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Old 08-13-14, 12:40 PM   #126
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Re: What's the last comic (single issue) you bought?

I forgot about this thread. I bought a ton of stuff at SDCC. Lot of Bronze Age with a few modern exclusives. Between SDCC, WonderCon, a few local shows and my weekly haul, I have bought so many comics recently that I actually have to hold off on new purchases and focus on getting more boxes, bags and boards to keep up. My Comic Room is a mess right now and I need to get everything re-organized.
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Old 08-25-14, 12:42 PM   #127
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Re: What's the last comic (single issue) you bought?

I picked up:

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight issues #1-5 (the Shaman arc). I always wanted to get the trade of this but haven't been able to find it or when it pops up on eBay it always gets fairly pricey and saw these at a local place.
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Old 08-25-14, 02:03 PM   #128
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Which store in Pasadena?
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Old 08-25-14, 03:56 PM   #129
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Bought my kid a IDW Angry Birds first edition comic.
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Old 08-30-14, 09:09 PM   #130
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picked up some cheap books

Gravel 0 / 1
Fashion Beast 1
Omega Locke and Key 1/2
Legenderry 3/4/5
Hit Girl 1/2/3/4/5
Animal Man 0
JL Dark 0
JL International 1
The Ravengers 1
Grifter 1/2
Ghost rider Trail of tears 1/2
Avengers World 2
DC COuntdown Arena 1-4
Metamorpho 1-6
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Old 09-05-14, 12:37 PM   #131
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Re: What's the last comic (single issue) you bought?

Spider-Woman EXPOSED!

Is there any one who watched it..????
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Old 09-18-14, 12:53 AM   #132
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Found this in a .50 bin today - Red Sonja #1!




The guy at the booth looked surprised and asked "Did you really find that in the fifty-centers?" I said yeah and showed him that he had a bunch of early Red Sonja, Justice League of America and Conan books hidden throughout the bins. He smiled and said "That was a good find."

Also picked up a bunch of Ultraverse first issues because I was feeling nostalgic for the 90s. I grabbed Hulk: Raging Thunder as well but when I got home, I realized I already owned a copy (!!). I hate when I do that!
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Old 09-18-14, 10:15 AM   #133
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I grabbed Hulk: Raging Thunder as well but when I got home, I realized I already owned a copy (!!). I hate when I do that!
At least you're only out 50 cents!
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Old 09-18-14, 04:26 PM   #134
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But that's .50 I could have spent on something else! Like a variant cover of Prime #1. Or something.
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Old 09-24-14, 02:01 PM   #135
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Which store in Pasadena?

Hey fujishig. Sorry. I just saw this post. I assume you were talking to me?

The store is called P Dot's Comics & Collectibles. It's on Lake Ave.

Address - 1505 N Lake Ave, Pasadena, CA


Since my post, I've seen them at a couple of conventions. Picked up some more stuff. They have a pretty good selection ranging from the late Silver Age to now. Some of the "well-read" books are priced around the $2 to $5 range. Higher grades get more expensive. Their wall has some stuff that are still priced like we're in the 90s. So there's both ends of the spectrum.

Owners are really nice. Got into a long conversation about Marvel films when I was last there.
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Old 10-26-14, 09:11 AM   #136
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My wife scored these freebies for me yesterday.
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Old 11-05-14, 07:32 PM   #137
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2014 Captain Marvel 2 Jones Variant, 2 Regular Cover, Captain Marvel 3 Art Adams Cover, Captain Marvel 4 Regular Cover, Captain Marvel 5 Regular Cover.

2014 Avengers 28 Variant Captain America / Captain Marvel Cover, 2013 Avengers 4 Dale Keown Variant Cover.

Uncanny Avengers 8 Manara Cover, X-Men 1 Brian Wood series Manara Cover.

Cavewoman Deadly Venom Cover B Rob Durham, Cavewoman Journey 2 Cover B Rob Durham,Cavewoman Labyrinth Devon Massey Cover B.

Adventure Time Summer Special & Spooktacular 2013 1 in 25 Cover Variants, Annuals 1,2 1 in 25 Cover Variants.

Bravest Warriors 2014 Special 1 1 in 20 Cover Variant.

There is more to come, as I obtained these books from the Tales From Another World Progressive 70% Off Sale. I hope folks do not mind my listing my loot from the sale. Graphic Novels will be listed in the appropriate thread.

Edited to add: Another TFAW package arrived today, which contained the following -

- The Walking Dead 115 Covers A - K
- Five Weapons 6 - 10
- Grimm Fairy Tales 100 Franchesco cover
- The X-Files Annual 2014
- Ten Grand 7 - 10

There is one more batch due soon...

Final batch contained Sandman Overture Combo Pack Issues 2, 3 (70% off), GFT Wonderland 21 - 28 (most issues purchased for 70% discount).

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Old 11-25-14, 11:13 AM   #138
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I picked these up the other day from the comic store. I rarely go to any comic stores but decided to and found these. Luckily, all the back issues were 50% off or more. I'm a sucker for anything Legion and I already had these but they were all VF+ and I just couldn't pass them up; $3-$4 each was a good deal for me.

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Old 11-25-14, 11:59 AM   #139
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I loved those Fatal Five stories.
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Old 12-03-14, 12:45 AM   #140
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Fatale by Ed Brubaker. It's like a haunting tour through history, weaving in everything from murderous cults to 70's Hollywood sleaze to long-buried family secrets that threaten to destroy the present. A bit dark, yes, but made for an interesting read.
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Old 12-17-14, 02:16 AM   #141
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Recently got back into comics and picked these up for about $225

Sandman Mystery Theater 1-70
Harbinger (90's) 0-41
Archer And Armstrong (90's) 0-26
Sandman (Gaiman) 1-6, 10, 75
Star Trek (Gold Key) 1, 10, 32
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Old 12-21-14, 01:09 PM   #142
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Hit the antique malls in Orange County this weekend. Comic-wise, not much that I'd want to spend crazy money on. But one store had a table full of random stuff and sitting there was a Peter Pan Super Adventures comic/record with Spider-Man. And the record was still with it!



Whenever I see these at conventions or at other antique stores, there's never a record. The comic was in pretty good shape too. I would have preferred the Power Records version but for $5 bucks... couldn't resist.
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Old 12-21-14, 03:02 PM   #143
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I am surprised those kind of album-comic book combinations died out, they had mostly disappeared by the 1980s. I loved the few Power Records I came across as a kid. In our iTunes world, I would think they add a necessary ingredient to get kids interested again in reading comics. If you could get a star from the movies to narrate or something, that could be the hook.

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Old 03-20-15, 06:26 PM   #144
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Bought this for $2 today - Ms. Marvel #1. The cover/back is in pretty terrible shape - Detached from the comic and well worn. But it was two bucks so why not?

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It will go up in value when Disney makes a Captain Marvel movie.
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Old 03-24-15, 01:27 PM   #146
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I am surprised those kind of album-comic book combinations died out, they had mostly disappeared by the 1980s. I loved the few Power Records I came across as a kid. In our iTunes world, I would think they add a necessary ingredient to get kids interested again in reading comics. If you could get a star from the movies to narrate or something, that could be the hook.

They have audio picture books on tablets, though; at least, I know Disney/Marvel has a bunch.
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Old 03-28-15, 12:51 AM   #147
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This Blogspot has a lot of the Power Records up for listening/viewing. There's even a Kojak one!
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Old 07-13-15, 01:53 AM   #148
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Bought a ton of stuff at SDCC this weekend. These three issues rank as some of my favorite purchases. They feature a three-part Angel story written by Superman's Co-Creator Jerry Siegel.


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Bought a ton of stuff at SDCC this weekend. These three issues rank as some of my favorite purchases. They feature a three-part Angel story written by Superman's Co-Creator Jerry Siegel.


As hard as they are to track down sometimes, I think I like(d?) when comic companies have multipart backup stories spread across multiple titles.

I often think that I should go to a big con someday, but think I'd be overwhelmed.
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I picked these up right before going to SDCC. The Wolverine mini-series from 1982. Pretty good copies of each issue for a total of $75.

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