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Old 11-29-2005, 02:12 AM   #41 (permalink)
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I have this comic -

Batman/Spiderman (1995)
Writer: J.M. De Matties
Penciller: Mark Bagley
Inkers: Scott Hana & Mark Farmer
Publisher: Marvel

Signed by Scott Hana (iirc), mint condition, only 500 signed. Would that be worth anything?
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Old 12-01-2005, 07:20 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Rob Liefeld gives me nightmares.
I love when Rob Liefeld craps out a new book *cough*as long as its one I dont read anyway*cough* just for the pure comic genius the man has!
*Sarcasm tag on*
The way he perfectly captures THREE!!! different facial expressions (not mad, mad and really mad) is amazing!!! Dont forget the original characters he comes up with! So lets have an killer named Slade... I mean WADE Wilson (and I love the 'poolman). And his realistic women of Barbie like proportions!
*Sarcasm tag off*
My only questions with regards to Liefeld is a) why do people buy his crap? and b) how does he still find work?
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Old 12-01-2005, 07:45 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I have this comic -

Batman/Spiderman (1995)
Writer: J.M. De Matties
Penciller: Mark Bagley
Inkers: Scott Hana & Mark Farmer
Publisher: Marvel

Signed by Scott Hana (iirc), mint condition, only 500 signed. Would that be worth anything?
Signed comics generally aren't worth more than unsigned ones, though there are exceptions.

That one unsigned goes for about $30 on Mile High, and is available for about $5-$10 on eBay. Being signed probably won't change that.

I'd estimate maybe $10.

The important part, though, is that that's a good book. Top notch talent all around, prestige format, a good script and good looking art. Save it and use it to indoctrinate some non-believer.

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Old 12-01-2005, 07:50 PM   #44 (permalink)
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I love when Rob Liefeld craps out a new book *cough*as long as its one I dont read anyway*cough* just for the pure comic genius the man has!
*Sarcasm tag on*
The way he perfectly captures THREE!!! different facial expressions (not mad, mad and really mad) is amazing!!! Dont forget the original characters he comes up with! So lets have an killer named Slade... I mean WADE Wilson (and I love the 'poolman). And his realistic women of Barbie like proportions!
*Sarcasm tag off*
My only questions with regards to Liefeld is a) why do people buy his crap? and b) how does he still find work?
It does cause some problems when he's the artist on a book paired with a good writer. I was really torn when it came to Teen Titans 27 & 28, because they were written by Gail Simone, whom I love, and it's a regular buy for me.

Though I don't care for him myself--he generally doesn't appeal much to the hard core fans--I can see why he's popular with casual fans. The hyper-muscular physiques and pinup style do make for striking looking art, especially if you haven't seen it a thousand times. Not everyone sees that he's just aping Neal Adams and doing a pale imitation; they see the surface and that's it.

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Old 01-08-2006, 04:45 PM   #45 (permalink)
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It does cause some problems when he's the artist on a book paired with a good writer. I was really torn when it came to Teen Titans 27 & 28, because they were written by Gail Simone, whom I love, and it's a regular buy for me.
Hence my as long as he isnt on a book I read. If he is then I'm bitter. Don't read Titans so when he was on it I had a good laugh.
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