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    The Post-man always rings twice. Uhm... ring ring?

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    Gotham City Late 1930's

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  1. This is her last year in high school. She was thinking to be a conceptual artist or a graphic designer, but after some research - she found that it might not be the job for her. So now she’s thinking to work on getting a marketing degree with a minor in graphic design. Seems there more opportunities in a Marketing career.
  2. My daughter sketched this on paper and uploaded to her iPad, and digitally colored it in using ProCreate app. Coverswipe Detective Comics #366
  3. 9.8 NM/MT $900 This is extremely hard to find in this condition due to the black cover. This book is from 1974, so a 45 year old book in this condition is pretty much uncanny. You can still smell the fresh newsstand from the book.
  4. 9.8 NM/MT $1000 I have never seen one better since I’ve been looking for this in the last 20 years.
  5. 1.) or PM's whatever comes first. 2.) Probation or Hosers are NOT allowed. 3.) Will only ship to U.S.A and Puerto Rico. 4.) Books will be mailed on Saturday's only. 5.) Payment Method: Paypal. 6.) Buyer will pay for shipping - Priority Mail Box including Signature Confirmation and insurance.
  6. Call me an old soul but this book is very touching. Perry White ask Clark Kent (A Mile Manner Reporter) to look into why super-heroes wear masks. Clark went out to find who was the first mask hero. It's a nice story.
  7. Yes- she's a junior in high school. Next year she will try to get into AP art class. Thanks!
  8. Thank you for replies. I found there’s a software AutoDesk puts out “Media & Entertainment Collection” and “Sketchbook”. Maybe these softwares might be an entry point for her to go into this field.
  9. I asked my teenage daughter to draw me the classic Detective Comics #31 cover for my birthday. She first sketched it out on paper and then upload it to her iPad and used an app “ProCreate” to color it in. I think she did a pretty good job! She wants to use her art skills for college and find a job that makes a decent living in doing what she loves the most but she doesn’t know where to start. She thought of going into animation or become a conceptual artist to draw cars for the big car companies. Any ideas what she can do? and what other software she can learn to stay ahead in the game? Are there any type of engineering jobs that she can utilize her talent?