Some of you have already decided whether to buy this bundle of ten
random, recent Marvel comics. You're the ones who have a favorite
Captain Marvel. You're the type who took sides in the Kree-Skrull War.
You're the kind who use "retcon" as if it were a real word. And you've
made your minds up already, sure as Foggy Nelson likes a danish.
what about normal, decent people? If you don't know your Beyonder from
your Galactus, let us explain. Along with Pibb-stained carpet and
semi-nude statuettes of superheroines, every comic store worth its salt
contains a quarter bin. These wondrous cauldrons (or cardboard boxes)
of mystery hold the misfires and overruns and flops nobody wanted at
three bucks apiece. Rather than do the decent thing and pay somebody to
haul all that garbage away, store owners offer these comics for a
pittance to customers whose appetite for heroic fantasy is greater than
their discretionary income.
So why drop six bucks postpaid
on this bundle when you could just go to a comic store and grab a
handful of quarter-bin mags? For one thing, that would require you to
enter a comic store. Even worse, you may have to interact with the
menacing life-forms you encounter within - an especially daunting
prospect if you happen to be female.
though, once you start digging through the quarter bin, you have to
possess the willpower of Daredevil to stop. It's nigh-unto impossible
to walk away from those tantalizing rows of unknown comics, holding the
promise of a cheap, misplaced copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 or the complete Squadron Supreme maxi-series. Entire afternoons can be lost in such vainglorious quests.
to avoid the temptation. Better to let the hand of fate pluck ten, or
twenty, or thirty random Marvels from the morass. We won't stare at
your chest, or make you smell our underwashed bodies, or mock you for
not knowing the difference between the X-Men and the Ultimate X-Men.
And you need not fear the lure of the quarter bin.
You will receive 10 comics from the following list:
X-Men The Movie Prequel Rogue
X-Men The Movie Prequel Magneto
Wolverine/Cable - Return of the Native Part 5
Wolverine/Cable - Gus & Glory
Warlock "Second Coming pt. 2
Thor Son of Asgard Part 6
The Call of Duty Also Featuring Daredevil the man without Fear
Spider-Man Team Up w/Kitty Pryde
Spider-Man Made Men
Spider-Man - The Amazing Spider-Man - Vibes
Sabetooth - Back to Nature
Runaways also featuring Sentinel Issues 1 & 2
Rogue "Going Rouge" Part 4 of 6
Marvel Must Haves - Truth - Red, White & Black
Man-Thing - Whatever Knows Fear
IronMan - The Iron Age Part 2 of 2
IronMan - The Iron Age Part 1 of 2
Incredible Hulk "Huck"
Hulk "Big Thing" Part 3 of 4
Gus Beezer and Spider-Man
Guardians - Reach for the Stars Part 1
Fantastic 4 Prisoners of Doctor Doom
Fantastic 4 - Disassembles
Excalibur "Forging the Sword"
1602 Part 6
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(1) Asphalt Woot Tee
Description: (click show to see it)
The skull. Long has it been a symbol of warning. Which is odd, since
we all have one. Plus skulls are cool. Look how many times a year we
print them on shirts. Hey, some people out there have whole wardrobes
made of nothing but skull clothes. Maybe that's to show everyone how
tough they are, or maybe it's just because they have limited fashion
sense. We're not here to judge or point fingers. Unless the fingers
have been flayed and left overnight on an anthill to remove excess
muscle and tendons. Then we're all about it.
So, then, the
skull. It means "don't drink this poison" and "run away from this ship"
but also means "the owner of this bandana is x-treem" and "this band
probably has no clarinet player". It makes little kids cover their eyes
but then look through their fingers anyway, teaching them an important
life lesson regarding plausible deniability. What is it about this
calcium briefcase for the brain that the modern world finds so
compelling? Does anyone really know?
This shirt was designed by: <a href="http://www.collision-theory.com/">Aj Dimarucot</a>,
a graphic artist based in Manila, Philippines. He is listed a part of
"a growing group of contemporary artists that have blurred the
boundaries between art and design" which is sort of like how the tomato
blurs the line between vegetable and fruit. And who doesn't appreciate
a tomato? Especially one that held his first solo show in 2006 and has
seen his designs appear on furniture, lamps, t-shirts, pins,
cellphones, and in books from the U.K., Australia and New Zealand?
That'll do, tomato. That'll do.
Wear this shirt:
when skipping home from a date, full of joy, leaping from lamppost to
lamppost and splashing through puddles, a song on your lips and a smile
in your heart. Try that in any other shirt, you'll get mugged in about
Don't wear this shirt: if you're a nudist. Really, we shouldn't have to point that out. Don't they have a handbook or something?
This shirt tells the world: "I dropped out of art school!"
We call this color: Because I Could Not Stop For Death, He Kindly Stopped For Me; The Carriage Held But Just Ourselves, Hey Look, An Asphalt Tee
3X - M: 15" x 18.42"
S-WS: 11.25 " x 13.68"