www.cbr.com

$750 in comics and prizes to be won at FreeComics.com!

FreeComics.com Mailer

Volume 4, Number 14

Thursday October 4, 2002

* FreeComics.com - The most precious commodity in the world!

Hey everybody! We had to take September off to make somechanges to the Web site, but we're back! And boy have we got acontest for you!

Scott's Comics has sponsoredthe October FreeComics.com contest here at CBR and has puttogether one amazing contest for you! Over $750 in comics inalmost 100 comics! There are some really hot books in thiscollection! There are too many to list here in this e-mail sogo to http://www.freecomics.com/prizes.shtml and have a lookat all the books you have a chance at winning!

advertising

BTW, Scott's Comics is a great online retailer featuring thousandsand thousands of back-issue titles. They have a huge selection ofproduct and grade very strictly, so they are the place to purchasethose key back-issues you need to fill in your collection. Givethem a shout today at http://www.scottscomics.com/.

Now, you ask, what do I need to do to get my hands on thosecomics? Just enter the contest today at FreeComics.com!

Are you a retailer or do you know someone who's a retailer? Tellthem about FreeComics.com! A sponsorship at FreeComics.com will dramatically increase traffic and interest in their Web site. Havethem e-mail at sales@freecomics.com. FreeComics.com works and we have testimonials to prove it!

advertising

Forward this e-mail to as many comic loving friends as you've got!Turn them onto FreeComics.com and get them involved! The morepeople who sign-up, the better for you in the long run.The more successful FreeComics.com is the better the prizes wecan offer!

To secure your chance to win all you have to do is fill outthe entry form and you're done. Remember, you can enterevery 7 days! Write a note to yourself in your date bookseven days from when you last entered to remind yourself tocome back!

Thanks for participating at FreeComics.com!

Regards,

The FreeComics Staff

advertising
Miles Morales: Spider-Man #1 Blends Real World Issues with Superheroics
advertising

More in Comics