Monday, January 16, 2012

Sell Your Comic Books From the 50's and 60's

With the recent interest by hollywood in comic books from the 50's and 60's and 70's and with the blockbuster box office hits like "Spiderman", "The X-men", "The Hulk", "The Punisher" and "The Fantastic Four", just to name a few, comic buyers and collectors have been frantically looking for the best way to get there comics to the market place. One of the main reasons for this renewed interest is that there's a whole new generation buyers that are just beginning to take notice of all things old. Have you noticed all the teenagers that have "found" The Beatles?

So, every collector knows about Comic Con and being able to sell their books to the local store or selling wholesale, retail, placing ads, trying eBay or Yahoo or even direct mail. But, EVERYONE knows about these same avenues so how do you stand out or even appear to be novel in such a saturated market? You need to know what the insiders and big players know. They aren't placing classified ads or renting booths at the local comic book show. No, they don't need to. They have systems and secrets that most comic book buyers and sellers never get in on!

It's Clobbering Time!
They know how to stop looking for buyers and actually have the buyers looking for them! Novel idea, eh? And most of them can do it anytime they feel like it. The big dogs with comic books from the 50's and 60's don't waste their time and money hanging posters on telephone poles or bulletin boards.

Well, Alan Lamont's "Comic Selling Secrets System" finally reveals just how it's done in REAL world of comic book buyers and collectors. Promoting a product that's not sold in stores he takes you through, step by step, the process that teaches you:

How to pick winners before they become "the next hot" item
Comic and Titles that you should have and KEEP
How to package even the most difficult comics to sell so the sell even faster
How to make money GIVING away comics for free
How to get people to buy comics at YOUR price
And much more...

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