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  1. Down the WARREN Rabbit Hole Updated

    It's ironic that the Warren magazines became my rabbit hole, because a warren is a place where rabbits live.   A warren is literally a rabbit hole.
    This gallery explores the depths of the Warren Publishing rabbit hole--excluding paperbacks, foreign versions and variants, and of course the four Warren pillars of Famous Monsters of Filmland, CREEPY, EERIE and VAMPIRELLA.   (I have other galleries for 3 of those 4, but don't hold your breath waiting for the Famous Monsters of Filmland gallery.)
    My plan is that eventually this gallery will contain every American version and variant of every other magazine title Warren ever produced:
    1984/1994 : #1 - #10/#11 - #29
    After Hours : #1 - #4
    Blazing Combat : #1 - #4
    Comix International : #1 - #5, #4b
    Famous Films : #1 - #3
    Favorite Westerns of Filmland/Wildest Westerns : #1 - #2/#3 - #6
    The GOBLIN : #1 - #3
    HELP! : #1 - #26 ( MISSING 12b )
    Monster World : #1 - #10
    Movie Specials:
           Alien
           Close Encounters of the Third Kind
           Famous Monsters Star Wars Spectacular
           The Lord of the Rings
           Meteor
           Moonraker
    On the Scene Presents Freak Out USA : #1 - #2
    On The Scene Presents Superheroes : #1
    The ROOK : #1 - #14
    Screen Thrills Illustrated : #1 - #10
    Spacemen : #1 - #8, 1965 Yearbook
    Special Editions:
           Flintstones at the New York World's Fair (1964) 25c
           Flintstones at the New York World's Fair (1964) 29c
           Flintstones at the New York World's Fair (1965)
           Heidi Saha
           House of Horror
            The Best of  Blazing Combat Anthology
           The Odd Comic World of Richard Corben
           The SPIRIT Special
           Tiny Tim
           VAMPIRELLA Special
    The SPIRIT : #1 - #16
    Teen Love Stories : #1 - #3
    Warren Presents:
           #1 UFO and Alien Comix
           #2 Future World Comix
           #3 Star Quest Comix
           #4 Galactic Wars Comix
           #5 Ring of the Warlords
           #6 The ROOK
           #7 Alien Invasion Comix
           #8 Movie Aliens Illustrated
           #9 Dracula '79
           #10 Strange Stories of Vampires Comix
           #11 Pantha
           #12 Empire Encounter Comix
           #13 Sword and Sorcery Comix
           #14 Rex Havoc
           Warren Presents Famous Monsters of Filmland 1981 Horror Movie Yearbook
           Warren Presents Famous Monsters of Filmland 1982 Film Fantasy Yearbook
           Warren Presents Famous Monsters of Filmland 1983 Film Fantasy Yearbook
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  2. Signed & Sketched books Updated

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  3. Petrifying Picto-Fiction Updated

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  4. Australian golden (and a few silver) age comics Updated

    A selection of Australian comics from 1938 - February 1966
    These are all from my collection. Most of them are reprints of American comics, but there are some Australian originals in here as well. Check out the Crimson Comet by Australian artist John Dixon - one of my favourites. The Silver Flash books have some great covers (and not so great interiors, but you're spared that here) and are well worth checking out.
    Australia used a British-style money system until February 1966. The prices translate roughly like this:
    6d = sixpence = 5c
    1/- = one shilling = 10c
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  5. Graded books submitted June 2022 Updated

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  6. Australian Disney Comics Updated

    Australia was a solid market for Disney comics for many years, and the local industry reprinted many issues here until imports replaced them in 1978. Many reprinted Dell/Gold Key comics from the US, but there are also lots of European stories from the 1960s and 1970s. Over the years there were lots of one-offs and specials, but the main series were:
    Donald Duck (2 series - D.D.# and later D.#)
    Film Preview (FP.# - the movie adapations
    Giant Series (G.# - sort of like Dell's Four Color series)
    Jumbo Series (like the Dell Giants J.#)
    Mickey Mouse (M.M.# and later M.#)
    Walt Disney Comics and Stories (No.#)
    You can see thumbnails of all 2,200 comics (!) at http://users. tpg .com.au/tonyivan/
    I thought some bigger scans of the ones I have might be nice to have on the web as well.
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  7. Non-Marvel CGCs Updated

    Non-Marvel books I bought graded over the years
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  8. Marvel CGCs Updated

    Graded books I purchased
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  9. Other Warranted Warrenesque Warrenness Updated

    Ok, this will likely be my last gallery--I promise--unless I come into a great deal of money and decide to take on Famous Monsters of Filmland after all!
    Barring that, this gallery displays those books in my collection that aren't strictly Warren publications, but which wouldn't exist without the Warren publications that came before them.   In many cases, they provide a forum for several of the same writers and artists that worked on the Warren magazines and characters (although I'm not sure what Harris was thinking with their incarnation of The ROOK).
    With all of the authentic Warren magazines being 40-65 years old now, and many of them showing their age, it's kind of refreshing to see some pristine modern work from the same contributors--chief among them Kelly, Sanjulian, and Frazetta, among whom the first six covers of Warrant's The CREEPS are distributed equally.
    I have posted the Harris issues of the original Warren runs (CREEPY #146 and VAMPIRELLA #113) both here--as they are not actually Warren publications--and in the CREEPY and VAMPIRELLA galleries--as they both fit naturally into those native numbering sequences, and were released relatively shortly after the demise of Warren.   Sorry for the redundancy.  
    In the case of the two ongoing Warrant titles (SHUDDER and VAMPIRESS CARMILLA), I will be updating each year's back issues and annuals every Christmas, so long as they are printed and I am still alive.   All other listed titles are in hand and will be posted shortly, in turn.
    The CREEPS (Warrant): #1 - #32 + 4 Annuals
    CREEPY (Dark Horse): #1 - #24
    CREEPY (Harris): #146
    CREEPY The Limited Series (Harris): #1 - #4 + 1993 Fearbook
    EERIE (Dark Horse): #1 - #8
    Pantha (Harris): #0 - #2
    The ROOK (Dark Horse): #1 - #4
    The ROOK (Harris): #0 - #4
    SHUDDER (Warrant): #1 - #7 + 2023 Annual ( #8 - COMING/ONGOING)
    VAMPIRELLA (Harris): #113
    VAMPIRESS CARMILLA (Warrant): #1 - #11 + 2023 Annual (#12 - COMING/ONGOING)
    " COMING/ONGOING " means all previous back issues and annuals will be updated each year around Christmas.
    If it doesn't say anything but the title, it's already posted.
    I hope you have enjoyed this trip through the Warren publications... and beyond!
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  10. Stanley 'Artgerm' Lau Art Updated

    Random art from Stanley Lau, (not selling) all pics are acquired from around the internet, shown here for entertainment purposes only.
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  11. Fire Emblem Heroes Updated

    I have been play ing Fire Emblem Heroes on iPhone since 2017, and I'm really digging the art work for most of the characters in the game, so I'm going to share some screen shots on a weekly basis.
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  12. EC Comics Updated

    My slowly growing collection of EC comics.
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  13. Star Wars CGCs Updated

    All the Star Wars CGCs I own
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  14. CGCs in old school holders Updated

    The first CGC graded books I ever bought. Several from the first year CGC was in operation
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  15. Graded books Submitted February 2022 Updated

    First batch of books pressed by Toss Comics
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  16. AJD's "other" golden age album Updated

    Since I already have a fair chunk of my collection in albums, I thought I'd put up the rest just for fun. My EC, Australian, Dell ducks and war bonds covers all have their own albums. This one is a category I have imaginatively called "other". In it you'll find various things, including a Fiction House collection that almost got its own album, and selected covers by Golden Age greats - L. B. Cole, Wolverton, Schomburg and even a Baker or Two.
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  17. Dell comics are good comics! Updated

    My collection of Dell comics. Dell was an incredibly prolific and diverse publisher, so my collection of mostly funny animal and cartoon characters really just scratches the surface. For example, I have none of their many westerns, war or ghost comics, no Tarzan, only a few of the movie and TV tie in books etc.
    There are lots of duck books here, including
    Four Color Comics : the classic Barks stories were run in the Four Color Series for many years, including the first 20 or so Donald Duck stories (until the Donald Duck series started with #26, which wasn't really the 26th...) and the first three Uncle Scrooge issues.
    Walt Disney's Comics and Stories : #1 was published in October 1940 and the final Dell issue was #263 in August 1962. My focus has mainly been on issues 1 - 100, but I'll pick up nice copies of others when I get a chance.

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  18. The Lottery Ticket VAMPIRELLA Collection Updated

    I didn't set out to get the best Vampirella collection that anyone had ever seen.   Heck, a month ago, I didn't even know I WANTED a Vampirella collection.   CREEPYs and EERIEs, sure, but I always kind of considered Vampirella to be comic book soft porn for teenage boys.   But then I found out that while she has a storyline or two in each issue, there are also lots of other horror/sci-fi tales in the Warren tradition throughout most issues as well--so the interest began.
    And then I kind of started to finish my CREEPY and EERIE runs...   And then there was this full run of Vampis that had been just sitting there on eeBay with like 34 watchers for a month or so...   And then there was this bottle of Evan Williams on a Saturday night before my birthday...   And then I took a chance...
    There weren't pictures of every issue in the listing, and the ones that were pictured were in group shots and in bags, but the ones I could see SEEMED to match the seller's description of "FN to VF" overall, so I trusted that and crossed my fingers and made the necessary negotiations, knowing that I might just as easily receive a pile of garbage with a few good-looking issues for the pics.   But I was kind of ok with getting some beaters, too; after all, my EERIE collection is mostly just reader copies; as long as Vampirella fell somewhere between them and the CREEPYs, I'd be happy.
    So it was kind of like opening a pot of gold--with bright yellow streams of pure energy bursting from the cardboard and paper shells--when I unboxed these beauties.   Needless to say, I was MORE than happy!
    Now, I can't say I'm not posting this Gallery to show them off--because I am--but the fact that I won the lottery with this collection really has nothing to do with ME--I'm not a shrewd hard-bargain driving high-grade collector with a keen eye for values or anything--I just got lucky.   So I'm a proud owner, but I'm not boasting; I was just in the right place at the right time.   Let the glory be with the books themselves.   There's even a part of me that is somewhat disappointed, in that I firmly believe comic books/mags are to be read--but there are whole runs of this collection that are literally too nice to read/handle.   I don't like thinking of comics as mere commodities, but many of these deserve to be the sexy "look but don't touch" objects that they are.
    So I feel I have become a little jaded, after my "comics are for reading!" stance--though in all honesty I will probably never have any of these slabbed, either--but slabbed or not, most of them really are spectacular for 40-50 year old books, and they deserve to be shared.   I didn't do anything to create them, preserve them, or deserve them; I've just been installed as the curator of this museum--because I took a chance.
    I hope you enjoy them too.
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  19. AJD's EC collection Updated

    I've been collecting ECs for over ten years now, and I thought they'd look nice in a gallery. I'm not a horror fan, but you'll find full runs of the war and sci-fi titles here, all of the Mad comics (#1-23) and the first magazine (#24). I also have all of the New Direction books and a few other odds and ends.
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  20. Australian Golden Age Comics Updated

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  21. All things with The Last Ronin Updated

    Just a collection of stuff collected while I was waiting for the issues to be released.
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  22. The Last Ronin Issue 2 Covers Updated

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  23. The Last Ronin Issue 5 Covers Updated

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  24. The Last Ronin Issue 4 Covers Updated

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  25. The Last Ronin Issue 3 Covers Updated

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