That makes no sense whatsoever because Valentine's candy sucks.
I found my copy of the English Language Sailor Moon # 1 by Mixx Entertaintment. It's in excellent condition. Possibly looked at once (it's that long ago that I forgot) but has been stored in one of those comic bag/cardboard backing combo dealies. Here's the kicker. It's the SDCCI 1998 Pink and Silver Foil Cover version. Super rare I guess?
Unfortunately I can't find any information about it other than a quick blurb on Amazon.
Is this eBay worthy? Or is this something I should put on Amazon at a flat price just to get it out of here?
Sailor Moon's been and always will be popular. But there are some things that people won't buy.
With eBay fees rising all the time, I'm becoming picky on what to list.
But I will keep playing it until the wee hours of the morning (when it isn't so darn hot) until I am done.
(It's still incredibly hot here. So much so that the act of sleeping has slipped off my top 5 list of favorite things to do. Self imposed insomnia is the way to go, even if it drives you crazy.)
As I'm still getting my head wrapped around the SDCCI write up, I'll also mention this little bit, as a warning. I saw the Vampire Diaries pilot at SDCCI. I am not the target demographic so no surprise here - it sucked. That being said, the target demographic (including the people who loved the books) didn't seem to like it either. I could feel it. The entire audience was chomping at the bit, secretly wishing that the emo (yeah, I'm current) fest of bad acting, pasty make-up, and over simplified high school teenage stereotypes would end soon. The horrible cover song of an 80s classic didn't help either. I think it was something from The Smiths? Or was it Souxie? I don't know, I'm trying to forget the whole thing.
If you want to see a superior breed of Vampire, watch anything else. There's a lot, that's for sure. I'd like to recommend Being Human (on BBC/BBC America). It's not exactly Vampire-centric but they play a part in it. Six episodes for the first series with eight for the upcoming second. Short and sweet, but memorable. All TV Series should be like that.