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Npc84
Npc84
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8/4/2017

Npc84
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I have an autographed copy of Fury Max #1, how much for that?
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Gilgandra
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8/5/2017

Gilgandra
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O.k. It's my turn to be the bad guy.
... Autographed comics are straight down the middle (50/50). Who knows what they are worth.
Personally i hate an autograph on the cover but an inside page not a problem.

I could not begin to assess a value of a book that's signed, Put an extra $20 to the average price on your book & it would be a fair price, Being a modern released comic book. If someone wants it then they'll pay for it.

I'm not trying to upset you but autographed comic books are a wobbly invest at best (unless it's from one of the big guns). Some serious collectors out there & equal haters Lol.

Hope that helped.
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Defiant1
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8/5/2017

Defiant1
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Autographs make a comic less desirable for me. I don't even like the signature series slabbed comics. If I was a signature collector, I would not pay extra for the comic it's on. Perhaps if the creator's signature was rare to find unto itself, I might consider the comic to be worth more.
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Gilgandra
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8/5/2017

Gilgandra
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Defiant1 wrote:
Autographs make a comic less desirable for me. I don't even like the signature series slabbed comics. If I was a signature collector, I would not pay extra for the comic it's on. Perhaps if the creator's signature was rare to find unto itself, I might consider the comic to be worth more.




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kds_comics
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8/8/2017

kds_comics
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Npc84 wrote:
I have an autographed copy of Fury Max #1, how much for that?


I like autographs on comics - makes them unique and personable to have creator sign their work. If Picasso signed one of his items, even if it is a print - values greatly increase.

Comics have more issues printed, so even though it is less unique, it is still cool. Just my opinion.

KDS
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kds_comics
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8/8/2017

kds_comics
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kds_comics wrote:
Npc84 wrote:
I have an autographed copy of Fury Max #1, how much for that?


I like autographs on comics - makes them unique and personable to have creator sign their work. If Picasso signed one of his items, even if it is a print - values greatly increase.

Comics have more issues printed, so even though it is less unique, it is still cool. Just my opinion.

KDS


Oh, you want value - probably only a couple of bucks for that one. Still - I like it.
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imatonkatoo
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9/17/2017

imatonkatoo
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Same here KDS. I quite like the personal touch. I really like the, what's it called when you have a blank cover and an artist draws on it? A sketch cover I suppose. Like you said, Picasso and all that. Though I loved it when I got my first Stan Lee sig but now can't be bothered with that and selling some of them. He's totally saturated the market with his sigs. Feels like he will sign anything. Can't blame him though if he's making money from it.
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