Kept my Steve Gerber-written She-Hulks, too.

§ October 6th, 2014 § Filed under sterling silver comics, the eBay § 8 Comments

I wrote up a little thing on the Seth’s/Ralph’s site about my impending departure. Includes lots of photos y’all have seen before, but may be new to my customers. Nice to have them all in one place, anyway.

By the way, pricing up my own back issues for sale is a terrible thing. I wavered on Quasar, but priced ’em up. I’m not giving up my Squadron Supreme, however.

Also, in my price researching, I discovered that this particular issue of the 2000s series of The Brave and the Bold is selling in the $20-$30 range, presumably due to the Killing Joke tie-in. One guy on eBay right now is shooting for $75, believe it or not. Huh, who knew.

8 Responses to “Kept my Steve Gerber-written She-Hulks, too.”

  • G23 says:

    I loved the Squadron Supreme. Don’t blame you for that.

  • Brad Parker says:

    Hey, Mike. Just heard about the new store! Congrats! Just wanted to let you know, if you need any help setting up, just let me know. Someone told me it might be in Cam and I live out there now. I sent you a friend request on Facebook. You can reach me there. Good luck! I look forward to seeing the new store and maybe, just maybe finding something to make me a regular customer.

  • Snark Shark says:

    “the Killing Joke”

    I didn’t know aobut THAT tie-in- but my LCS sold out of the BOOSTER GOLD issue that tied in to KJ!

  • Snark Shark says:

    price yer WALKING DEADs high! I did REALLY well with those on ebay!

  • Allan Hoffman says:

    Just read that you’re next door to a restaurant. If you’re actually sharing a common wall as opposed to being in a separate building, make sure the wall is a fire break wall. You don’t want a restaurant kitchen fire to spread to your store.

  • Snark Shark says:

    I hope they’re a CLEAN restaurant. You don’t want ROACHEs, either!

  • Ben Herman says:

    One reason why The Brave and the Bold #33 could be selling for so much is that I think it is the first time Cliff Chiang drew Wonder Woman. But I could be wrong. It is a good issue, though.