Holiday Ditko Giveaway Contest

To celebrate Carl’s Comix becoming one of the top 500,000 websites in the world (out of over one billion!) and because it’s the time of year when you give presents to people you like, I have a present for one of you!

UPDATE: Congratulations to the winner, Eric H from California!

Here are the details:

Konga by Craig YoeThe Prize: One Ditko’s Monsters: Konga! Hardcover book by Craig Yoe.
It has reprints of Steve Ditko’s original Konga books and an introduction by Ditko expert Craig Yoe, who donated this book for me to give away. You can read my interview with Craig here – and spoiler alert – Steve Ditko wrote me about the interview and you can read that letter there, too!

How to Win:
There are three ways to win:
twitterOn Twitter, share the link to any one of my interviews or reviews using the hashtag #CarlsComix.

OR

instagramOn Instagram, share the picture and the link to any one of my interviews or reviews using the hashtag #CarlsComix.

OR

facebookOn Facebook, share the link to any one of my interviews or reviews and then email a screenshot of it to me at [email protected] (I won’t be able to see it if you don’t).

Deadline is December 10, 2016. On December 11, I will pick a winner at random – unless it’s Mark Hamill – he wins automatically if he lets me interview him! ;-] (Just kidding! But seriously, Mark, call me!)
Seriously, my dad will help me choose one random winner and we’ll let that person know.

The winner will have to be in the United States or Europe since I’ll be mailing the book to the winner and I don’t get enough allowance to send it to other places.

You can enter as many times as you like to increase your chances of winning!

And really, Mark Hamill likes Craig Yoe’s books! I saw that on Twitter. He wrote “: “I keep buying books from Yoe Books as gifts, then keeping them for myself! Check it out: http://YoeBooks.com ” –Mark Hamill, Tweet”

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