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NYCC | Check out Tom Whalen's Gotham library cards

Speaking of Mondo, boutique mainstay Tom Whalen is exhibiting this week at New York Comic Con, where he'll have for sale a selection of prints Batman '66, the Universal Monsters series, The Incredibles, Ghostbusters and A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. As if collectors need any incentive for buying the posters, Whalen is offering daily specials, which includes -- on Thursday -- a free Gotham Public Library card set with a purchase of $100 or more.

While I like Whalen's design of the card, I appreciate his attention to detail even more: For instance, "S. Kyle" first checked out The Secret Lives of Cats on April 7, 1940, roughly corresponding to her first appearance in Batman #1; American Robins is borrowed by a succession of people -- on the appropriate dates -- ranging from D. Grayson to C. Kelly, and so on. He even includes Dewey Decimal classifications.

You can see a sampling of the prints Whalen will have at the show on his website. He'll be at booth #116 through Sunday.

(via XombieDirge)

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