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Lance Fittro

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  1. Similar issue that I noticed for the mini-series The Shadow Glass from Dark Horse. Originally intended and solicited as a 6-issue mini-series, they ceased physical publication after issue #3, published individual issues #4, 5 and 6 digitally, and then produced a physical TPB of containing all 6 issues. I added notes this morning to issues 4, 5 and 6 to indicate they were only published digitally (I believe through Comixology, but not sure about other outlets, so just left as "Only published digitally" in Notes). In retrospect though, perhaps those existing individual issue entries in the datab
  2. I noticed yesterday that after downloading the update, giving it time to parse out the new Item Description fields from the Notes, and downloading the latest content update, that I was getting some odd returns for an Advanced Search for a cover artist where many of the results returned did not have a cover artist listed at all. I wound up exiting out of the program, then opened it back up and tried again, after which everything has worked as usual without the odd search results. Not saying that is the definite cure for your ills, or offering any reasoning as to why it worked, but that is what
  3. Looks like the same Women of Power variant cover is showing for 6/A and 6/C (artist attribution is correct for the 6/C listing)
  4. Steven, this is great! Sorry I didn't see this before derailing Pete in today's livestream, but I really appreciate you putting this together.
  5. The title "It's Not Quite Malibu" in CB appears to be a duplicate of the title "Cavewoman: It's Not Quite Malibu" but without the cover images.
  6. While I see a lot of examples of saved searches, which does help, I'd like to restate Greg's original request for a resource that explains the basic syntax for the Advanced Search. Some of the fields are more intuitive as to how to search on them than others. I don't have a specific search that I'm trying to accomplish at the moment, but would like to have a sort of instruction manual for how to use the tool handy when the need arises.
  7. There appear to be two convention variants for G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #180: one G.I. Joe Convention version, and one specific to SDCC, with the only apparent difference being the name badge artwork. This observation is based only on available images online though, as I do not have either version in hand:
  8. CB is showing entries for Starchild: Mythopolis #5 and 6 which were unfortunately never published. The other issues listed (0, 1, 2, 3, 4) are the only ones published for this aborted series from 1997-1998.
  9. And a couple of follow-up items for the NFT discussion from a few weeks ago, and whether/how it would affect comics collecting: https://www.marvel.com/articles/gear/marvel-and-veve-collaborate-to-offer-digital-collectibles-experience-for-marvel-fans-worldwide https://www.macroverse.com/ is a new platform for the creation and distribution of creator-owned NFT comics
  10. Out of curiosity, have you guys developed a strategy yet for Kickstarter / Indigogo / etc comics projects as far as determining if/when projects that are fully-funded are actually fulfilled, how those are dated in the database, and how to handle covers which may differ from the preview art shown for the campaign? Info on "funded" projects that may or may not have made it into the real world seems tough to come by. Perhaps showing them with "Preliminary Artwork" on the covers, as with Diamond issues that have been solicited but not yet printed? Entering issues once I have them in hand is one th
  11. Where can I get that "pink ribbon" graphic used to cover the naughty bits on some of the more revealing covers? I'd like to be able to pre-censor when uploading cover scans in case the revelations are overlooked by the CB editorial staff.
  12. Looks like the series Brotherman published by Big City Comics has duplicate entries under the title "Brotherman" and with the subtitle "Brotherman: Dictator of Discipline." I have no issues in hand to be able to verify which is accurate per the indicia.
  13. Both issues #2 (regular and hardcover) covers shown in CB for this title are the covers of the 2nd prose novel in this series (same name and author, but all text, no comics). The GN version, which appears to be the same for both the softcover and hardcover, is attached. I attempted to upload through the program, but the cover scan was not accepted, presumably because the current master db image is larger.
  14. Thank you for that tip! That does seem to have removed the Previews Catalog scans from the mix-up (by eliminating them from the download), although I did still spot a few other magazine titles routed to the wrong publishers. Still seems to only be affecting magazines, and as before, if I go to the individual entries in ComicBase, highlight the issue, and use Download Cover from the drop-down menu, it downloads to the correct folder:
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