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SuperSoldier124
Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2013 2:47:12 PM

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I scored these TMNT variants at mile high comics in Lakewood CO on monday for cover price! I was pretty happy to find these so easily. especially for a store known to ask an arm and a leg for some books.


and then i got this one for 6 bucks off the wall.


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Shadowdodger
Posted: Monday, February 25, 2013 4:21:59 PM

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From a seller on that "other" site:

Cyberforce (2012) #3-C (Marc Silvestri 1:50 "Ripclaw" Cover)
Cyberforce (2012) #3-D (Stjepan Sejic 1:100 Cover)

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Reggie
Posted: Monday, February 25, 2013 8:14:41 PM

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Finally grabbed Hellboy Library Edition Vol 1. for half cover price. I had it on my Amazon wishlist for a long time, then went to finally buy it and found out it was sold out/out of print. Didn't think I'd ever hunt one down for a reasonable price.


junkmonkey
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7:36:01 AM

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First back issue in a while, Amazing Spider-Man #500



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Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 10:30:53 AM

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I bought two copies of Batman Incorporated #8 yesterday on ebay for about 7 bucks a piece shipped. I did not have this book on my pull list, and the hype about it was kind of overwhelming, so I started looking around. There were copies of this going for over $20 already out there. I looked at "Buy It Now" listings and found a guy that had 2 out of 10 left at 4.95 a piece. I went ahead and grabbed em...
Kingsman
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7:57:48 PM

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Swung through some local comic book shops in northern Ohio and purchased these titles.

Astonishing X-Men #2 & #3 (2004, NM) $1.00 each
The Creep #1 (NM) $1.00
Flash #5 (2010, 1:10 variant, NM) $1.00
Green Lantern #57 (2005, 1:10 variant, NM) $1.00
Invincible #52 (B&W reatiler variant, NM) $5.00
Mind MGMT #2-#4 (VF+) $1.00 each
Ragman #1 (1976, VF) $1.00
Thief of Thieves #7-#9 (NM) $1.00 each


. . . and my personal favorites from this round of stops. I wasn't certain if I should have laughed, cried or crap my pants:

Revival #1 (NM) $1.00



Sixth Gun #1 (Free Comic Book Day edition, NM) $1.00

BurningDoom
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 11:05:59 PM

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SuperSoldier124 wrote:
I scored these TMNT variants at mile high comics in Lakewood CO on monday for cover price! I was pretty happy to find these so easily. especially for a store known to ask an arm and a leg for some books.


and then i got this one for 6 bucks off the wall.


After reading last year's Free Comic Book Day reprint of the first issue of this series, I've been really tempted to start ordering it. It was REALLY well done. And I haven't been a TMNT fan since I thought girls had cooties.

My problem, though, is that I already spend too much on DC and Marvel purchases alone. I feel guilty spending more on comics.

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SuperSoldier124
Posted: Thursday, February 28, 2013 12:29:17 AM

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BurningDoom wrote:
SuperSoldier124 wrote:
I scored these TMNT variants at mile high comics in Lakewood CO on monday for cover price! I was pretty happy to find these so easily. especially for a store known to ask an arm and a leg for some books.


and then i got this one for 6 bucks off the wall.


After reading last year's Free Comic Book Day reprint of the first issue of this series, I've been really tempted to start ordering it. It was REALLY well done. And I haven't been a TMNT fan since I thought girls had cooties.

My problem, though, is that I already spend too much on DC and Marvel purchases alone. I feel guilty spending more on comics.

its extremely well done. i got into turtle books in 07 with tales of the TMNT and this so far is the best turtle book since the first run. it has a new twist on their origin and their relationship with splinter... if you feel guilty drop whatever crap your getting from marvel or DC and get it. its that good IMO... you'll need to get the trades though... single issues of the first few are a little expensive.

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SuperSoldier124
Posted: Thursday, February 28, 2013 10:05:42 PM

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so i found a sweet find (for me at least) at my LCS besides my pull lis (superior spider-man, and batman Inc.)
i snagged
TMNT #8 & #19 kevin eastman cover

TMNT classics 1-4 (nothing special)




but i found TMNT #35

then i found the goodies!
TMNT (image) 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, & 21






granted no sweet silver or bronze age keys but those TMNT books from image are hard to find

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Kingsman
Posted: Saturday, March 02, 2013 9:00:55 PM

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Location: Columbus, Ohio
I returned to some local comic book shops in northern Ohio and purchased these titles.

Action Comics #521 (1938, First Vixen, NM) $1.00
Amazing Spider-man #432 (1963, "Wanted Poster" variant, NM) $3.00
Amazing Spider-man #698 & #699 (1963, NM) $3.99 each
Anthro #2 (VF-) $1.00
Aquaman #4 (2011, NM) $2.99
Avengers Assemble #11 & #12 (2012, 1:50 variants, NM) $3.99 each
Daredevil #21 (2011, First Avenging Spider-man, NM) $2.99
Detective Comics #499, #506, #507, #508, #511, #512, #514, #534, #544, #552 & #584 (1937, VF+) $1.00 each
Doctor Strange #3 (1974, VF) $4.00
Fatale #2 (NM) $3.50
Green Lantern Corps #15-#17 (2011, 1:25 variants, NM) $2.99 each
Green Lantern New Guardians ##17 (2011, 1:25 variant, NM) $2.99
Incredible Hulk #254 (1968, First U-Foes, VF) $1.00
Marvel Premiere #61 (1972, Final issue, VF) $1.00
Marvel Spotlight #6 & #7 (1979, Final issue, VF) $1.00 each
Marvel Team-Up #44 & #86 (1972, VF) $1.00 each
Marvel Team-Up #95 (1972, First Mockingbird, VF+) $1.00
Marvel Two-In-One #61-#63, #69 (1974, VF) $1.00 each
Mighty Mutanimals #6 & #7 (1992, VF+) $1.00 each
Negative Burn #7 (2006, First Proof, NM) $3.50
Spidey Super Stories #18 (VF) $1.00
Star Wars #1 (2013, NM) $2.99
Stumptown #1 (2009, NM) $3.50
Superman #16 (2011, 1:25 variant, NM) $2.99
Thor #347 (1967, First Algrim the Strong, VF+) $1.00
Thor: God of Thunder #1 (2013, 1:50 variant, VF) $3.99
Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth #2 (NM) $2.99
Walking Dead #103 (2003, Chris Giarrusso cover, NM) $2.99
Wonder Woman #241 & #267 (1967, VF+) $1.00 each
Wonder Woman #17 (2011, 1:25 variant, NM) $2.99


. . . and my personal favorites from this round of stops:

Avengers #1 (2013, Dustin Weaver Party Variant, NM) $20.00



Harbinger #1 (1992, NM) $5.00



Prez #1 (VF+) $2.00

SuperSoldier124
Posted: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:27:22 PM

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yay snaged some more turtle books!
micro series tmnt Donnie and mikey (michelangelo issue is pretty hard to find around here)


could have gotten donetello on CCL but might as well knock it outta the way when i can.
then TMNT #3 global conquest variant for 4.25


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4saken1
Posted: Sunday, March 03, 2013 2:32:17 PM

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Um, WOW!

Just found Grimm Fairy Tales #1-10 (1st prints), sans #2,5, and 9 - bagged and boarded in really nice shape at a convention for $1/each!!! Also got Thor #344 (again, nice copy) for $0.50.

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Thundercron
Posted: Sunday, March 03, 2013 4:58:35 PM

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How much those go for nowadays?
4saken1
Posted: Sunday, March 03, 2013 5:17:15 PM

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I saw a #1 sold on e-Bay for $80, #3 - $61, #4 - $38, #6 - $20, #7 - $25, #8 - $20, #10 - $18. Thor #344 has gone for as high as $20.80.

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Free Shipping

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Kingsman
Posted: Sunday, March 03, 2013 5:31:45 PM

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Location: Columbus, Ohio
I L-O-V-E local comic book shows. A great way to catch-up on current titles at an affordable price. Don't get me wrong, some awesome sellers on CCL too!

I purchased a total of 110 comic books for $90. Here are some of my more notable finds:

Action Comics #15 (2011, Fiona Staples variant, NM) 50-cents
Alpha Flight #17 (1997, First Big Hero Six, NM) 25-cents
Amazing Spider-man #345, #361, #607 & #611 (1963, NM) $1.00 each
Batman #365, #372, #490 & #497 (1940, VF-NM) $1.00 each
Batman: The Dark Knight #1 (2011, NM) $1.00
Carnage: It's A Wonderful Life #1 (NM) $2.00
Carnage: Mind Bomb #1 (NM) $2.00
Demon #43 (1990, VF) 25-cents
Flash #92 (1987, First Impulse, NM) $1.00
Foofur #1 (VF) $1.00
God of War #2 (NM) $1.00
Green Lantern #81 (1990, NM) $1.00
Hawkeye #3 (2012, NM) $1.00
Hitman #60 (Final issue, VF+) $1.00
Hugga Bunch #1 (NM) $1.00
Incredible Hulk #254 (VF+) $1.00 each
Infinity Guantlet #1-#6 (VF) $1.00
Invincible #19 (NM) $2.00
Legion of Super-heroes #37 (1984, VF+) $1.00
Madballs #1 & #10 (VF+) $1.00 each
Master of Kung Fu #125 (1973, Final issue, VF+) 25-cents
Nova #11 (1976, VF) 25-cents
Sixth Gun #6 (NM) $2.00
Spider-man #0.5 (NM) $1.00
Silver Surfer #1 (1982, VF+) $1.00
Teen Titans #1 & #2 (2003, NM) $1.00 each
Thunderstrike #24 (1993, Final issue, NM) $1.00
Transmetropolitan #2 & #3 (NM) $1.00 each
Ultimate Spider-man #0.5 (2000, Wizard World variant) 25-cents
Uncanny X-Men #173 & #200 (1981, VF+) 50-cents each
Uncanny X-Men #320 (1981, Wizard gold variant, NM) 25-cents
Unwritten #1 (NM) 50-cents
Venom #1 (2011, Second print, VF) $1.00
What If #49-#51 (VF+) $1.00 each
World's Finest #323 (1941, Final issue, VF) 25-cents
Wonder Woman #298 (1967, VF) $1.00
Zatanna: Everyday Magic #1 (NM) $1.00


. . . and my personal favorites from this show:

Amazing Spider-man #29 (1990, Polybagged with Marvel Online CD, NM) $3.00



DC Comics Presents #47 (1978, First He-Man & Skeletor in comics, VF) $1.00



Marvel Team-Up #53 (1972, VF+) $3.00

comicfan17blue
Posted: Sunday, March 03, 2013 9:38:27 PM
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Kingsman wrote:

Invincible #19 (NM) $2.00


There is an early version of Nowhere Men in that issue. Note that preview has nothing to do with the current series though.
Thundercron
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 12:43:21 AM

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comicfan17blue wrote:
Kingsman wrote:

Invincible #19 (NM) $2.00


There is an early version of Nowhere Men in that issue. Note that preview has nothing to do with the current series though.


Whoa...like a modern day Prototype issue!
define999
Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 2:45:20 PM

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My newest buys in the last 2 months guys.... all foreign maddness! Hypnotized
















This is an upgrade strucuraly to my other FHSW#1 but it has some staining on the spine which bothers me….



























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junkmonkey
Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 5:47:18 PM

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Picked up Swamp Thing(New 52) #8, completing my run. I was interested in Rot World, but now that that's over and Scott Snyder is off the book, I think that'll be enough Swamp Thing for a while. Also got part 1 of the Spidey story where Ben is revealed to be the clone and dies.





Kingsman
Posted: Friday, March 15, 2013 8:37:49 PM

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I dropped into one of our local comic book stores and found these bargains:

Avengers Assemble #1, #2, #5 & #8 (2012, NM) $1.00 each
Birds of Prey #1 (2011, NM) $1.00
Fatale #3 & #7 (NM) $1.00 each
Secret Avengers #28 (2010, 1:25 variant, NM) $1.00
Transformers #20, #23, #27 & #28 (2009, 1:10 variants, NM) $1.00 each
Transformers Escalation #3, #4, #5 & #6 (1:10 variants, NM) $1.00 each
Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #6 (2012, 1:10 variant, NM) $1.00
Transformers Spotlight #7, #10 & #15 (1:10 variants, NM) $1.00 each
Transformers Timelines #6 (Cover B, NM) $1.00
Witchblade/Red Sonja #1 (1:10 variant, NM) $1.00
X-Men Schism #2 (NM) $1.00
Zorro #1 (2008, 1:10 variant, NM) $1.00


. . . and my personal favorite from this stop:

Super Crooks #1 (1:25 variant, NM) $1.00

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