In my last journal entry, I spoke to my plans to target Batman #189 for the Rogues Gallery.
Well, I did it. Ages ago, actually (in mid-May with an early June delivery)... But it turns out I am terrible at making time to update my journal and my registry sets.
I absolutely LOVE this book. I have to thank @Wall-Crawler for spotting it over at @gregreece's and letting me know. #Legend.
This is exactly what I was after - a mid-grade book that presents beautifully. I could sit here
In my first journal post, I wrote what I collect and why... Today's post is all about the latest mail call: Teen Titans (vol 6) #12 - the first full appearance of the Batman Who Laughs. While this is not even close to being the first Bat villain book in my collection (like I said, that set needs a lot of love), it's the first one that I've purchased since really embracing my primary focus.
(The image looks a little "weird" - I took it on an angle and then flattened it using Genius Sc
In terms of collecting focuses, I guess mine are probably fairly common.
1. I'm just setting off on the journey to build a high-grade competitive registry set for The Joker (1975), called "Eat Your Hearts Out!". Even though this run has only a fist-full of books in it, I expect that it will take some time (and even more luck) to complete in high grade. The census numbers for 9.8's across the set are both dauntingly, and excitingly, low.
2. For fun, I am collecting The Joker vol 2 (202