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quinnspuddinjoker
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8/26/2018

quinnspuddinjoker
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Looks like you are on a roll buying up slabs! Great grades, like the marvel comic special #2, great cover.
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Gilgandra
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10/17/2018

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Some new additions, Enjoy!

House of Mystery #174, F. May-June 1968.



House of Mystery #217, -F. September 1973.




House of Mystery #178, F. January-February 1969.



Fist of the North Star #1, VF. 1989. First English adaption & of the title.




The Muppet's take Manhattan #1, NM. November 1984. First "Star Comics" issue.
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Ronbatman
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10/17/2018

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I would like all of those House of Mystery books. Those are so difficult to find in great condition.
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stevegreer1
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10/17/2018

stevegreer1
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Gilgandra wrote:


Ghost Rider #15, Vol.3. July 1991. One of my favorite covers.





Love this cover as well! I picked up a copy off the newsstand when it first came out. The glow-in-the-dark flames on the cover was what captured my eye. I had the bright idea of trying to use it to scare my older brother one night while he was sleeping. It didn't work, but he did use it as an excuse to beat me up. Lol. Fun times.
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Gilgandra
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10/18/2018

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Ronbatman wrote:
I would like all of those House of Mystery books. Those are so difficult to find in great condition.




Thanks Ron.
Yes they are good & hard to find in that condition... Happy i am wink
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Gilgandra
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10/18/2018

Gilgandra
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stevegreer1 wrote:
Gilgandra wrote:


Ghost Rider #15, Vol.3. July 1991. One of my favorite covers.







Love this cover as well! I picked up a copy off the newsstand when it first came out. The glow-in-the-dark flames on the cover was what captured my eye. I had the bright idea of trying to use it to scare my older brother one night while he was sleeping. It didn't work, but he did use it as an excuse to beat me up. Lol. Fun times.





Lol. Yep! i tried that my brother too but it wasn't that scary. I didn't get beat up though.
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Gilgandra
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10/18/2018

Gilgandra
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And some more, Enjoy!

Marvel Age #1, G+. April 1983. Nice book to own, Very thin & Mickey Mouse appears within, Hmm.



Pathways to Fantasy #1 (ONE-SHOT) -VF, July 1984. Multiple stories & some stunning Cool artwork by John Bolton.



I missed the entire Spider-verse thing... But i have this now smile



Glory/Angela in Hell #1, VF+. April 1996. (Flip-Book) 1st App: Darkchylde. This is my second copy.




Arkham Asylum. A Serious House on a Serious Earth. NM (1st print SC). 1989.



Warner Books edition, NM. April 1990.
I like this cover, I also have the British HC edition. I still don't own the original HC though Lol.
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Gilgandra
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10/20/2019

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Hey guys, Been awhile. Here are some new additions to my collection. Enjoy! ...More posts to come.

A Marvel Movie Special #1: The Island of Dr. Moreau, -VF. October 1977.


The Smurfs #1, VF+. December 1982.


The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1, NM. December 1990. Still wrapped in it's tuff plastic Polly-Bag.


The Official Marvel Index to the X-Men #1, NM. May 1987. Card-Stock Cover.


Marvel Holiday Special #1, F+. December 1991.

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Gilgandra
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10/20/2019

Gilgandra
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Monster Madness #2, January 1973. This is supposed to be the first meeting off Godzilla & King Kong in Comics.



Eightball #11, -NM. June 1993. 1st Appearance of Enid Coleslaw & Rebecca Doppelmeyer (Ghost World).
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Gilgandra
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10/20/2019

Gilgandra
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Finally got some awesome 2000A.D. books. These are not as easy to find as you think, most are in crap condition as they are printed on paper that is like tissue paper.
Some are in good condition where others are very fine.
I still think 2000A.D books have the best stories in comics period, Such a wide range from the dark indeed to futuristic. Time travel, Mad characters & Crazy Mutants. The list goes on & on, Oh! & of course the coolest Robots & Covers.
I'll post a few more later for you to... Enjoy!







2000A.D. #10,
April 1977. First Robot War & 1st Appearance of Walter (servant robot). Early Appearance of Judge Dredd on a Cover.



2000A.D. #119, June 1979. 1st Appearance of A.B.C. Robots (Atomic, Bacterial & Chemical)


2000A.D. #149, January 1980. 1st Appearance of Judge Death.


2000A.D. #150, February 1980. 1st Appearance of Judge Anderson. 2nd Judge Death.



2000A.D. #505, January 1987. 1st Appearance of Durham Red (Mutant Vampire).


2000A.D. #224, August 1981. 1st Appearance of the Dark Judges (Judge Fire, Judge Mortis & Judge Fear) with Judge Death.
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Biddle7819
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10/20/2019

Biddle7819
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Gilgandra - I have hundreds of 2000AD for sale, get in touch if you are interested.

Cheers

Joe
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quinnspuddinjoker
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1/3/2020

quinnspuddinjoker
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Gilgandra, I hope you, your family and friends are all safe without any loss in property or life. Been thinking of you and hope the fires stop soon.
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Gilgandra
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1/4/2020

Gilgandra
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quinnspuddinjoker wrote:
Gilgandra, I hope you, your family and friends are all safe without any loss in property or life. Been thinking of you and hope the fires stop soon.



Hey HR, Hows things going mate.
All o.k. where i am no thread anywhere near by although it is bad in areas. Eucalyptus trees & scrub is highly flammable, Will go up easily. Has happened before & will happen again.
People shouldn't be living out there at all (that's my opinion). The Media likes to point fingers & get in the way, They should let the Government & Professionals just do there job.
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quinnspuddinjoker
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1/4/2020

quinnspuddinjoker
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Good you are not effected and you are well. What I’ve seen on tv looks terrible. Plenty of land in the world were humans shouldn’t live I agree.
All is good with me.
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