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newmember (3/15/08)
hi my name is sandra and i am very new in the cyberworld.i have several very old books that i am interested in finding out if they have any value,any help and guidance would be gratefully accepted and even more appreciated.i live in a very small town in sc and just have not found a source of help or info on old books.so if anyone out there feels like helping out a novice please respond.thanks ever More >>


Collectable Cultural Gold or Street Debris? (3/10/08)
Collectable Cultural Gold or Street Debris? www.fotosencontradas.com.ar More >>


The Comic Speculator: The Early Works of Matt Wagner (3/7/08)
Cover of Grendel #1For those of you who can’t drop upwards of $200.00 on a comic book, you’ll be happy to know that you can find most of these old Zorro books in poor condition (reader copies) at any comic shop with a decent back stock for under $10.00. More >>


The Comic Speculator (2/25/08)
Alex Toth Zorro artThis week in the Comic Speculator I’m taking a look at the legendary work of Alex Toth in the classic Zorro Dell Four Color comics. For more on Zorro’s latest comic series check out my other blog, This Week in Geek, where I discuss new comics that are destined to be tomorrow collectible back issues. More >>


Tennyson and Sandburg (2/19/08)
I was just wondering if anyone had any idea of how much these two books would be worth. I listed them under my items. I have several other old books (dated to the 1800′s) but can’t find anything out about them. I have one book that is dated 1836 and is a collection of sermons. thanks for any help. More >>


The Comic Speculator (2/15/08)
Marvel Super-Heroes 12No you’re not confused or in the wrong place, I just changed the name. The Nerdy Speculator is now “The Comic Speculator”! I mean that’s what I do here, speculate on back issue comics right? So here we go… More >>


‘Tis A Blessing To Count Your Valentine’s On One Hand (2/15/08)
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<div style="float: left; width: 110px;"><a href="http://www.worthpoint.com/files/263/235dd63a1322c35d5ea951702ad95ced.JPG" tarAs I thumb through books and sift through information resources, I am coming to the resounding conclusion that the history of Valentines is unclear. What is clear however, is that this tradition of “A Day for Lovers” dates back to the Roman Empire. Pope Galesius appointed St. Valentine as the patron Saint of Valentines Day in 496 A.D. More >>


This Week in Geek 2/13 (2/13/08)
interior art from Wolvie 62Well here we are on another thrilling New Comic Wednesday for yet another edition of This Week In Geek! It’s days like today that make me glad to be a nerd and not a professional baseball player. Did you see Clemens on CNN this morning? The guy looked like he was going to cry. What have I learned from the MLB steroid scandal? More >>


The Nerdy Speculator: Iron Man #1 (2/11/08)
iron man 1Welcome to the Nerdy Speculator where I’ll be taking a look at some older comics that are or will soon be hot items on the comic book back issue market. For news on newer books that are soon to be collector’s items be sure to check out my other blog, This Week in Geek, every Wednesday. More >>


This Week In Geek 02/06 (2/7/08)
Scud 21Welcome back to another edition of This Week In Geek. It’s the day after Super-Fat-Tuesday, the Superbowl Champion Giants have returned home, Barrack and Hillary are both trying to figure out who won yesterday and women of questionable character everywhere are desperately searching the internet for their own topless Margi Gras photos before their bosses and boyfriends find them. More >>


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