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mgiger
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does any one else hate the idea that we store our books in cardboard boxes? I really would love a new way to admire my collection but I can never think of anything cool or have
the space for that matter.
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I would love to display my collection on my walls like i did when i was younger, my wife i doubt would be as enthused. But i will display a comic or two that i really like in a
matted picture frame.
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You Can Buy Acid Free, UV Protected Plastic Display Covers From Good Comic Shops, Or Slab The Comic. But Be Careful, Comics Are Little Vampires, And Are Destroyed By Sunlight. (Which Is Why We Stick Them In The Long Boxes/Coffins.)
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I only actually display my slabbed books
with are in Mylar bags. My perfect house
would have no windows lol
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I'd like a carousel roughly the size of a sunglasses carousel at the drug store, but powered, with rotating levels 5-7 comics high, filled to 3/4 full allowing a gap to display a comic as it slowly turned each "page".
I hope I described that well enough to give a visual.

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I Like It. Mad, But Very Cool.