PLEASE NOTE THAT I REMOVE SOLD ITEMS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. KEEP CHECKING THE LIST TO SEE IF THE ITEM(S) YOU WANT IS STILL AVAILABLE.
We’re getting closer to my Vast Accumulation of Stuff garage sales at my home in legendary Medina, Ohio, but that doesn’t mean an end to my ONLINE Vast Accumulation of Stuff sales. The only big change is that items will only be offered online twice before they go to my garage sales. More on that in a bit.
Here’s how the sale works...
First come, first serve. In other words, the quicker you e-mail me, the better your chances of getting the item or items. Only e-mail orders will be accepted and you should not send payment until you get a confirmation e-mail from me. All listed items are in good or better condition unless otherwise noted.
Let me stress that “e-mail only” rule. Most of the few mistakes I have made in assembling/shipping orders have happened with orders I accepted via phone or Facebook message. So...I’m not gonna break my own rule anymore.
You should always include your mailing address with your orders. That speeds up the packaging and the shipping.
Items will be shipped via United States Postal Service. There is a $5 shipping/handling charge for all orders of any size unless I specify otherwise in the item description. If your final order is over $100, shipping is free.
Payments are by check, money order or PayPal. My PayPal address is the same as my email address. Purchases will generally be shipped within a week of checks clearing, money orders received or PayPal payments received.
Because this is a one-man operation done between family, household and work responsibilities, these items are only available to buyers within the United States and to APO buyers.
When you receive your order, please check it and let me know of any omissions as soon as possible. I’ll be double-checking the orders on my end, but, if there’s a problem, I want to make it right in a timely fashion.
If an asterix (*) appears at the front of an item, it’s your last chance to buy the item online. Items that fail to sell after two of these online sales will go into my garage sales.
As always, your orders are greatly appreciated.
This week’s sale ends on Wednesday morning, June 4 at midnight.
Here are this week’s items...
1000 COMIC BOOKS YOU MUST READ by Tony Isabella. A fun ride through the history of the American comic book that showcases the variety of the field. Hardcover. Signed on request. Free shipping. $25
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: FAMILY BUSINESS by Mark Waid, James Robinson & Gabriele Dell’Ottom. Fully-painted hardcover original graphic novel. $13
*AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE DAUGHTER OF SPIDER-MAN? By Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz [Marvel; 2007]. “Meet May ‘Mayday’ Parker, the daughter of Spider-Man!” Softcover reprinting material from Amazing Spider-Girl #0-6. $5
ARCHIE DOUBLE DIGEST #259. $1
*ARCHIE’S FUNHOUSE DOUBLE DIGEST #2. $1
*ATTACK OF THE JURASSIC SHARK (DVD). $5
*BETTY AND VERONICA DOUBLE DIGEST #221. $1
*BEST AMERICAN COMICS 2013 [Houghton Mifflin Harcourt]. Edited by Jeff Smith. Series editor Jessica Abel and Matt Madden. 372 pages. Hardcover. $10
*BLACK PANTHER: CIVIL WAR by Reginald Hudlin and Scot Eaton [Marvel; 2007]. Reprints Black Panther #19-25. $6
*BREATH OF BONES #1-3 by Steve Niles and Dave Watcher [Dark Horse; 2013]. All three issues for $3.
CAPTAIN UNIVERSE: POWER UNIMAGINABLE by Bill Mantlo, Steve Ditko, Gerry Conway, Tony Isabella, Rick Leonardi and others [Marvel; 2005]. Reprints nine stories from 1980-1995. Full-color softcover. Signed by request. $10
*CATWOMAN: THE REPLACEMENTS Will Pfeifer and David Lopez [DC; 2007]. Collects Catwoman #53-58. $5
*CIVIL WAR: MARVEL UNIVERSE [Marvel; 2007]. “Whose side are you on?” Softcover reprinting material from Civil War: The Initiative, Civil War: Choosing Sides, Civil War: The Return and She-Hulk #8. $4
*COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE #112 [May 2004]. Atlas Horror. Alan Class. Weird Mystery Tales. $3.50
*CROCZILLA (DVD). $5
*FREEBOOTERS COLLECTION Barry Windsor-Smith [Fantagraphics; 2005]. Fantasy hero meets mid-life crisis in this 184-page graphic album in black-and-white and color. Oversized hardcover. $10
*JAPAN IN YOUR POCKET VOLUME ONE: A LOOK INTO JAPAN [Japan Travel Bureau; 1999]. A literally pocket-size softcover encyclopedia of Japanese customs and traditions covering 100 topics. $1
JUGHEAD DOUBLE DOUBLE DIGEST #200. $2
*OGENKI CLINIC VOLUME 1-4 [Studio Ironcat; 2000-2002]. Comedic manga series about a clinic that treats sex disorders, often of the most bizarrely hilarious kinds. It’s seriously adults only. Four volumes of around 200 black-and-white beautifully-drawn pages. I’m selling this as a lot. $20
*POP MANGA: HOW TO DRAW THE COOLEST, CUTEST CHARACTERS, ANIMALS, MASCOTS AND MORE by Camilla D’Errico and Stephen W. Martin [Watson Guptill; 2013]. Softcover. $7
*SUPERMAN: CAMELOT FALLS by Kurt Busiek, Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merino [DC; 2007]. “A hero will rise and a world will fall.” Hardcover reprinting material from Superman #654-658. $6.50
*TERMINATOR: ONE SHOT [Dark Horse, 1991]. By James Robinson and Matt Wagner. $1
*TIM SALE: BLACK AND WHITE [Image; 2008]. Revised and expanded with new color section and sketchbook, this hardcover book is an art and career retrospective. 272 pages. $13
ZOMBIE FACTORY by various . From those Myron Fass black-and-white horror magazines of the 1970s, this volume reprints “27 tales of bizarre comix madness from beyond the tomb.” Black-and white softcover. 196 pages. $25
Thanks for your patronage.