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  • Posted: August 6, 2022 6:20:05 am
  • Thinking of condensing my collection and had a question for any who have any experience. I have a decent sized collection, but really “collected” with no focus so the bulk of what I have is random.

    With that being said, the issues I have in legacy series, should I keep them regardless? I know that’s a bit open ended, just mean is there always going to be value for run fillers in legacy series?

    Cause the stuff I do have it’s like a handful of gold, decent silver/bronze, and a bulk being copper and onward till about 2012. For instance amazing spider-man is the series I have the most issues in and it’s only 168 and they are all random, a few mini runs here and there.

    But yea, so the question is, should I hold on to the run fillers regardless or just pick out the keys and hold on to those? I would like to hold onto the issues that have the most value for my PC and condense the ones that don’t. So I would either hold onto the keys and ditch the run fillers or hold onto the run fillers and ditch the keys I deem to be minor lol.

    Last edited August 6, 2022 6:21:10 am
  • Posted: August 7, 2022 11:11:25 pm
  • Howdy. Had a great time checking out the Stonehenge in Ingram with the family one weekend awhile back.

    My $0.02: If you have unlimited space and don't need cash, then there is an advantage to hanging on to everything because you never know what will be hot five years from now. I don't have unlimited space, so I only keep "filler" issues if I hope to someday complete the run (or at least complete a particular story arc I enjoy).
    Did I err?
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