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Alan DeCamp

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  1. This issue: https://atomicavenue.com/issue/913074/Captain-Marvel-11th-Series-2B according to the description, and bar code, is the same as this issue: https://atomicavenue.com/issue/913076/Captain-Marvel-11th-Series-2D Issue 2-D needs to be deleted
  2. Then you have the enhanced cover signed. CB will allow it to be entered as a variant due to the COA.
  3. This is the regular non-enhanced issue: https://atomicavenue.com/issue/254992/Batman-500 and this is the enhanced cover: https://atomicavenue.com/issue/234041/Batman-500CS Also, if the cover is already in the system, just having a signature should not make it a variant, COA or no COA. This is something I have said in the past and I think it really needs to be addressed again. Anyone can print a COA on their computer. If the cover is EXCLUSIVE to the signature then it would be a variant, but just a cover (Book) that has been signed, does not a variant make.
  4. Allegiance Arts and Entertainment is a new comic company started by Mitch and Elizabeth Breitweiser and David Martin. They had an Indiegogo.com Campaign that included the first issue of three titles. Each are called "Founder's Edition". They have a contract with Wal-Mart to sell them in all Wal-Mart stores starting May 5, 2020. The three titles are:. The Futurists Norah's Saga Bass Reeves I submitted them as new titles and each issue as "SE 1", or Special Edition 1, because all three books say "Founder's Edition" in the indicia and will probably be reprinted when they art sold in the stores.
  5. The image is correct for the regular edition book. The special edition had the "Swinging" cover. The one you have is probably a Dynamic forces signed copy. Regular issues do not come already signed.
  6. The small diamond usually meant Direct Distribution, the large diamond was definitely Whitman (But later they just used Direct Distribution copies with the small diamond), then Marvel went to the "M" for direct Distribution.
  7. The G.I. Joe book is probably the 2nd print because the Direct Market editions changed to the "M" logo after the "Diamond", since the 2nd print would be solicited later, the change was probably made.
  8. Why does this issue have an "A" variant instead of just a "regular" issue? https://atomicavenue.com/title/64446/Batman-the-Caped-Crusader-Giant As far as I know, it is a Target Exclusive one-shot with only one cover.
  9. Woo-Hoo! My submissions totals are BACK! Thanks ComicBase!
  10. Thanks Mark. It started around the time I was Beta testing CB2020.
  11. Well, I'm sure that there is nothing I have to post that is worth being on the forums anyway. While I have your attention Mark, why are my submission totals no longer on the list?
  12. Yes, I know that the posts are archived, it's just weird seeing only TWO current posts. I suppose that the archived number is not compatible with the new format. Still not understanding why my submission history is gone.
  13. Okay, now all of my posting history on the forums seems to have vanished (only shows TWO posts) along with my submissions history. I am using the SAME username. What is going on?
  14. A signature should not make the book a variant unless the cover was ONLY available signed. If the cover is available unsigned and you have one with a signature, the "notes" section should state the information about the signature. It should NOT be considered a variant whether it has a COA or not.
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