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A Walking Dead fan has turned to FyndIt for assistance in locating The Walking Dead comic book variants that were made available for purchase at the Wizard World con held in Philadelphia in 2015. She is looking for both black and white variants in near mint condition located for pick up in or around Phenix City, Alabama. If you know where to score these special Walking Dead comic variants, click here to post your Find! If your Find is accepted as a match, you’ll earn a bounty reward.
Do you have a knack for locating hard-to-find comics and collectibles online and in stores? FyndIt members need your help! You can earn money finding collectibles and memorabilia or really…just about anything people are looking for at FyndIt. All you have to do is post a photo of the item, describe its condition and name the price and location. If it’s what they are looking for, you could pocket a bounty reward worth $0.50, $1.00, $5.00, $25.00 or more!
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A Walking Dead fan has turned to FyndIt to help them locate a great deal on a limited-edition Walking Dead Michonne Zombie Attack Statue. They are willing to pay a $15.00 bounty reward to the person who can help them find this statue for the price and condition specified in the Want.
FyndIt is a company that helps people find stuff. Wanters post Wants to our websites in hopes that others can help them locate rare collectibles and good deals on memorabilia. Finders search the Wants and post Finds when they come across something someone is looking for. Finders earn bounty rewards when their items are accepted as a match.
Making extra pocket-money at FyndIt is super easy! All you have to do is create a username, verify your email, cruise the Wants and post your Find. When a Wanter accepts your match, the location of the item will be revealed to them and the bounty reward will be credited to your FyndIt account. Bounty rewards can be cashed out directly through PayPal. You’re already cruising your favorite websites looking at cool stuff, so why not get paid for it!
At FyndIt, Finders scour the internet and stores for exceptionally good deals on collectibles and memorabilia. They then post the good deals as Finds to our site for others to discover.
This week’s Find of the Week is a signed Walking Dead Deluxe Hardcover Full Set. All four books in the lot are factory sealed and in the original shrink-wrap. The books are in mint condition and would make an amazing gift for any Walking Dead fan!
Tis the season for zombies! Our community of Finders have posted some great Halloween Finds inspired by the undead. FyndIt users scour shops and online stores searching for the coolest and most unusual stuff they can find. Once they’ve discovered something totally awesome, they post it to FyndIt to share with others. Browse our list of Finds to see if there is something that you can’t possibly live without!
The Find of the Week for January 6th, is a horror comic released by EC Comics in the 1950’s titled The Haunt of Fear #17. Filled with zombies, witches, crypt keepers and things that go bump in the night, this horror series was snuffed out by the comics code in the late 1950’s.
The comic code was put into place over the growing concern about the negative effects depictions of gratuitous violence in comics was having on the youth readership. The code was created by comic publishers as an alternative to government regulation over the content published in comic books. Publishers would submit comics to the association for review and if the story line and illustrations met the code, it was given the seal of approval by the Comics Code Authority.
Horror comics such as The Haunt of Fear, had to cancel their publications after the comic code was put into place, because comic characters of the likes of vampires, zombies and werewolves were considered too gruesome and violent for the comic book audience. After the 1950’s, horror comics all but disappeared, that is until the code was completely dropped by all comic publications in the 2010’s.
A FyndIt member has located a very good copy of The Haunt of Fear #17 with a CGC universal grade of 4.5. If you are a zombie lover, horror fan or pre-code comic collector don’t miss out on finding out where to get this vintage horror collectors comic.