Collectors Attic at VA Comicon!
November 20th, 2021!
Comic Con returns to the Richmond Raceway Sat. Nov 20, 2021! FREE PARKING & FREE for KIDS 12 & under, with paid adult! BIG CHANGE for our shows: No more ON-SITE ticket sales! Tickets are ONLY available HERE (including Show-Day)!
November 20th, 2021
600 E. Laburnum Ave.
Collectors Attic at Baltimore Comic-Con!
THREE BIG DAYS! OCTOBER 18-20, 2019!
We will be in Booth 518 for the 20th anniversary event!
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
October 18, 19 & 20, 2019
The Baltimore Convention Center
Pratt and Howard Street Lobby
Here is what is coming up for the rest of the year:
July 20th – 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing at Wright Brothers Memorial, Kill Devil Hills, NC.
August 19th – National Aviation Day/Orville Wright’s Birthday at Wright Brothers National Memorial
Oct 18 – Oct 20 – Collectors Attic at Baltimore Comic-Con 2019
December 17th – 116th Anniversary of Powered Flight at Wright Brothers Memorial
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Batman Adventures #12 CBCS 9.2
The comic book with a story, My Batman Adventures went on a yearlong adventure of its own.
I sold this comic in June of 2017. The comic never arrived and was presumed lost. The customer was refunded his money. Jump to this year and I get a call from CBCS. They say they want to put me in touch with a lady who may have my missing comic. What?!
It turns out her daughter had some missing books and had opened a case with the police department. She had been watching eBay to see if she could find a replacement. She found one, her own book! In the same lot on eBay was my Batman Adventures! They contacted the police and BA #12 was put in evidence with the Opelika Alabama Police Department.
The Book could be mine again, all I had to do was come down and claim it. As much as a many hour trip to Alabama sounds like fun, I figured there has to be another way. After contacting a courier service, they picked up the comic and dropped it at the local UPS store who was waiting for it. The next thing you know the comic was back in my hands in June of this year. One year after I originally sold it!
This explains why the graded comic is sealed in a police evidence bag. My first inclination was to pull the graded comic book out, but friends suggested I keep it sealed. After all how often do you sell a comic that has a crazy story behind it?