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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Howlett View Post
    Am I super-geek to get Feldstein to sign his name under my Tales from the Crypt tattoo and get it buzzed in forever? Cause I might...
    There is NO WAY in the world you should NOT do this.......Not joking, this is the kind of cool shit that makes experiences you can remember....You HAVE TO do it...then post pics for teh rest of us to bow down to!!!

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    Rock! Shock! Pop!

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    Is that from The Cult? I remember being freaked out by that series when it first came out. Remember DC's prestige format releases and how they were expensive but awesome? The Cult, Longbow Hunters... good times.
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    Wrightson's Poe adaptations were just astounding. Me love long time.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Remember DC's prestige format releases and how they were expensive but awesome? The Cult, Longbow Hunters... good times.
    Yep. The Howard Chaykin Shadow and Blackhawk books were a big deal too. A lot of Marvel's Epic books came out in a similar format. Now regular comics cost that much.

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    Yes we are. I forgot about the Blackhawk stuff. The Shadow wasn't 'prestige' though, was it? I think it was stapled, not bound.
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    The Cult was awesome. Loved the covers too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Yes we are. I forgot about the Blackhawk stuff. The Shadow wasn't 'prestige' though, was it? I think it was stapled, not bound.
    Yeah, Chaykin's Shadow was stapled. It also happens to have come out in a new reprint collection this week. I remember the owner of the comic shop where I picked up Blackhawk was all pissed off about the blowjob scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roderick View Post
    I remember the owner of the comic shop where I picked up Blackhawk was all pissed off about the blowjob scene.
    Let's start a Howard Chaykin thread!
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