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Subj: Re: Remember when QVC/Home Shopping Network sold comics?
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Ah, the 90s. . .

I distinctly remember catching some TV hucksters hyping-up and guaranteeing the astronomical value increases in the newly release SUPERMAN HUNER/PREY and the introduction of the new Batman, Jean Paul Valley.

As a dumb kid, I actually got hyped-up by these sales pitches and the salesmen (who I'm sure never read a comic) made them sound freakin' awesome!

I remember one QVC comic book program that showcased (in part) Uncanny X-Men #300 in some way, around the time it came out, and (I think) had Stan Lee with him. I think there was also a Spidey-related one as some point, perhaps done for the 30th anniversary. I thought this/these was/were great as a kid too.

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