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April 1, 2014

Lots of sales (unloading recent issues for $1):

1. Doom Patrol (2009) #5
2. The Marvel Tarot (2007) #1
3. Fear Itself: Youth In Revolt (2011) #6
4. Fear Itself: The Fearless (2011) #10
5. Fear Itself: The Fearless (2011) #9
6. Fear Itself: The Fearless (2011) #8
7. Silver Surfer (2011) #4
8. Web of Spider-Man (1985) #129.2
9. He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe (2013) #3
10. He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe (2013) #2
11. New Avengers (2010) #31
12. The Mighty Thor (2011) #21
13. Journey Into Mystery (1952) #645
14. Avengers Academy (2010) #39
15. Avengers Arena (2013) #11
16. Avengers Arena (2013) #10
17. Avengers Arena (2013) #8
18. Avengers Arena (2013) #7
19. X-23 (II) (2010) #11
20. Defenders (2012) #12
21. Defenders (2012) #11
22. Defenders (2012) #3
23. Fearless Defenders (2013) #5
24. Red She-Hulk (2012) #64
25. Red She-Hulk (2012) #62
26. Red She-Hulk (2012) #59
27. Red She-Hulk (2012) #58
28. Blackest Night: JSA (2010) #3
29. Weird War Tales (1997) #4
30. Strange Tales (1951) #174
31. World’s Finest Comics (1941) #239
32. Wonder Woman (1942) #238
33. The Witching Hour (1969) #68
34. Showcase (1956) #78
35. The Unexpected (1968) #121
36. The Unexpected (1968) #113
37. Haunted Horror (2012) #9
38. Fear Itself: The Monkey King (2011) #1
39. Fear Itself: Youth In Revolt (2011) #2
40. Fear Itself: Youth In Revolt (2011) #1
41. Swamp Thing (2000) #4
42. Swamp Thing (2011) #28
43. Swamp Thing (2011) #27
44. Swamp Thing (2011) #26
45. Swamp Thing (2011) #24
46. Swamp Thing (2011) #23.1
47. Justice League Dark (2011) #23.2
48. Justice League Dark (2011) #23.1
49. Earth 2 (2012) #15.2
50. Animal Man (2011) #4
51. Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man (2003) TPB vol. 03
52. The Witching Hour (2013) #1
53. House of Secrets (1956) #108
54. The Witching Hour (1969) #40
55. The Witching Hour (1969) #35
56. The Witching Hour (1969) #31
57. The Unexpected (1968) #115
58. Tales of the Unexpected (1956) #89
59. Time Warp (1979) #2
60. The Night Force (1982) #12
61. Starman (1988) #27
62. Marvel Comics Presents (2012) #6
63. Detective Comics (1937) #500
64. The Fox and the Crow (1951) #98
65. The Fox and the Crow (1951) #100
66. The Fox and the Crow (1951) #95
67. DC Special (1975) #29
68. Starman (1994) #6
69. Starman (1988) #26
70. The Demon (1990) #3
71. World’s Finest Comics (1941) #288
72. Witches (2004) #4
73. Witches (2004) #3
74. Witches (2004) #2
75. Witches (2004) #1
76. The OMAC Project (2005) #6
77. Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint (2011) #3
78. Swamp Thing (1985) #155
79. Death: At Death’s Door (2003) OGN SC
80. Just Imagine (1982) #6
81. Comic Shop News (1987) #1307
82. Secrets of Haunted House (1975) #25
83. The Spectre (1967) #8
84. Giant-Size Werewolf (1974) #4
85. Superman (1939) #663
86. Infinity Inc. (1984) #23
87. Doctor Strange (1974) #40
88. Legion of Super-Heroes (1989) #48
89. Legion of Super-Heroes (1989) #47
90. Legion of Super-Heroes (1989) #46
91. Young All-Stars (1987) #5
92. Young All-Stars (1987) #4
93. Young All-Stars (1987) #2
94. Young All-Stars (1987) #1
95. Lobo’s Back (1992) #2
96. The Spectre (1967) #6
97. Wonder Woman (1942) #218
98. The Phantom Stranger (1969) #5
99. Boy Commandos (1973) #1
100. Dead Boy Detectives (2014) #1
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7 Comments
  1. I already owned the issues of The Night Force and Witches, but they weren’t shown in my collection on the site until now.

  2. Blinguini permalink

    Iz we suppozed to feel sorry for y’all livin’ on duh dole in duh Apple and buying up comic books likes deyz goin’ out of style? Pity the fool, man.

  3. Neville permalink

    There seems to be an opportunity here to kill two birds with one stone, chum. You have too many comic books and not enough socks. Why not simply trade some of your comic books for socks? Then you won’t have so many comics to haul around from shelter to shelter and you’ll have enough socks to make it to laundry day. Easy peesy.

    • The comic books are primarily in my storage unit and don’t have to be hauled from shelter to shelter. I spent $5 on more socks. You’re still not getting that this is a matter of principle. People are being paid $118 a day to take care of me in lieu of $37 a day to put me in my own apartment.

  4. Jak permalink

    I think part of the problem is that your blog header makes it sounds like this blog is primarily devoted to fighting homelessness and this particular post is not relevant to that issue.

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