Home - Drawn to ComicsImagine spending fifty years of your life amassing a cherished collection and then having to sell it to help cover the cost of treating your cancer. They use their powers to fight for peace and equality between regular humans and mutants, in a world very bigoted toward mutants, all while dealing with the human problems we all face in our day-to-day lives. Last year, Letscher learned that he had Lymphoma, and a few months later was diagnosed with an aggressive esophageal cancer as well. And the diagnosis came with a lot of expensive treatments, including chemotherapy and a tube that hooks into his stomach to help him eat. Letscher began collecting comic books at age five and has amassed copies, making up the entire X-Men collection and then some. Letscher said he used to buy his comics at thrift shops, flea markets and garage sales, and over time began buying online. Unlike leukemia, which is a disease that results from too many white blood cells, lymphomas are white blood cell cancers that form tumors in the lymphatic system.
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Buying used is good for your pocket and for the planet, so why buy new? We buy all things entertainment from books to instruments! Trade credit spends like cash in all of our stores and never expires. While you shop, we sort through your deal and set aside what we can use at that time. Our buyers consider items based on customer demand, current store stock, and item condition.