Of course, Jake’s organizing doesn’t include cutting the collection down.

The good news is I’m making huge headway with this project, as you can see in this week’s Clutter Report. I’m at the point where I can resume the daily comic reviews, which is nice. This Wednesday I’ll review the last of the Real Adventures Of Jonny Quest comics I have to review, since issue #12 was lost in the disaster but now has been found. The Friday Phantom reviews are going to backtrack a bit since I found earlier comics from the Moonstone run that I didn’t remember I had before returning to where I left off. (Luckily I finished the “Invisible Children” storyline, since Nightwing, Thunderbolts, and Transformers all stopped on cliffhangers before I started this project but I had to start sometime.)

As for this…last…year’s Captain Yuletide I’m hopeful that will go up Saturday depending on how things go. I missed the last Friday Night Fight so I hope not to miss the next one. Fantastic Voyage continues this week. Not sure what else I have to say here, so I’ll just get back to work.

About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

4 responses »

  1. Sean says:

    Will any of your local comic book stores be interested in buying the back issues that you no longer want? I do know that the comic book store in my town buys back issues from people. I’ve actually seen customers come in and sell comic books to the owner of that particular store.


    • The problem is a lot of them are 90s comics and stores tend to have a lot of them for numerous reasons. So they aren’t worth much to them.


      • Sean says:

        What about then having a tag sale of your 90s comics? Does your town still allow tag sales to happen? Some parents might be happy to buy some cheap 90s comics for their kids (if those comics are kid friendly of course).


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