As the title states... What's the coolest item you've had signed at a con, and who signed it? I have two for this, one Transformer, and one Comic. The TF one is a MIB Blast Punch Optimus Primal. I had Gary Chalk sign it at the Botcon the year it first came out. (I'm blaking on the year right now) I was setting up my table as he was walking around looking. He noticed it on the shelf behind me and asked if he could see it as he hadn't seen that toy before. So I handed it to him and talked with him for a bit. He remembered me from an earlier Botcon and asked how I was doing. After about 10 mins. he was starting to walk off and I asked him if he'd sign the toy. He did. Later that afternoon I was telling a buddy about talking with Gary and showed him the autograph on the box. He said I should have had him sign it and added the note first signed next to the signature since he'd never seen one before. So the next time I saw Gary I asked him if he'd add the that little note. He did and it now sits in a glass display case along with all of my other treasured TF items. The comic autograph is Stan Lee's which I had got from him at the '95 Chicago Comicon. The item is a little strange and has a story of it's own. The item: a comic backboard. The story... I had bought a sketch book for the show following the advice of a friend of mine that if I took the book up to an artist to sign, that they'd most likely do a little sketch too. So I was taking the book to every artist I could to get signed durring the show. At one booth, I met with the colorist for the Ren and Stempy comic. She saw all of the sketches I had collected and offered to do a quick water color for me. She asked who I'd like done to which I replied any character she wanted. (a quick tip for those who try this, an artist is more likely to do a nice sketch if they get to draw a character they want instead of a character you want, especially if they are unfamiliar with the character you want.) So she painted me up a Donatello. She placed a Comic Backboard behind the page so it wouldn't mess up the next couple of pages of my book before it dried. That's when I bumbed into Stan Lee. He wasn't really signing anything at the show that year, but like any fan boy, I pushed my luck. Well as soon as I asked, we were surrounded by a mob who wanted his autograph too. Nice guy that he was, he apologized that he didn't have time to sign for everyone. But he winked at me and said since I was the first to ask he quick sign my book for me. So he turned the page that had been painted and signed the next one which just happened to be the comic backboard. Hehe, I don't think he even noticed as he was in a hurry. He then told me to enjoy the show and walked away into the crowd. That little piece of comic history is now framed and kept in a very cool dry place. So how about the rest of you?