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Topic # 92579 2-Nov-2011 10:04
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where to buy cheap bulk comics in nz or single comics that are cheap
or online where i can use paypal that will ship to nz

about 2006 at the $2 shop in manukau i brought a pack of 6 comics for $2

thanks for your help

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  Reply # 540255 2-Nov-2011 11:16

I just use my iPad these days and download graphicly (or howeevr it is spelt), most comics are only 99c - $2


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  Reply # 540269 2-Nov-2011 11:41
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But the iPad cost you how much...... ? :)

TradeMe and local car boot sales probably best bet for cheap comics.




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  Reply # 540291 2-Nov-2011 12:25
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ENZvince: I just use my iPad these days and download graphicly (or howeevr it is spelt), most comics are only 99c - $2



yes i have a tablet pc i used to read them on but i updated it and bricked it :(

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  Reply # 540543 3-Nov-2011 00:37
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Try http://www.milehighcomics.com/

I used to shop with them back in the 80s :)

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5 USD for international orders 10-75 USD
Free for international orders over 75 USD



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  Reply # 540722 3-Nov-2011 14:11
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urban: Try http://www.milehighcomics.com/

I used to shop with them back in the 80s :)

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10 USD for international orders under 10 USD

5 USD for international orders 10-75 USD
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thanks so much looks great

lol 80's damn that long ago

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  Reply # 541069 4-Nov-2011 10:10
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Gotham Comics in Onehunga, AKL have various deals for surplus comics.

http://www.comics.co.nz/

Not quite as cheap as $2 for 6, but they wouldn't be the rubbish ones either.

FWIW, still reading and collecting 2000AD - 34 years worth stuffed up in the attic :-)




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  Reply # 541228 4-Nov-2011 16:35
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Many years ago I sold my (substantial) comics collection for something like $150+Postage. I don't recall how many there were, but they equated to over 60Kg in weight as shipping was astronomical.

Moving out of home certainly had its downsides. Now I limit myself to a couple of dead-tree issues and a few via the DC Comics app on my TouchPad.

dvb1 - what's your tablet? It can almost certainly be revived.




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