Where we once were, and may never be again.

§ October 22nd, 2011 § Filed under retailing § 6 Comments

Oh, collection of miscellaneous comic books that was dumped on us recently, what prizes you offer up to me:

6 Responses to “Where we once were, and may never be again.”

  • Jim Kosmicki says:

    i lived in a town 100 miles away from the nearest “local” comic book store when Omega Men came out originally. Maybe that’s why it has always intrigued me. i’ve enjoyed the L.E.G.I.O.N. series that basically built on the Omega Men mythos. I would probably buy a collection of Omega Men stories, especially if it was a Showcase Edition.

    I also remember when Lobo was “hot.” My favorite Lobo item was the “wit and wisdom of Lobo” book (or whatever the name was” that came only in a slipcase with previously released books, and then was blank. The people who ordered it at our comic shop were furious, but that could also have been because I thought it was so hilarious.

  • Rich Handley says:

    I’m just curious what an “apperance” is.

  • Dave says:

    Trust me. You don’t want to see Lobo’s apperance.

  • I really used to LIKE the Omega Men.
    Ahhh… so long ago.

    Although, I don’t think I made it past issue 17 before I gave it up.

    So, where do they fit in in the NEW 52?
    (Let me guess…They dont?…)

  • MRPRSN says:

    I like finding copies of Youngblood #1 in the quarter bins with $8 price tags on them from back in the day.

  • Crowded House says:

    Lobo “apperance” comics. Sold for six dollars, soon to be worth upwards of two dollars.

    Oh well, at least it’s rare and hot.