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I will take 3 points for these 11 comic books. These are actual books with comics in them and not "comic books" They are old.
Here Comes Snoopy by Charles M. Schultz (232-01099-050) Name inside cover, 1968
Snoopy and the Red Baron by Charles M. Schultz (23201070050) Most Famous Snoopy book of all- color on every page, 1969 print edition - very good shape, 1969
Good Ol' Snoopy by Charles M. Schultz (23201070050) Very good shape, 1967
Slide, Charlie Brown! Slide! by Charles M. Schultz (23201197050) good condition, 1968
All This and Snoopy, Too by Charles M. Schultz (23201232050) good condition, 1969
You're Something Special , Snoopy! by Charles M. Schultz (449-02810095) binding broke in middle, no pages are loose, 1966
You Can't Win Them All, Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schultz (44902475095) Missing front cover, otherwise great, 1975
Dennis the Menace--Just For Fun by Hank Ketcham (44902724060) book wrinkled with water spot, 1973
Hang in There, Tumbleweeds! by Tom K. Ryan (0449135713) crease on cover, 1976
What's New, B.C. ? by Johnny Hart (44901951050) couple small creases on cover, 1968
Batman The Best of the Original Batman -The Caped Crusader's greatest Adventures First Printing, March, 1966 No ISBN great shape
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Comic books are not allowed on PBS, sorry. If they are books with comic style drawings, that's fine, but if they are the thin books that are commonly referred to as "comic books" then they are not allowed to be offered for credits.
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These are actual books. They are just older and some show age as listed above. Some of the ISBN's don't go through for some reason and I thought it would be easier to list them here.