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    Snatch Comics #1 Third Printing, Don Donahue File Copy (Apex Novelties, 1968) CGC NM/MT 9.8 Off-white to white pages. Wow! What great shape this little book is in. Don Donahue, founder of Apex Novelties, would hand pick a few copies to keep for his collection every time he printed a book. This was the last actual Apex printing, the Print Mint took over production starting with the fourth printing. Of the nearly one dozen copies of this comic that CGC has reviewed to date, this one stands head and shoulders above the rest. Overstreet does not list Undergrounds at this time. From the collection of Apex Novelties founder Don Donahue.

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    April, 2004
    2nd-3rd Friday-Saturday
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