Check out and bookmark the What's New page for notices of special sales, price reductions and new additions of the last few months. Check it for all December sale items!
Comic books: Back issues of Marvel, DC, Image & Independents, from the 1960's-2000, from 25%-75% or more off guide or cover price. Most are high grade. And there's the Clearance page too, with .25¢-$1 comics, and further discounts for quantity.
Comics related & other Art: Various posters, prints, calendars; Alex Ross, promo posters, pin-up & other calendars, 1 large signed Woody Woodpecker animation cel, plus Original Star Trek paintings by Sonia R. Hillios!
Disney merchandise: Various WDCC items (on clearance!), promos, watches, magazines, etc.
Magazines: Various back issue mags - Celebrity/Entertainment, Femme Fatales, Sci-Fi, and comics, toys and collectibles price guides/info mags. Others on the sci-fi pages too (including TV Guide).
Non-sports trading cards: Various insert/chase & promos, mostly 1990's era. A few phone cards too. Clearance on chase/holograms, $1 each!
Sports collectibles: Variety of sports items; mostly baseball, basketball, football, car stuff. Promo cards, a few toys, NASCAR cars & haulers, car and sports mags/media, exotic car posters, and more.
"The Office" merchandise: Cheap but neat collectibles for the NBC TV show, mostly from Target. 2007 calendars, Cast magnet set, 2008 World's Best Boss mugs, Valentine's Day cards, Parade mags, $1-$5 each.
Toys & Neat Stuff: Various toys − Spider-Man, cartoon & character items, cereal premiums, some die-cast vehicles, oddball stuff, and more.
Warner Bros. collectibles: Variety of WB items, including Batman, Looney Tunes & Hanna-Barbera toys; cereal premiums, beanbag dolls, plates; WB Store, Gallery, and catalog exclusives, and more.
And more cool stuff! Most everything is in new or nice condition too, so more collectible for you. See my guestbook for my customer feedbacks, so you know you can buy with confidence.
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