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    I was lucky to find one Joshua , only seen a few in recent years and they were rough and pricey .

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    Hi, Deviates, what are those 3 huge Batman books that you have? Custom-made or actually on sale?

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    Fack yes. Got my bookcase set up, just getting 'her' ready xDDDD
    That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, the happy highways where I went and cannot come again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanim View Post
    Hi, Deviates, what are those 3 huge Batman books that you have? Custom-made or actually on sale?
    They're actually storage cases for single issue comics from a company called Volstor. Not a fan of long boxes and these were the best option I could find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deviates View Post


    What is that Batman stuff on the bottom left?

    [edit:] Nevermind, I see you've already answered that question.
    Last edited by ohmshalone; 05-11-2014 at 01:33 PM.
    An unabashed DC Fanboy (who gives Marvel credit where credit is due).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohmshalone View Post
    What is that Batman stuff on the bottom left?
    They're storage boxes for single issue comics made by Volstor, the Batman spine is just decoration.

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    My turn

    Top of my shelf:
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    Marvel shelf:
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    TPB/small books shelf:
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    Continued..

    Batman/Hellboy (part 1) and Misc. shelf:
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    Vault shelf and big book shelf:
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    Wall o' art:
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    Last one:
    Signed jersey I've had forever and Venom bank:
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    And the wifey's stack of books (just getting her into them now):
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    Looking good gearsofcrabs . The venom banks are neat . I bought the iron man and thor cheap busts . I started my wife on a few books too . Got her some revolution rock n roll comics on Led Zeppelin .

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    Great collection gearsofcrabs, I really liked what you did with the bottle of wine, I bet Mike would be impressed to see his work displayed that way (and now I'm sad I couldn't get my hand on one of those).

    On a side note, if your wife is starting to get into comics and since I see some superhero stuff there I suggest you offer her a copy of Thor: The Might Avenger complete collection (by Chris Samnee and Roger Langridge). It's really a great all genders, all ages book with something that appeals to everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radjack View Post
    Great collection gearsofcrabs, I really liked what you did with the bottle of wine, I bet Mike would be impressed to see his work displayed that way (and now I'm sad I couldn't get my hand on one of those).

    On a side note, if your wife is starting to get into comics and since I see some superhero stuff there I suggest you offer her a copy of Thor: The Might Avenger complete collection (by Chris Samnee and Roger Langridge). It's really a great all genders, all ages book with something that appeals to everyone!
    Yeah I was luck to have just moved to Washington before they released it, was my 5th anniversary gift from the wifey. I wish he had numbered the bottles since supposedly only 60 of them were signed, but now there's really no way of knowing. We were actually at the LCS the other day trying to find her some Thor (she likes the movies) but came up empty handed. Might show her this. Any other recommendations for a movielike Thor?
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    Thor by JMS and the God Butcher/Godbomb arcs of the Marvel Now series are fantastic and highly recommended.

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    Feeling pretty jealous of all your setups right now. I'm just getting started collecting and I'm kind of on a budget. Maybe someday my setup will look like yours too!!

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