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heck yeah...this site...ROCKS...!!!!!

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I actually found this site through the forums of the site http://www.xbox360achievements.org/ .  One of the admins over there is an admin here as well.  Clicked the link in his forum signature over there and here I am.

I had actually been looking for a site like this for a while, before I kept an inventory of my comics in an excel worksheet but I wanted something that could be shown publicly and would look more professional.  Didn't realize how long it would take to enter everything into my account, so far I have only made it through 2 of my 5 short boxes.

Anyway... This site appears to be made of awesome, and now that I have discovered it I will probably be around for quite a while.  I look forward to any future additions to the functionality of the site that may come, not that there is anything wrong with what you offer now!
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Hello all,
I too came across this site via Google. I love the interface and ease of use compared to comicpriceguide.

Igor and everyone else please keep up the excellent work. You all are doing an amazing job.

All the best,
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As it happens I was searching for a site to keep track of my Dutch comic/strips collection and saw results via google for comiccollectorlive and some other American comic based sites and wanted to try to do the same with the English comics I have.

Looked at and tried CCL but did not really like that and then came to this site and the rest is history.I think that it's over a year ago that I started to stash on this site and seeing all the work that's been done to the site I will be here for a long time. 

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i was checking out another site because i wanted to finally catalog my collection.

i had checked out a few (from free to pay sites) and none of the ones i looked at showed current value for books.  I asked in their forums and someone suggested i try you out.

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Found the site by google searching, then going deep into links.

This site is genius.  Really love how easy it is to update everything.  Keep it up!


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i too found this site by googling, have been logging in books for a while but just started venturing into the forums today. so this is my1st post and looking forward to many more.
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Welcome to you both! Great to have you!

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I was doing a google search for stories about comic books as investments, i checked out a few diff sites that came up and really liked the layout of this site, looks pretty easy to use. Looking to learn about looking after them properly, do's and dont's, stuff like that.

I only recently just started to collect comics so only got a small collection so far, although according to the valuations on here my Hawkman #1 has gone up $100 from what i bought it for  

I cant find the Capt America Heroes Return comics that i have tho, if i have a comic that doesnt come up in the search, what do i need to do?

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Purely by accident.  I was looking for a free site that can help me get my crap organized.  I just put into the Yahoo search engine Crossed checklist and after at least 20 pages of searching, came upon a link to this site.  Have to say I'm impressed so far.  There's a few variants that I have that aren't listed but hopefully I can scan them soon. 
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Having rediscovered my old comic collection I searched Google for something that would save me the effort of creating an Excel spreadsheet from scratch. Most of the comic inventory software that I tried was full of unneeded fluff or too restrictive.

This site is just great; it's heartening to see something like this that's obviously been created by comic admirers rather than someone trying to make a quik buck!

Keep up the good work!

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I was walking down these same old lonely streets. The bite of the first frost was on my face.

Then I heard the scream.

An innocent soul had been violated. With burning pain I transformed into

THE GHOST RIDER.



Yeah I was totally into Ghost Rider ten years ago and then I got married and moved into an apartment with a comic store up the street. (Mint comics for A DOLLAR EACH!) And I couldn't help myself. Got back into all of it and needed to document my collection. A Google search brought me here and I love it.

Thank you so much!


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I found it through a google search (actually, it was the several such search I had done). I've been keeping my own catalog in an excel spreadsheet, but I wanted something more organized.

Thanks!

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i was desperate for a decent, easy, cheap and comprehensive way to make records of all of my comics (for my benefit and for that of insurance)

this site fulfilled all of my needs and more


fantastic website


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I was looking for a simple intuitive and smart software for cataloging my growing collection. My LCS guy recommended you. I find the site to be superior to competitors thus I am here.

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Greetings, fellow comic nerds!

I was hunting down comic software alternatives and happened to find a link to here via Wikipedia.

Hi...my name's Jason.  I'll be 42 this July and have been a comic fan since age five.  My tastes run more "DC" than "Marvel" but I've been known to branch out to indie books as well.

Good cataloging and hunting to us all!

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Hello all

My name is Juan Cruz and I am a 31yo Spanish comic
collector. Recently I just got fed up of the lame Spanish
editions, so I am making a move towards buying and
collecting just original ones. However I realized I do
not keep the track of the actual numbering, and some
titles had huge gaps (did I mention our editions are
quite lame?) so I needed a tool to control my collection
properly.

I have to confess I had a look at subscription pages
first, but their tools are Windows-only and I am a Linux
user. So I googled for alternatives and found this place
mentioned at some forum. This is really a great site and
I congratulate you for the job you are doing here. Just
forgive me if I come up with too many suggestions -I am
kind of a perfectionist.

Greetings!
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PM me and let me know what the problem was with you logging in using ImportedEarthMan.  lets see if we can fix that.



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wooooot.  nisav fixed my login.  I'll be posting as ImportedEarthMan from now on. (matches my stash)

Hope to see more people around soon.  I've found a bunch of scans I need to submit for the greater good.  Hopefully they help.

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I found your site mentioned on another forum while
researching comic book cataloging software.

Nearly all the software I found had some big flaw that
kept it from working for me. Having a solution that is
web-based is likely more flexible and can grow and evolve
a bit more nimbly that a software solution. (IMO) So...
here I am. (what initially inspired me to find a comic
book cataloger was librarything.com, which my wife uses
heavily for books.)

So far I really like what I see. A feature I'd love to
see is a tag cloud that represents what users are
cataloging. Maybe such a thing already exists but I've
missed it so far. (I've seen the tag cloud on the search
page but it's unclear what that represents.)

Looking forward to learning more about the site and its
users! Cheers!
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Welcome to the club!

You'll see a tag cloud for your own tags but I don't know if there is a communal one yet. If not, suggest it in the wish list forum...


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I love this site!!!!

I was directed here by Australian comic artist Ross Radiation when I asked another forum (whcih focuses on horror movies) if anyone knew any good comic organisation software, and he directed me here.

As an introduction my name is JuRM and I mainly collect small and short run seventies and eighties titles, and my unicorn is a full set of Hero for Hire/ Power Man/ Power Man and Iron Fist... I am currently about 20 odd issue short, but other than that I am trying to complete sets of Ms Marvel, The Human Fly, The Champions and others. Of current releases I really only read what interests me at the time, and don't really follow a title solidly...



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cassiel33 wrote

So far I really like what I see. A feature I'd love to
see is a tag cloud that represents what users are
cataloging. Maybe such a thing already exists but I've
missed it so far. (I've seen the tag cloud on the search
page but it's unclear what that represents.)

welcoem to the site.

within My Stash there is a tag cloud, which only displayes your tags.  The tag cloud on the search page shows the top 50 tags from all users.



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JuRM wrote

I love this site!!!!

I was directed here by Australian comic artist Ross Radiation when I asked another forum (whcih focuses on horror movies) if anyone knew any good comic organisation software, and he directed me here.

welcome JuRM

might you provide me with the link to the post from Ross Radiation?  either reply or PM.  thanks



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Sure. http://www.digital-retribution.com/forums/index.php?topic=12 459.0

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Google search, and I think I linked to you from a review of comic-book databases.

As I mentioned in another post, I finally was inventorying an unsorted collection dating back to the '70s.

BTW, I plan to plug the site at my blog in an upcoming post....


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I heard about you in an email notice from one of the Yahoo comic book groups I'm in. I checked it out and discovered it's the best thing I've seen in years. You're doing a bang up job, Igor. Thank you so very much.

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