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    Locke & Key Small World Signed.jpg

    I received this last year from my Secret Santa over at DT.org. My one and only signed SK book and included a Remarque personally done for me by Glenn Chadbourne. A gift I will truly treasure the rest of my days.

    Revival-First SK Sig.jpgSK Revival Remarque.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    Very nice Brian! Good to see you still in the collecting game, even you are changing goals!
    Thanks, Dan!

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    Very neat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Very neat!
    Thanks, Mike!

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    Love your new additions. I m changing my focus also. I also need to update my collection thread. One day soon I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    Love your new additions. I m changing my focus also. I also need to update my collection thread. One day soon I hope.
    Thanks! Looking forward to seeing what you've added.

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    Love the Locke and Key cover because David Petersen is my new obsession. His Mouse Guard books are top notch and his prints are beautiful.

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    Great additions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    Love the Locke and Key cover because David Petersen is my new obsession. His Mouse Guard books are top notch and his prints are beautiful.
    Thanks, Jason! You'll have to point me in the direction of Petersen's stuff.

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    Great additions!
    Thanks, Martin!

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    A few new slipcases that Jeff Whiley made up for me:

    Joe Hill Cases 1.jpgJoe Hill Cases 2.jpg

    Impossible to find a non-custom slipcase that will fit bagged and boarded comics. So I asked Jeff to make me few for a test run. He nailed it of course! From left to right: Small World, Tales From the Darkside, and my Locke & Key collection so far. I doubt I'll ever find all the variants for that series but it's fun for me to try. It does help that they usually list all the variants inside the cover.

    Joe Hill Comic Cases 1.jpgJoe Hill Comic Cases 2.jpg

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    The slipcases for the comics look great - and are a great idea. I know back in the day when I collected comics, some came with slipcases. Heck, even my GF's Jem and MLP comics have some slipcase options. But not nearly as nice.

    And two months later I just see the comment to me - David Petersen is the creator of a comic called Mouse Guard. Takes place in the 12th century and is about mice with swords. Humans don't exist and all the animals are to scale.

    I've purchased a ton of prints from Petersen and even recently acquired an original drawing that I love.

    You can check out more at mouseguard.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    The slipcases for the comics look great - and are a great idea. I know back in the day when I collected comics, some came with slipcases. Heck, even my GF's Jem and MLP comics have some slipcase options. But not nearly as nice.

    And two months later I just see the comment to me - David Petersen is the creator of a comic called Mouse Guard. Takes place in the 12th century and is about mice with swords. Humans don't exist and all the animals are to scale.

    I've purchased a ton of prints from Petersen and even recently acquired an original drawing that I love.

    You can check out more at mouseguard.net
    Thanks, Jason! No worries. I'll check it out!

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    That's a lot of Wraith books!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    That's a lot of Wraith books!
    Yeppers. Think I'm only missing the HC 1st and a few variants for a complete set.

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    I love it bro! THe cases are a great way to keep your collection together and safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    I love it bro! THe cases are a great way to keep your collection together and safe.
    Thanks, Dan! Already have another order in to Jeff

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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Very nice!
    Thanks, Mike!

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    I agree that the slipcases for the comics are great. I would love to do something like that for my collection, but due to the size I'd have to consider making them myself to save on money. There are a couple of tutorials on Youtube about making slipcases for comics but I haven't really checked them out.

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