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Gregory Hecht

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  1. For the comic title The Lonely War of Willy Schultz, the currency listed in the database is CAD. Ordinarily, that would make sense since the publisher Avalon was based in Canada. However, the cover price for each of the issues explicitly states "$2.95 US" so the currency should be changed from CAD to USD. I haven't checked whether this is also true for other Avalon issues, but it wouldn't surprise me if it were true for at least some of them.
  2. I recommend contacting CB support via email for telephone. They are probably in the best position to take a look at your account and help you out.
  3. Lack of a UPC isn't necessarily an indicator that the newsstand and direct versions should be listed has separate variants. (Some direct sales issues of Kitty Pryde & Wolverine don't have a UPC, for instance.) However, if there is a difference in the printed cover prices, then there should definitely be separate entries for those issues.
  4. This week's update added the Comic Book title Fantomesuqe. Should that actually be listed as Fantomesque ? Also added was Incredible Hulk By Byrne and Casey Omnibus. Should that actually be listed as Incredible Hulk by Byrne and Casey Omnibus ?
  5. You mean "Silent Tales" right? (But yes, it looks like "DC Speechless" should be deleted)
  6. I think that the answer is generally not. They do pull from Heritage Auctions and from Atomic Avenue. However, if you see an item that is not priced accurately in the database, you can use the "check price" function in the database and point to sold eBay items as evidence that an adjustment is needed.
  7. This week's content update added the comic book title Mark Schultz: Carbon. This is a duplication of the book title of the same name. The #5 HC item under the book title should be moved to the comic book title and then the new comic book title should be deleted. Also added was the magazine title After Hours (Fantaco). The issue published under this title is actually a facsimile edition of the first issue of the After Hours magazine published by Warren (although the indicia states Jay Publications... I'm guessing that was a precursor or subsidiary of what would become Warren Publishing). I don't think it makes sense for facsimile editions to get their own title. I suggest the following: • Creation of the title After Hours (Jay) or After Hours (Warren) in the magazine category [If I had to pick, I would suggest the former over the latter] • Move the existing issue of After Hours (Fantaco) to the new After Hours title as issue #1 (2nd print) [and include a note that the issue was published by Fantaco] • Delete the After Hours (Fantaco) title
  8. To add a new item, create the issue in your database. If you have a scan of the item, add that to the appropriate image folder. Then proceed with the instructions at the link in your post. The mobile app isn't set up for submitting corrections or additions to Human Computing. It's really only intended to allow users to see what issues are included in the master database and to see which of those items are in stock in your database(s).
  9. Orders for the Time^2 Omnibus have been cancelled by the publisher, so this title should be removed from the database. (I'm hoping that this gets resolicited, but I don't know one way or the other if that is the plan.)
  10. That's a good point... it could prevent future submissions undoing this correction and save the editorial team some trouble.
  11. Note that although Bill Mantlo is credited in Strange Tales (2nd series) #7 as the writer of the Cloak & Dagger story, it turns out that Peter Gillis wrote both stories in that issue ("Writer credit corrected in the letters page of issue #10.") Bill Mantlo's name should be removed from the writer credits of that issue.
  12. I think that the current editorial policy in general is to use A/B etc for variants now as much as possible for new publications, and to avoid the more specialized designations like DM that were created at a time when variants were much less common.
  13. This is still hanging around. The title Time 2: The Stisfaction of Black Mariah should be removed.
  14. For situations like this, it is always a good idea to see how items are cataloged in HC's master database, i.e., check to see how things are indexed on Atomic Avenue. (That doesn't solve the AST by LW & BW mystery, but for most cases it does help you see if HC is cataloging items in a way that differs from one's own personal database.)
  15. I have a copy of TPB 2 (I received it and HC 1 from the recent Zoop campaign), but I haven't had a chance yet to scan it or enter any of the info into my database for submission. I will try to get to that this week.
  16. One of last week's content updates added the title Dan Panosian: Urban Barbarian Collected Works. A couple of notes on this: • The indicia uses a dash rather than a colon. • The database lists a single item under this title, an unnumbered hardcover. Although it is true that the hardcover doesn't bear a volume number, there is also a "volume 2" for this title that is a trade paperback. So I am proposing that what is currently listed as "HC" under this title be changed to "HC 1" and that "TPB 2" be added.
  17. X-Factor by Peter David Omnibus #3/HC and #3-A have been cancelled. They'll be resolicited, but since details can change between now and the resolicit, it would be best to delete these listings from the database for now.
  18. Gateway City Book #2 and Gateway City Quarterly Book #2 are the same item. Not completely sure which one should be deleted. The indicia for the item calls it "Gateway City." I am pretty sure that the contents include material from Gateway City Quarterly, but I also think that the Quarterly issues include material that isn't in the books. My tentative suggestion is the delete the book from the Gateway City Quarterly title, but would appreciate input from anybody who has a better knowledge as to how the content of the Quarterly compares to the books.
  19. This probably isn't a new item from this week's content update, but it is something that I noticed when looking through the 3/24 update file posted at the CB homepage: The database includes the title Carl Barks Comic and Stories Original Art Edition to the Books category. Two comments on this: 1. Based on the cover, this looks like it should be titled Carl Barks Comics and Stories Original Art Edition [note the "s" in "Comics"] 2. The title description indicates that this includes the original art for nine complete comic stories. That means this should really go into the Comics category, yes?
  20. For five typical US floppies, the weight would be too much for First Class Mail, so AA will calculate shipping for that order as a US Priority Mail flat rate envelope shipment. Presently that costs $9.65, so AA charges $10.15 so that the seller can cover their shipping costs *plus* the costs of bags, boards, sealing tape, etc for your order. The above assumes that all five comics come from the same seller. If those comics all come from different sellers, then you kind of have to expect that each of those sellers is entitled to s&h reimbursement, yes? A reminder that US postal regulations explicitly exclude comic books from being eligible for Media Mail. I know a lot of sellers use it, but postal inspectors can (and sometimes do) inspect the contents of Media Mail packages... if they believe that the contents don't meet the regs for Media Mail, they will send it along to the recipient as a "postage due" package. (Yes, it does happen... last month I was the recipient for a vendor's package that shipping comics via Media Mail and I had to pay a hefty postage due bill to get my package.)
  21. This week's update added Time 2: The Stisfaction of Black Mariah to the Comics category. Not only is this title poorly spelled and formatted (there should be no space between "Time" and "2" b/c the two is actually superscripted in the title [to be read as "Time Squared"]), but it is also a duplicate of First Graphic Novel Book #12.
  22. So you think that the issue should be Moon Knight Annual Annual #1?
  23. This update added the following title to Books that should probably have gone into Comics: Blondie: 100 Selected Top Laughs of America’s Best Loved Comic The title Die Flusse von London was added as a Comic title. That should really be indexed as Flusse von London, Die Just to verify: does Sh*t the Dog Poster Magazine contain comics or just pin-ups/posters? Also, does the actual title include an asterisk or not? (The scan on this webpage would suggest that it does not.) What is the CB policy on this sort of thing? (Similar question for Sick-Sh*t... based on the scan in CB for this title, there is no asterisk.)
  24. Bleeding Cool recently listed some items solicited by Marvel long ago but which have never been published. Most of these are not in the database, but a couple still are and should be deleted: • Marvel Monograph: The Art of Leinl Francis Yu • Luke Cage; City on Fire
  25. I may be wrong on this, but I think that the updates generally do NOT make changes of the sort you are asking about.
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