Tuesday, July 8, 2014


My weekly online VAST ACCUMULATION OF STUFF sales will be posted on Tuesdays until sometime in October. It’s been difficult to juggle the online sales with the Vast Accumulation of Stuff garage sales at my home in Medina, Ohio. This schedule change will allow me to manage both kinds of sales more efficiently and with less stress.

Here’s how the online sales work...

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 and 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.

Items will only be offered online once or twice before going into my garage sales. When you see an asterix (*) in front of an item, it’s your last chance to purchase the item online.

As always, your orders are greatly appreciated.

This sale runs from today through Monday, July 14, 2014.

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

AMERICAN WIDOW by Alissa Torres and Sungyoon Choi [Villard; 2008]. Eddie Torres started work at Cantor Fitzgerald in the World Trade Center on September 10, 2001. The next day, Alissa became one of the terrorist widows of 9/11. American Widow chronicles Alissa's first year without Eddie—including the birth of their child, two months after his death. Hardcover graphic novel. $12

ARCHIE: THE SWINGIN' SIXTIES - THE COMPLETE DAILY NEWSPAPER COMICS (1963-1965) by Bob Montana [IDW, 2014]. Hardcover collection of the gag-a-day strip. 296 pages. $25

ATTU: BOOK 1 & 2: THE FORBIDDEN CAVE and DURENELLA by Sam Glanzman [4Winds Publishing; 1989-1990]. Adventures on a primordial earth. Black-and-white. Softcover. 52 pages each. Sold only as a set. $7

BATMAN: CHILD OF DREAMS by Kia Asamiya with Max Allan Collins [DC; 2003]. If you could be anyone, who would you be? Hardcover graphic novel. 352 pages. Unopened. $20

DEMEKING THE SEA MONSTER (DVD; 2009]. An anonymous letter predicts the apocalyptic arrival of a cosmic monster. Japanese with English subtitles. $5

DINOSAUR EXPERIMENT, THE (DVD; 2013]. A cattle ranch is discovered to be a breeding ground for vicious prehistoric velociraptors. When the bloodthirsty dinosaurs escape, the townspeople must fight to survive the deadly raptors. $5

EDEN FORMULA, THE [DVD; 2006]. Unofficially known as Carnosaur 5. In the industrial district of downtown Los Angeles, Dr. Harrison Parker (Jeff Fahey) has developed the Eden Formula. This new, revolutionary, cutting-edge technology can synthetically reproduce virtually any organism. And it does! $5

KRAZY & IGNATZ: THE KAT WHO WALKED IN BEAUTY: THE PANORAMIC DAILIES OF 1920 by George Herriman [Fantagraphics; 2007]. Hardcover volume measuring  11.5 x 15.5 x 1 inches. $20

MASTERS OF ANIMATION by John Grant (Watson-Guptill; 2001]. Profiles of nearly 40 animators from the U.S., Europe and Japan. Full-color images. Classic and contemporary animated characters. Synopses of films. Softcover. 208 pages. $10

POSEIDON REX [DVD; 2013]. A small, secluded island off the coast of Belize suddenly finds itself terrorized by a deadly predator from the planet's distant past when deep sea divers accidentally awaken an ancient evil. $5

RAPTOR [DVD; 2001]. Unofficial sequel to Carnosaur 3 with all its monster scenes coming from the first three movies. Starring Corben Bernstein and Eric Roberts. $5

SUPERIOR FOES OF SPIDER-Man VOL. 1: GETTING THE BAND BACK TOGETHER by Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber [Marvel; 2014]. Collecting issues #1-6 of “a new sleeper hit saga starring some of Spidey’s deadliest baddies!” Softcover. $8

UNO FANTA: THE ART OF ASHLEY WOOD [IDW; 2002]. Filled with never- before-seen art, this full color, hardcover book features work from Wood's Pop-Bot and examples of his striking illustrations of women. Introduction by Bill Sienkiewicz. 96 pages. $15

Thanks for your patronage.

Tony Isabella

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