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Sounds promising, Afghanan. Unfortunately American comics are harder to find online as they aren't fan-translated.
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I have the first punisher comic and the second one as well. I use to go around in the 90's buying first eidtion comics which also include some DC, Marvel and Dark horse comics. I also have the first Alien and Alien vs. Predator. I have photographed some of my comics so as soon as I can download it onto the CD I can make the attempt to put them here.

My favorite is an old 60's comic I came across- Marvel ocmics Wonderman. Ssdly, the character dies in the first issue so apparently it did not go anywhere till... in the 90's Marvel published, What if Wonderman had not dies.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Afghanan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Apr-2009 at 17:30
Originally posted by Reginmund Reginmund wrote:

Sounds promising, Afghanan. Unfortunately American comics are harder to find online as they aren't fan-translated.
 
I would suggest buying it.  It is only $10 American.
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cahaya Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Apr-2009 at 17:26
I collect some comics...

Shin Chan - I have a quite number of this comic as my collection.



I have most of the Shin Chan the Movie collections. Really cool Big smile

Dragon Ball - My first and only complete comic collection.




Samurai X - I only collect a few of this comic. I think the animation version is better.




Naruto - Same case as Samurai X. I bought only few of this comic. Prefer the animation version. Have the 1 - 3 season CD collections. Anybody who has other seasons? Like to share?? Tongue




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote eaglecap Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Apr-2009 at 20:26
I have this one in my collection


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also these two


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I am partial to Zap Comix with R. Crumb...very funny
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I collect Teen Titans comics Old and New.  I love most of DC comics.  Though I'm not really current with anything other then Teen Titans :)

I'm not a huge fan of Manga compared to Anime, but I do have the complete Manga series of Escaflowne and Cardcaptor Sakura :D

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About twelve years ago, I used to have every number of ''Mikijev Zabavnik'', (a children's magazine full of Disney comics; today I read ''Politikin Zabavnik'' - more educational, but with less comics, including the short ones, like ''Garfield'' or ''Hägar the Horrible'' and longer ones, who are usually divided into 4 or 5 chapters, but sometimes are really good like Goscinny's ''Iznogoud'' or Marini's ''Le Scorpion'': http://www.le-scorpion.com/ ...set in the 18th century Europe, mostly Rome; also, there was once a really excellent one about ''Divina Commedia'') ''Asterix'' and ''Lucky Luke''. ''Asterix'' was actually one of the things that made me like history, but dislike Rome, even to this day. There was also a series of excellent historical graphic novels, but somehow I was able to find only two, one about life of Alexander The Great, and one about Odysseus. I also absolutely loved ''Conan The Barbarian''.

Today, I like reading ''Corto Maltese'', Neil Gaiman's ''The Sandman'', Frank Miller's ''Sin City'', and a bunch of other stuff.

I read manga too, like ''Naruto'', ''Kurokami'', and especially ''Historie'' (about Eumenes, somebody already mentioned it).

You can find it here, together with lots of other mangas.

http://www.onemanga.com/Historie/

Although, it's coming out rather irregularly. For instance, I just noticed that the new chapter came out.

I used to read superheroes comics too, but somehow I don't really like superheroes anymore.

I don't know if someone here has ever heard of, but there used to be a couple of Italian comics who were extremely popular in the former Yugoslavia, like ''Martin Mystère'', ''Zagor'', and especially, ''Dylan Dog'', and ''Alan Ford''.

http://privateaddison.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/dylandog2.jpg

http://pixhost.eu/avaxhome/2006-11-24/AlanFord_041_orig.jpg

Recently, I started ''Bič Božji'' (The Scourge of God). Graphic novel, made by a French Valérie Mangin, and a Serb Aleksa Gajić. It's basically Huns and Romans in outer space.

http://heavyink.com/images/covers/NOV08/MNOV082346.JPG

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Peder Madsens comic books about the old Norse gods, Valhall (Valhalla), are very good, I have the first ones and I plan too get the whole series. :
 
 
 
 
 
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I have numerous first timers from about 1993-94 so I will check eBay and see what they are worth and may sell the ones who bring a good price but if the price is too low then I will hold on to them longer. I have a really old Marvel which is only is good condition and not mint. I the first and last Wonderman- he dies in it.

I once met someone who told me he had original DC and Marvel comics from the late 30's and 40's such as the first Super man. He went into the military and begged his mother not to throw them away but she did not listen and threw them in the trash bin. I hope someone retrieved them. I wish I could go to a garage sale and buy old comics like this from some clueless person-

Someone I know has some Marvel comics from WWII and they really demonized the NAZI and Japanese enemy. The Japs always had buck teeth and slanted eyes but this comic lost its cover so it was worth nothing. Without the original cover comics are not worth anything at all.
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