Great looking and it is much nice and i do like it ! I was just wondering in the Furture will there ever be a site where we maybe able to Trade with others. I think that might me good, for some of us that have more then one or two things signed to share with other or trade for somthing u dont have. What does anyone think of that ideal ! Would it Work ? steve mills williamsburg,ky ! Happy Holidays to all ! God Bless !
Added by steven foster mills on December 26, 2009 at 7:22pm —
I just read this but supposedly Mr. Quaid and his wife stiffed a hotel in texas for a hotel bill. Hopefully their is a simple explanation or maybe he just would not sign any autographs at the hotel for any of the guests or the help at the hotel? May be Chevy Chase was to pay the bill?
Added by Robert Babb on December 26, 2009 at 3:51pm —
Sometimes the media jumps on stories without asking enough questions.
Yesterday, Christmas Eve, was one of those days.
The lead video on TMZ's Web site was an airport encounter with a so-called fan and James Cameron. The "fan" had an "Avatar" poster he asked Cameron to sign. Cameron refused and the guy got pushy. Not like an adoring fan asking again for an autograph. Not even like an aggressive professional autograph runner—unless he was the dumbest one in the world.… Continue
Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on December 25, 2009 at 1:30am —
I thought I would leave a Sci-Fi type X-mas pic since I am a Sci-Fi Guy!
Thanks to the magazine for allowing me to be a part time writer, and readers for reading the mag, and all my Sci-FI Scene columns since 2005. I hope to include more sci-fi conventions and interviews within the magazine in 2010! Peace.…
Added by Mark J Gross on December 24, 2009 at 8:58am —
This is a fun read through, as this site shows some timelines of a few Science Fiction films we all know and have come to love, or at least, some of them!!!
Added by Mark J Gross on December 20, 2009 at 4:52pm —
Many people have either heard about, seen, or own signed Jeff Gordon & Dale Earnhardt Jr. autographed items that include the individual driver's numbered hologram.
These Holograms were designed for the drivers as a way for fans to know that they have purchased authentic signatures. However, there are some very strong misconceptions regarding these holograms. I hope to clear these issues up with this blog post.
1st, Let's look at the holograms on signed 1/24 scale… Continue
Added by Brandon Mysinger on December 16, 2009 at 10:03am —
Which NASCAR driver do YOU want to see a signature study done for first?
The initial list of drivers for the first Study is
-Dale Earnhardt Sr.
-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
reply to this blog with which driver you want to see signatures of . I will count the votes in a week and then start the study for an upcoming blog.
I want the NASCAR section to be in tune with the pulse of the hobby.
Added by Brandon Mysinger on December 15, 2009 at 6:35am —
For those who aren't familiar with "Pawn Stars," it's a show on the History Channel about a family who owns and operates a pawn shop in Vegas. I'd seen ads for it now and then while channel surfing, and at first glance, it looked like yet another crummy reality show featuring a dysfunctional group of people trying to run a business while fighting with each other. However, I was pleasantly surprised to discover the show is more like "Antiques Roadshow," where customers with an eclectic array of… Continue
Added by Scott Voisin on December 15, 2009 at 1:08am —
It is about time that someone in the Media the NATIONAL NEWS . To see what others are doing to a great hobbie like Autographs. To gain money from others hard work and to keep those from stealing from them. 20/20 did that and more and thanks to Mr.Steve Cyrkin on there showing these thugs for what they are. What a Scam to rip off from there full color adds they put out. Saying they have the real deal. And all they did was take a photo from another guy, photo shop it to there needs. Then make's… Continue
Added by steven foster mills on December 12, 2009 at 8:05am —
Gene Barry has passed. He was in so many films and television.
I however, remember him fondly in the sci-fi film War of the Worlds.
Here is yahoo's obit for him!
Added by Mark J Gross on December 11, 2009 at 6:13pm —
THE WINNER IS HEATH LAWSON!!! Heath guessed 84 cards and the correct answer is 116 total signed trading cards in the photo!! Congrats Heath!! I will be sending it out to you this week. ENJOY!!!
Added by Brandon Mysinger on December 7, 2009 at 5:48pm —
Hey, it rhymed! And I'm never going to grow tired of Michael Jackson nose jokes.
Lots of collectable stuff in the news lately.
In Rome, police seized works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Cezanne and other big name artists, in a crackdown on assests that were hidden by a disgraced founder of a dairy company called Parmalat.
There were about 20 masterpieces stashed away in attics and basements in various apartments. They're valued about $150 million.
Added by Josh Board on December 6, 2009 at 4:13pm —
I just caught up on a weeks worth of TMZs on my Tivo. I swear, I hate so much of what that show does. In one segment, they got James Belushi made by continuing to make fun of the basket on his moped. And, when celebrities get bothered by people with cameras, that often translates to people asking for autographs, getting stiffed by them.
But George Clooney, as always, was signing up a storm. At one point he said "I thought the Batman picture I signed last time would be the last time I… Continue
Added by Josh Board on December 5, 2009 at 3:42pm —
I just saw the tail end of this. Probably because the news shows were all focused on the Tiger tail.
(I heard the reason he was out so late the night of the Escalade crash -- he and his wife were out clubbing)
C'mon. That was good.
I'm here all week, folks. Try the linguini.
Anywhooo...this big, heavy set African-American, was trying to sell a black surgical mask that belonged to Michael Jackson. He told the British reporter (who I believe worked for… Continue
Added by Josh Board on December 3, 2009 at 9:20am —