I'm sure if he'd like to put down several thousand dollars as a deposit they could make it happen.
I love people that don't know the difference between having a good selection and having exactly what they want. Happens at the liquor store I work at all the time.
Nothing drives me to be passive-aggressive towards them when they start talking out their ass
Tell him you just sold your last copy 10 minutes ago. To the President. Who said "I don't even need it, I just don't want that douchey little bitch in the '13' t-shirt to be anywhere near it."
Or, or you could tell him "Amazing Fantasy #15? Sure, we got it. But you can't buy it. It's for cool kids only".
Should have told him you keep it right next to your Detective Comics #27.
He should have looked harder. Most comic stores keep it at the bottom of their pool of gold coins.
I thought you keep the rarities in the secret backroom area with all the porn.
Maybe other places he'd been had a reprint of it on display, as there have been a few of those, most likely the Marvel Milestone Edition from 1992. I doubt any comic stores would have an original one on hand and on display considering one was recently sold for over a million dollars.
"Oh, we HAVE it. Come to the back alley at 11pm for a private showing. Wear something sheer and frilly. Do you like dogs?"
Man, I don't have one either. Thank you #13 for pointing out this horrible, horrible lapse in my stocking. I should just close out of shame.
Just because you found a comic shop that actually sold out their Amazing Fantasy #15 copies doesn't mean they suck.
*brags* - I actually own a copy and its in great condition