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Buying cheap comics

I haven't written much lately about the comics I've been buying, but I just had to tell you about the great sale they are having at Time Warp in Boulder.  I've already talked about their dollar comics box - well, they've changed it into a 25¢ comics box (5 for $1).  I was talking to the owner Wayne, and he said he just bought a huge collection of back issues that he really doesn't need, but the price was so low he couldn't turn it down.  But he knows most of the collection is not worth bagging and adding to his inventory, so he's going to be adding many more boxes to the quarter bin.

But is there anything good for sale?  well, here what I boght today for just 2$:
Archie at Riverdale High #6 (Apr 1973)
Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #183 (Mar 1971)
Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #248 (Aug 1976)
Blondie #146 (Aug 1961)
Harvey Hits #82 (Jul 1964)
Life with Archie #147 (Jul 1974)
Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Comics #157 (Nov 1954)
Love in Tights #1 (Nov 1998)
Sad Sad Sack #41 (Feb 1972)
and one more that someone is getting for Christmas, so I can't tell you more...

So, quite a haul for $2, huh?


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Dec. 20th, 2007 03:18 pm (UTC)
Question about Archie Comics
So I was in this newsstand getting my usual Diet Wild Cherry Pepsi, when I notice the cover of the Jughead digest where he appears to be breaking out of a comics page, and the blurb says something similar to "Jughead invades the real world"? Care to divulge any info?

(stupid spellchecker!)
Dec. 21st, 2007 12:47 am (UTC)
Re: Question about Archie Comics
Sounds like Jughead and Friends #23 (http://s41.photobucket.com/albums/e251/archiesolicitations/?action=view¤t=jfd23_0.jpg). I saw it in the store but didn't buy it, so I don't know what that was about either...
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