Hey all... some advice needed... I'm on vacation, and what better time than to make sense of the disaster area that is my apartment. During the course of rooting through the debris, I've come across several boxes of old comic books that I bought in my younger years, but have no interest in keeping. These are books which have no value to me, and would commonly be found in the discount bins of several comic book stores. I'm talking about early to mid-90's titles from Image Comics (The Pact, etc), Defiant Comics (who cares), old Marvel books, etc. Now, I don't want to be bothered with trying to sell them. Most likely no one will be willing to buy them on e-bay, and it's quite simply not worth the hassle to put them up for sale at all. I'd sooner chuck them into the recycling bins outside then waste a month selling them for $10. Just not worth the money. What I was thinking was perhaps to donate the books to some kind of literacy program. Maybe a library, a school, something to encourage kids to pick up books and start reading. The only problem is that some of these comic books depict violent acts, scantily clad comic book heroine's, etc... material which I'm not quite sure that the Toronto Public School board (or library) would accept. So does anyone know of any good use for these books? Is there a program set up that would accept them? I'd rather find a good use for them other than the recycling heap. Thanks! Moe.