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Collect All 21! – Special Bonus Packs

All sold – thanks, readers!

Dec. 7 update: Three of the four copies have been sold! The remaining unused Hasbro cardback is the General Grievous version.

 

I’ve got one four paperback copy copies of Collect All 21! leftover from the Akron Comicon, so I thought I’d package a few extras with them for the holidays. Details below the photo.

Collect All 21 - Memoirs of a Star Wars Geek - John Booth

But wait! There’s more!

So, each paperback copy (signed/personalized/whatever – heck, I’ll put some of my Lego minifig stickers and googly eyes on the title page if you want) will come with:

  • One unused cardback from Hasbro’s current vintage-style line. The fronts are done in the style of the old Kenner packaging – which is very cool – and the backs have a little bit of Kenner figure history on them. These have never had actual action figures attached. (Note: Three of these are Boba Fetts, and one is General Grievous.)
  • TWO vintage Topps cards from the “Giant Full Color Photocards” set. Yes: These are the actual cards from 1980. (Genuine Nostalgia!) No, there is no giant stale gum.
  • A digital version (not pictured – of course) of the extra chapter’s worth of material which was added to the Expanded Edition of Collect All 21! This will be delivered by email and can be sent as a Word document, PDF or in ebook form. It’s only the new interviews and added content – not a digital edition of the entire book.

And I’ll knock 10% off the cover price, so you’ll get the book plus those extras for $13.50 + shipping.

If you’re interested, leave a comment or send me an email at booth (at) fieldsedge.com

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