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@Ilovethe80s [size=140]Anna's GPK Dolls[/size]
Prices: Vary from 45-60 give or take depending on the amount of work.
1 The Fantastic Fast Guy
(2) Do Not Enter - Protected by Zero Heroes
3 Muscle Man
4 Put-Down Man
5 Brand X Man
6 Power Baby
7 Rat Man
8 Milk Man
(9) Award - Zero Hero Crime Fighter
10 Lard Lady
11 Ape Man
12 The Silver Screamer
13 Hen Boy
14 Video Boy
(15) Super Turkey
16 Great Gobbler
17 Egbert the Barbarian
(18) Secret Society of Zero Heroes
19 Commander Big Foot
20 Wonder Rich Guy
21 Colossal Cockroach
22 Commander Clown
23 Captain Cement
24 Silver Skunk
25 Yellow Belly
26 Captain Ugly
27 Amazing Fantastic Colossal Power Zapper Wonder Man
28 Power Punk
29 Super Sneezer
30 Space Slug
(31) Zero Hero
32 Super Surfer
33 Flash Light
34 Super Swine
35 Captain Clod
36 Caped Cucumber
37 Toad Man
38 Captain Longdistance
39 The Power Pinhead
40 Dazzling Dog
41 Valley Girl
42 Fantastic Flea
(43) Zero Hero Official I.D. Card
44 The Z Team
45 Captain Forgetful
46 Thunder Thighs
(47) Z Team
48 Garlic Girl
49 Mean Man
50 The Fall Person
51 Lead Head
52 Bullet Boy
(53) Warning! This Vehicle Protected by Zero Heroes
54 Commander Cheese
55 Fancy Man
56 Wonder Weakling
57 Steel Putty Man
58 Beetle Man
59 Cream-Puff Man
60 Caped Computer
61 Greased Lightning
62 Jet Boy
63 The Caped Rock Head
64 Bird Boy
65 Electric Man
66 The Incredible Bulk
@Ilovethe80s [size=140]PERU - La Pandilla Basura - *BOOTLEG*[/size]
Note: The Peruvian La Pandilla Basura cards are not Officially sanctioned Topps Product. They are Bootleg.
More coming soon
@Ilovethe80s Bottom line: PSA does whatever it wants
Yeah, I won't even bother to check their policies. What they say and what actually happens differs. I do think the "authentic" label is a hedge for them to not have an unhappy customer and put something in a slab they cannot give a grade to if they suspect something. PSA is kind of a joke, but I would still trust it over a random dealer telling me the condition of the card. But the buyer still needs to do their own evaluation of the card to judge whether or not it is worthy of the cost.
From all the discussions i saw on this, BGS got the nod over PSA each time due to its .5 incremental system and it having been the industry standard for a longer period of time, especially for older cards. Strangely enough, in our hobby, PSA is preferred. I think we can all infer why based on their loose policies. I'd like to see more BGS graded cards. When i do see someone use BGS it's usually for international cards. Grant_ant has used them a lot for his israeli cards seing that they actually recognize most foreign cards. Im thinking of getting my loucomania graded with them for shits and giggles.
This guy said it best
@Darkpersian If your looking to grade cards for resale I suggest you get your cards graded by PSA as they sell a lot better then BGS. PSA 10s always sell better then BGS 9.5 despite the cards be exactly the same condition or in some cases the BGS is better.
and that is why, in our hobby comprised of 95% dealers, 5% collectors, the majority of people use PSA. ALL ABOUT THE MONEYY MONEY MONEY
i need to find a normal hobby...
@AC Slater Slab does not equal grade. I think they will slab anything "authentic".
Let me rephrase, wasn't saying slab=grade. What i meant to say is they won't slab cards hand cut from uncut sheets (it's in their policy). They still do it of course, but it's not standard procedure perse.
Interesting discussions about these topics here:
Edit: Found this interesting bit of info:
My understanding is that as a general matter they will give them a numerical grade if the cut is outside the border and an authentic grade if the cut is inside the border, so in effect there is a minimum size requirement.
So that could hint to the fact that this card is slightly smaller. It's confusing though because that seems to be their policy for "hand Cut" cards, those deemed not to have come from an factory made uncut sheet.
this psa slabbed card should have gotten some kind of notation. Seems too vague.
edit: don't care anymore to waste my time on this. IF anyone has better information have at it.
Bottom line: PSA does whatever it wants
@AC Slater Really nice!! I am curious about the blanks. Do they have anything printed on the back?
the backs are blank. The sellers name is: Jason Schwartz
Here's the rates for those blanks
$4 shipping for unlimited cards
I am asking him about international rates so maybe el smetcho, jay, keithout and others here can get them too.
Krazy, nice inking dude
If im reading it correctly, they will not grade (slab) a card from an uncut sheet (that is cut) at all. The os1 sheet i linked to in my last post was diecut. In fact the last 2 that sold on ebay were both die cut.
What PSA seems to have determined is that this card is not from an uncut sheet, what we don't know is, if it's a proof card or part of the regular release.