they were pressed but Matt said they were.

Those Mylars do look great, more excited about getting my latest submission back now....yeah I'd say the Asm 601 & the Thor 166 were a kick in nuts for ya....still great books though
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That Thor 166 is unfortunate. Thankfully it's not 165. But nice books overall dude. Must've been fun to open the box.
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Actually I have a number 165 that’s being signed
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Journey into Mystery #109 signed by Stan Lee right on the crotch CBCS 4.0.






Nice one. Stan Lee is the master of placement.
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Vampirella #0 Retailer Incentive J Scott Campbell variant - signed by J Scott Campbell CBCS 9.2. Lame.




this is the one i bought from a board member who mailed it straight to Trinity for me. poka? i think?


Nope - not me
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Just a question for folks - I honestly don't understand the concern over lack of recognition of an aspect of a comic that is factual and evident/obvious, but not stated on the label. For example: 1st appearances, newsstand, writer, artist. In all honesty, I'd exchange all the superfluous information on cgc/cbcs labels for written info related to the defects. We hire cgc/cbcs to grade our comics and I guess I'm alone in the belief that the label info should contain info pertinent to the grade and grade notes; not 1st app of.... or newsstand, or written by John doe, etc..
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Steve even called me over the phone on this one. I said go for it. Once stan signed the crotch it's a point of no return for me, imo[/quote

.5, what's the story on it?
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Journey into Mystery #109 signed by Stan Lee right on the crotch CBCS 4.0.






Nice one. Stan Lee is the master of placement.


Classic Lee sig. Terrible. @kaptainmyke are't you the expert on creating Windows for sigs (you have a tutorial if I remember)? What happened here?
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Just a question for folks - I honestly don't understand the concern over lack of recognition of an aspect of a comic that is factual and evident/obvious, but not stated on the label. For example: 1st appearances, newsstand, writer, artist. In all honesty, I'd exchange all the superfluous information on cgc/cbcs labels for written info related to the defects. We hire cgc/cbcs to grade our comics and I guess I'm alone in the belief that the label info should contain info pertinent to the grade and grade notes; not 1st app of.... or newsstand, or written by John doe, etc..

I'd much rather have the info about the book than graders notes....it's easy enough to go online & check the graders notes. I care more about what is actually involved with the book Writer, artist, significance. Imo graders notes on the book takes away
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Matt and Trinity are the BEST!!!! I almost want to say they are awful so I don’t have to share how awesome the service is. I was unbelievably lucky to get Len Weins sig on my grail HOS 92 because Trinity held my book safely for months until Wein showed up at SDCC.
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Also ...I may or may not have considered changing my name to Pickle Nick hahahaha
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Classic Lee sig. Terrible. @kaptainmyke are't you the expert on creating Windows for sigs (you have a tutorial if I remember)? What happened here?


Stan's window was across the thor logo. It literally said "STAN LEE" over both peices of blue tape. The writer/artists had a larger window down below. There you go.
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