Thursday, September 27, 2012

My SAGA Trade Paperback Money Back Guarantee

If you've read my posts before, you know that i have returned to reading comics for the first time since the late 80's.  ive gone into why before, so wont be repeating myself here.

This one is about SAGA. If you've been reading Saga and love it, then i guess you don't need me to tell you how great it is, eh?

If you're a huge Star Wars Fan that grew up seeing them in the theater when they came out like myself, then there is no way that you will not like SAGA.  Unless of course, you don't care for reading, then it really doesn't matter, does it? :)

The first Trade Paperback, which includes Issue's 1 through 6 (which is the latest issue) is being released on October 10th of this year.  Reading the TPB will "catch you up" on everything that has been released so far.  Issue #8 is due out in November, so you'll be all set to jump in on the monthly roller coaster if you choose to do so going forward.

Here is my Money Back Guarantee.  Buy the Trade Paperback (cover price is only $9.99 for 160 pages!), read it, soak it in, love it, read it again.  Then thank Brian K. Vaughn for writing it, and Fiona Staples (@FionaStaples) for drawing such goodness on a monthly basis.  No need to thank me, as I'm just a fan :)

But if you don't like it, and feel that I mislead you and forced you to "waste" ten bucks, here's what I want you to do,on the first page of the Trade Paperback, do the following:

Write your @Twitter Handle or Blogger Handle.
Write in your own handwriting what you did not like about the book, why you're returning it.
Give me your autograph under the above.
Mail the Trade Paperback to me (message me, I will provide my address)

Upon receipt, I will PayPal you ten bucks.

It really is THAT good of a book people.  I don't say that lightly, and I have always been a person that backs what they feel with action.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Walking Dead TV, Comic, and CGCs & Sports Card Transistion

Walking Dead is a Fever.  it really is.  it starts all nice and easily enough, but then it takes you over.

The TV show is very, very good.  i think it will get even better.  The Comic book is flat out fucking amazing.  there is little that is "the same" about the two.  the basic outline is the same, but there are limits as what can be done on TV, especially basic cable.

i feel that with the rising popularity of the TV Show, more people will gravitate towards the Comic.  im collecting CGCs with an eye towards the future.  i feel that there is room for them to grow, a lot of room.  Time will tell if i am right or not.  of course. ive been wrong about things like this before :)

ive lost a lot of interest in cards as of late.  i can about count on both hands how many slabs that id still like to own when it comes to post war rookies.  i'll always love and love to talk about cards and will do so with anyone whos interested in doing so, but the ones that ive been interested in winning gets smaller with each passing day it seems.