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[Dollarama] Marvel coloured comic books - $4

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Finally found some at the Yonge and Sheppard location in Toronto!
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Some available at Agincourt Mall.
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A lot in oak ridges (yonge, south of Bloomington)
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JackWhyte wrote:
Aug 12th, 2019 5:09 pm
That's the problem, you were never taught the value of money, and that's why so many people are in debt these days. A lot of $4 add up quick and without returns, over a period of years, you might as well be paying $2-$6 at Walmart for a higher quality item. Its like these cheap Bingo/Bongo-brand HDTVs I see on the curb every garbage week - just buy something that might last longer than a few months.

Value does not equal a low price, it equates to the relative quality of the item for the price, and the longevity/usage/enjoyment you get out of it. Shopping at Dollarama is penny smart, pound stupid.

And as for businesses, yes, our family has owned and operated several medical/health-based offices for years, and I know all about what goes into it. P.S. they don't shop at Dollarama for supplies, and instead use Costco because they care a little bit about quality, even for something like candy for the from desk tray, or soap and toilet paper.
No one who owns a business should really be going into Dollarama to buy stuff unless we are talking about a business just starting from ground 0. I think you are being hyper-critical of Dollarama. I am grateful that me and my family are in a great position today but Dollarama is a godsend for people who are in the lower-class (and for everyone, but specifically those who don't have much and have to budget extremely tight), you can buy essential things from Dollarama that last (at least in my experience) and we own things like plates and glass cups/mugs that 10 years later are still going well. To this day I make dollarama runs because it's a great all-in-one low price destination for things that don't exactly need quality. Your argument makes sense when talking about toys and electronics because lets face it, unless you're buying something from a good electronics company in China, cheap usually means garbage. There should always be a buyers beware when purchasing anything from cables to power banks to other electronics from Dollarama until they actually start importing the good chinese electronics. But other than that, they have cheap prices for soaps, cutlery, decorations, equipment and even candy that is unmatched anywhere else.
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karnige wrote:
Aug 21st, 2019 4:09 pm
colored comic books seemed like coloring books. sue me man. title should just read marvel comic books
Colored is an adjective, his title is correct. Marvel sells TPB that have no color so he is probably making that distinction.
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The Dollarama stores that I regularly visit that have been cleared out of these books 2-3 weeks ago have restocked with what seems like more titles than was originally put out last month as I've seen a number of other hardcovers that I did't see before...mainly only looking for the Spidey books for my son.
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Fightguard wrote:
Sep 8th, 2019 9:20 pm
The Dollarama stores that I regularly visit that have been cleared out of these books 2-3 weeks ago have restocked with what seems like more titles than was originally put out last month as I've seen a number of other hardcovers that I did't see before...mainly only looking for the Spidey books for my son.
Hi there, can you list which locations restocked? thanks
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OmegaThought wrote:
Sep 9th, 2019 11:35 am
Hi there, can you list which locations restocked? thanks
Junction on Dundas, Stockyards Mall, and the one by the Walmart Stockyards Supercentre.
I was also at the one near High Park on Bloor once last week and they had a few new ones but not many.
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Jun 10, 2015
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Lots of Starwars, DC, Marvel and Star trek hard cover comic books for 4$ at dollarama on front and princess in Toronto. Happy Hunting
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Wow great xmas stocking stuffers
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Previous threads for Star Trek
hardcover-star-trek-graphic-novels-dollarama-2305405/

And Marvel
dollarama-marvel-coloured-comic-books-4-2305361/

The DC hardcovers are not in the same category as they are not graphic novels or traditional comics. They are more oriented for young readers, age 5-7.

The Marvel MAX books are for mature readers, i.e. more violence, gore, nudity and profanity...there are a couple of these in the Dollarama selection.
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Repost. Also extremely YMMV. I've been to 3 of my local Dollaramas and no go.

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