The Comic Speculator: G.I. Joe
Online fan sites have leaked pictures of stunt-man and martial-artist Ray Parks in full Snake Eyes garb while filming the G.I. Joe movie. The film won’t be released until August 2009, so images of the black-clad, sword-bearing ninja supreme sent nerds everywhere into a fit.
1954 Cheerios Confederate Money Examples Album
During the early 1950s, the Civil War theme became very trendy in America, largely with pre-teens and early teens. Consequently, Cheerios offered this Confederate money album, which could be acquired through the mail for very little and probably some cereal boxtops. I acquired this album in 1968 from its original owner, and it was already […]
This Week in Geek 4/9
Happy new comics day, Y’all! It’s Wednesday and once
again, guess who got called into work. That’s right,
ME! Uggh! So here I am sitting in my own filth after
racing from work to the comic shop and then home as
fast as possible just to tell you guys what comics you
can’t live without this week.
It was yet another big week for new comics with the
The Comic Speculator: Skrulls!
Last Wednesday the Skrull Invasion of the Marvel Universe kicked off in the pages of “Secret Invasion” #1 where we found that many of the Marvel characters we love may not be who we think they are.
In other words…how long have these heroes been Skrulls?
Gil Antiguedades is a unique antique shop specializing in vintage clothing, textiles, and old-fashioned design and home accessories. A standout among other such shops in the main antiques district of Buenos Aires, Gil has been supplying loyal locals and interested foreigners with the finest vintage items from the 17th to the 20th centuries for nearly 40 years.
Hello fellow collectors
I would like to talk with anyone that has rare and unusual antiques. I’ve learned a lot over the years and know how to find answers to a lot of questions. I know a little about some antiques that I’ve learned over the years. I learned a lot from family members and most from my past Grand parents. I have many early 19th century items and hope to post them as soon as I get a decent camera.
Salt and pepper
I’ve been wondering what my salt and pepper shakers are worth. My mom picked them up for me at a thrift shop for $5, but every pair of shakers that I looked up that were similar were worth a lot more. If anyone can enlighten me on thier actual value I would surely appreciate it. They are two rabbits in a nieman marcus box and the sticker on the bottom says that they are godinger sterling silver.