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Gettin' the ole thread ready.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp_gRLg2P_A

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If someone could help me figure out the X-Ray cards, I would greatly appreciate it! (They're not numbered and all the fronts are blacked out - not sure how to reveal the pictures! Frown )

First Case:

Sketches
Kevin Gentilcore, Jeremy Treece, Laura Inglis
Jon Wayshak, Glen Fernandez, Jerry Ma
Glen Fernandez, unknown, Chris Thorne



Brian Canio, Tom Nguyen, Vince Sunico
Elvis Moura, Rainer Lagunsad puzzle



Inserts
X-Ray Vision Cards - no idea!
Secret Origins - 4 complete sets
Alternate Worlds - 2 complete sets, 6 extras
Women of Superman - 2 complete sets, 6 extras
Action Comics digital copy code x12
Parallel - 1 complete set, 11 extras

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If someone could help me figure out the X-Ray cards, I would greatly appreciate it! (They're not numbered and all the fronts are blacked out - not sure how to reveal the pictures!

It's covered with thermo ink that will disappear when exposed to heat. All you need are warm hands.

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If someone could help me figure out the X-Ray cards, I would greatly appreciate it! (They're not numbered and all the fronts are blacked out - not sure how to reveal the pictures!

It's covered with thermo ink that will disappear when exposed to heat. All you need are warm hands.

unknown Brainiac by Brian Canio


I tried that! Maybe my hands aren't warm enough? How long do I need to hold it there? I'm worried about damaging the card...

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Oh, and thank you for the artist help. Never would have got that one.

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If someone could help me figure out the X-Ray cards, I would greatly appreciate it! (They're not numbered and all the fronts are blacked out - not sure how to reveal the pictures!

It's covered with thermo ink that will disappear when exposed to heat. All you need are warm hands.

unknown Brainiac by Brian Canio


I tried that! Maybe my hands aren't warm enough? How long do I need to hold it there? I'm worried about damaging the card...

It only takes a second to start seeing the effect. Holding the card between my (warm) palms I can make all the dark ink disappear in probably five seconds.

Maybe try your arm pit? It's one of the warmest parts of your body.
 
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Maybe try your arm pit? It's one of the warmest parts of your body.

I want pictures of people doing this, haha! Big Grin
 
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Maybe try your arm pit? It's one of the warmest parts of your body.

I want pictures of people doing this, haha! Big Grin

I'm glad I didn't recommend using a different warm part of the body.
 
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Stefanie Battalene
Dave Beaty

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Can anyone identify the artists???


Dave Beaty

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If someone could help me figure out the X-Ray cards, I would greatly appreciate it! (They're not numbered and all the fronts are blacked out - not sure how to reveal the pictures!

It's covered with thermo ink that will disappear when exposed to heat. All you need are warm hands.

unknown Brainiac by Brian Canio


I tried that! Maybe my hands aren't warm enough? How long do I need to hold it there? I'm worried about damaging the card...

It only takes a second to start seeing the effect. Holding the card between my (warm) palms I can make all the dark ink disappear in probably five seconds.

Maybe try your arm pit? It's one of the warmest parts of your body.


I don't think people would appreciate getting cards that have been in my armpit. Well, unless they have an armpit fetish... Red Face Big Grin
It's still not working very well for me - maybe I need to rub my hands together like Mr. Miyagi?
And how many different cards are in the set? I don't like the idea of having to put my hands all over every card to figure out what they are, there is a slight border around each one so you can kinda tell them apart, but on some of them the border is very thin, so they are harder to match up. Why, oh, why didn't they number them??? Mad

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I was able to get a case cheap from cujo so I figured I would give it a try.



Unknown,Stefanie Battalene,Gary Shipman
Brent Ragland,Stacey Kardash,Neil Camera



John Jackman,Clayton McCormack,Chris Foreman
Jake Minor,Matt Minor,Jerry Ma



J.C Fabul, Jon Racimo, Printing Plate #19 Imperiex
 
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Your "unknown" looks like Dave Beaty

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Second Case:

Dan Borgonos, Jake Minor, Mauricio Dias
Rodjer Goulart, Aaron Felizmenio, Luke Smarto
Jomar Bulda, Tom Nguyen, Robert Hack



William Bronson, Mark Marvida, Ron McCain
Mike Vasquez puzzle, yellow printing plate for card #30

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Third Case:

Dave Tata, Jennifer Mercer, Agnes Garbowska
Andrew Jones, Jon Racimo, Rainier Lagunsad
Dan Parsons, Dave Beaty, Chris Chuckry



Jomar Bulda, Jez Rosales, Boo
Jerry Ma, Javier Aranda, Joe Simko




and……


Redemption Card R6 (Richard Cox & Danielle Gransaull) Big Grin

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Fourth Case:

Chris Foreman, Erik Caines, Isaiah McAllister
Dave Tata, Ashleigh Popplewell, Marat Mychaels
Chris Thorne, Jason Worthington, Thomas Boatwright



William Donley III, Mike Duron, Dan Schaefer
Vince Sunico, Benjamin Glendenning puzzle

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One more case:

Erik Caines, unknown, Mike Duron
John Jackman, JC Fabul, Mark Marvida
Layron DeJarnette, Gary Shipman, Cassandra James



unknown, Aaron Felizmenio, Beck Seashols
Bill Pulkovski, Jed Thomas Puzzle
Magenta printing plate for card #44

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I love the colouring details on the Cassandra James sketch.
 
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Got my redemption sketch back today Smile


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What gives, I didn't get one single sketch from my box, just 2 Thermo cards (X-ray vision), which suppose to be more rare then sketchs. Disappointed.

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