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stevezodiac wrote:
Anyone want a single page from Amazing Fantasy 15 with free sellotape? It's not even from the Spider-man story. Only £1387.65.
If anybody buys that single page from Amazing Fantasy 15 at the price being asked, they want locking up in a padded cell.


03 May 2019, 23:20
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This thread is hilarious!
I'm laughing hard at some of these listings.


04 May 2019, 10:29
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Look-in Television Annual Issued 1978 – Unique – Contents is upside down !!!!!!! Link isn't working but seller wants £1999.99 for this.


08 Jun 2019, 10:22
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Here's the link for the upside down Look-in

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Look-in-Television-Annual-Issued-1978-Unique-Contents-is-upside-down/303181232184?hash=item4697027838:g:ej0AAOSwmdxck~7b&frcectupt=true


08 Jun 2019, 12:36
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Bargain!! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-Vict ... Swn7Jc8lz3


08 Jun 2019, 12:49
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I saw that Victor yesterday. I notice the Look-In seller doesn't show the inside cover so we can't see if the interior has been removed and glued back in upside down.


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I wouldn't dream of putting that victor on ebay ,it would go straight in the bin and the seller should be thoroughly embarrassed and ashamed of themselves :lol: :lol:


08 Jun 2019, 23:31
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Even the American Restoration team would be shaking their heads at that one.


09 Jun 2019, 17:20
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big bad bri wrote:
I wouldn't dream of putting that victor on ebay ,it would go straight in the bin and the seller should be thoroughly embarrassed and ashamed of themselves :lol: :lol:

I think putting comics in the bin is even worse. That's a horrific thought to me, regardless of condition.

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I think putting comics in the bin is even worse. That's a horrific thought to me, regardless of condition.


I've got to agree with you on that as I just can't do it! I came up with a solution last year though, which was to put any comics and annuals that were that ropey in a drawer and when I had a few of them together, I loaded them on Ebay at a 1p start for anyone who wanted them for what was basically the postage cost and they sold for 50p or so. I advertised them for decollage or any other projects.

I felt really good that I hadn't thrown them out and someone got some cheap comics! I'm almost up to another pile now.


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Adam Eterno wrote:
starscape wrote:
I think putting comics in the bin is even worse. That's a horrific thought to me, regardless of condition.


I've got to agree with you on that as I just can't do it! I came up with a solution last year though, which was to put any comics and annuals that were that ropey in a drawer and when I had a few of them together, I loaded them on Ebay at a 1p start for anyone who wanted them for what was basically the postage cost and they sold for 50p or so. I advertised them for decollage or any other projects.

I felt really good that I hadn't thrown them out and someone got some cheap comics! I'm almost up to another pile now.


Thats a good idea with the collage/decoupage thing. I've got a few half missing comics myself.

Wasn't there an article a few years ago about some fella tearing up and pasting some comics on something and it turned out the comics were quite valuable?


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Some of the Whoopees I got recently have coupons cut. I'll put them on eBay as a cheap bundle. They all have Reg Parlett strips so well worth having.


12 Jun 2019, 09:17
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Has anyone noticed that eBay has changed its comic categories. There are no longer lists of individual titles to choose as a category. I noticed people choosing "comic strips" as the category.


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Yeah, I just noticed that.

It looks like I may have to change the search results on all of my searches to comply with the new categories. :(

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Just noticed under Type the options are Newspaper or Magazine. So in a comic category you are not given the option of describing it as a comic. Well done eBay.


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