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#5493840 - 03/02/12 11:43 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: Stevenrams]
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 Originally Posted By: Stevenrams
RIP Davy Jones. Loved the TV show from the sixties and I loved their hit songs, especially "Daydream Believer" and "Last Train to Clarksville".


Terrific book!

I have to agree, it's was sad to hear of Davy Jones passing.

For a few years in the late 60's the Monkees had many neat songs.
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#5493858 - 03/02/12 11:53 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: frozentundraguy]
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Nowhere near the class of recent books being posted, but it's kind of interesting to know that mixed in with all of the green, gold, red etc. kryptonite there was even jewel kryptonite.


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#5494311 - 03/03/12 09:14 AM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: frozentundraguy]
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I always liked the stories with new Kryptonite's. Have you read the gold Kryptonite story in Adventure 299?


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#5494557 - 03/03/12 11:46 AM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: Silver]
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 Originally Posted By: Silver
I always liked the stories with new Kryptonite's. Have you read the gold Kryptonite story in Adventure 299?



I thoroughly enjoy the kryptonite stories, but have not had the pleasure of reading Adventure 299.
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#5497194 - 03/04/12 02:38 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: frozentundraguy]
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Revisiting quaint old '50s Smallville, when Superboy was still responding to fake emergencies...



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#5497289 - 03/04/12 03:16 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: steelcity]
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I started reading the Suberboy reprint book from DC that has the More Fun and early Adventure stories in it. It is interesting to see how the early stories evolved. In the more fun issues there is kind of a kid gang feel to the stories.
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#5519240 - 03/12/12 10:23 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: Silver]
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Just in from Heritage. My 3rd early Legion appearance this year. I'm liking these in the 8.0-9.0 range...



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#5519473 - 03/12/12 11:46 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: nearmint]
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those are great books Jeff!
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#5520520 - 03/13/12 12:19 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: nearmint]
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 Originally Posted By: nearmint
Just in from Heritage. My 3rd early Legion appearance this year. I'm liking these in the 8.0-9.0 range...




Beautiful book.

This particular issue seems quite abundant in VG or lower, but is extremely elusive above 8.5. A check shows 7 copies at 9.0 or better.
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#5537025 - 03/19/12 02:05 PM Re: Superman Family Collecting Thread! [Re: nearmint]
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 Originally Posted By: nearmint
Nice one, Steve. I just picked this one up from a long-haired Canadian hippie.



Certainly too nice to leave in the hands of a long-haired hippie, even a Canadian's!

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