Crikey Joe, another cracker of a tale -- can I ask, do you scan most of these from reprints or from originals? My collection is a balance of the two : I have boxes of originals from the 70's, which I barely open, aswell as modern bound editions.Thanks again for sharing the best of your collection. Still the best site out there for comic heads such as ourselves !Gnostic.PS Do you have any 'Alf Tupper, King of the Track' stories? I used to love his 'Victor' appearances, depicting a by now long gone Britain of 'fair play' , a chance for the underdog and good fish n' chips !
to be honest, fella. most of the scans that appear on this site now aren't scanned by me, but stuff I've found here and there all over the 'net. back when this site started, I did most of the scans, but, then, it just became a lot easier - & quicker - to google up the comic I want and rapidshare it.my collection - what's left of it - is probably a bit like your own, half and half. I make room where I have to make room, though. for instance, I very recently shifted my Howard the Duck comics, having just bought a copy of the Marvel Howard the Duck Omnibus, and I'll more than likely end up doing the same with my Jungle Actions once they release the Marvel Masterworks edition in a month or two.
I'll see what I can do about Alf Tupper, but don't hold your breath.
Joe, thanks for the info, and thanks also for the great new horror tale about the cemetery : Well weird stuff ! Gnostic.PS Not to worry about the Alf Tupper -- just found the following great link on that English fella from the 1930's.http://www.victorhornetcomics.co.uk/tupper.html
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