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SuperHeroStuff Savings For Your Inner Comic Book Geek!

Sure, Monday is Presidents Day, but did George Washington or Abraham Lincoln ever face off against Galactus?  Did Honest Abe square off against The Joker?  Did Washington trade jabs with Solomon Grundy?

Well, you know who has?  Union suit and cape wearing crimefighters, that’s who.  And there’s no better place to stock up on the necessary comic book inspired clothing and accessories than from our friends at SuperHeroStuff.com, the largest superhero store on the web.

They currently have a sale promoting 15% off purchases of $35 or more!  Plus, all The Walking Dead merchandise is 10% off (“Get back in the house, Carl.”) and merchandise featuring May Parker’s favorite nephew, Peter aka Spider-Man is also on sale.

And then there’s The HeroBox.

Get a true superhero thrill-ride without ever leaving your desk! Order a HeroBox and the best part: it’s a mystery!

You won’t know what’s inside until it gets to your front door! Every box is jam packed with $70+ of SuperHeroStuff plus a few exclusive bonus items you won’t find anywhere else!

There are 10 themes to choose from including 9 of your favorite heroes (Batman, Deadpool, Superman, Captain America, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, The Flash, Star Wars and Green Lantern) PLUS a themed box that changes every month!

This month’s theme is Superhero Boy-Scouts.  These no nonsense do-gooders have earned their merit badge in superherodom more than once! The February Box celebrates those heroes that are so good you almost hate them. Almost. Box ships at end of February.



Plus, you can enter to win a HeroBox of your very own.

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