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(Fox 16 Little Rock)   Man needs a Superhero to help find his comics   (fox16.com) divider line
    More: Sad, Comics, Comic strip, Comic book, Graphic novel, Marvel Comics, middle of his own comic book plotline, The Beano, Manga  
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2021-08-03 5:56:02 PM  
Jones said the people stole about 4,000 comic books from him,

Beat Lex Luthor by a factor of 100.
 
2021-08-04 1:32:22 AM  
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2021-08-04 1:39:43 AM  

aleister_greynight: Jones said the people stole about 4,000 comic books from him,

Beat Lex Luthor by a factor of 100.


And that's absolutely terrible...
 
2021-08-04 1:43:37 AM  
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Better call The Batman too find out who stole em.....now!!!!!
 
2021-08-04 1:51:29 AM  
This is how supervillains get created.
 
2021-08-04 1:59:25 AM  
He'll have the last laugh though because the pages are stuck together.
 
2021-08-04 2:14:47 AM  
as i have stated: i have inseminated my dna enhanced armadillo eggs.
in a matter of days, i will have a pre-armored army that will obey my every command
some will fall, some may survive. i will warn you now. step aside
 
2021-08-04 2:20:51 AM  
FTA: "With each new comic book, he says there were new adventures and new villains foiled by heroes."


His back story as a comic book reader checks out, no lay person would know that type of inside details.....
 
2021-08-04 2:21:52 AM  
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2021-08-04 2:24:16 AM  
If he is like most comic book collectors they are actually worthless to him because he will never sell them. Still, I hope he gets them back.
 
2021-08-04 3:50:25 AM  

JCFarx: FTA: "With each new comic book, he says there were new adventures and new villains foiled by heroes."


His back story as a comic book reader checks out, no lay person would know that type of inside details.....


He was trying not to get a wedgie from the officer questioning him.
 
2021-08-04 4:59:18 AM  

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2021-08-04 8:13:13 AM  
Holy crap!...that was a Hulk 181 in that pile....glad he got some back anyway.
 
2021-08-04 8:34:05 AM  
Yeah, I saw some good issues in there.

From the article. I don't even know the guy who took them. Honest.
 
2021-08-04 9:06:30 AM  
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2021-08-04 12:17:56 PM  
It's so farking annoying that, comic books are a stupid thing that appreciates.
Meanwhile a farking car depreciates the moment you drive it off the farking lot.
I swear sometimes I think we do deserve the pandemic killing us all.
 
2021-08-04 2:07:12 PM  

waxbeans: It's so farking annoying that, comic books are a stupid thing that appreciates.
Meanwhile a farking car depreciates the moment you drive it off the farking lot.
I swear sometimes I think we do deserve the pandemic killing us all.


Why is it so infuriating to you that art appreciates in value, while a tool for travel, manufactured on an assembly line by the thousands, and replaced by a new model every year isn't??
 
2021-08-04 3:18:30 PM  
Villains' steal more than $30,000 worth of Conway man's comic book collection
Local News

CONWAY, Ark - A Conway man finds himself in the middle of his own comic book plotline, working with police to help track down $11,000 worth of stolen comic books.



Even the headline write didn't bother to RTFA
 
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