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Kitty Pryde/Wolverine

Posted By tim mccall 5/8/2012 1:03:44 PM
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Hi everyone,

I promise I'm not trolling here. I was cleaning my childhood closet the other day and found a copy of Kitty Pryde and Wolverine in an old shoebox. It's autographed by the artist Al Milgrom.

What would be a good starting bid for such a comic? I can't remember what I bought it for since I was in 4th or 5th grade when I got it.

I have other comics I'm curious about, but I've read that most comics from my generation (1990 to present) have little or no value.

Thanks,

Tim
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 Posted 5/8/2012 2:47:48 PM
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Unless it's an authenticated signature (such as a CGC SS, gold label) the signature means little. Sorry.

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demyztikx (5/8/2012)
Unless it's an authenticated signature (such as a CGC SS, gold label) the signature means little. Sorry.


Thanks for your input.

What about a certificate of authenticity from Dynamic Forces Vintage Autographed Comics Inc (that might be the longest name ever)?
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Signed comics are such a niche market (espescially if they are not CGC signature series) that you really need to find someone who is looking for that particular issue signed by that particular person and then make a deal.

If you really want to find out if it has any worth at all, throw it up on ebay with a starting price of 99 cents and see where it goes.

You were right about what you have heard about 90's comics. Unfortunately, even signed with your COA, this one is probably no different.


"In my time nightmares walked among us... walked and danced. Skewering victims in plain sight. Laying their fears and worst desires out for everyone to see, just to make us laugh.
And now nightmares are trapped inside the heads of humans. Pitiful echoes of themselves. I wonder whom they angered so to merit such a fate."


I'm going to like comments and play around with the star ratings.... AND QUITE POSSIBLY TROLL.
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Agreed with the above statement. I mean its one of those books thats not huge by anymeans but you never know if you want it sold throw it on the bay or take it to your LCS and see what happens?

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