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Users can share photos of their OTHER (non-Valiant) collections, your own museum for everyone to tour. No comments allowed by visitors in the gallery threads, just your own space to show and describe your own collection. Free admission for everyone to "The Other Gallery".

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Brko J you have tons of goodies congrats :thumb:

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I found a digital camera in a box. Appearantly I have one. And a GPS, it turns out.

Pics will be coming someday in the next couple of months. First appearances, random DU incentive books, bits and pieces that I've accumulated and maybe some action figures.

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superman-prime wrote:Brko J you have tons of goodies congrats :thumb:
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I moved this over here, if one of the mods could remove the original from my gallery thread, I'd appreciate it. :thumb:

Doorman wrote:Sweet I, Lusiphur #1s! Have you read the entire series?
No, I still don't have a complete set, so I'm waiting until then before I read them. I should probably just find a trade of this.

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Very nice Visions indeed , Bro J :thumb:

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SnotDrip wrote:Very nice Visions indeed , Bro J :thumb:
Thanks, made me realize I should probably post a picture of all of my Visions issues, #1-4.

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Bro J--nice Cerebus run :drool:

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Brother J wrote:
SnotDrip wrote:Very nice Visions indeed , Bro J :thumb:
Thanks, made me realize I should probably post a picture of all of my Visions issues, #1-4.
Those are cool - I really like the cover to #3, for some reason.

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Brother J wrote:
SnotDrip wrote:Very nice Visions indeed , Bro J :thumb:
Thanks, made me realize I should probably post a picture of all of my Visions issues, #1-4.
1-4

OK..now I am am definitely jealous :cry:

These are sweet and difficult to find as I have been looking on and off for awhile now :thumb: :thumb:


BTW who did the covers for #2??

Can you confirm if all your issues were indeed numbered signed by an attending artist and if so whom??

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oh and this is even geeking me out...but does VISIONS 3 predate FC comics 1 (1981)

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that plasm cover is sweet

great stuff bro J

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sanman wrote:Bro J--nice Cerebus run :drool:
Thanks, it was a happy day for me when I finally picked up my copy of #1, even though it is lower grade. I collected the title as they were released from #100 to #300, so it was like Cerebus was an old friend since I had read the book for 17 years.

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slym2none wrote:
Brother J wrote:
SnotDrip wrote:Very nice Visions indeed , Bro J :thumb:
Thanks, made me realize I should probably post a picture of all of my Visions issues, #1-4.
Those are cool - I really like the cover to #3, for some reason.

:thumb:



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Yeah, Al Williamson doing Flash Gordon (or a Flash-like character) is some great stuff. :thumb:

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SnotDrip wrote:
BTW who did the covers for #2??
Rod Whigham did the front cover, the back cover was a Red Sonja piece by Paul Gulacy
SnotDrip wrote:Can you confirm if all your issues were indeed numbered signed by an attending artist and if so whom??
#1 signed by Lamar Waldron and Bob Burden (he signed it "Robert Burden"), numbered #547 of 1,000

#2 signed by Rod Whigham, numbered #656 of 2,000

#3 not signed or numbered

#4 not signed or numbered

I still need Visions #5-9, I'll be surprised if I ever find them, though. They all have some Flaming Carrot content, according to flamingcarrot.com.

EDIT: after looking through my Visions #3, I found out it was indeed signed by Bob Burden. I wasn't even aware of that, as the other signed Visions issues were signed on the inside front cover, the #3 was signed on the first FC story page.
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SnotDrip wrote:oh and this is even geeking me out...but does VISIONS 3 predate FC comics 1 (1981)

:?
Hard to say, according to the FC website, the Killian Barracks issue came out "Summer 1981" and the Visions #3 also says "Summer 1981" in the indicia.

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superman-prime wrote:that plasm cover is sweet

great stuff bro J
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Brother J wrote:EDIT: after looking through my Visions #3, I found out it was indeed signed by Bob Burden. I wasn't even aware of that, as the other signed Visions issues were signed on the inside front cover, the #3 was signed on the first FC story page.
Would check the others as well as a site I found indicates that at least 1-5 were (may have been ??) signed by Mr Burden but exactly were I don't know...this is why I was wondering so apologies if I did not make it clearer...I am trying to confirm this...don't know why yet...just trying that's all.
Brother J wrote:
SnotDrip wrote:oh and this is even geeking me out...but does VISIONS 3 predate FC comics 1 (1981) :?
Hard to say, according to the FC website, the Killian Barracks issue came out "Summer 1981" and the Visions #3 also says "Summer 1981" in the indicia.
Seen...thought you may have been able to narrow it down better...Thanks for the check :thumb:

Thanks for your post, much appreciated

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oh BTW ... the Cerebus junk ... ImageImageImage

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Nice star wars stuff Maraxus

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Thanks man, I will be posting the vehicles and playsets over the next few days.

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wow sweet stuff Star wars weapons for the old stuff are hard to find congrats on that sweet collection

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That Star Wars stuff sure brings back memories. It also reminds me when I stopped collecting these as a kid. I had every one of the "A New Hope" figures and 95% of the Empire figures, but 0% of the Return of the Jedi stuff, so somewhere between the two movies, I guess I outgrew my Star Wars collecting.

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very cool starwars collection :thumb:

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Crow, nice stuff. You have a very interesting collection.

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WBC - your X-Men collection both disgusts me and gives me a boner at the same time.

Nice stuff.....



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slym2none wrote:WBC - your X-Men collection both disgusts me and gives me a boner at the same time.
I bet this picture has the same effect...

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