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    Fuck! I've been checking for my missing McCammon S/L every single day!
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    Wow, sure wish I'd stumble upon those kinds of deals...that buyer is one lucky guy (and is probably wondering (along with the seller) why in the heck someone else didn't also bid).
    For the first time in a long time, the lucky guy was me.

    The seller had a starting bid + Buy It Now price. You guys didn't sleep on an auction that lasted days at all - I snapped them up within 5 minutes of them being listed.

    This brings me to my next topic. I am selling off the books which this set replaced. Here is a link to the Mister Slaughter auction, which ends on Wednesday. Let the bloodbath commence. The other books I own which are to be sold are listed at reasonable prices, and 2 of them are priced at retail.
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    Storm Front Limited (Subterranean)
    All Masters of the Weird Tale (Centipede)
    McCammon Matthew Corbett series (Subterranean)

    For sale or trade:

    James SA Corey lettered
    Robin Hobb lettered

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    Wow, sure wish I'd stumble upon those kinds of deals...that buyer is one lucky guy (and is probably wondering (along with the seller) why in the heck someone else didn't also bid).
    For the first time in a long time, the lucky guy was me.

    The seller had a starting bid + Buy It Now price. You guys didn't sleep on an auction that lasted days at all - I snapped them up within 5 minutes of them being listed.

    This brings me to my next topic. I am selling off the books which this set replaced. Here is a link to the Mister Slaughter auction, which ends on Wednesday. Let the bloodbath commence. The other books I own which are to be sold are listed at reasonable prices, and 2 of them are priced at retail.
    Congrats on the great deal!


    Gosh I hope I can find Mister Slaughter #91 one day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
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    Wow, sure wish I'd stumble upon those kinds of deals...that buyer is one lucky guy (and is probably wondering (along with the seller) why in the heck someone else didn't also bid).
    For the first time in a long time, the lucky guy was me.

    The seller had a starting bid + Buy It Now price. You guys didn't sleep on an auction that lasted days at all - I snapped them up within 5 minutes of them being listed.

    This brings me to my next topic. I am selling off the books which this set replaced. Here is a link to the Mister Slaughter auction, which ends on Wednesday. Let the bloodbath commence. The other books I own which are to be sold are listed at reasonable prices, and 2 of them are priced at retail.
    Congrats on the great deal!


    Gosh I hope I can find Mister Slaughter #91 one day!
    Yeah, you don't know me or anything but in my various lurkings I read about the whole sad ordeal... You own a copy with a different number, right? And are looking to trade it off?
    Looking for:

    Storm Front Limited (Subterranean)
    All Masters of the Weird Tale (Centipede)
    McCammon Matthew Corbett series (Subterranean)

    For sale or trade:

    James SA Corey lettered
    Robin Hobb lettered

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    Wow, sure wish I'd stumble upon those kinds of deals...that buyer is one lucky guy (and is probably wondering (along with the seller) why in the heck someone else didn't also bid).
    For the first time in a long time, the lucky guy was me.

    The seller had a starting bid + Buy It Now price. You guys didn't sleep on an auction that lasted days at all - I snapped them up within 5 minutes of them being listed.

    This brings me to my next topic. I am selling off the books which this set replaced. Here is a link to the Mister Slaughter auction, which ends on Wednesday. Let the bloodbath commence. The other books I own which are to be sold are listed at reasonable prices, and 2 of them are priced at retail.
    Congrats on the great deal!


    Gosh I hope I can find Mister Slaughter #91 one day!
    Yeah, you don't know me or anything but in my various lurkings I read about the whole sad ordeal... You own a copy with a different number, right? And are looking to trade it off?
    Yup, I had a chance at the #91 of Speaks the Nightbird and missed that as well but since it's a different publisher it doesn't hurt as bad. Hopefully one day SP can get the rights and do Speaks the Nightbird. When I started collecting the titles, I had a high number for Mister Slaughter and a low one for Providence Rider (both bought from ebay) so I went with collecting the lower number from SP, that's how I have Queen of Bedlam #91 but not Mister Slaughter because of the order they were published. sigh....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Yup, I had a chance at the #91 of Speaks the Nightbird and missed that as well but since it's a different publisher it doesn't hurt as bad. Hopefully one day SP can get the rights and do Speaks the Nightbird. When I started collecting the titles, I had a high number for Mister Slaughter and a low one for Providence Rider (both bought from ebay) so I went with collecting the lower number from SP, that's how I have Queen of Bedlam #91 but not Mister Slaughter because of the order they were published. sigh....
    That edition of Nightbird really isn't the most beautiful or well-crafted anyway. I don't own one and have no machinations to acquire. As you say, hopefully Bill gets his mitts on the rights and does it properly.

    You likely will have more luck attempting to do what I did here, which is replace a mismatched set with a matched one should you happen to stumble across it. Then sell off your old ones. Let the White Whale #91 be someone else's problem, haha.
    Looking for:

    Storm Front Limited (Subterranean)
    All Masters of the Weird Tale (Centipede)
    McCammon Matthew Corbett series (Subterranean)

    For sale or trade:

    James SA Corey lettered
    Robin Hobb lettered

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    Quote Originally Posted by ValHallAwaits View Post
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    Yup, I had a chance at the #91 of Speaks the Nightbird and missed that as well but since it's a different publisher it doesn't hurt as bad. Hopefully one day SP can get the rights and do Speaks the Nightbird. When I started collecting the titles, I had a high number for Mister Slaughter and a low one for Providence Rider (both bought from ebay) so I went with collecting the lower number from SP, that's how I have Queen of Bedlam #91 but not Mister Slaughter because of the order they were published. sigh....
    That edition of Nightbird really isn't the most beautiful or well-crafted anyway. I don't own one and have no machinations to acquire. As you say, hopefully Bill gets his mitts on the rights and does it properly.

    You likely will have more luck attempting to do what I did here, which is replace a mismatched set with a matched one should you happen to stumble across it. Then sell off your old ones. Let the White Whale #91 be someone else's problem, haha.
    I've definitely thought about it...maybe if I come across the deal of a lifetime like you did.

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