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    Cardboard News Volume 2 Issue 2 is in the mail

    Hello all,

    I can breathe a sigh of relief now that Volume 2 Issue 2 of Cardboard News is in the mail. You should receive it in the next couple of days if you signed up for a free subscription. If not I will have the online issue up shortly as well. For this issue I wanted to publicly thank David Stadler, Anson Whaley, and Duane Jackson for lending there services, it was very much appreciated. Well its off to start to plan the next issue. Im up for any ideas or suggesttions you may have. Thanks again and enjoy. I hope you enjoy the latest issue.

    Best regards and happy collecting

    Andrew Horowitz

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    How about an article about trading cards for less-than-mainstream sports leagues, like minor league hockey, arena or Canadian football or minor league basketball, or even wrestling for that matter?

    Something else that might be interesting would be the genealogy (so to speak) of various card manufacturers. You could do something like a timeline showing the evolution of CMC/Impel/Skybox/Fleer/Marvel/UD (including all the name changes, mergers, buyouts and bankruptcies).

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    How about whats hot in other countries Im in Australia so I could do something if you want

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    Yeah, I'd love to see an article on the sets Futura or whoever else produces cards down under.

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    What about an interview with Rob Broder (if you can track him down)?

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    DaClyde and THIRDBASE70 all good ideas. THIRDBASE70 I'll PM you to discus your ideas. Thanks.

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