TwoMorrows Mag Sale

TwoMorrows produce some quality magazines and books dedicated primarily to comics of the 1970s and 80s. I pick them up quite often to reminisce or to be educated about the rich history of sequential art. Now they have a sale for September. Details below.

TWOMORROWS OFFERS HUGE HALF-PRICE MAGAZINE SALE!

Back Issue MagTwoMorrows Publishing, publisher of award-winning books and magazines about LEGO® and comics history and appreciation, is offering their complete magazine line at 50% off, as part of a “Half-Price Magazine” sale, now through September 30, 2009.

“An awful lot of people have enjoyed our magazines over the last 15 years,” said publisher John Morrow, “and this is a chance for them to fill the holes in their collections without leaving holes in their wallets. By my rough count, there’s well over 200 different issues on sale. For about the price of the Digital Edition of one of our mags, they can get the print version—and in many cases, they’ll get a Digital Edition thrown in for free.”

The “Half-Price Magazine” sale includes issues of these titles:

Alter Ego MagBack Issue!

Jack Kirby Collector

Draw!

Alter Ego

Rough Stuff!

Write Now!

Comic Book Artist

BrickJournal plus other miscellaneous humor and one-shot magazines, each at 50% off cover price. The only magazine-related items excluded from this sale are subscriptions and the most recent and upcoming issues of each magazine. As a bonus, a selection of books are also offered at 50% off during the sale period.

This sale is only valid for orders placed at www.twomorrows.com through the end of September, and does not include shipping costs. A special “Half-Price Mags” category is listed atop the TwoMorrows’ home page, which includes the issues on sale.

NOTE TO CUSTOMERS OUTSIDE THE US: We had a temporary glitch at our online store, where the US Postal Service rates displayed for non-US shipments ONLY included the most expensive “Priority Mail International” shipping option. That problem has been fixed, so that now you’ll also have the much less expensive “First Class Mail International” option available. If you tried ordering before and were dismayed by the postage costs, please try again.

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