PDA

View Full Version : Anyone ever buy TMNT comics from this website?


TurtleWA
04-11-2017, 07:58 PM
http://www.cyberspacecomics.com

Just curious, never know what websites are good to deal with. I'm looking for alternatives to eBay.

Powder
04-11-2017, 08:02 PM
I have, yeah, worked out just fine as I recall.

They send me unsolicited emails about new stock & stuff though, which is annoying. I could probably unsubscribe but I keep forgetting. :trazz:

TurtleWA
04-11-2017, 08:11 PM
I have, yeah, worked out just fine as I recall.

They send me unsolicited emails about new stock & stuff though, which is annoying. I could probably unsubscribe but I keep forgetting. :trazz:

Ok, that's good to know. Thanks.

I've heard others mention mycomicshop but if that's the one that is also on eBay I want to stay away. Horrific feedback stories.

Any other recommendations?

That would be cool if there was a version of myteefinestuff only for TMNT comic books. And at affordable/fair prices.

mrmaczaps
04-11-2017, 08:26 PM
Ok, that's good to know. Thanks.

I've heard others mention mycomicshop but if that's the one that is also on eBay I want to stay away. Horrific feedback stories.

Any other recommendations?

That would be cool if there was a version of myteefinestuff only for TMNT comic books. And at affordable/fair prices.

Affordable and fair are two different things.
Affordable means to you something different than it might me.
Fair means whatever the market will accept so if prices are high, its because people are willing to pay.

What comics are you looking for? I have quite the expanse of extra issues from almost all versions out there...

TurtleWA
04-11-2017, 08:38 PM
Affordable and fair are two different things.
Affordable means to you something different than it might me.
Fair means whatever the market will accept so if prices are high, its because people are willing to pay.

What comics are you looking for? I have quite the expanse of extra issues from almost all versions out there...

Yes agreed. I could have been more specific with what I meant. Affordable in that there is something for everyone spreading all price ranges. Fair in that it's in the market value range but not a top auction value.

I have two separate listings in the b/s/t section of what I am looking for. I need to update though bc issues 40,42,43,44,45 I just bought today.

MrPliggins
04-11-2017, 09:11 PM
miragelicensing.com has a decent amount of the issues you're looking for. Although you're kinda rolling the dice with condition there. For what it's worth, the Mirage volume 1 issues I ordered from them last year were in VF or higher condition.

Sabacooza
04-11-2017, 09:15 PM
TurtleWA, you could try Grahamcrackers Comics.

TurtleWA
04-11-2017, 09:56 PM
miragelicensing.com has a decent amount of the issues you're looking for. Although you're kinda rolling the dice with condition there. For what it's worth, the Mirage volume 1 issues I ordered from them last year were in VF or higher condition.

TurtleWA, you could try Grahamcrackers Comics.

Thanks dudes all very helpful info. :tsmile:

PM sent mrmaczaps.

funatic
04-11-2017, 10:44 PM
I've used mycomicshop multiple times (through their main website, can't speak to their ebay account) to fill holes in my collection and never had a problem. Books often come bagged and boarded when you don't even ask for it, and condition is very on point with what you order. Just play close mind to their grading guidelines: http://www.mycomicshop.com/help/grading Plus, you can have them email alerts when books you're looking for show up!

Jephael
04-12-2017, 08:00 AM
I usually go by eBay's search engine, though I usually find the better deals with either Mile High Comics or My Comic Shop.