Famous Space Artist , Bob McCall has passed away at the age of 90.
I never met this artist, but I do have many works he did, included 2 of them signed!
Here is a link to his OBIT.
We're very lucky in New York to have a large variety of concerts to attend and/or collect autographs at on any given day. We are equally lucky to have such an amazing variety of venues to do so at. One popular venue is BB King's Blues Grill in Times Square. The club is often a venue for tribute bands, but, on occasion, some of rock and roll's true legends perform there. In fact, in the past year, just by waiting at the stage door there, I have gotten in-person glimpses of…Continue
Hello to all my friends and collectors out there ! 2-27-10
Just wanted to share somthing with you as a reader of this great Magazine. Last evening as i was in so much pain from my disablity and not being able to sleep. I thought i would check out my facebook and my auctions i do. When i saw that Mr Cyrkin was also on here, that just made my day. It was 3 am here in ky and he was hard at work at midnight in Ca. And to be able to Chat to him is so awsome. What a great guy he is,…Continue
Added by steven foster mills on February 27, 2010 at 4:14pm — No Comments
Here I have a signed picture of Clara Bow that I would love to sell if your interested in it please email me at
Modern Family is one of the new shows that's actually pretty good.
On tonights episode, one of the kids reads their siblings diary. A fight insues and one sister ruins the other sisters autographed poster of Maya Angelou, which she said she cherished more than anything in the world. She also mentions how long she had to stand in line to get it signed.
We can all feel your pain.
In my latest issue of SPIN MAGAZINE, they did a quick interview with…Continue
Added by Josh Board on February 24, 2010 at 10:29pm — No Comments
One of the readers here, Bob, emailed me asking if I heard about a Superman comic book that sold for a million bucks.
Having collected basketball cards as a kid, I remember thinking how crazy it was when a Honus Wagner baseball card would sell for that amount. Heck, a Bill Russell rookie card I bought for $45, was once deemed the most valuable basketball card at over a thousand bucks. For some reason, that number dropped significantly years ago.
Added by michael hardin on February 23, 2010 at 11:04am — No Comments
On TMZ Monday night, they showed Charlie Sheen leaving his fathers place in Los Angeles. He signed lots of autographs, and took photos with every fan that wanted one. Nobody asked him about his recent court case, and I'm guessing, he was on his best behavior with the fans as a PR move. But hey -- if more autograph collectors can score this way, cool.
Musician Chris Brown, best known for beating the tar out of Rhianna, was seen leaving a place and taking photos with fans. When…Continue
Added by Josh Board on February 23, 2010 at 1:49am — No Comments
I just finished and published a small Dale Earnhardt Jr. signature blog on the new Autograph Magazine main website. You can view it here http://autographmagazine.com/2010/02/dale-earnhardt-jr-signing-habits-signature-variations/
While this is not the Dale Jr signature study I am writing, this is a breif look at Dale's vintage and current signatiures.
Added by Brandon Mysinger on February 20, 2010 at 3:54pm — No Comments
On TMZ, a few different times this week, I've seen him signing autographs outside of various clubs and TV shows.
I swear, that show is the best for seeing celebs and what their signing habits are.
The staff of TMZ said he doesn't usually sign, let alone talk, but with Shutter Island coming out tonight, he's doing the smart PR thing.
For the past few years, I've been going to Florida each February for spring training. I've obtained autographs from such stars as Jason Giambi, Tommy Lasorda, and Randy Johnson this way. This year, however, practices started a bit late-and therfore I was only able to go to two camps. The Phillies camp in Clearwater was very spread out-meaning little to no opportunity for autographs. I didn't see a single player sign at all. At the Tigers camp in Lakeland, however, there was a…Continue
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Self-Serving Antipathetic Steve Koschal
by Herman Darvick…Continue
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About 30 miles north of San Diego, a woman was making national news for placing an ad for a husband. She was in her late 40s and losing her health insurance. A medical condition meant $3,000 in pills each month.
Don't feel too bad for her. She had thousands of proposals and will probably work this all out just fine.
Now comes a guy in San Diego that wants to exchange his baseball cards and other sports memorabilia, for a house. He put on ad on Craigslist, and…Continue
One of the most underrated songwriters ever, is named Stew. He used to be in this little indie band out of L.A. called The Negro Problem. The band sounded a little to pyschedlic sometimes, but on his solo records, Stew wrote some of the best songs in music history.
He's living in Berlin now, after the success of his Broadway play Passing Strange (which was filmed by Spike Lee).
Anyway, he used to do something on his website where you could hire him to write and…Continue
Added by Josh Board on February 10, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments