buy comics cheap

“USPS is hiking all of their postal rates today, so we’re celebrating the passing of the 37¢ stamp with 37¢ shipping for 37 hours (1 pm EST Sun 08 Jan to 2 am EST Tue 10 Jan).”

So speaks Brian at khepri.com, my personal favorite online comics retailer. You will never get comics cheaper than this, folks.

So if you’re going to pick up such highly-recommended (by me) books as:
*DEMO [powerful expressionist short stories about adolescence]
*The Walking Dead [brilliant character study / ensemble drama set in a zombie-infested apocalypse]
*Invincible [clever, exuberant, colorful superhero adventures]
*Transmetropolitan [politics/cynicism/scifi/blackhumor/worldsaving/spite] and everything else by the incomparable Warren Ellis (particularly the high-speed techno-antiterrorism thriller Global Frequency)
*Sin City [stark, ludicrous, gorgeous, uncompromising noir]
*Fables [addictive, whimsical modern fantasy that just keeps getting better]
*Scott Pilgrim [videogame/punkrock/anime/romance/martialarts AWESOMENESS – if you like ANYTHING you will love Scott Pilgrim]
*V for Vendetta [multilayered antifascist thriller] and Watchmen and everything else by comics’ greatest writer, Alan Moore

Do it now! They’re very cheap! They will come right to your door! You have no reason not to!

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Leigh Walton talks comics and maybe other arts. (RSS)
He also works for the very excellent publisher Top Shelf Productions (which does not necessarily endorse the views and opinions, etc, herein).

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