CRIMSON (Image,1998) #1-24 PLUS Specials and Variants! Humberto Ramos, Vampires
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"Crimson is a rather nicely done vampire tale, rising against the odds to give a very cool, contemporary spin on the old vampire legends. Boasting superior art and remarkably fresh characterization, Crimson is a surprise.The story centers around young Alex Elder, a teenager who had been going through a dark period leading up to the fateful night when he and three friends were ambushed in Central Park. The attackers were vampires, the latter-day offspring of God’s forgotten children. Alex is saved from complete dismemberment by the intervention of Ekimus, a creature almost as old as the world itself, but living apart from either God or Satan. Although Ekimus had saved Alex from extinction, he could not prevent Alex, from being turned into a vampire. Raging with denial at his new state, Alex ran off into the night, where he discovered that the world had a whole new dark side that he had never dreamed of before."
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M = Mint
perfect, unread comic. White pages, sharp corners, perfectly aligned
cover, tight staples, sharp square corners, no creases, marks, fading of
any kind - no flaw whatsoever. We have never actually graded a book as
Mint. to Quote Phil Seuling: "Mint is a flavor of chewing gum."
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is what most comics look like when purchased new, presuming no
harassment on the racks. Tight staples, glossy cover, sharp corners, no
marks, white pages. Any flaws are HINTS of a flaw. Maybe look very
closely and you the perfectionist will see a miniscule mis-alignment of
the cover with the pages, or the hint of the rounding of a corner. Run
your fingers down the spine and you may feel a crease which isn't
visible to the eye. Those are the kind of things which mean that nearly
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VF = Very Fine
condition. Sharp, bright and clean. May have minor spine wear or a
small corner crease, or slight surface wear. Often, at first glance a
Very Fine comic will appear Near Mint, although closer inspection will
reveal trace ( but distinct) imperfections. This is typically the best
grade seen for Silver Age comics.
F = Fine
nice book, still attractive to look at. An optimistic first glance
might reasonably hope for a VF or even a VF-NM. Staples still firm,
there is at least some gloss, good corners, but closer look reveals yet
Vg = Very Good
solid book. Immediately visible but not dramatic flaws - conversely no
dramatic virtues either. Just clean somewhat worn and solid. Maybe some
creases but no significant tears. Staples still solid. Book still
solid, but clearly worn.
G = Good
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larger tear, staples still well attached, but may have stress tears
around them. There may be small chips out of the cover. The wear is
everywhere but the book is still sound.
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its pages. Things may be loose or waiting to get lost, there may be a
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book was somewhere in-between the two selected grades. And when a
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than the grade described, or slightly less in the case of (G-).
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