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Promotional Comics III

Promotional Comics III Featuring comic books that were obtained through non-traditional channels

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  • First written work in the comic book industry by J.J. Abrams
  • 2008 SDCC exclusive given away to promote the TV series Fringe
  • 5-page preview with character bios, 12 pages total
  • *value unknown
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  • Promotional mini-comic packaged with Splat hair dye
  • 350,000 units produced
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  • Promotional comic published by DC and UNICEF to promote landmine awareness in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Published in English, Latin and Cyrillic
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Mid $1.2k
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High $2k
  • Promotional giveaway with the purchase of All laundry detergent
  • Ultra-rare if promo sticker is still on the cover
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  • 1st appearance of Joultz
  • Promotional giveaway by Con Edison, an energy provider based in New York
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Mid $240
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High $665
  • Promotional comic commissioned by the Chicago Mail Order Company that, unlike the first issue, did not include items for sale
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High $890
  • Promotional comic commissioned by the Chicago Mail Order Company that was also a catalog of items for sale
  • Clothing and items were incorporated into the stories that could be purchased from the comic book/catalog
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  • Promotional giveaway with the Six Flags amusement park logo in the lower-left corner
  • Dated October 1999
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Mid $360
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High $900
  • Variant colorless cover
  • Promotional giveaway originating from Finland
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Mid $180
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High $500
  • Rare promotional comic book published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston for educational purposes
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Mid $355
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High $1.6k
  • 1949 promotional comic educating readers about venereal disease, specifically syphilis
  • 1st published work for EC by Harvey Kurtzman, later became the publisher of MAD Magazine
  • Reprinted in 1977 and 1979
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Mid $950
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High $2.7k
  • Scarce 180-page 1980 promotional giveaway
  • Introduction by Superman explaining the meaning of The Olympics
  • Celebrity appearances: Julius Erving, Pele, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Jenner
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  • 16-page promotional giveaway included in the September/October 1994 issue of NFL Pro Action Magazine
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  • 16-page promotional giveaway included in the July/Aug 1994 issue of NFL Pro Action Magazine
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  • 4-page promotional giveaway included in the 2004 Sports Illustrated: Gold Plus Special Ryder Cup Preview
  • Features professional golfer Hal Sutton
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  • Promotional giveaway for the Toybiz Marvel Super Hero Squad line of toys
  • Exclusive comic for FYE (For Your Entertainment) chain of stores
  • Interior text are lyrics from the Spider-Man and Friends compact disc
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  • 1st published cover art in the comic book industry by Jee-Hyung Lee
  • Promotional comic created by Marvel in conjunction with Child Life Council for Children's Hospitals
  • Reported to have a print run of 250,000 copies
  • Includes a pin-up poster of Iron Man and Fing Fang Foom
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  • Stan Lee cover photo
  • 20-page promotional booklet produced for San Diego Comic Con in 1993
  • Includes checklists, artwork, upcoming events and 5 blank pages intended for autographs
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  • Promotional giveaway sponsored by Kellogg's Cinnamon Mini Buns
  • Characters adapted from an unreleased Wonder Woman cartoon series
  • One of four comics given away by Kellogg's
  • 1st and only team appearance of the Star Riders
  • 1st and only appearance of Purrsia
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  • 16-page promotional giveaway from Schering/Key pharmaceutical company
  • Issue addresses allergies in a story called 'Welcome To Ragweed USA'