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Walter Durajlija

Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.

Undervalued Spotlight #35

Marvel Team-Up #22, Marvel Comics, June 1974 Spider-Man and Hawkeye team-up to take on Quasimodo! OK, I admit it’s not the kind of line up that would have had the kids running to the local variety store but other forces…

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Comic Culture – April 21st

This week Comic Culture’s hosts Walter Durajlija and Chris Owen discuss Kick Ass, some new X-Men title news, the success of Blackest Night and a bunch of other comic book related stuff. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
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Collecting and Investing Tip #34

I remember back in the early 80s when the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide had those big 10 issue groupings for most of the major Golden, Silver and Bronze age comic book titles. Amazing Spider-Man issues #131-140 were all worth the same...
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Undervalued Spotlight #34

Dell Publishing had a longstanding agreement (since the late 30s) with Western Publishing to produce comic books based on properties that Western licensed from the likes of Disney, MGM, Warner Brothers, Hanna Barbera and others. This agreement was very lucrative for Dell and they fast became the largest comic book publisher. In 1962 Western Publishing decided to create their own comic imprint called Gold Key...
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Comic Culture Podcast – April 7th 2010

Comic Culture Podcast. This week Comic Culture’s hosts Walter Durajlija and Chris Owen (and their special guest James Harris) discuss the Walking Dead limping over to cable TV, Megan Fox and a bunch of other comic book related items. Now kick back, relax and enjoy the show.
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Collecting and Investing Tip #32

Comic book conventions are dangerous places for impulse buyers. You can end up heading home with a 50 cent comic or you could end up heading home with a 4 foot R2D2 replica, a gorgeous 42” x 38” framed painting of Phoenix, 3 short boxes full of CGC graded comics, 2 Samurai swords, a Viking sword and a 50 cent comic...
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Undervalued Spotlight #32

In my opinion Tales to Astonish #27 (Jan/62) is not one of the early Marvel Keys. “The Man in the Ant Hill” story featured the first appearance of Henry Pym but it was just another Sci-fi/fantasy story typical of the books Atlas Comics was producing at the time...
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