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    COMIC BOOK HISTORIAN dogwelder's Avatar
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    why don't we take a week and to some inventory of the books we wanna trade i'd like a 50-60 comic trade...kinda keep the postage down in stead of small packages

    i pretty much have all my comics in order by company, alphabetically, then numerical. i can it done by sunday or monday

    JUST A THOUGHT!

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    Good idea, Dogwelder. Can someone post a short description of how to use Dropbox? I think that may be the best way to share.
    Anyway, it is cool for you to acquire acrimony of crumbling time on blast this website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogwelder View Post
    https://www.dropbox.com/

    i just watched this video...it seems like a nice way to share your files between your computers at work and home or wherever......but if you have a flash drive that would do just as well.
    With dropbox, though, you can share your files with everybody.

    It's quite simple; there's a folder in dropbox called "Public." You just put your file in there and when you right click on it, it provides a link so anybody can download it (select dropbox -> copy public link).

    For example, this is my current checklist: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/108676143/C...0Checklist.doc

    I don't have a list at the moment of what I have available for trade, however.
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    COMIC BOOK HISTORIAN dogwelder's Avatar
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    do you need microsoft office for this???
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    I suspect Open Office files would be fine. www.openoffice.org
    Anyway, it is cool for you to acquire acrimony of crumbling time on blast this website.
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    oy vey.....i'm so far behind with all this stuff...
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    Just got a package of lovely four color adventures of the likes of Tarzan, Flash Gordon, Conan, Corum and Cormac mac Art from Scott Harris. No photo at the moment but a shout out of thanks to Scott for some fun books.
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    I just sent off a parcel to MRP and Aaron king. Enjoy the books.
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    I'd like to thank Dogwelder for the Astonishing Tales with Deathlok that I received today!
    Anyway, it is cool for you to acquire acrimony of crumbling time on blast this website.
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    No photo yet, but detailing what I got form Scott

    Tarzan
    #55 (from Dell)-instantly became the oldest comic I own...
    #188 & 196 from Gold Key
    #210, 217 and 228 (DC) all three with gorgeous Kubert covers, and I have been on a big Kubert kick lately so loved seeing those

    Conan the Barbarian
    105, 215, 216, Annual 3

    Cormac mac Art (Dark Horse)
    2, 3 (I totally missed these Robert E. Howard adaptations when they came out so this was my first glimpse of them, and they look good)

    Flash Gordon (DC)
    1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 (I vaguely remember Jurgens version as fun but not overly faithful and had been curious to reread it, and had tracked down only #2 late last year, now thanks to Scott I am only missing 1)

    Chronicles of Corum
    4, 6-11 (Moorcock featuring Mignola covers on all, Mignola interiors inked by Kelly Jones on a handful of issues and Guice with Jones one some of the later-with another artist mixed in here and there (Ken Hooper). Mike Baron did the adaptation except for the last few issues.

    So all in all some great stuff here and once again thanks to Scott.

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    Just got packages from Aaron King and Roquefort Raider this morning, so sending a shout out of thanks. I will detail contents later.

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    Ok detailing the goodies that arrived today....

    From Roquefort Raider:
    Conan the Barbarian #92 (this adpats the L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter story entitled "The Thing in the Crypt, which is the first prose Conan story I ever read as it is the first story in the first Ace paperback Conan collection, which was my first Conan book. Excited to read this adaptation).

    Savage Sword of Conan: 77, 114, 119, 143, 144, 159, 160, 166, 168, 169, 182, and 192

    over in the From the Sorcerer's Scroll thread were were talking about Jusko covers, and 4 of these 12 feature Jusko covers.

    my favorite of the Jusko covers was this one from #143

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    but may favorite overall cover of the bunch was this one from #114

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    as I am a huge fan of the imagery of the Vedic and Hindu deities.

    From Aaron King the goodies included

    Adam Stange (Planet Heist) #1-8 by Andy Diggle and Pasqual Ferry
    Kobra #1 (more Kirby goodness)
    and Master of Kung Fu 27, 57, and 125, moving me just a tad closer to completing that run, but I still have a little ways to go.

    Thanks again to both of these fine gentlemen for adding to the comic joy in my life.

    -M
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    I received four issues of Dr. Strange from MRP today, including the last two I needed to complete my vol. 2 run of #1-81. Thanks!
    At last, Boy Comics finally gets its own website!

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    I spent most of tonight going thru my dc comics.
    I have about 200 i would like to trade. will work on marvel tomorrow
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