Works of Theodore Roosevelt (The): The Strenous Life

Has water stain on spine and on a few inside pages. Has inside photo
of Roosevelt on horseback. Still has tissue paper; hinges starting to come loose.

Pony Express (The)

One of a series of history books for juveniles, written by Samuel Hopkins Lee, chapter headings illustrated by Lee J. Ames.

John Paul Jones Fighting Sailor

One of a series of history books for juveniles, written and illustrated
with cross-hatch tinted drawings by Armstrong Sperry.

New Today: Planet Comics

Stories about space battles.New TodayNew Today

Show Schedule

The 2013 Virginia Vintage Show

The Virginia Vintage Show this year will be Saturday, August 17 at the Salem Civic Center, following the same formatjjj as recent shows. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be 50 dealer tables.

Admission is $2 for adults (with a portion of ticket sales donated to charity) 12 and under free. This year there will also be a charity auction with 100 percent of proceeds to research to combat pediatric cancer research and treatment.

For additional information, call 540-789-7056. 

About Virginia Vintage Comics

2010 SHOW

The 13th annual Virginia Vintage Comics Show will be Saturday, August 21 at the Salem, Virginia Civic Center, located at 1000 Roanoke Blvd. Show hours are 10-5.

Admission is STILL $2 for adults, under 12 free, and each attendee gets a ree comic book. Eight foot dealer tables are $60, with an early payment (by August 1, 2010) rate of $50.


email: Phone 540-789-7056. Day: 540-745-2127

Address Roger Mannon/717 Harris Hollow Road/Floyd, VA. 24091

Virginia Tech Football Media Guide

Tyrod Taylor's freshman year, Tech's second ACC championship season;
many NFL (and future NFL) draftees listed. Has complete team history,
Hokies in the pros, records, opponents, biographies on coaches and players.

Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney's...)

Mickey and Goofy take on the Mystery of the Barefoot Snow Man in the main story, then in the backup story, meet a baby whale.

Fantastic Fears

One of the most important and scarcest pre-Code horror comics: highly coveted as the first comic by (later to be Spider-Man artist) Steve Ditko. While it really isn't that scarce, it is very seldom offered. Since buying this copy in the 1990s, I've tracked the listings in ads and catalogs, and have noticed it is listed even less often that Suspense #3, of which there are supposedly less than 10 copies in existence.