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I forgot I had my bill battle 3 in the cgc registry. I have cgc books registered as another record of books I have for insurance purposes on their sets registry site.




Received this certificate in the mail today.

Oh well since my single book set is the only one there I win 🤪

My book.




I just think it's a classic cold war cover.
Reason I picked it up years ago.
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Full box of unopened Topps Marvel Sticker packs from 1974


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Full box of unopened Topps Marvel Sticker packs from 1974




... and the bubble gum will be just as hard as it was the day it was packaged!!!
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@Jesse_O and @sborock - If I close my eyes and focus really hard, I can relive that wonderful smell of stale, rock-hard, cracked, powdered sugar-coated bubble gum. It was glorious!
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Full box of unopened Topps Marvel Sticker packs from 1974




WOW!! So many fond memories just came back. Thanks for sharing that!
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A pair of Chamber of Chills deluxe traycase editions from PS Artbooks. These were limited to 26 lettered copies which included autographed art prints signed by the artist and the author who wrote the foreword for each volume. Volume one is actually the publisher’s personal copy.








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Cutting Room Floor Animation Cels (or so I was told)





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Some pics from a convention here (Philippines) last week. Pics not mine by the way, just sharing them.










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Happening now: Philippine-based Marvel and DC artists signing...


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Trivia:

The Aero #3 Philippines Only Exclusive cover is a homage to an X-men cover from 1991 (if I got the year right).

And the same artist did it too -- Image comics co-founder Whilce Portacio -- who will be here in a couple of weeks for a convention.





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PS: A follow-up to my previous post, regarding the upcoming convention -- the organizers endorse CBCS, yeah!!



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A little Self-Promotion from DC.



OO (From ACTION COMICS #88)

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From DETECTIVE COMICS #165...last page is repeated inside the
back cover.



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An Australian calendar style comic book
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"Texas Toothpicks" with dinosaur bone handles. Not finished but my knife guy says soon...these were made from small slabs of bone about half the size of a dollar bill, and were cheap to grab because of the size.
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Just one of the worse ads ever!



OO (From JUSTICE TRAPS THE GUILTY #12)

Just discovered that this ad also appears in my copy
of CRIME EXPOSED #9...inside the front cover.

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Drizzt Do'Urden
Drizzt Do'Urden is a fictional character in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. Drizzt was created by author R. A. Salvatore as a supporting character in the Icewind Dale Trilogy.

Me, my nephew looking a bit green and some random vampire wanting to take a pic with us
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@Arak Drizzit was one of my favorite characters. Where is Guenhwyvar?
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Finished!
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Harvey Comics bound office volume. This one is from the art department and features all the Harvey romance comics published during the last third of 1957.












These are “girl comics”, even though, when you read the stories it seems pretty obvious they were written by men. Another interesting feature in these is the advertising, which is clearly aimed at young women and is a little different from the standard comic book advertising fare:







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@GanaSoth

I wish I could come up with something awesome here but the boring truth is that we switched from my Camaro to my sudo ha ( too much linux) PSEUDO-brother in- laws truck to have more room .. I left it in the center console
Thanks for the words always nice to meet a fellow fan
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@Darkseid_of_town OH so very kewl !!! Love Texas things
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Promotional page from GREEN HORNET #16, January 1944.
"...cooperating with Government orders and printing less copies!".



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Brother lives in new York. Sent these pix to me.

Brooklyn mall .. it is called "Industry City". It actually had mini factories and local stores with a food court.
On the way out... a statue of Captain America








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@Bronte I remember when they were talking about putting that statue up. The original design did not have the plaque that mentions Kirby and Simon. People got extremely upset, made a lot of noise (there may have been a petition) and that plaque was added to the statue.
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The plaque was definitely a good touch. People need to be reminded of the people who made him great. Although chris Evan's did a wonderful job, (in my opinion) he would be nothing without those people that made it possible.

Side note.

I have a buddy from Brooklyn, New York. When she watched the captain America film, and Steve Roger's said, I'm just a kid from Brooklyn, she stood up and yelled Yeah!!
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