LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

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LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby DennisMM on Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:42 pm

It looks as if this has gone as far as it will go. Anything not requested by September 1, 2010 goes into the dumpster. The list and terms, once again:

These are not Mint or even Very Fine in some cases. My cat has stepped upon a number and bent them, but not terribly. Most are better than fine, a few are beat up. Those in poorer shape are noted. You pay shipping costs, including materials. Let me know if you want USPS (media mail, first class, or priority) or UPS (ground, 2nd day air, next day air). UPS is a bit more. I may lose a little or gain a little on the shipping, but I will not knowingly charge you for my time spent preparing the list and processing the mailings. Costs to locations outside the USA will be higher, especially to Europe and Asia.

I take PayPal (preferred), postal/money orders and checks. The latter have to clear before I will ship. I will ship as soon as a PayPal transaction is confirmed and I download to my account.

New Additions - Just added a couple more!

Batman: Battle for the Cowl 1-3 (full story); Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood and others consider who will be Batman in the wake of Bruce Wayne's death. By Daniel Claimed

Captain America: Theater of War one-shot - America First! 1950s Captain America fights communists. By Chakin. Claimed

Captain America Reborn (#1-6 full story) - Steve Rogers takes a crooked path back to life, unstuck in time. By Brubaker/Hitch Claimed

Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield? one-shot Following Steve's return, will he or Bucky be Cap? Claimed

Civil War #1-7 (of 7) - when a third-string hero causes hundreds of deaths, superpowered persons can register with the government or go rogue, with Iron Man on one side and Captain America on the other; by Millar/McNiven

Dominic Fortune #1-4 (full story) - amoral '30s adventurer faces Nazis, movie stars, hookers; by Chaykin. Claimed

Firstwave sampler: Batman/Doc Savage special, Doc Savage #1, Firstwave preview special, The Spirit #1 - classic heroes set in a timeless environment influenced by the '30s and '40s. By Azarello/Schultz/O'Neil/Sienkiewicz, others Claimed

The Flash: Rebirth #1-6 full story - Barry Allen returns, but why is his world different?; by Johns/van Sciver
The Flash new series #1-3; Barry is back, as the Flash and a crime science analyst. And he's accused of murder!; by Johns/Manapul Claimed

Nation X #1-4 (of 4) – unconnected tales of mutants in their new home, the floating island Utopia Claimed

The Punisher:War Zone #1-6 (full story) - Ma Gnucci is dead, so why is she trying to kill The Punisher? Dark, sometimes stupid humor and action by Ennis and Dillon Claimed

Simpsons Comics # 6-13, 15-27, 29, 42, 43, 46 - one-shot stories of the Simpsons and those around them. Each issue a standalone tale. Plus Bartman poster!

Superman: World of New Krypton Special; World of New Krypton #1-10, 12. 11 is around here someplace. If it turns up, you get it. The newly enlarged Kryptonians build themselves a home on an artificial world, and Superman goes to live among them. Can a Kryptonian raised on Earth possibly live in a completely alien society?; by Robinson/Rucka/Woods.

Three-Dimensional Seduction of the Innocent special - 1950s horror stories given the 3-D treatment in the 1980s. Great Dave Stevens cover Claimed

BACK ON THE LIST!
Thunderbolts #1-41, Annual '97, Minus 1. Marvel's greatest heroes are dead (or so everyone thought) following the Onslaught event. A new team steps forward to protect the public. What is their dark secret? By Busiek/Nicieza/Bagley.

Torch of Liberty Special - a Captain America-derived patriotic hero fights in WWII; by Byrne/Dwyer

Ultimate Avengers #1-6 (full story) - In the wake of the Ultimatum, Nick Fury pulls together a new black ops team to handle missions the Ultimates cannot. First up, Captain America has gone rogue; by Millar and Pacheco.

X-Men: Ghost Boxes ms #1-2 (of 2) stories of the X-Men from alternate dimensions. About what you'd expect from Warren Ellis - meaning, grim. Claimed

*****

At the end of the main list are what I call oddities. These are incomplete runs, the first couple issues of a book I decided not to keep buying, and so forth.

The main list

Adventure Comics # 357 - Legion of Superheroes in “Ghost of Ferro Lad;” #479 - Dial H for Hero (second series - first appearance?) Both well-read and worn.

Alpha Flight v.1 #1-28, 89-92; v.2 1, 3. John Byrne introduces Canada’s national super team. Nice art, sloppy storytelling at times. 89-92 bring back Alpha’s original leader. V.2 story deals with rebuilding Alpha.

The Atom v.1 #34; DC ‘67, Fox/Kane (cover repaired with tape by previous owner); The Atom Specials #1,2. Tom Peyer/Steve Dillon/Luke McDonnell.

Avengers Annual #10, '81. Claremont/Golden. Water damaged; Ms. Marvel, Mystique, first Rogue.

Batgirl #1, DC -"Girlfrenzy!" event one-shot flashback story for Barbara Gordon. Claimed

Big Bang Comics #1; Image; GA pastiches - Mighty Man, Knight Watchman

Birds of Prey #1-4, first miniseries. Birds of Prey: Manhunt #1-4, second mini Claimed

Bizarre Heroes #1; Kitchen Sink, ‘90; Don Simpson; fairly serious. Bizarre Heroes #1-15, 17 (missing #16); Fiasco; played largely for laughs, Megaton Man crossovers

Black Hood #1-3; Red Circle, ‘83; update of ‘60s Mighty Comics characters; Morrow/Boyette/Toth; Toth covers on all. Blue Ribbon Comics #2; Red Circle; features Mr. Justice; Dubay/ Nino/ von Eeden

The Blair Witch Project #1; Oni, ‘99; stories based around the “myth” in the film; not an adaptation.

Captain Atom v. 2 1-11, 18-19, 24;. origin and early appearances ('86-89) of the DC version of the Captain, by Bates and Broderick.

Captain Confederacy ms v.2 #1-4; Epic, '91; international heroes meet in a world where the CSA won the civil war and as a result history has been altered in subtle and not so subtle ways. Continues self-published comic of the same title.

Clonezone Special #1; Dark Horse/First '89; reptilian comedian from Nexus does a telethon; by Baron and Neil Vokes.

Coyote #1-15; Epic, '84-85; the Native American trickster spirit's avatar fights an Illuminati-type conspiracy; by Englehart and Chas Truog; also features The Djinn by Englehart/Ditko, as well as Scorpio Rose.

Crossfire #2-4,8.9,11, 16,18,21-23; Eclipse, '80s; LA bail bondsman takes on costumed identity of criminal to fight crime and develop contacts in the underworld; spinoff from DNAgents; by Mark Evanier and Dan Spiegel; wonderful text pieces in the back about Evanier's work in TV.

Danger Unlimited ms #1-4; Dark Horse '94; Byrne does a sorta-kinda FF pastiche set in a future where aliens rule the Earth.

DC Comics Presents Annual #1, 4: DC '80s; in #1, Golden and Silver Age Supermen battle their equivalent Lex Luthors; in #4 Supes and the time-traveling Superwoman battle Luthor and minions.

DC versus Marvel ms #1-4, Preview with ballot; '96; major heroes from the companies battle; readers were allowed to pick the winners of several of the biggest fights; by Marz/David/Jurgens/Castellini.

The Demon v. 2 #1-4 miniseries; DC, '87; Jason Blood tries to free himself of Etrigan; plays off appearances in Moore's Swamp Thing; by Matt Wagner. Claimed

PACKAGE: The Man of Bronze
Doc Savage #3; Marvel, '72; "Death in Silver" by Englehart and Andru.; bent somewhat
Doc Savage ms #1-4; DC, '88; brings DS and his aides into the '90s, along with Doc's grandson; by O'Neil and the Kubert brothers.
Doc Savage #1, 11-14, Annual 1; DC, '88-'89; continues from miniseries, features return of pulp villain John Sunlight; by O'Neill, Barr/ Whigham.
Doc Savage: Curse of the Fire God ms #1-4; Dark Horse, '95;back to the '30s; by Steve Vance and Broderick.
Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze #1; Millennium, '91.

E-Man #1-25; First, '80s; energy being from space fights crime, alien invaders, monsters of all sorts; revival of '70s Charlton title; by Joe Staton/Martin Pasko/Nick Cuti.
The Original E-Man and Michael Mauser ms #1-7; First, '85; reprints all original Charlton E-Man stories together for the first time; by Staton/Cuti.

Formerly Known as the Justice League TP – second-string heroes from 80s series are recruited. Humor.

Fury #1; Marvel, '94; the origin of SHIELD; by Barry Dutter/M.C. Wyman.

Grimjack: Killer Instinct ms #1-6; IDW, '05; prequel to '80s series shows us John Gaunt as a Cynosure cop, intros elements seen in the original series.
PACKAGE: Hawkman/Hawkworld
Hawkworld v.2 #1-32, Annual 1,2; DC, '90-'93; follow up to reboot miniseries by Tim Truman; by Ostrander/Truman/Nolan/Kwapisz.
Hawkman v.3 #1-6, 9-27, 29-33, Annual 1,2; DC, '93-96; continuing from Hawkworld but with more of a mystical superhero slant; by Ostrander/Loebs/Priest/Lieber.

The Jam: Super Cool Color-Injected Turbo Adventure From Hell (one shot); Comico, '88; working-class hero The Jammer spends a day out of costume dealing with the entertaining mundanity of life; by Bernie Mireault.

Journey into Mystery #2; Marvel, '72; adapts Robert Bloch's "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper"; by R. Goulart/G. Kane/R. Reese.

Just a Pilgrim ms #1-5; Black Bull, '01; after a solar expansion, the world is burned dry and a crazed military man shepherds a caravan in search of water and safety; by Ennis and Ezquerra.
Just a Pilgrim: Garden of Eden ms #1-4; Black Bull, '02; years after the first series, the Pilgrim aids the survivors of a genetic research facility, who are planning a new, lush world. Claimed

Justice Riders one shot; DC, '97; in the old west, Sheriff Diane Prince and her posse face down the magic of Felix Faust and futuristic machines of Maxwell Lord; by Dixon/J.H. Williams.

Legionnaires 3 ms #1-4; DC ‘86; the founders of the Legion - Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl and Cosmic Boy - face down the Time Trapper to rescue LL and SG’s son; by Giffen/Newell/Colon/Kesel.

Machine Man ms #1-4; Marvel, ‘84; in 2020, X-51 is reassembled by technolooters and tries to reconstruct what’s happened to him; all this and Iron Man 2020!; by DeFalco/Trimpe/Windsor-Smith.

Adventures of the Mighty Crusaders; #1,2; Red Circle, ‘83; the 1960s Archie Comics Heroes - Black Hood, Comet, the Shield, the Fly, the Web, the Jaguar - come together to fight crime; this time it’s played relatively seriously, not as a semi-parody of Marvel; by Buckler/Giacoia.

normalman #1-3, 5-9, 11-12; Renegade, ‘84; child sent from the dying planet Levram lands on a world where everyone has super powers; each issue parodies a specific comic book company or genre; by Jim Valentino; includes 3-D glasses for issue 12’s color 3-D center spread.
normalman vs. Megaton Man one shot; Image, ‘94; no real fighting, just an examination of the state of comics as Valentino saw them.
normalman twentieth anniversary special; one shot; Image ‘04; ten years later, norm takes another look at the comics world, accompanied by Captain Everything.

Ocean ms #1-6; Wildstorm, ‘04; a U.N. weapons inspector is called to a space platform orbiting Saturn in order to study a previously unseen situation; someone doesn’t want the U.N. butting in; by Ellis/Sprouse/Story.

Open Space one shot #0; Marvel/Wizard giveaway, 99; prints Alex Ross’s first Marvel story, purchased for OS #5 (1989; book was canceled after #4); pleasant but lacks the sureness of technique seen in his modern work.

The Original Johnson, volume 1 TPB (of 2) ; part one of the life of early 20th-century boxer Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion; by Trevor von Eeden

Power & Glory ms 1-4 and Holiday Special; Malibu, '94; the government turns an industrial spy into an all-American superhero but has to put a CIA agent on his tail to handle the real work; by Howard Chaykin.

Psycho Killers #3; Comic Zone, '92; the story of Ed Gein.

The Punisher v.4 #20-22; Marvel, '03; in "The Brotherhood" Frank Castle is forced to deal with wife-beaters, a cop in hock to the mob and a warehouse full of confiscated coke that's supposed to save everybody; by Ennis and Dillon.

Robin Plus Impulse #1; DC, '96; on a ski trip, Tim Drake meets a big-footed, big-haired speedster and the two go after an anti-government extremist; by Waid/Augustyn/Royle.

Sergio Aragones Destroys DC one-shot; DC '96; desperate for cash, Sergio tries to break into superhero comics; written by Mark Evanier.

Shaman's Tears #5-8; Image, '95; Native American forest service worker fights Indian-related crime; in this story he visits NYC and encounters Jon Sable, Freelance; by Mike Grell.

Shazam! and the Shazam Family! Annual #1; DC, ‘02; there never was a 1953 Captain Marvel annual, but what if there had been? DC presents its version of what might have made the cut; by Binder/Raboy/Beck/Swayze.

Shock Rockets ms #1-6; Image, ‘00; highly specialized aircraft battle would-be world conqueror in the grim aftermath of a war with extraterrestrials; by Busiek and Immonen.

Simon Spector one shot; Avatar, ‘04; a Doc Savage like figure searches for an insane kidnapper and murderer; part of the Apparat project; by Ellis/Burows.

Soulsearchers and Company #1-5, 7-25; Claypool, '90s; a motley group of paranormal investigators battles sorcery with its own mystic skills including the assistance of a genie.

Space Ghost one shot; Comico, '87; a mysterious type frees Zorak and other SG rogues from prison; by Evanier/Rude; includes a short text piece on creating the show.

Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four in ... Brain Drain!; Marvel/OfficeMax/National Education Association giveaway, '06; part of the Teachers Count promotional program; features real life teachers joining the heroes to defeat Doom; by Defalco/Lim.

Strange Adventures #219, 230; DC, '69; science fiction reprint anthology includes Atomic Knights, Adam Strange and work by Infantino/Kane/Fox/Broome. Rather worn from the stress of nearly 40 years.

Superman for the Animals one-shot; DC, 2000; giveaway from the Doris Day Animal Foundation tells the story of a kid who has to go against friends to stop animal abuse; by Millar/Grummett/Giordano.

Swords of Texas ms #1-4; Eclipse, '87; after the breakdown of the United States, mercenaries take what work they can find; a Scout spin off bridging the first and second series; by Dixon/Dunn/McKenna and Smith/Henry.

Timber Wolf ms #1-5; DC, '93; transported to the 20th century, transformed into a feral beast, Timber Wolf must protect a young woman of awesome power; by Gordon/Phillips.

Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct ms#1-5; ABC, '05; no Moore, no Ha, no Cannon; in their places Paul Di Filippo and the very able Jerry Ordway; decent enough tale of the Top 10 crew, but it doesn't even live on the same planet as the original.

Underworld Unleashed ms#1-3, Underworld Unleashed: Patterns of Fear one shot; DC, '95; Demon Neron offers villains great power in exchange for their souls, heroes' greatest desires for same - temptation takes its toll; by Waid/Porter/Stern/Williams/Lanning.

WaRP Graphics Annual #1; WaRP, '86; sampler of WaRP material featuring "Panda Khan" by Sharp/Garcia; "Elfquest" by Pini/Pini; "Mythadventures" by Asprin/Foglio/Valentino; "A Distant Soil" by Doran.

The oddities

Adventure Comics new series #1 - Superboy by Johns/Manapul; Legion of Super-Heroes by Johns/Henry

Amazing Spider-Girl #0 Material from the first run introduces May Parker for new title

Angel: Smile Time #1 (of 3) - first part of TV episode adaptation

Apocalypse Nerd #1 (of 6) - nerd and friend try to make their way after a nuclear exchange

The Authority Prime #1 - nth version of the superteam

Bartman #2-6 - tales of Bart Simpson as superhero plus Bartman fold-out poster

Battle Pope #1 - following the Rapture, corrupt Pope is remade into a warrior for God, assisting Jesus

FCBD Bongo Comics Free for All 2007 & 2010 – samplers of Simpsons-oriented material

Bullet Points #1 – alternate history of the Marvel universe beginning with no Capt. America in WWII

Crazy Bob #1 - schizophrenic's life is disrupted as he hears voices everywhere. Humor?

CSI # 1-2 (of 5) - TV adaptation

DC Universe Legacies #1 - Golden Age heroes by '70s writers; Crimson Avenger, Sandman, Atom, Dr. Fate

Deadman #1-2 - airline pilot is killed in a mysterious crash – or is he? Nightmare or reality?

Detective Comics 823 - one-issue tale of Poison Ivy and her late lovers Claimed

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep #1 (of 24) - word-for-word adaptation of PK Dick novel

The Elvis Mandible – was Elvis's power in his jawbone? Strange tale of pseudo-science and mystery

Empire #1 – supervillain takes over the world; mostly character drama and plotting in the government

First Six Pack – sampler of First Comics titles from the mid 1980s

FCBD Fractured Fables; humorous variations on Red Riding Hood, Rapunsel, Rumplestilskin by Allred, Talbot, others

The Gift – more First Comics samples, this time holiday stories

Gordon of Gotham # 1,2, 4 (of 4) – background on eventual Commissioner Gordon

Green Arrow & Black Canary #1,2

Gumby FCBD giveaway

Guy Gardner, Warrior #29 – Guy opens his superhero's hangout club

Hawk & Dove Annual 2 – Armageddon: 2001 tie-in with possible futures for the characters

Incredible Hulk: Destruction #1,2 (of 4) – Hulk vs. the Abomination, with expanded origin of villain.

Infinity Inc. second series #1,2 – Steel tries to help niece, Natasha, live as a formerly powered hero. Twists and nastiness, of course, complicate things.

Iron Wok Jan #1 – Japanese manga about an arrogant trainee chef

Irredeemable #1 – what if the world's greatest hero turned bad?

Irredeemable Ant-Man #1 Slacker SHIELD agent steals a new Ant-Man suit and tries to become a hero. Humor.

Jack Cross #1,2 – reluctant antiterror specialist gets results by any means necessary

Justice League of America FCBD #0 – who will be on the new team?

Legion of Stupid-Heroes #1 – Legion of Super-Heroes spoof. Sort of.

Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century FCBD #1 – adaptation of animated TV show

Madrox #1, 2, 4 (of 5); the Multiple Man starts a detective agency, falls into mystery with his lover

The March Hare #1 – a private eye is haunted by an invisible rabbit creature that causes havoc

Martian Manhunter v. 2 #1-4 (of 8) J'onn J'onnz learns other Martians are alive on Earth

Marvel Premiere #30 – The Liberty Legion; second-string patriotic heroes in WWII

Marvel Premiere #56 – Dominic Fortune, '30s adventurer for hire

Marvel Team-Up #120 – Spider-Man and an aged Dominic Fortune in the '80s

Marvel Team-Up #138 - Spider-Man and the Sandman

Marvel Two-in-One #47 – The Thing and the Yancy Street Gang.

Megaton #2 – three unrelated stories; Erik Larsen piece introduced the Savage Dragon (1 panel)

Metal Men v. 3 #1 – reintroducing the robot crime-fighters; played lightly

Metropol #1-4 – arcane rumblings in a twisted, dark city focus on an otherwise insignificant man Claimed

Midnight, Mass #1 – young married couple are the world's premiere battlers against forces of darkness.

Midnighter #1 – the brutal hero from The Authority goes solo

Monolith #1,2,4 – a hard-living young woman inherits her grandmothers home and, unknowingly, a golem created in the 1930s.

Moonshadow #1-3 (of 12) – a boy, the product of the union of a human woman and a bizarre alien, must make his way in the world (and the cosmos) following his mother's death.

Namor #1 – the Sub-Mariner takes a new turn, courtesy of John Byrne

Neil Gaiman's Lady Justice #1 – a spirit of female justice empowers women, seemingly at random

New Statesmen #1-2 (of 12) – in the near future, each US state has its own resident superhero. All is not well with them. Inspired by Watchmen, apparently.

New Triumph Featuring Northguard #1,2 – a young Canadian is recruited to wield a new weapon of massive power, demands to do so as a costumed superhero

Newuniversal: Conqueror and Newuniveral: 1959 – tie-ins to the regular Newuniversal series show how the threat in the present day was also apparent in the near and distant past

nextwave #1 (of 6) – more second-string heroes, this time in the hire of a SHIELD-like agency. Humor.

Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD ('80s series) #1,2, 20 It's SHIELD. What else do you need to know?

Nomad #1 – the 1950s Bucky travels America with an infant. Loosely inspired by Lone Wolf & Cub

Project Superpowers #0,1 – a retired senator, who once was a patriotic superhero, is tasked with bringing his wartime compatriots back to the world of the living

Prowler #1-2 – a masked hero of the 1940s takes a young man under his wing as his inheritor

Punx #1-2 – powered street kids are dragged into a bizarre conflict. Uses meta humor and lots of it.

Quasar #58 - Quasar is forced into a race across the galaxy, featuring a mystery hero at one point

Red Menace #1 - a 1950s patriotic hero is confronted with evidence that he is a commie

Red Robin #1,2 - Tim Drake quits Gotham City and takes on a new identity while searching for Bruce Wayne, whom he is sure is still alive

Rush City #1,2 - a mysterious man in a fast car helps those in need, inspired by a hazy incident in his past

Secret Invasion: Dark Reign special - major Marvel villains gather to plot their eventual world takeover

Showcase '94 # 12, '95 # 3,11, '96 # 8,10,11,12 - mostly unconnected stories of the DC universe, by a wide variety of writers and artists

Scars #1,2 (of 6) a hardened homicide detective is overwhelmed by a series of murders

Sleazy Scandals of the Silver Screen - stories Hollywood didn't want you to know

Simpsons Comics # 6-13, 15-27, 29, 42, 43, 46 - stories of the Simpsons and those around them. Plus Bartman poster!

Trials of SHAZAM! #1-3 (of 12) - after Billy Batson is pressed into the role formerly occupied by the wizard Shazam, Freddy Freeman must prove himself worthy of the powers of Captain Marvel

Uncle Scrooge/Mickey Mouse FCBD flip book - some nice Disney stories

Warp Graphics Annual - sampler of WARP Graphics material from the '80s; includes ElfQuest, A Distant Soil, Panda Khan, Thunderbunny

X-Force #1,2 - Cyclops creates a black ops team to deal with certain mutant threats; Wolverine Claimed
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby Nachokoolaid on Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:59 pm

Dennis, I've got some comics from you before. If you still have them, I'd like:

Batman: Battle for the Cowl 1-3 (full story); Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood and others consider who will be Batman in the wake of Bruce Wayne's death. By Daniel

Captain America: Theater of War one-shot - America First! 1950s Captain America fights communists. By Chakin.

Captain America Reborn (#1-6 full story) - Steve Rogers takes a crooked path back to life, unstuck in time. By Brubaker/Hitch

Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield? one-shot Following Steve's return, will he or Bucky be Cap?

Dominic Fortune #1-4 (full story) - amoral '30s adventurer faces Nazis, movie stars, hookers; by Chaykin.

Firstwave sampler: Batman/Doc Savage special, Doc Savage #1, Firstwave preview special, The Spirit #1 - classic heroes set in a timeless environment influenced by the '30s and '40s. By Azarello/Schultz/O'Neil/Sienkiewicz, others

Punisher Warzone #1-6.

Let me know if this is a problem. I should be able to pay you through Paypal again I think. Get with me on the details on exactly how we handle this.

Thanks
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby DennisMM on Mon Jul 05, 2010 3:02 pm

Noted, sir. Wow, that didn't take long.
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby Nachokoolaid on Mon Jul 05, 2010 3:03 pm

DennisMM wrote:Noted, sir. Wow, that didn't take long.


I just happened to get on here. And saw that you posted. I enjoyed the ones from last time, so I thought I'd give it another go. PM me with the details, because my address and a few things have changed since last time. Thanks.
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby DennisMM on Mon Jul 05, 2010 3:09 pm

Just FYI, I was waiting for a response from a friend on some of the new stuff. I didn't expect anyone else to be interested at this late date.

Because of this, y'all may have to split if he decides he'd like an item or two. I forgot to note that. My apologies, and I'll get back to you as soon as I hear from him.
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby Snow Apple on Sat Aug 07, 2010 9:27 pm

Dang it I wanted some Wolverine comics. I got all excited for a minute.
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby DennisMM on Sat Aug 07, 2010 9:57 pm

Sorry, Snow. I've never been much of a Wolverine fan. What Wolvies I had went fast in the first giveaway, two years ago.
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Re: LAST CALL for (Almost) Free Comics

Postby Snow Apple on Sat Aug 14, 2010 2:51 am

I think he appeals to me because I'm a girl that's almost always a sucker for a bad boy. A girl online that's into comic books told me it's fairly common that girls that aren't into comics get pulled in by Wolverine. She also told me if I go to the comic book store I shouldn't ask about him right off or it might be annoying or something. Based purely on "The Big Bang Theory" I think I'd be just fine in a comic book shop no matter what I said. I went in there once when I was a teenager looking for New Kids on the Block comics and even then they were nice. I remember being really surprised there were so many toys in there. Boy am I chatty tonight.

Anyway, Fried Gold is awesome and he showed me where I can read Wolverine for free online! Well, maybe not all of them?
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