I was talking recently with a fellow collector and we were sharing tips and tricks we have had to be successful (or try to be, at least). When sending a request for an autograph, I think it makes sense to make it as easy as possible for
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Hello autograph seekers! There really is no hobby like collecting autographs.. It is thrilling, frustrating, exciting and disappointing all in one. Unlike our fearless leader, Mike and others, I don’t usually have the opportunity to meet celebs in person (although we are trying to see about meeting
It’s not often that you have Captain America, Darth Vader, Poison Ivy, 5 Freddy Krugers (and Robert Englund), a singing puppeteer, and every conceivable version of Spiderman under one roof. Welcome to the annual Rose City Comic Con in Portland, Oregon. Held over the weekend of September
Welcome to a special edition of TTM Tuesday..BROADWAY style. Now while I may have never had the opportunity to see my favorite celebrity perform on Broadway, I have had a couple of really cool autographs from those celebs and you can too! Here are a couple helpful
Who has been your favorite TTM success? Ever receive an autograph from someone you never thought would respond? You never know unless you try! Get out your pens and get ready because this week the stars are aligned! Patrick Stewart c/o AdVoice 40 Whitfield Street London W1T
While collecting autographs has always been fun, finding the right photo for the celebrity to sign has always been (at least for me), almost as much fun. Today we have every conceivable photo of every celeb at our fingertips. A quick search, an on-line purchase and BAM!
If you’ve ever written to Chevy Chase, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Nicholson, or a handful of others, there’s a good chance the autograph you got back was signed by the intended celebrity. Sort of. One of the oldest tricks in the book when it comes to autograph
As a child of the 80’s, my Friday nights were spent at the roller skating rink, at a friends house, or more often than not, watching the TGIF sitcom lineup on ABC- If I am not mistaken, it started with “Full House”, followed by “Family Matters”, “Step
Remember when Gary Coleman said, “Whatcha talking bout Willis? That’s how I felt the first time I learned about a trick some celebrities use when answering fan mail. It’s been around since forever and it’s called a “Secretarial”- a photo signed by a celebs personal secretary or
Hello again philographers (name of those who collect autographs). Last week I talked about the adventures in collecting via venue (VV)- and wouldn’t ya know it, I had a VV success from one of my favorite comedy actors- Tracey Ullman. She was filming a new series in
Comic-con. Two words that conjure up a million images: crazy costumes, celebrity/ fan encounters, more costumes, action figures and, of course, comics. So what exactly is the comic-con? In my opinion, it’s something different for everyone. More importantly, comic-con IS for everyone. Throughout the year in just
Welcome back to TTM Tuesday! I’ve been a long time fan of this website- reading the crazy stories, laughing along, and mostly wishing I lived in LA so I could hang with Mike, Pinky, and the rest of the crew to get (or attempt to get) autographs.