This Week in Geek 5/29
Welcome to a rare new comic’s Thursday edition of This Week in Geek. Since Monday was Memorial Day the boys at the post office and UPS got the day off and new comics day moves from Wednesday to Thursday. This can be traumatizing for serious comic junkies but those of us who have been collecting for a while plan ahead.
Gene Colan; Daredevil, Tomb of Dracula and other comic masterpieces by a living legend
Earlier last week it was reported that comics legend Gene Colan’s liver was failing him. His wife, Adrienne sent a an email to Ohdannyboy.com, a comic blog on blogspot.com, detailing her husband’s failing health.
This Week in Geek 5/21
OK, I don’t want to brag here folks but it seems as if Matt has been on a roll lately. Last week I went three-for-three with all of my picks of the week selling out. According to Comicbookresources.com Batman #676, Guardians #1 and Cap Britain #1 all sold out before the weekend hit and Cap #1 is already selling for upwards of $5.00 online. Not bad if I do say so myself.
I NEED HELP!!! WHAT R THESE RARE/ANTIQUE 1ST EDITIONS WORTH???
NEED HELP APPRAISING THESE BOOKS
so, i came into these and i need an up-to-date estimate for what these are worth.
ALL ARE 1ST EDITIONS unless otherwise specified
The Hitchhickers Guide to the Galaxy
The Resturant at the End of the Universe
Brave New World
The Comic Speculator: Indiana Jones
This Friday marks the big-screen return of Indiana Jones, nerd-dom’s favorite fedora-wearing archaeologist and I like most nerds couldn’t be more excited. I get goosebumps every time I hear the theme song.
The Comic Speculator: Doom vs Iron Man
With the Iron Man movie premiering this week, I have goose bumps just thinking about it, I thought it would be a good time to highlight one of my favorite runs of ol’ shell-head’s comic. In the 80’s David Micheline and Bob Layton redefined Tony Stark’s character making him the Iron Man we know today.
This Week in Geek 4/30
Happy DC Universe day true believers!
Every Mother Has One
Nearly every mother has one – the box filled with grade-school artwork, Boy Scout merit badges and years of Mother’ s Day cards. Whether homemade creations with crayon and construction paper or store-bought sentiments, Mother’s Day cards are simply too tough for most moms to toss, and many mothers hold on to cards for decades.
Mother’s Day Postcards: The Affordable Collectible
Why bother sending your mom another generic, mass-produced card, when you can send her a piece of history?
Hi fellow comic aficionados.
I’ve been lurking here and enjoying Matt’s articles over the past few weeks. He has a wealth of information to share but so far its mainly been a one-sided conversation. In the hopes of opening up participation I figured an introduction thread would be in order.