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Send Us Your Shelf Porn!

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Send Us Your Shelf Porn!

It’s time once again for Send Us Your Shelf Porn, where you, the home audience, sends us pictures of your oh-so-beautiful bookshelves and comics collection and we post them here, thereby giving you bragging rights among the comics cognoscenti, at least for a day or so.

Our photos this week come via blogger, cartoonist and critic extraordinaire Derik Badman. He’s a rather erudite and clever fellow and you all should read his blog. What’s more, he’s got a swell collection! Take it away Derik!

My two main comics shelves in my office.

Random, recently obtained comics. Lots of stuff I think I’ll write about in the near future.

A shelf of bande dessinee (translated and in French) and one of smaller books.

A shelf of comic strip collections (extra large Sundays with Walt and Skeezix at left doesn’t fit in shelves).

Shelf of Cerebus and Cometbus. Shelf of “about comics”, Mome, and Concrete. Hidden in there are all my “Tales from the Edge” issues with Barron Storey work in it and his Marat/Sade Journals.

Various indie comics and Comics Journals. Prized Rubber Blanket issues in there.

Shelves of more mainstream or classic comics and a few anthologies. Also my old color First Comics editions of TMNT.

Under my desk, a few things I think I’ll write about, maybe after a reread.

Smaller shelf of oversize stuff (Ninja, Jimbo, Acme, etc) and comic strip collections (Krazy Kat) with manga on higher shelves and some recently read stuff on the top (Annie v.2)

Latest addition to the office. Mostly manga.

The “invisible” shelves on the wall. Tintin and Tezuka. International masters shelf!

Hidden in the closet: one longbox (I got rid of most of my pamphlets a few years ago), a complete set of colorized Akira, a box of minis, and the latest Kramer’s Ergot.

Downstairs a wall of shelves, mostly “regular” book organized by color. If you look close though you can see Tezuka’s Buddha series and a whole bunch of Complete Peanuts.

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