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#1876231 - 08/30/07 11:18 PM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: nik]
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But dont let that stop you all from posting.I love to see peoples collections..So more please.
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#1876271 - 08/30/07 11:44 PM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: gernblanston]
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 Originally Posted By: gernblanston
I will get the show started as I have a thing for GL 76.





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Nice stash of GL 76s. I guess you just need to add the 9.4 from the upcoming Clink to complete the set. Good luck!
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#1876369 - 08/31/07 01:04 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: gernblanston]
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I think you started this thread just to show off those gorgeous books , cant say I blame ya. \(thumbs u For me its BATMAN 227.
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#1876371 - 08/31/07 01:05 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: gernblanston]
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#1876376 - 08/31/07 01:08 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: jdnoyes]
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Thats cool, cant remember if that was the only Adams cover on Conan. hm
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#1876390 - 08/31/07 01:30 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: bronzilla]
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Someone post a real high grade Tec 404. That book never comes up for sale in high grade and it sure is an awesome cover. One of Neal's best. Would love to see the lone 9.6, can't imagine what it would sell for right now.

This is a personal favorite.



I like this one too.


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#1876403 - 08/31/07 01:46 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: bronzilla]
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 Originally Posted By: bronzilla
Thats cool, cant remember if that was the only Adams cover on Conan. hm


He did inks on the cover of Conan #45 over Gil Kane pencils, but this was his only cover. In fact Conan 37 was his only interior pencils in the entire run as well.

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#1876524 - 08/31/07 07:37 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: Sal]
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DC Special 6. Note: book is not mine. just grabbed image from da innernets

That is a great cover! \(worship\)

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#1876530 - 08/31/07 07:39 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: kimik]
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 Originally Posted By: kimik
 Originally Posted By: gernblanston
I will get the show started as I have a thing for GL 76.





\(thumbs u

Nice stash of GL 76s. I guess you just need to add the 9.4 from the upcoming Clink to complete the set. Good luck!


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#1876531 - 08/31/07 07:40 AM Re: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers? [Re: bronzilla]
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 Originally Posted By: bronzilla
I think you started this thread just to show off those gorgeous books , cant say I blame ya. \(thumbs u For me its BATMAN 227.


I just love the classic Adams covers. I could put up Tec 395, Batman 227 or Superman 233 next to GL 76 as I like those too.


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