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Michael R. Wagner

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  1. Steve, I think the four parts that apply are Dlx 1/HC (1st printing). Based on your explanation, the limited-release signed version would not be listed separate from the unsigned version. This doesn't sound right, though.
  2. The "Crisis on Infinite Earths" title includes a copy Bk 1/HC, described as a hardcover edition in a silver-colored slipcover with a the title foil-stamped on the front of the slipcase. I have this copy, but mine is the autographed version. The six contributing creators of the series signed 2,500 numbered copies, released by Dynamic Forces, Inc. w/ each copy accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. I'm guessing that unsigned copies were also released, which leads to my question. Assuming there are unsigned copies in circulation, should the limited edition signed version be listed separately in the database? I think this has been the practice with other such signed versions. If so, what should the item # be? Seems like the unsigned version would be Bk 1/HC-A and the signed version Bk 1/HC-B. r/Mike
  3. You can also set your wallpaper to scroll randomly through a folder of covers. I change it from time to time to a particular title's covers. You could use CB's existing cover folders or create one that contains only specific covers you want to see.
  4. Thanks, Steve. For some reason (to be solved), that title isn't in my database; it sounds like the right one, though. Maybe it'll show up with my next update. And, yes, I think the two $39.99 issues under the "Death of Superman" title should be under the title you described. Thanks! r/Mike
  5. The database has an issue Bk 1/HC ($39.99) and an issue Bk 1/B ($39.99) - no cover scans are available, but these look like the same book. There is no cardstock cover w/ a gatefold ($10.99), nor is there a copy of the same book sealed in a black bag w/ the dripping red S on the front. I'd like to add these, but I think they should be titled "The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special" and separate from the "Death of Superman" title that it appears they're going to be under. These are not reprints of the trade paperback that is the issue of the "Death of Superman" title. Thoughts?
  6. I was updating this series in my database and noticed that the cover image for issue 1 is actually the cover for issue 2. I tried to upload the correct cover for issue 1, but since my image is smaller than the file in the db, it wouldn't go. I've attached it here. -Mike
  7. Just FYI, it's a one-shot series. Length of time in the db notwithstanding, we're talking about a title that carries only a single issue. Forgive my ignorance, but I don't see a ripple effect that is magnified by years of existence.
  8. Looking at my copy of Sergio Massacres Marvel (one-shot, June 1996), I see that the database lists the title as "Sergio Aragones Massacres Marvel" - presumably because these words happen to be printed across the top of the cover. The correct title, as it appears in the indicia, is "Sergio Massacres Marvel." Any chance this can be corrected? r/ Mike
  9. So, HC - will the indicia rule be applied or will this be another exception?
  10. The cover text and the indicia both show the title of "Dark Crisis" to be "Dark Crisis On Infinite Earths" - any chance of making this correction in the database? r/ MikeW
  11. Glad to hear it, Mark. One of the things I've always liked about Comicbase is being able to tweak the database to match my wants/needs.
  12. If memory serves, you can create those grading categories and assign values to them, based on the assigned NM value. Then, when the NM value fluctuates, your self-created category values will also fluctuate accordingly.
  13. "Three Dimensional Adventures" should be retitled to "Three-Dimension Adventures" to match the title of the book. r/ MikeW
  14. Good catch. I ran a search for "Oreo" and another for "giveaway" but neither produced this issue. I saw it, but ignored it since the issue designation identified it as a 2nd printing. The issue type should also be changed from "regular" to "giveaway."
  15. I would say it's not in the database yet. It should be under the ongoing title "Detective Comics" with a modified issue number to distinguish it as a giveaway copy of #27. Overstreet lists it in the Promotional section of the guide (page 290 in the 51st edition, i.e., the 2021-22 edition) with 1984 as its publishing date. Assuming this is the copy you're seeking, you could create the issue and then upload it for review so that it can be added to the master database. r/ Mike
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