But in 10 plus years you'll be living on Easy Street, baby!
I'd give this one an "It's True" because it's true.
That's what I was thinking.
If he thinks this is a good way to make money, I have a ton of polybagged X-Force #1's I'd be willing to sell him for a reasonable price. Collector's Cards included.
Someone really needs to make an Economics 101 comic book. Put Wolverine in it. Hell, give it multiple covers for the irony-obsessed. He can put these things in a language these fools can understand: "Hey, Bub! Nobody collects comics anymore, and nobody's gonna pay you anythin' for an overprinted #1 issue of a Batman comic written by the industry's favorite creator."
There are actually (at least) 2 Economics books in comic form so far- The Cartoon Introduction to Economics Volume One: Microeconomics and Volume 2 Macroeconomics.We have both in stock.
She does have a point.
jesus, where do these guys get girlfriends?
It's not the "where" as much as the "how" that leaves me wondering...
I know, right? -And all this does is give the rest of us a bad name... because when she does finally dump him, and she will, the lesson she'll take with her is: Never date anyone who likes comic books because they are total assholes.
This can't be the first indication that he's like this. That she's still with him shows that she's got a problem with self esteem.If she does dump this guy she'll just end up with another like him. Or worse.
I really hope she dumped him for that. This is exactly the kind of shit we comic-reading guys shouldn't be allowed to get away with.
Anyone who buys comics as an investment should Google "Tulips 1634"
At least he has his priorities straight.Lets hope she gets hers straight too and sends that twat into the desert.
This is why we can't have nice things.
It's not like a birthday is special. You have one every year. How often does a Batman Incorporated #1 come out?
So far, only once every OTHER year, so it's twice as special as a birthday.