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Does anyone have Addresses for comic writers/artists other than Stan Lee and Herb Trimpe ? They are both great legends but I want others. I have them both also

Short Want List
Joe Simon Co-creator of Captain America (received)
Gary Friedrich Co-creator Ghost Rider
Alex Ross
Dan Jurgens
Todd Macfarlane
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DC comics is good about forwarding mail to their artists. I've gotten sketches by writing there. Dan Jurgens has drawn a few Superman sketches for me.
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Wow I really need the DC Comics Address. Gotta write to him for one
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Hello 1name1legend

Some of my most treasured autographs are signed comics (many DC!). Comic book conventions are the best way. If you can't go yourself, contact your local comic shop to see if anyone is going. Often you can find someone to get your comic signed for five dollars or even for free. You might even get lucky with your own research, I've found a few in the phone book (but none of those you asked about).

Here is a link to comic book conventions, http://www.conventionscene.com/schedule ... nventions/

By the way, if you are looking to frame your comics, the best affordable frames I've found anywhere are online at Frame It Again Sam. They are made so you can put your comics in and out when ever you want, very easy.

Good Luck!
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I have Never been to a Con, I always want to but something comes up.

My favorite is my Jerry Siegel signed Superman comic. It was from Dynamic Forces and was signed during the Death of Superman/Reign of the Supermen. I had that one CGCed and it scored a 9.4 not bad for a comic from the early 90's
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1name1legend wrote:I have Never been to a Con, I always want to but something comes up.

My favorite is my Jerry Siegel signed Superman comic. It was from Dynamic Forces and was signed during the Death of Superman/Reign of the Supermen. I had that one CGCed and it scored a 9.4 not bad for a comic from the early 90's

You just missed a huge comic con in Charlotte last month that gets dozens of big comic artists and writers...
http://www.heroesonline.com/heroescon.html

Also, this Sunday their is a one day show with some comic people...
http://www.charlottecomicon.com/
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zipbags wrote:
1name1legend wrote:I have Never been to a Con, I always want to but something comes up.

My favorite is my Jerry Siegel signed Superman comic. It was from Dynamic Forces and was signed during the Death of Superman/Reign of the Supermen. I had that one CGCed and it scored a 9.4 not bad for a comic from the early 90's

You just missed a huge comic con in Charlotte last month that gets dozens of big comic artists and writers...
http://www.heroesonline.com/heroescon.html

Also, this Sunday their is a one day show with some comic people...
http://www.charlottecomicon.com/

I so wanted to go to Herocon but It has been a TIGHT Money Summer and I only Live about 45 mins from there too. Maybe next Summer :?
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anyone tried these?

Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko Artist
200 West 51st Street
New York, NY 10019-6833
USA

John Romita
ACTOR
11301 Olympic Blvd., #587
Los Angeles, CA 90064
USA

Todd McFarlane
c/o The McFarlane Companies
1711 West Greentree Dr., suite 208
Tempe, AZ 85284-2717
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dobie516 wrote:DC comics is good about forwarding mail to their artists. I've gotten sketches by writing there. Dan Jurgens has drawn a few Superman sketches for me.

Is this the address you used?

DC Comics
1700 Broadway, 7th Fl.
New York, NY 10019-5905


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