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Re: The signature file/My two kopins
Hi ME, to answer your question, yes it definitely makes them more special to
me, and since there are only eight, it seemed a realistic goal. As to the
resale value, I don't plan on selling anything from my personal collection,
I will probably will it to one of my nephews.
btw, Didn't Ellison write " I have no mouth but I must scream "? That is a
great story. I haven't read any of his work in ages. Is he still writing or
is he retired?.
Mark Evanier wrote:
> On Sat, 21 Aug 1999 02:58:10 -0500, Groosum
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Well, I'm guilty. Before I discovered the groop, the only way I could
> >obtain Sergios' sig. was to buy it, usually off of eBay. My most
> >cherished pieces in my collection are the ones that are signed, and I
> >have bought them all. I live in the middle of nowhere, about 80 miles
> >from the closest comic shop of any repute, and my best source of books
> >is from eBay. I have purchased Buzz & Bell and Smokehouse 5/ both with
> >signatures and sketches. I have also bought Groo PC #'s 1,3,8 with
> >signatures and am planning on building an entire signed set of the PC
> >issues. There is a limit as to how much stuff a person can mail to ME
> >and ask for him and Sergio to sign, so I and people like myself rely on
> >lowlife like promoman to get me what I want for my collection. Not that
> >I would pay $10 for that card, but I did and will pay good $$$ for any
> >book/item that I deem worthy of adding to my collection.
> ME: Just out of curiosity...what is the appeal of a signed set of
> comics? Do you think it will make the books more valuable for resale
> at some point in the future? Do you just think it makes the books
> more special?
> I run into people who have every issue of GROO and they want them all
> signed. This, I don't get. I have every book Harlan Ellison has
> written but, even though he's been a close friend for 30 years, I
> don't think I have more than one or two of them signed.
> Mark Evanier
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