WG 2141 Low Priority
Thursday — May 25th, 2017

WG 2141 Low Priority

Comic Book Fire Sale – All Items Must Go

Hey Grovers! I’ve decided it’s time to thin the herd, so to speak, in the clutter that occupies the closets in my home. The first thing to go is, unfortunately, my comic book collection. I started collecting Superman & Batman titles starting just before the Doomsday/Death of Superman for Superman & Knightfall for the Batman titles. I bought them from comic book shops for the most part, so they are boarded and sleeved. I read them once, and then placed them back in the sleeve and then stored them. There are a few Superman titles, that I know are missing, as I didn’t see the Doomsday/Death of Superman run when I was cataloging them. Should I find them, I will place them up for sale, too. All title prices are the cover prices. I have not had them appraised, but again, they were read once and then put back into their sleeves and then stored so they are pretty damn close to mint.

First to go (as they are the ones that I have sorted and cataloged in a spreadsheet – see below) are the Superman titles. I will go through all the Batman titles starting tomorrow & go through the long process of cataloging them into their own spreadsheet & then post as I finish it.

So, if you are interested in picking up some older comics (1994 – 2004), or if you are interested in picking up the entire Superman collection, please let me know. We can work out shipping details as the titles are purchased (if they are purchased in bulk, I should say, as individual titles purchased should break the bank for shipping – unless it is international shipping – that rate is horrible, sadly). Take a look at the spreadsheet and let me know if you are interested. Again, the price for each is the price on the cover.

Many Thanks!

Just wanted to give a special thank you to the following people for their support of Willow’s Grove! It really means a lot that I have readers that take an invested interest in keeping this old comic going!

So thank you to Ken, Brian, Derek, Tobias, and Software Wild! Your generous contributions help in ways you can’t being to imagine and I just wanted to post my gratitude to you all.

To all my readers, thank you for being part of the Willow’s Grove family. Your comments are always welcome and I look forward to seeing them after a new comic is posted. I may not reply to them fast enough, but please know that I read every one. And to those readers who would like to support this comic but can’t, I completely understand. It isn’t the best out there, and this old cartoonist knows it first hand. I thank you though for reading my comic. To those who have contributed in the past and not in this latest support drive, you know you are appreciated and I thank you as well, for all your support.

Finally, (and this is just a joke…truly, it is just a joke, please don’t take it seriously) to all those readers who went out and bought a Nintendo Switch and are posting about it on Twitter and Facebook…really? (p.s. I’m just kidding, really, enjoy your Switch…p.s.s. but please stop posting about it on Twitter and Facebook)

Peace!

Support Willow’s Grove

Hey Grovers! Just a reminder that you can support this comic in many ways. First, you can become a patron of Willow’s Grove via Patreon. I made this preview video of my producing a strip, which, as a patron of this comic, you can watch the whole thing.

Second, you can drop a tip into the tip jar over there on the right. Or click the tip jar here

And lastly, I have four novels available for purchase over at Willow’s Grove Press

Your contributions help keep Willow’s Grove going by helping me maintain hosting, keep the studio open, pay for internet, electricity, and perhaps a pizza or two every now and then. To those who have contributed in the past, I humbly thank you for your support. Help, if you can, to keep Willow’s Grove free of charge for all to read. Your contributions will go towards keeping me in a position to continue to bring my madness to you and, perhaps, if I’m lucky, make you smile and, for a moment, forget the troubles surrounding us.

Thanks, Grovers!