CBT Exclusive Giveaway: The Amazing Spider-Man Signed Comics, Shirt, And Poster
OK webheads, we have quite the opportunity for you. Thanks to our friends who are working with Sony Home Entertainment on The Amazing Spider-Man DVD/Blu-Ray release we have not 1, but 4 Amazing (see what I did there?) prizes to give away to 4 lucky winners. These are some outstanding prizes, so you’re going to have to do a little work.
1 ASM Poster w/ a certificate of authenticity
1 ASM comic signed by Marc Webb and Stan Lee
1 ASM comic signed by Stan Lee only
1 ASM t-shirt
So you can win a comic signed by Marc Webb and/or Stan Lee! So now here’s what you have to do:
Make sure you’ve “Liked” Comic Book Therapy on Facebook (Here’s a quick link)
The next part will test your knowledge of all things Spider-Man. You’ll have to answer these four questions and send them to email@example.com
1. What New York borough does Peter Parker come from?
2. Although he didn’t feature in The Amazing Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson was rumored to be. Name at least one of the actors that was reportedly rumored for the role.
3. Andrew Garfield played Frank, a young Tennessean who live in New York during the Great Depression, in what popular sci-fi show?
4.What was the comic Spidey first appeared in, and what was the date (month and year)?
Those may seem tricky but with a little digging on your part and the trusty resource of the interwebs, you should have no trouble. Everyone who answers correctly will be entered into the contest. Four winners will be chose at random and notified of what prize they win. I will randomly draw a name and in another hat I will have all four prizes, of which I will draw one. That’s how the winner will be matched with the prize. The contest will run until 12 noon EST. on Friday November 23. Winners will be notified shortly thereafter. You can be a winner in your own right if you pick up Spider-Man on Blu-ray or DVD. Check that out by clicking here! Good luck!
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