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Monday, August 21, 2006

Free Spider-man comics inserted into select national newspapers

I saw THIS STORY over at The Comics Reporter... pretty neat promotion. I wonder if it's in any papers within 50 miles of us, like the Harrisburg Patriot-News or the Baltimore Sun or the Philadelphia Inquirer. If anybody scores one of these, please let me know!


At 8/22/2006 4:10 AM, Blogger amoorefan2 said...

uh-oh i can hear it now..."so you guys buy comics? cause i got the first issue of spiderman ever."

At 8/22/2006 8:39 AM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Right. Multiplied by 16 million...

At 8/23/2006 1:39 AM, Blogger shadow said...

Bill, I'm pretty sure that comic is the 99 cent Walmart 3 inch edition, i haven't spoken to any one who saw it in the papers 'round here though.

(ring)...Hello...(do you buy comic books)...sure what do ya got?( well I have a lot of really hot older books) such as ? (well I have 10 copies of Brigade #1 and the rare #0 plus 2 cpoies of each for the whole series and
PROPHET #1 - 10 , NEWMEN #1 -6, the whole WILDCATS run, YOUNGBLOOD.....) Let me just stop you right there,I will
give you 2$ (Only 2$ each?) no the books are worth nothing there are millions of each and every issue in quarter bins all over the country, the two dollars is to buy a clue otherwise known as FELL, purchase , read ...repeat.
(based partly on a true story taking place somewhere in America every week) LOL


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