sábado, 17 de septiembre de 2011

-TODOS ESTOS AÑOS DE FRIKIS MUSICALES....PART 2-


86 -87 YEARS TOCANDO SKA REAGGE Y OTROS RITMOS CON CHIROLITA,JOSE,GABY,WALTER,RODRIGO JORGE,ETC

domingo, 3 de julio de 2011

-BARES Y FONDAS....y comics. COPYRIGHT -STHEPEN CURE+


SEGUIMOS RECORRIENDO BARES Y FONDAS CON COMICS,EN ESTE CASO LA PARRILLA
RIALTO FRENTE A LA ESTACION DE TEMPERLEY.COMES BIEN Y BARATO EN UN AMBIENTE BOHEMIO Y BORRACHIN.
LA OTRA FOTO ES DEL EX DIBUJANTE?AHORA DEBENIDO GERENTE DE UN CINE VIRTUAL,CINEMA YORGA,EN MDQ JUNTO A OTRO INTEGRANTE DEL STAFF DE ESE ENGENDRO,EL NIÑO PRODIGIO LLAMADO O-RAMMA-CASTRO.HASTA LA PROXIMA

jueves, 9 de junio de 2011

-BARES Y FONDAS....y comics. COPYRIGHT -STHEPEN CURE+

LA IDEA FUÈ LA SIGUIENTE,COMO TODO FRIKI,FREAKY STYLE,AND BOHEMIAN BOYS,
SUELO IR MUCHOS BARES DE MALA MUERTE,PERO EN DONDE SE COME BARATO,Y BUENO
LOS BARES...Y LAS FONDAS.
LAS FONDAS...TERMINO ANTIGUO DE AHI DEBE VENIR LO KE MI MADRE CUANDO LLEGABA EN UNA EPOCA BEODO,VEODOBLE,ME DECIA ¿AYER A LA NOCHE LLEGASTES FONDEADO NO??? SUPONGO KE DEBE VENIR DE ESTAR EN EL FONDO,COMO MI NOVIA SE
CAYÒ EN UN POZO CIEGO,PERO NO ES A LO KE VIENE ESTE POST.
SIEMPRE CUANDO UNO ANDA POR AHI SOLO,COMIENDO,ES RECOMENDABLE PARA TODO FRIKI LLEVAR UN LIBRO O LO KE ES MEJOR...UNA HISTORIETA,UN COMIC.ASI ES
KE COMENZÈ UNA RECORRIDA CON MI MITJUCA,NO NO ES UNA CHICA JAPONESA..LAMENTABLEMENTE.
ES UNA CAMARA.Y RETRATÈ ESTOS HERMOSOS MOMENTOS DE SOLEDAD,LIBERTAD Y PANZA LLENA EN LOS MEJORES LUGARES,NO LOS MAS CAROS NECESARIAMENTE,DE MI BUENOS AIRES KERIDO. STHEPEN CURE HONOFRIKY ASUMIDO RIGHTS!!
Y AHORA PARTE DE wwww.cinemayorga.blogspot.com el trabajo soñado!!...
NOTENSE LAS VANS ROJAS DE LA MINITA K ESTABA

miércoles, 25 de mayo de 2011

-A GUARDAR LOS COMICS EN BOLSAS,PARA LA HERENCIA FAMILIAR!!!



Erupting in the kitchen of the modest north Minneapolis home, the fire that killed a retired bus driver spared a treasure worth more than $1 million.

Stacked high and deep in a spare bedroom that escaped the flames and water hoses last July, the thousands of comic books Gary Dahlberg had spent a lifetime collecting remained just as he had kept them, carefully cataloged and perfectly preserved.

"He loved his [comic] books," his sister, Wendy Kuiper, said. Her brother was 12 or 13 years old when he began plunking down 12 cents an issue for the comic books in the early 1960s. "As he got older, my mother would ask, 'What are you going to do with all those books?' My mother used to say they couldn't be worth anything."

What neither knew was that 2,500 to 3,000 of Dahlberg's 20,000 comic-book collection would end up "easily" worth more than $1 million. "Maybe closer to $2 million," said Ed Jaster, senior vice president of Heritage Auctions.

Three of the books already sold for a total of $80,000, including $47,800 for a 1963 copy of the first "Amazing Spiderman" issue. Heritage expects to auction about 450 books on May 5 in New York. The rest -- what Jaster said is "the best of a silver age collection we've ever handled" -- will be sold over the next year.

Dahlberg's 1963, No. 2 "Spiderman" issue is probably one of the "finest known examples" of five known copies, Jaster said. "This book could be worth well over $100,000."

That's more zeroes than Dahlberg's family had ever imagined.

"I think my mom is now looking down and saying, 'Sorry, I didn't know,'" said Kuiper, the oldest of Dahlberg's four sisters.

Dahlberg, who was 62 when he died, spent a lifetime collecting. He collected Star Trek plates, mugs and figurines, Peter Pan and Donald Duck collectibles and bins of Christmas ornaments. "He loved Christmas," Kuiper said. "It made him happy."

"He wasn't a hoarder," said Bev Johnson, his off-and-on girlfriend of 30 years. "He was visually stimulated and liked to have things to look at. ... He put toys in his fridge because he like to open it up and have something fun to look at."

But comic books were his passion. Many a trip and date included time spent in a comic book store or comic book show, Johnson said. She doesn't hesitate to confirm Kuiper's assessment that Dahlberg was more committed to his comic books than to the idea of marriage. "We had a lot of fun together," she said.

Art drew him in

It was the art of the comic book that drew Dahlberg in. He was 4 when his father died and likely was more withdrawn because of it, his sister said. "Drawing allowed him to go into his own world."

The stacks of comic books gave him access to the world of superheroes. He treasured them. "He would hold them and say, 'You can look at them, but you can't touch,'" Kuiper said.

After two years at Concordia University, he enrolled in art school in Minneapolis, Kuiper said. He earned a paycheck as a bus driver but his dream was to be a cartoonist. Breaking into the business wasn't easy, though, and her brother settled for driving city buses and collecting comic books.

He knew his collection was worth money, his sister said. But he only sold two comic books in his lifetime; one for $1,000 to buy a computer that allowed him to catalog his collection and another for $50,000 to pay off his house. Most of the collection -- about 17,500 books -- likely isn't worth much more than Dahlberg paid, said Jaster of Heritage Auctions. But more than 2,500 books are highly prized. If he had sold his collection, he likely could have retired comfortably 15 years ago rather than seven months before he died, Jaster said. "He knew they had a lot of value but he would rather live humbly than cash in these comic books."

The books' values are a credit in part to the fact that Dahlberg was a picky collector and Minnesota's climate. "What kills books is heat and light," he said. "He probably read them once and then put them away lovingly," Jaster said.

Since Dahlberg's death, the highly valuable books have been inspected, graded and confirmed as an original-owner collection known as the Gary Dahlberg Collection to honor the 30-plus year bus driver veteran and "ensure Gary's comic book immortality."

That gives his sister chills. "You think, oh, he never married. He never had kids. Oh, poor guy," she said. "But he loved these comic books."

Mary Lynn Smith • 612-673-4788

Estimate: $50,000-plus
"Tales of Suspense" #39 (Marvel, 1963)

Estimate: $25,000-plus
"Journey Into Mystery" #83 (Marvel, 1962)

Estimate: $25,000-plus
"Daredevil" #1 (Marvel, 1964)

THE GARY DALHBERG COLLECTION
Some of the comics Dahlberg owned have a value estimated at more than $25,000 each.
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domingo, 20 de marzo de 2011

-LOS COMICS MAS CHOTOS DE LOS 90s-MEJOR ERA ESCUCHAR GRUNGE,KE LEER ESTA BOSTROFIAZ. BY VINCENT CASTRO-
























Bueno primero; GRACIAS A S,CURE POR INVITARME A ESTA COLUMNA
2-SOMOS PELOTUDOS GRANDES,Y AMAMOS LOS COMICS,OK?
HASTA AHI VAMOS BIEN,ESO NO QUITA KE EN LOS 90S,MAS KE EN LOS 70
SEGUN MI ENTENDER,SATURARON EL MERCADO,EN ESTE CASO ME ESTOY REFIRIENDO
A MARVEL COMICS,PUNTUALMENTE,AUNQUE DC SEGURAMENTE YA VA A COBRAR A SU TIEMPO
PORQUE TAMPOCO ESTA LIBRE DE PUBLICAR BOÑIGAS INFUMABLES DURANTES LOS ALTERNATIVOS
90.
PRIMERO PUSE A SLEEPWALKER;ALGO EN ESA BOÑIGA DE PERSONAJE ME GUSTA,QUIZAS SU CARA DE MOMIA VERDE,PERO POR ESO NO DEJABA DE SER UNA PELOTUDEZ DE COMIC.
BIKER MOUSE,BIKERR MOUSE¿¿¿????KE MIERDA DEL INFIERNO ES ESA!!!!
HABLANDO DE INFIERNOS "HELLSTROM",SEGURAMENTE ESTARA ARDIENDO PARA FOGUEAR UN ASADO.
NOMAD......NOMAD PALABRAS.
SILVER SABLE...BUENO KE SE TRAGE EL ...NO ME TIENTEZ A ESCUPIR BRONCAS "BARATAS".
QUASAR????QUASAR???UNA PIEDRA???NO-ME-SUENA-.
DEATH-HEAD,¿ A KE FRIKI DEL ORTO SE LE OCURRE ENMARCAR UNA BOSTA COMO ESA?POR DIOS KE HAY GENTE PARA TODO!!!.
MORBIUS,ZAFA ALGO.PERO IGUAL NUNCA LE DIERON LA CHAPA KE EL PERSONAJE PODRIA TENER...
TEK WORLD......NO HACIA FALTA SEGUIR ROBANDO CON FRANQUICIAS DE EL CAPITAN KIRK Y SU GATO AMBULANTE,NO ERA NECARIO,DIRIA EL CABEZA GATUNA MENEM.
HULK 2099-SPIDERMAN 2099-THE PUNISHER 2099,PERDONENME KE LES DIGA ALGO.
COMO KE ESTO SIGA ASI NO ESTARAN NI ESOS COMICS EN CAJAS DE 1 PESOS,NI TAMPOCO LA RAZA HUMANA.
VAYA DE PASO MIS CONDOLENCIAS PARA ESE GRAN PUEBLO QUE ES JAPON,KE MANTIENE SU TEMPLANZA FRENTE A TODAS LAS VISCISITUDES.KE ALGUIEN LOS ACOMPAÑE PORQUE DIOS...BUE.
OTRA COSA KE KEDÓ CLARO DURANTE ESA DECADA FUE KE CLIVE BARKER SE DEBE DEDICAR A LOS
TITULOS COMO HELLRAISER,Y A ESCRIBIR NOVELAS DE HORROR,PORQUE LOS COMICS QUE SACÓ POR ESOS TIEMPOS ERAN UNA CACA DE TORO.
QUIERO ACLARAR,PORQUE NO VA A FALTAR EL FRIKI AL QUE NO LE GUSTEN MIS PALABRAS,QUE ESTO; NO ES NADA PERSONAL CON QUIENES DIBUJARON ESAS PEDORREADAS.QUIZAS ALGUNOS DE ELLOS CAPOS.
NO PERDONO ASI A LOS GUIONISTAS NI A LOS EDITORES EN JEFE,QUE SE PENSARON QUE LA GENTE IBA A COMPRAR MIERDA DOUBLE SIZE,CON TAPA PLATINADA.
POR ULTIMO SI ALGUIEN,COMO ME SUCEDE A MI CON SLEEPWALKER TIENE UNA ESPECIE DE AFECTO POR ALGUNO DE ESTOS TITULOS COMO PARA DECIR KE ESTOY EQUIVOCADO;
QUE POR FAVOR ME DIGA HASTA QUE NÙMERO LLEGÒ SU TAN AMADA COLECCIÒN.

GRACIAS STEPHEN,Y YA SE ME OCURRIÓ EL NOMBRE PARA LA SECCIÒN;
-"COMICS DESDE LAS TIERRAS INFINITAS ...PARA ENVOLVER LA ALBHACA...." VC

sábado, 5 de marzo de 2011

-MIS SATURDAY MOORNING CARTOONS...

THE HERCULOIDES-I LOVE THIS!!

O EN CRIOLLO,LOS DIBUJITOS KE MIRABA EN INVIERNO CUANDO
VOLVIA DEL COLE Y TOMABA CHOCOLATE CALIENTE....Y MI MAMÀ ME HACIA
POLLO CON PAPASSS.....BBYYYUUUAAAAAAAAHH. GUIDO SULLER

PD.IRAN APARECIENDO DE A POCO.BYE-

miércoles, 5 de enero de 2011

-ZEPPELIN VS PTERODACTYLOS!!!



Por ser ustedes,ke pasaron por este blog demostrando ser; realmente FRIKIS APESTOSOS,PERO CON HONOR,LES DEJO ESTE POSTER ALUCINANTE DE ZEPPELIN VS DINOSAURIOS!!!SE IMAGINAN ESO,LAMENTABLEMENTE FUE UN PROYECTO NO SE SI DE LA PORDUCTORA DE CINE FANTASTICO HAMMER O AMICUS,KE NO LLEGO A VER LA LUZ,HASTA DONDE YO.
ESO SI NOS QUEDÓ ESTE POSTER ILUSTRACION ES-PEC-TA-CULAR!BUEN AÑO-