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#1381393 - 09/24/06 10:56 PM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: CentaurMan]
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And one more for tonight, a charming early holiday cover, #11:



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#1381394 - 09/24/06 11:39 PM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: RareHighGrade]
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Again, I don't have a lot of mine scanned yet, but here are a few. I absolutely LOVE this run of covers. I consider these books to be the pinnacle of the early Golden Age.






Win that is a beautiful #24. The pages look bone white. Is it a pedigree?




Lovely book, Win - did you happen to purchase it within the last few years (from Motor City, perhaps)?

STEVE Got Larson?

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#1381395 - 09/24/06 11:40 PM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: CentaurMan]
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You know that guy that shows up an hour early for parties? Yah. I'm him.

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Man I am seriously jealous of some of this stuff!

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#1381396 - 09/24/06 11:51 PM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: Bronty]
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I can only play this game once.



I'm now out of ammunition.

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#1381397 - 09/25/06 12:04 AM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: sacentaur]
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Again, I don't have a lot of mine scanned yet, but here are a few. I absolutely LOVE this run of covers. I consider these books to be the pinnacle of the early Golden Age.





Win that is a beautiful #24. The pages look bone white. Is it a pedigree?




Lovely book, Win - did you happen to purchase it within the last few years (from Motor City, perhaps)?

STEVE Got Larson?




You know, my records are woefully inadequate, but I suspect you're correct. I'm sure I bought it in 2004, not sure from whom, but it was at the Chicago Con (which could've easily been Motor City). Do you know the book?

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#1381398 - 09/25/06 12:18 AM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: tth2]
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Wow! I've never seen the NA #24 before! Gorgeous looking copy, and really cements Flessel as one of the best artists that has worked in comics!




God, I totally agree. I've never seen it either and it's outrageously good. The only thing is I kept looking over the image expecting to find some guys shooting at them somewhere. Guess I've been seeing too many busy Timely covers lately.

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#1381399 - 09/25/06 12:29 AM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: HouseofComics.Com]
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I can only play this game once. I'm now out of ammunition.

Well that's one heck of a single shot, jkrk. Regretably, I sold my copy (a glossy Fine with white pages) to Billy "Lost in Space" Mumy many years ago for the princely sum of $500. Doh!

Do you know the book?

Perhaps - at San Diego several years ago, Goldman may have had that same book. It had great pages, but a small split seal so I foolishly passed on it when he wouldn't adjust the price. Look at the pages carefully for a few check marks - I thought it was the Cosmic Aeroplane copy.

Note: I don't own any New Adventure books, but would certainly like to.

STEVE Got Larson?


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#1381400 - 09/25/06 12:36 AM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: sacentaur]
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We're collectively putting together a nice run of New Comics, fellas - thanks for the scans (I enjoyed them all).

Two Lost Valley copies:





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#1381401 - 09/25/06 02:32 PM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: sacentaur]
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Do you know the book?

Perhaps - at San Diego several years ago, Goldman may have had that same book. It had great pages, but a small split seal so I foolishly passed on it when he wouldn't adjust the price. Look at the pages carefully for a few check marks - I thought it was the Cosmic Aeroplane copy.




Wow, that would be cool. I don't have any books from that pedigree.

Hey Andy, you mind looking in my NA #24 and seeing whether it's got any distinctive markings?

To keep the thread going, here's another early Flessel, New Adventure #28:



I love the racial diversity, and I always find myself staring at the guy looking towards us in the bottom corner.

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#1381402 - 09/25/06 02:51 PM Re: Post your Golden Age Adventure/New Adventure/New Comics [Re: tth2]
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At long last I feel regular.

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This could wind up being tied with the Detective Comics thread for my favorite thread ever on the boards!

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