Rat Queens #2 2b- NM+ - 1st Print - Image - Kurtis J Wiebe/Roc Upchurch -TV Show

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 14, 2015
  • Channel: Auction House

Up for sale is my First Printing of Rat Queens #2 (October 2012) which is in Near Mint Plus condition. The picture is of the actual item available.

Written by Kurtis J. Wiebe with Art and Cover by Roc Upchurch - "GOLD, GUTS AND GROG" Part Two - Someone wants to kill the Rat Queens? The girls are seeing red and there's only one thing to do about it: get really, really drunk. And, eventually, maybe get to the bottom of who's trying to kill them. Because, let's be honest, they already know why.
I also have more comics and variant covers available so take a look at my other auctions/store if you have some time. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Thanks for the look and !!

SHIPPING TERMS

- I'll ship wherever the post office will go, International explanation below.

- Each comic will ship bagged/boarded and then the lot is sandwiched with sturdy cardboard for shipping protection.

- I'm more than happy to Combine Shipping if you win multiple auctions/items - These terms apply to the United States:

I can ship one or two comics First Class for $3.50 I can ship three to eight comics in a Priority Flat Rate Envelope for $5.75 Anything over eight comics I ship by weight via Priority Mail (Media Mail is unfortunately not allowed for comics).

- Please wait to pay

- I will do my best to get these packed within one day but I do have a full time job and a family so please don't be upset if it takes me a little longer to get the item packed and shipped to you.

- Please

- International Bidders , I will ship in a Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelope for the shipping quote that you see which ebay calculates (I can fit up to 8 comics that are sandwiched between sturdy cardboard in a flat rate mailer for the same price you see so if you buy more you can take advantage of the shipping price). The buyer is also responsible for any customs fees if they apply (I do not mark as gift because I could get in trouble for that).

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