Professionally Graded Comics (CGC and CBCS)

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Professionally Graded Comics (CGC and CBCS)

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CGC had been inconsistent. I think they do it when it's a big key that collectors have been haranguing them over. I haven't seen it for the Valiant issues I've submitted, despite my request.

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Are you addressing my newsstand question?
Valiant is the son of the New Universe.

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Especially "dude." And "balls." Those terms work in the tech industry.
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How weird is that! Yes! Not sure why it posted here.

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Very weird! Lol
Valiant is the son of the New Universe.


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