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ADVANCE COMICS #31 (Jul 1991) Advance Comics

cover:   George Perez
ADVANCE COMICS #31
Date:  Jul 1991
Cover Price: $1.99
Publisher: Capital City Distribution.

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    With Diamond Comics shut down, Milton Griepp reflects on his time with Capital City Distribution, Inc.

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    ADVANCE COMICS #31 (Jul 1991)
    Advance Comics
    Excerpt: Davis talked me into joining him in Capital City Distribution. We called it Capital City Distribution because at the time we registered the name, Bruce Ayres, who ran (and is still running) Capital City Comics in Madison, Wisconsin, was going to be a third partner. Then we discovered that Marvel had trade terms which provided that if the distributor had an affiliated retail operation, those comics had to purchased at 10% less discount, 50% off instead of 60% off.





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