60% Off All Silver Age Comics
A very short newsletter today, as I am off for eastern Nebraska to look at yet another collection. This is
a continuation of my efforts to greatly increase our offerings of great comics for you during the second half
of 2016. Upcoming buying trips include Las Vegas (October 3rd), Central Arizona (October 10th), and the upper
East Coast and Southern Canada (October 17th). If you live in any of these areas and have a collection that you
might wish to sell, please contact my assistant, Will Moulton, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the Captain America comics from the California collections
As regards the
that I purchased in the Bay Area last week, Will and Pam have already been grading comics from those awesome
collections. Take a look at our
link from the past week, and you will be able to see a sampling of what I purchased. An interesting side note is
that the two largest collections that I bought in CA were polar opposites as regards condition. One collection was
nothing but Fair/Good/VG, while the other was nothing but Fine/VF/NM. The boxes from the two collections were scrambled
when I packed them for shipment, which explains why you'll see such unusual groupings of grades in
Some of the Iron Man comics from the California collections
On a closely related note, please do not forget that we have a 60% off NANETTE2 codeword sale in effect for you right
now on all ten million of our
back issue comics,
including all of the great
comics that I just purchased in California. This new codeword sale is my way of helping you be able to afford to add
some of these great comics to your collection at significant savings. Please enjoy!
ICRME Empress 43 Norrie Reynolds passing out free meals to the homeless on Thursday at the St. Francis Center.
My only other bit of news for today is that our benefit auction for
"Feeding Denver's Hungry"
that we held last Saturday was quite successful. I am hoping to add to our donation to this very worthy cause with a few
more contributions this week from those of you who live outside of Denver. My offer to you is quite generous: order a
$25 gift certificate
from us, and we'll either mail you the certificate, or e-mail you the registration number.
Homeless teens sleeping next to the Urban Peak building on Thursday.
You can then use all of that
to reduce the cost of your next order with us. In the meantime, I will then donate your $25 donation to
"Feeding Denver's Hungry"
via my involvement with the
Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire.
I will also enter your name into a drawing that will be held this upcoming Saturday morning for a $1,000
Mile High Comics
shopping spree. Your cost to enter this drawing is essentially nothing, as you get all of your $25 donation back in
comics that I am personally contributing. Cold weather is coming, so please help, if you can. Every $1 you contribute
pays for $20 in food at the
Food Bank of the Rockies...
Chuck and "Feeding Denver's Hungry" founder Jim Scharper picking up at Food Bank of the Rockies.
President - Mile High Comics, Inc.
September 26, 2016