Friday, September 28, 2012


Its that time of year again when the ghosts and goblins or more likely Sheriff Rick and Carl (and maybe Michonne) will be banging on your door, looking for treats.

Well you know what I always say,

"Rot their brains, not their teeth"

This year, give the little ghouls a real treat and stick a comic book in their pumpkin. A comic book will last them a lot longer than candy or chips, and is a lot less messy to save or share. And unlike peanuts or milk chocolate, very few kids are actually allergic to printed words and colourful pictures.
Comics & More has a great deal with a pack of 10 comics for only $2.00.
At 20cents a piece its cheaper than almost any sugary treat you could buy.

Shop early to get the best selection, I know from past experience, these packs sell fast. And don't underestimate how many you'll need. There's 2 more benefits to the comics, they won't go bad if you get stuck with a few leftovers, and you won't be tempted to eat them yourself.

While you're here, pick up a treat for yourself. There are plenty of horror related titles available in store, Marvel Zombies, for one, would make a great read to pass the time between visitors. Or catch up on your Walking Dead. The comic is different enough to the T.V. series that you won't have to worry about spoiling the show for yourself.
  All 16 volumes of the comic will be on sale starting  October 13th,  a whopping 25% off each,
with a special intro price of $5.00 for volume 1, thats half price!!


Well the end is in sight, as Avengers VS. X-Men #12 ships. Is there a final battle that is responsible for all the upcoming relaunches of the Marvel titles? Or is it something as simple as Marvel hoping to outsell DC in November?
Daredevil End of Days is a mini-series like those stories from a few years back that were simply titled "...the end". Punisher the End and Hulk the End were great, but the X-Men one dragged on for a year and a half.
Legends of the Dark Knight #1 is a collection of short on-line stories being collected in comic book format for the first time. Some great creators in the mix including Jeff Lemire.
A couple of big crossovers start, as Green Lantern #13 begins the Rise of the 3rd Army. At Marvel, Minimum Carnage begins, set to run through Scarlet Spider and Venom.

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