Visa, the Official Card of Comics?

Here’s a great link someone sent me from the Financial Post.

How Superheroes Save

It says on one website that the book will be printed in 8 languages so I’m assuming Greek, Spanish, Portugese, post bubble Irish, Italian and Sub-Prime English are among the 8 languages chosen.

Avengers: Saving the Day has a cover by Tom Grummett, art by Andrea Di Vito and is written by Visa, I mean by James Asmus.

Too bad the financial papers just use news like this to lighten the mood and have a little fun. As far as I’m concerned there should be some better coverage of graded comics as investments. WE need a Dow, an S&P, a TSX or perhaps a COMEX. I’m thinking CBD writer and ComicTrend creator RJ can get on that ASAP! I for one will set up funds that include buckets of books dependent one ones risk tolerance!

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Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.
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  1. They talked about the comic this morning on Global on The Morning Show. The comic is available for download (unfortunately I missed the website where it can be found). Liza Fromer asked about getting a print copy of the comic book. Laurie Campbell (the guest) said that there were very limited copies printed. It looks like that comic could be a collector’s item.

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