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Adam Sternberg

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  1. @Andrew d’Entremont, I recently also had a problem with things were showing up in the unrecognized report that had been addressed. The solution was a full Update Lists reindexing, so you may want to do that as well.
  2. Do they really form a cohesive picture together, or are they just thematically the same?
  3. I've done it and rebuilt basically everything but pictures. Now, the waiting game... (for the update, that is).
  4. @Gregory Hecht, that's the crazy thing. The title with the extra space before the ellipsis is either inaccessible or non-existent. The only place I see it is in the Unknown Comics report.
  5. I'm going to try a full rebuild lists and see if that helps. One thought occurs to me is that I think the issue had been marked Wanted, with Wanted issues set to automatically add to my AA want list, but the issue transferred titles. I don't see it in my wish list, but it wouldn't surprised me if something got out of whack in the back end. I do have some new issues behaving the same way, only these issues have a UPC, and when I search on it, I get a bad search result, and clicking on it takes me to some seemingly random title:
  6. No, it goes to the title with no space No, the issue in question has quantity 0, although the other issue in this title has qty > 0 Just the one title (without the ellipsis) shows up:
  7. Well, that's even stranger! That's how it's listed in the Unknown report, but in my database itself, there's no space between them.
  8. I keep getting Little Lulu and Tubby at Summer Camp (Marge’s …) 2 flagged as an unknown issue, even though it's in the master database and on Atomic Avenue (https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/1219591/1/Little-Lulu-and-Tubby-at-Summer-Camp-Margersquoshellip-2). Any thoughts why it keeps getting flagged and what I can do to fix it?
  9. Street Date should be a good indication of what Fred is looking for (that's the calendar date a book is released, not to be confused w/ Cover Date). However, I've often seen that when an issue is delayed, that field doesn't get updated, so it's only about 95% accurate, I'd say.
  10. I noticed that the numbering for Action Comics 1050 and its multitude of variant covers went from 1050 to 1050/D (skipping 1050/A, 1050/B, and 1050/C). Also, the UPCs went from 76194134388405011 to 76194134388405041 (skipping ...21 and ...31). The implication is that either 1050 should really be 1050/A, or the UPCs just don't match up with the issue variants. Is it possible to get the numbering/UPCs fixed, for the sake of data integrity?
  11. @Randall J. Paske, I'm sorry if you thought I was blaming you (or anyone); that wasn't my intent. Just trying to add some potential background on what may have happened. Mark Castaneda, I propose this title change as Gregory suggests and use "Grampa" instead of "Gramdpa" (and how can I tag you anyway; your name never shows up in the '@' dropdown for me! 😆)
  12. This had been in the database as Simpsons One-Shot Wonders: Grandpa; I suspect that someone inadvertently made a typo when editing and it got submitted as a correction? The Grand Comics Database agrees with you, @Gregory Hecht: Simpsons One-Shot Wonders: Grampa
  13. Thanks, Steven. Interesting that they'd be 2nd and 3rd printings listed as variant covers in the book itself, but Marvel's good at following the standard UPC format, so I guess it is what it is.
  14. The issue of Amazing Spider-Man that came out this past Wednesday (Nov. 23, 2022) has a number of variant cover artists listed in the issue that aren't in the variations in the latest content update. The following combos are missing: Kyle Hotz (colored by Dan Brown) Design cover by Ed McGuinness Ed McGuinness (colored by Marcio Menyz) Since I don't have those issues, I can't determine which should be added or corrected to the database, and I'm listing them here for adjudication and correction. I did note that there's a listing for a variant cover by John Romita Jr. that is not listed in the issue as well as a number of other covers that look to be some kind of exclusives. Thank you, Adam
  15. A related trick I use is to CTRL-C/CTRL-V the UPC number into the Find box, since that will take you directly to the issue itself.
  16. Mark, I've submitted the corrections for the B&V Friends Forever titles (Archie and Friends was already done). I did note that B&V Friends Forever: Halloween Spooktacular was not yet deleted as a title
  17. @Mark J. Castaneda, this could actually be a good candidate for one of the new CB2023 features...
  18. Mark, I'm happy to work on the data submissions this weekend.
  19. I don't have them easily accessible, but I believe there was a title change with issue 4 and that issues 1-3 were indeed Dark Crisis.
  20. It does, actually. I think it lends credence to getting rid of the "one-shots" and keeping them under the one title.
  21. I believe this issue (https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/965474/1/The-New-Science-Fair-Story-of-ElectronicsmdashThe-Discovery-that-Changed-the-World-1983) to be the same as Story of Electronics—The Discovery that Changed the World! #1983 (https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/319866/1/Story-of-ElectronicsmdashThe-Discovery-that-Changed-the-World-1983). I think this one should be removed in favor of the Story of Electronics one.
  22. I don't believe this issue (https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/991108/1/Red-Hood-53 ) actually exists. It's not listed in the Grand Comics Database (https://www.comics.org/series/166928/). I think this should be removed from the database.
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