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Friday, August 20, 2010
Lost without LOST?!
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: TV Shows


Lost Without  'LOST'?

Checkout the LOST Show Auction This Weekend!

Online Or In Person August 21-22,2010

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Above Top Photo: Live Auction of LOST Show Props, Costumes and Memorabilia Aug 21-22, in Santa Monica, California!

At the Top Left: We picked up a sampler of the amazingly detailed “LOST Encyclopedia” by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry at the 2010 SDCC!

At the Bottom Left: Someone will win Hurley’s Winning Lottery Ticket with the infamous numbers at this weekend’s auction! 



TODAY'S FEATURE - Blog #3217:

Today's Guest Blog is by my wife, Tina LoSasso:

OK, I admit it. I’m lost without my favorite show - LOST.

Comic-Con just wasn’t the same this year:  no LOST panel, no camping out with fellow LOSTIES trying to get great seats, no playing LOST trivia games with Jo Garfein of JoOpinionated

I pinned my LOST fan pin (thanks, Jo!) to my lanyard and tried valiantly to find something new to grab my interest.

I saw a couple premieres – “The Event” and “Nikita”. They had some high points, but nothing like watching that guy get sucked into the plane engine in the LOST pilot at SDCC 2004. (At which point, I turned to Michael and said, “I don’t care what you think, we are watching this show!”)

I walked around the Exhibit floor looking for fun stuff and trying to follow Michael through the crowd. On Sunday, he stopped me at a small booth and pointed – my heart leapt – it was a preview of the LOST Encyclopedia!

I poured over it that night. It’s like a little fix for all us lost LOSTIES. The LOST Encyclopedia will have over 400 pages and 1500 images of LOST stuff! It’s being released in October. Imagine reading it and reliving your favorite LOST moments.  You’re sure to learn something new about the show. Writers Tara Bennett and Paul Terry, who did the official LOST Magazine, worked with the producers to catalog everything you can imagine about the best show ever.

I’m parting with a couple copies of the preview copy, appropriately called Artifacts – it’s 40 pages of pictures and descriptions of LOST stuff. Michael has listed them in our online store. You can get your fix here.

If the LOST Encyclopedia is a ‘little’ fix, the LOST Show Auction is a ‘Lost Weekend’ of fun.  Profiles in History, the largest auctioneer of Hollywood memorabilia, is running the auction August 21-22 in Santa Monica starting at 1 pm PST. They’ve got it all:

Hurley’s winning LOTTO ticket
Dharma suits, Dharma food and Dharma beer!
Mr. Eko’s stick
Locke’s hunting knives
Kate’s airplane
Jack’s suit
Ben’s eyeglasses
Charlie’s DS ring
Sawyer’s letter to Mr. Sawyer
Jin’s wedding ring
Desmond’s picture of him and Penny
The Hatch
Even Claire’s squirrel baby – and the cradle Locke made for her birthday in Season 1

If you want to bid on any of the show items, you need to register with the auctioneer. You can register as a bidder, check out the auction catalog online and even buy yourself a copy ($55) at http://www.ww.profilesinhistory.com .

Me, I’m sticking with LOST Encyclopedia and hoping for a new show that is half as great next season.



Thanks, Tina, for blogging about this cool collector's item and the upcoming auction!  Another great reason to attend the San Diego Comic Con International to find out about great shows like this one was!

PLUS...My thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now over the 3,215 total posts in number! I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

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For those of you that didn't know me before today... I first set up as a 'dealer' at the 1972 San Diego West Coast Comic Con (SDCC) at the El Cortez Hotel. So I've been around comic conventions for a little while, LOL 

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Updated: Friday, August 20, 2010 5:57 AM PDT
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