Super Soul Comix. Kitchen Sink 1972, Grass Green Vfnm/nm For Sale

escapistcomicsonline Store ATTENTION CALIFORNIA CUSTOMERS: WE MUST CHARGE YOU CALIFORNIA SALES Please do not pay at the time of purchase: instead, request an invoice from us, and we'll send you the correct total.Comics Revue lot of 14 issues, 2007-2009
Issues #151, 249-250, 252-253, 255, 257, 259, 266, 270-271, 275, 278, 279
Average grade VF/VFNM or better. n/c 008
Escapist Comics is a comic bookstore, located at 3090 Claremont Ave., Berkeley, CA. 94705. doesn't want us to post our email or phone information, but you can Google us or look us up in the phone book if you have questions or requests (want lists, for instance) that are too long or detailed to use the messaging system for.
We opened in March 2011, after buying out the stock and hiring the staff of the former legendary comics retailer Comic Relief. Our staff has many decades of collective experience. Our principal grader has been collecting comics since 1958, and selling them since the early 1970s.
100% customer satisfaction is guaranteed on all sales. If for any reason you're unhappy with the service or the product you purchase, let us know and we'll find a way to make it right. If a purchaser is dissatisfied with condition, we will accept returns without question.Grading:We use Overstreet Price Guide grading criteria and descriptive grades (e.g. Fair, Good, Very Good, Fine, Very Fine, Near Mint, and their intermediate grades.) We do not use the numerical grades popularized by the slabbing companies, which give the false impression that grading comics is a science--so please don't ask us if something is a "9.6" (or any other number), since as far as we're concerned, that's a meaningless question.

Images:Images in these listings are scans of the actual books listed, not stock images.

Best Offers: We may be open to negotiation on prices on some items. However, many of the items we list are on consignment, which limits our ability to make deals in those cases.
We're happy to entertain realistic Best Offers -- but please don't expect a counter-offer unless your initial offer is more than half of our asking price. Otherwise, it's simply a waste of your time and ours.

Pricing: Our prices are based on the Overstreet Price Guide for regular comics, and the Fogel Price Guide for undergrounds. We often depart from their prices, but they're the baseline.
Selling online is not our only avenue for this merchandise, and we're content to let it remain listed for months or even longer. While bargains can often be found among our listings, we're not in the discounting business--in general, we think that the Guide price for older books is usually fair and reasonable, and we often offer prices lower than that anyway. Unlike the practice at legitimate sale houses, where the buyer pays fees as well as the seller doing so, sellers on pay all of the system's expenses.
and PayPal between them take approximately 15% of what you pay us. We have no control or influence over these fees, which we consider to be too high.
This, from our point of view, means that simply by listing an item here, we are already selling it at a discount, and by buying here, you're already getting a deal. Keep this in mind when asking for a lower price: we're already subsidizing your shopping.

Lots and Sets: Our general pricing policy notwithstanding, we offer a number of lots and sets of comics at drastically reduced prices. One reason their prices are low is that selling this way involves less labor for us. Please don't request separate scans or further information about individual issues in these lots--if we were going to do that, we'd be asking more for them in the first place. They're cheap largely because they're easy for us to handle the way we do--us doing more labor necessarily equals you paying more money.

Communication: Internet sales are important to us, but we are primarily a physical bookstore, and we work roughly 11 am to 5:30 pm Pacific time. You may hear from us at other hours, but don't depend on it. Even though the store is open seven days a week, the people who do our online sales don't work every day, especially on weekends. This means that if you place a Best Offer on Friday evening, we may not see it before it expires on Sunday (they really ought to last more than two days.) We often answer inquiries immediately, but don't be concerned if it takes up to three days, especially if a weekend intervenes.
Shipping: We usually ship once or twice a week. We will combine multiple purchases for one shipping charge, even if you don’t ask
Shipping will be by USPS Priority Mail, insurance included, unless other arrangements are made.
First Class Mail is also available.
Signature required on delivery unless otherwise requested.
If you ask us to use Media Mail, you do so at your risk, not ours. That means that if we use Media Mail at your request and it gets returned to us by the Post Office because comics are not eligible, you will pay twice for shipping, and it also means that you shouldn't complain about speed if this happens. We don't recommend Media Mail for comics, but we're happy to oblige if you ask.
Allow 3-5 business days (business days means not counting weekends) after we actually receive the money in our bank account before shipping -- this can be a week or more after you first make the payment.International customers should be aware that tracking is not available for their shipments, and that it is not unusual for a package to take six weeks or longer to reach an overseas customer. We ask that international customers not become concerned about the whereabouts of their shipments until at least that much time has passed. If that's a problem for you, perhaps we're not your best choice as a vendor.Shortages: As I said above, we are an actual, physical bookstore. All the items listed here, and hundreds of additional boxes of comics amounting to tens of thousands of items, are for sale in the shop. People are looking through those boxes constantly. Occasionally books listed here may be either misfiled (usually by customers who were examining them), or--less often--sold in the store and inadvertently not deleted from . If we are unable to fill your order because of this (that is, if we've already sold a book, or if we can't find it), we'll issue an immediate refund with our apologies, and offer you free shipping on your next US order.Payment: Obviously, we accept PayPal.
doesn't like us to mention specific other payment methods here, since it could cut into their PayPal profits (conflict of interest, anyone?), but other methods are available as well.
Please inquire: whatever it is, we probably accept it.

response: Since doesn't permit sellers to post negative response for buyers, we consider posting any response at all for buyers to be pretty pointless (a buyer with 100% positive response? Wow! Wait--there's no such thing as negative response for buyers? Not so impressive.) So we only post response when a buyer with whom we've had a good experience requests it. In that case we're quite happy to do so (though we still don't get the point.) If we haven't given you response, we don't dislike you, and we haven't forgotten to do it either -- just ask and you shall receive.

If you have any complaints or problems with our products or service, we ask that you let us try to make it up to you before posting response. We make mistakes like anyone else, but we try to correct them to our customers' satisfaction. We have to know about a problem, though, before we can fix it.

We encourage free store pickups (and in-store shopping, of course: all items listed here are available in the store, along with tens of thousands of others.)
Feel free to phone us with requests, or send messages: we have tens of thousands of items for sale, many of which will eventually be listed here, but if we know you’re looking for something and we can find it in our stock, we can post it sooner on for you to Please drop by or call us any time!

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