Are you suggesting you're not terrible interested in another 152 different David Graham and Matt Zimmerman autographs? Say it ain't so, Spencer! Say it ain't so!This message has been edited. Last edited by: ravenheart,
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Originally posted by Spencer Quist: LOL One of the artists has just posted that they are about to 'just start work on this set'. The set? Only Ultimate Avengers out in three ish weeks! Is EVERYTHING last minute with this company?
Maybe everything is last minute with the artist?? Just a thought! Sometimes artists do sit on blanks until they've finished a previous set. Inevitably it's artists and actors returning cards late that delays a set. Obviously if they were all returned on time then every company producing sets would have them released on time
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Or alternatively, these sketches won't be going anywhere near the boxes and being stockpiled for dealer deals or future 'super duper exclusive' shilling efforts later on. Experience seems to indicate the latter. I hate to criticise but there's plenty of opportunity open to do so, sadly
Originally posted by Tommy C: 33+ different actors and actresses have signed for Series One - No collection has ever been so complete, look out for over 100 actors by the final set.
I was interested in trying to pick up something from these Avengers, maybe a couple of boxes, but this looks like its going to be drawn out over a series of sets and I can't believe over 100 different signers are available at this juncture.
I can pretty much be certain that the vast majority will be actors I have never heard of, in small roles I don't remember, although people more familiar with UK TV shows may have a better knowledge of them.
All I wanted was one new, nice Avengers set with a few autographs of people I know. With all this talk of "no collection has ever been so complete" and "by the final set" Unstoppable has just advertised itself right passed me. I don't need it so complete that it takes a long term commitment. A case of overkill that saved me some money.
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