I certainly agree with you in the fact that grading some of the less popular titles makes for a great investment. I've had good luck sending in many of my books and thanks to some of your tips I can say I have yet to receive any graded comic at less than a 9.2. I even have a few of "best in the world" GI JOE comics myself :) Your tips for buying comics have certainly paid off as I've had great luck in buying large quantities of items like Ultimate Spider-man, Ultimate X-Men, Origin, etc. At any rate, I look forward to visiting again with you hopefully in the near future and I wish you continued success with your wonderful business and comics. Take care and Happy New Year!!!
Thanks for kind words. I'd agree that every GI Joe is a comic treasure. I've always felt and enjoyed so called fill-in issues as much or more than key issues. That's one reason why complete runs are offered here rather than just key issues. With CGC , I feel that any comic with a COOL cover deserves the plastic frame. The GI Joe's are loaded with action covers and I can't think of a single issue that should not be slabbed.
The Pedigree thing is somewhat reserved for Silver-Age and Golden-Age collections. If a bronze-age collection deserved recognition, the collection here is proving to be the hands-down winner. I've always felt that the main reason to hype a collection as pedigree is to charge more for the issues than they are really worth. Ahhh. Greed at its ugly worst.