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Also constantly picking up old limited runs.
I really really like the drawer boxes.
I like the drawers too. That would work well for me since we live in a cramped one bedroom apartment.
I like the look of the drawer boxes too.
I currently use the standard, top opening long boxes like this one...
And I can certainly see the benefit of having slide out draws. Especially if want to access comics in the boxes at the bottom of your stack. I also like the fact that you get four deviders with each box. Dividers are something I've often thought would be handy to have.
As for the Mill Cases, they look to me like something for comic collectors with too much money on their hands. I might be tempted to buy two or three to house some of my rarer or older comic books but I'm certainly not tempted to start housing my entire collection in them.
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What I want is a box that lets me open it and store comics on thier side and not the end. I don;'t know about you, but most beds are not tall enough to put a traditional longbox under. They sould fit if you put them on thier side though.
Sidelong boxes man... Sidelong.
Those drawer boxes look pretty nifty. If they were made out of curragated plastic they would be perfect.
The milcases look to be a little overkill. Those would be a waste of time for me since I don't have any comics from the silver age or earlier.
Yeah, I can't imagine those things lasting very long. Not with how often I rummage through my back issues. And those millcases are probably a waste of money for anything other than slightly more important books.Originally Posted by Generic Eric
Go !@#$ yourself.
I have a set of the drawer boxes. They're working much better than the longboxes did. I'll be getting a few more sets soon.
I'm not an investor, so the millcases are useless for me.
I like the millcases a whole lot. It looks fantastic in my bookshelf in the living room. I line them up beside my CD and DVD collection, so it is one continuous monument to entertainment. I do it more for aesthetics since my living room's basically an Ikea catalog.
If aesthetics and/or investment is not one of your concerns then I suppose it's not for you.
Millcases: too expensive.
Drawerboxes: I have several, but lately, I've noticed a problem with them. The sides are starting to bow, and I don't have much weight on them. The inner box that slides in/out isn't affected, but this will probably allow more dust inside. Also, their drawer nature doesn't work all that well.
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