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Marvel No-Prize Envelope

Submitted by jack
January 23rd, 2010

This is a Marel No-Prize envelope. These were empty envelopes that were sent out by Marvel Comics to readers that pointed out errors in the various comic books they produced, hence the name No-Prize. The empty envelope itself was actually the prize. They no longer do this anymore since it cost too much money and I wasn’t able to win one when they were doing it. I figured just buying it would be the next best thing. I still think the idea was a cool one.

Categories: Awards, Brands, Comic Book/Strip/Animation, Ephemera, Submissions

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One Response to “Marvel No-Prize Envelope”

  1. Allee Willis Allee Willis says:

    This is actually quite brilliant, sending out a prize that’s a “No-Prize”.

    Hard for me to imagine that Marvel stopped sending No-Prizes because it cost too much. How much money did they have to make before they could justify printing up a bunch of empty envelopes?

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