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Wed Jan 30, 2019 5:50 pm

applehead wrote:DOes anyone recall if the Eric Tan STar Wars Prequel print sets sold by Bottleneck in Jan 2017 came with a CoA or 3 CoA's, one for each print? I have all 5 prints but can't find any CoA's from the prequels. Anybody know?
people keep COA? mine go right in da can.
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acidburn wrote: And honestly, I don't know much about wrestling but isn't the independent wrestling scene getting huge right now? If it was ever brought up, which it never has, why not look into something that makes ppl happy?
I'm not into it but there is DEFINITELY a wrestling fan contingent in this hobby.
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jkw3000 wrote:
acidburn wrote: And honestly, I don't know much about wrestling but isn't the independent wrestling scene getting huge right now? If it was ever brought up, which it never has, why not look into something that makes ppl happy?
I'm not into it but there is DEFINITELY a wrestling fan contingent in this hobby.
+1 wrestling fan
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acidburn wrote: And honestly, I don't know much about wrestling but isn't the independent wrestling scene getting huge right now? If it was ever brought up, which it never has, why not look into something that makes ppl happy?
Oh, it will be.
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Thu Jan 31, 2019 12:15 pm

Has anyone seen the F13 prints yet? Excited to see the final product!
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Thu Jan 31, 2019 12:17 pm

Greatplainsman wrote:Has anyone seen the F13 prints yet? Excited to see the final product!
actualllyy should have pics today.
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Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:51 am

Irishman12 wrote:
jkw3000 wrote:
acidburn wrote: And honestly, I don't know much about wrestling but isn't the independent wrestling scene getting huge right now? If it was ever brought up, which it never has, why not look into something that makes ppl happy?
I'm not into it but there is DEFINITELY a wrestling fan contingent in this hobby.
+1 wrestling fan
+1 fan here too, but when marrying that fandom with this hobby I'd have to say it would take something special to get me to buy. Tobin's WM6 poster for example, but even then I wouldn't be thrilled having those two folks on my wall :lol: . Gallery1989's WWE Show last year was OK, but nothing I would spend on. There are various things to explore for sure within that industry, but I think finding something that really scores big is more of a stretch. But, hey, the possibility is there, right?
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Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:01 pm

austin hipsters meet wrasslin meet NYC art gallery.

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ACCBiggz wrote:
Irishman12 wrote:
jkw3000 wrote:
acidburn wrote: And honestly, I don't know much about wrestling but isn't the independent wrestling scene getting huge right now? If it was ever brought up, which it never has, why not look into something that makes ppl happy?
I'm not into it but there is DEFINITELY a wrestling fan contingent in this hobby.
+1 wrestling fan
+1 fan here too, but when marrying that fandom with this hobby I'd have to say it would take something special to get me to buy. Tobin's WM6 poster for example, but even then I wouldn't be thrilled having those two folks on my wall :lol: . Gallery1989's WWE Show last year was OK, but nothing I would spend on. There are various things to explore for sure within that industry, but I think finding something that really scores big is more of a stretch. But, hey, the possibility is there, right?
I agree, the piece has to be right and Tobin's WrestleMania was it. I've seen other wrestling pieces (like Gallery1989's WWE show that you listed) and I passed on everything myself. Just glad to see this niche get some love too!
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Fri Feb 01, 2019 2:08 pm

TBF everything G1988 puts out is RHG regardless of the property.
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^^^^THIS^^^^
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^^^^THIS^^^^
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Fri Feb 01, 2019 8:29 pm

acidburn wrote:
Greatplainsman wrote:Has anyone seen the F13 prints yet? Excited to see the final product!
actualllyy should have pics today.
Sweet!
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Batman: Mask of the Phantasm by Corey Wolfe
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Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:57 pm

I want to like the Cory Wolfhart stuff, but too airbrushed for me, Jersey Shore tee-shirt style.

Chilcott pieces are cool though.
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