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Captain America of The Avengers Dead Men Running Comic Set Signed by Derek Hess

moulinpuj is selling a rare 3 piece Captain America set from 2002. This is a special set, it is drawn by Derek Hess. Hess is famous for all those cool concert posters you’ve seen on Ebay. Definitely one of my favorite artists and he was nice enough to sign these.

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Spiderman #1 Autographed

josiedad is selling my favorite Spiderman cover. I love when Todd McFarlane illustrated the Spiderman series for Marvel. This lot is awesome for the price. You get two autographed Todd McFarlane Spiderman number 1’s(variant covers). I was also a big fan of Spiderman 300-350. Some of the best storytelling and art work came out at that time.

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Yes, I know. I’ve been phoning it in lately, showing up pretty much just for RCBF. I make no excuses, but I do promise to try and do better. Been reading a lot of comics, plan on doing a lot of reviews. I’ll make good soon enough. In the meantime, here are this weeks selections…

The description on the signed X-men issue is pretty great, on a couple levels…

singed by matt ryan, other than that nothing special about the issue.

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Castle. Frank Castle.

The Punisher is one of the original “good guys gone bad.”

A really stark contrast to even the Marvel characters, he’s been the basis for many comic heroes across the board, especially since he’s successful run as Marvel’s favorite anti-hero in the Punisher War Journal of the late 80’s. Jim Lee got some of his earliest steady work there. 

Please note someone putting a $4.00 price tag DIRECTLY OVER the Jim Lee autograph. Oof. 

In recent years, Garth Ennis had a killer run that even I followed, even though I’ve never been the biggest Punisher man. Hopefully there can be a better Punisher post in the future, but I came across this shirt and was really just feelin’ it. Good style for any time. 

Autographed X-Men #1

12 year old me is salivating at the sight of this.

X-Men #1. Red variant cover.

Autographed by Jim Lee.

Autographed by Chris Claremont.

Autographed by Stan Lee.

First, Jim Lee was probably my favorite artist of the 90s. The Image comics held me captive like no other. I had Casablanca Comics in Windham ME holding EVERY issue they released. I still have all of them. So many #1. So few #2s (since most comics only seemed to last 1 issue, Supreme anyone?).

And Chris Claremont? Shut it down. That guy could write a story about soggy bread and I would read it 4 times before falling asleep. I would even sneak a flashlight to read it after my parents told me to go to bed again. That guy was a genius. An innovator. I enjoyed his fictional books too. Great reads.

Stan Lee. Nuff said.

Someone buy me this. Comes with a COA. Dope.

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