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Record prices paid for Sad Sack Comics 
up to 8 times guide!
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San Diego, CA.   The comics were part of the Heritage Comics .

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This Rare 9.0 Sad Sack No.1 
Sold for $3,910.00

 Signature Auction held July 17, 2003 at the San Diego Comics Con.  The first 12 issues of Sad Sack Comics were offered with an average winning bid over $1,000.00 an issue.  Among the Sad Sack Comics a CGC 9.0 Sad Sack No.1 sold for $3,910.00, the highest price paid for a Sad Sack comic to date.  That was just the beginning, five other Sad Sack comics sold for over $1,000.00.  This shows Sad Sack Comics are considered by collectors to be a tremendous value even at 8 times the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide prices.
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Bud Plant Comic Art  Now Carrying Sets 
of Lorne-Harvey Comics Including 
Sad Sack and Black Cat Comics

Many fans and collectors have asked for an alternate 
means of purchasing our products other than 
on the internet or with PayPal. 
This gives fans and collectors another option when ordering Lorne-Harvey product. 
Bud Plant is one of the oldest as well as largest comic 
mail order companies with a reputation surpassed by none. 
We are very pleased Bud is carrying our products again.

 April 20, 2003 
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FM International to Distribute Sets of Lorne-Harvey Comics Including 
Sad Sack and Black Cat Comics

Alan Harvey announced today that FM International will be distributing sets of Lorne-Harvey Comics starting in this months catalog.  There are four sets of comics being offered, they are:

The Sad Sack Collector's Pack No.1 $15.95 + S&H
The Black Cat Collector's Set No.1 $23.95 + S&H
RECOLLECTIONS WAR YEARS Collector's set No.1 $13.95 + S&H
RECOLLECTIONS SHOCK 'N' HORROR Collector's set No.1 $15.95 +S&H

You should ask your favorite comic store to carry them if you have been looking for them as we are close to selling out of some titles.  Once they are gone they are gone, and some issues will become very scarce.

These sets are also available on the internet at the 
Sad Sack and Black Cat websites.

March 20, 2003

 
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Famous George Baker Sad Sack Comic Strip "Mechanized War" to appear in the History Channels "Color of War" documentary.
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The series produced by  John Corry and IM3 Entertainment documents, through mostly letters and diaries, the first hand experiences, thoughts and feelings of men and women, combatants and civilians, from the World War II period. Another signature feature of the series is that every episode is comprised entirely of original color film shot by combat cameramen during the war.
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The Sad Sack cartoon will be featured in one of the final episodes, which will focus on some of the enlisted men who brought us the images, words and sounds of the war, such as cameramen, artists, and correspondents for print and radio. The episode will air later this year.
May 3, 2002

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Hidden for more than 50 years, 
rare G.I. Sad Sack art discovered!


Read the story in 
The Sacramento Bee

Tug of war ensues over 
Butte 'Sad Sack' murals 
By Tom Nadeau, Bee Correspondent 
click here for story
(Published Sept. 6, 2000)

To left: photo of one of the
murals discovered.

Below: Sad Sack Art by George Baker.
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Click here to view all the Beale Sad Sack murals 
on the Butte County website
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