Questionable, Invalid, and Hilarious Bad Auctions!

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Questionable, Invalid, and Hilarious Bad Auctions!

Post by Greg2600 » March 15th, 2018, 12:02 pm

I saw this on ebay. It's a poster from the original Terminator, yet the owner had it signed by actors from the sequels as well!!!!

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/THE-TERMINATOR ... Sw2DBaqK-p

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Re: Questionable, Invalid, and Hilarious Bad Auctions!

Post by AJLe » March 15th, 2018, 12:19 pm

Eh, I wouldn't personally do it that way, but I know people who do that with horror franchises - rather than do individual posters for each film (like I do), they do a big poster of the original F13, NOES, Texas Chainsaw, etc, and just put all of the actors from that entire franchise on it.

And with Arnold not being easy or cheap to get, some people might figure it's better to do one catch-all Terminator piece and hope you can add him to it, rather than try to get Arnold on multiple pieces from each of his films.

Again, not how I personally collect, but I don't see anything necessarily wrong with it.

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Re: Questionable, Invalid, and Hilarious Bad Auctions!

Post by Greg2600 » March 15th, 2018, 12:22 pm

Normally if I'm doing something like that, I would pick a generic image or artwork and do so. To have people who weren't in the first film sign this specifically is quite frankly, bad, and I'm no Class!

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Re: Questionable, Invalid, and Hilarious Bad Auctions!

Post by Gumby » March 23rd, 2018, 7:43 pm

I'm with AJ on this one. It's really not that bad (and certainly not the worst example of Q/InV/HB one could find on ebay).


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