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The Tomb Of Dracula : My Childhood Favorite

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this list contains the entire collection of The Tomb Of Dracula comic book series who was published between april 1972 and august 1979. i bought a lot of those issues in the 70's but my mother put my hockey cards and almost all my issues in the garbage in the early 80's but she didn't know the value of those things. do you imagine i had 7 hockey cards of Wayne Gretkzy as a rookie... oh yes ! my mom earns me a bunch (lol) i think she put almost 15 000 dollars in the garbage just like that.(lol) the only good thing i know now it's i can get the entire collection of The Tomb Of Dracula in a 2 book collection but this time my mom won't be able to come near my The Tomb Of Dracula Collection because she lives at 2000 miles from me (lol)

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Posted: 4 years, 9 months ago at Dec 23 5:08
Retro, vintage, timeless. When comics were comics.
Posted: 4 years, 9 months ago at Dec 23 5:28
I know that must hurt like hell DK but a lot of us had similar stories. Great list and thanks for posting your note. I also was fortunate to have a good collection of hockey and baseball cards from the sixties in fairly great condition, but some of them ended in the trash bin. I was at least able to hang on to most of them

I had early batman and superman comics that ended up getting tossed. I can't even remember how old they were but I had started collecting them around 1961-2.
Posted: 4 years, 9 months ago at Dec 23 14:18
when i was a young teenager i was a hockey player and after each game i was buying with my bros some hockey cards (at the little store in the arena) and in about 10 years (1969-1980) we bought 20 000 hockey cards and we had all the rookie cards of the best players of that era... Mike Bossy,Denis Potvin,Bryan Trottier, Marcel Dionne,Charlie Simmer,Dave Taylor. Bernie Federko, Guy Lafleur, Larry Robinson,Peter Stasny etc but we lost all those cards because we didn't thought that our mother wouldn't throw out our things from her house... but we were screwed by ourself in some way (lol) i'm lucky to still have my comic book Tomb Of Dracula vol 2 that i bought in 1972 it's the oldest thing that i have from my collection.
Posted: 4 years, 8 months ago at Jan 2 13:26
Mom stories, we all have them!! :)

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