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Ted Pugliese
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Posted: 10 February 2019 at 12:23pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

That's a great picture of John and Dan!Allow me to share
mine. I met Dan (and Dave Pruitt) back in 2007 at the
Baltimore Comic-con! They recognized me from the forum.
I have always enjoyed meeting guys from the forum, and I
have made some real friendships over the years. Hope to
see my JBFriends again in 2019!



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Jeffrey Rice
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Who drew that framed pencil drawing of Superman? Has a Garcia-Lopez flair.
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Curt Swan.
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Darren Ashmore
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This video just popped up on my Youtube recommends.

WOW. JB, not only is your collection an absolutely mind blowing sight to behold, but you are a genuinely pleasant, gracious, generous and humble person with such a passion for the comics medium and its history.  I could have watched that video all night.  Superb stuff.
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Neil Lindholm
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 John Byrne wrote:
Just noticed that in his reply to one of the comments, Mike identifies me as a “dual citizen”. Not so! I am a full-fledged damn Yankee. I got my papers!

Did you give up your Canadian citizenship officially when you became an American (if you ever had it) or your British citizenship? I didn't think the United States requires one to do so.



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John Byrne
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Not a requirement. My choice.

(Why do so many people have so much trouble accepting the fact that I wanted to become an American citizen?)

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No trouble accepting it, just curious. I remember being told by my mother that you used to have to stand on the flag of your old country when giving up its citizenship but I never believed her about that. It seemed draconian.
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Mr. Byrne - well, considering the state of TODAY'S America....

Nah. It's still great. And the smog will clear eventually.

Your "museum" looks BEAUTIFUL! How I wish there were some way to visit it, and meet you face to face!

And I would see it as inspiration far more than distraction. Of course, I'm neither you nor a professional creator... I suppose some need a vacuum to work in and some need a riot.
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Comments, comments, comments... kinda sad that with SO MUCH stuff to look at, some people got fixated on the carpet!!
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No offense to your carpet, but who is watching this video and sees the carpet?
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My point exactly. At a guess I’d say faux-ennui engorged fanboys determined to show they are too cool for school.
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There was a carpet? It's like those experiments when a gorilla walks through the scene. I was looking at all the interesting stuff. JB could have been naked for all I know. 
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