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Some freebies that came with an original art purchase from Ivan Brunetti.
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Cleaning out my Photobucket storage I came across these obscure images taken of your's truly. No, I'm not quite reduced to posting selfies ...this is all on my spousal unit..., but this is what happens when FANDOM runs amok...

BEER & ALE fandom...




Catman set loose in Barcelona...




MANNUP Collectibles (whoever heard of a dealer with a freakin' slide show presentation)...




There's more, but I'd have to imbibe a lot more beer before postin'em. Hmmm, maybe it's time to go back to the fridge for another brew.
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Classic KING OF THE WILD lobby card (1931). In the cast is Boris Karloff as Sheik Mustapha...



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Lobbying for serial lobby cards is a lonely pursuit. Alas, I'm a glutton for punishment! One of the greatest mid-40's serials was MANHUNT of MYSTERY ISLAND with the charming Linda Sterling trying to thwart Roy Bancroft's plans for world conquest as the evil ray-transformed pirate Captain Mephisto. It's a totally ridiculous plot, but lots of fun...



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Found this in one of my Photobucket files. Cool booth display at SDCC from around seven years ago. The eight foot Disney licensed Nautilus replica and other actual film props designed by this group...




Shortly after the con I purchased one of the ltd. ed. four foot versions of this beauty.
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Looking through my old Photobucket files I came across another photo from 6 or 7 years ago, probably at NYCC. Not sure which dealer had this on display, but it was probably Metropolis. The presentation for this high grade Cap #1 is first class all the way!



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