This one is for the kids and grandkids! We will be giving away 5 The World of Batman albums with 10 packs of stickers to 5 lucky collectors courtesy of Panini America. We will also be giving away one grand prize of an album and full box (50 packs) of stickers! So, if you have kids and grandkids who would love some Batman stickers, leave a comment below. From comics, animation, film, actors, voice actors, and favorite artist's imagining, what is your all-time favorite version of Batman? Drop it below and you'll be entered to win! Winners will be announced on Monday. Good luck!This message has been edited. Last edited by: BeckettBible24,
What an open ended question. There have been about 10 versions (I may be exaggerating a bit here) of Batman in the comics alone, the Saturday serials from the 1940's, the various cartoons, the films, etc...
I'll go with Adam West.
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Good news! It turns out we have a surplus of these so everyone who entered will get the album plus 10 packs...except for the person who was randomly selected to win an album and full box. That person was Raj! Congratulations to everyone. Please send me all your info at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get them packaged up and sent out this week. This is our last week of Superhero September so keep any eye out on here and all our other social media outlets for more giveaways!
T received the album and stickers today. Many thanks for the prize.
That is the good news, the bad news is that the package itself gave every appearance of having been run over by several trucks. Closer examination revealed that the damage to the jiffy bag had meant that it had been torn open and stuck together with very strong adhesive tape. On opening the album is in no fit state to be given to anyone perhaps the culprit has an hatred of "Panini" and "The World of Batman" failing that probably the large jiffy bag did not fit in well with the Mail authorities automatic sorting machines. Only 9 sticker packs appear to have survived the mauling. I suspect that the damage occurred in the US as I cannot envisage the Royal Mail here in the UK having such strong adhesive tape. At least it arrived.
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