//THANKSGIVEAWAY: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Poster, T-Shirt, and Stan Lee Signed Comic

THANKSGIVEAWAY: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Poster, T-Shirt, and Stan Lee Signed Comic

Amazing Spider Man Poster Giveaway

We here at Film Misery are thankful for a lot of things, but nothing more so than you, our faithful readers. To show our appreciation we have lined up a series of giveaways that will be announced throughout the week of Thanksgiving (sorry overseas readers). These will include DVDs, Blu-Rays, posters, books, and other exciting memorabilia all courtesy of Sony Home Entertainment.

The giveaway is associated with the recent DVD/Blu-Ray release of The Amazing Spider-Man, a film which Davin said “reinvigorated [his] interest in both Spider-man and superheros.” We don’t have a copy of the DVD or Blu-Ray to give away, but we do have an excellent prize pack that supports the movie’s release, which includes:

  • Amazing Spider-Man Poster with Certificate of Authenticity
  • Amazing Spider-Man T-Shirt
  • Amazing Spider-Man comic signed by Stan Lee

You can view and purchase The Amazing Spider-Man 3-disc combo Blu-Ray at Amazon.com.

For me the highlight of this prize package is the Stan Lee signed comic book, which would be an ideal item to have handy at every Marvel movie screening. That way whenever Mr. Lee makes his obligatory cameo, you can take it out and instantly be the coolest person in the theatre.

All of these fantastic items will go to one winner who fills out the form below with your name and e-mail address. You must reside in North America to be eligible to win. Submissions are due by Friday, November 30th.

General Disclosure: The prize was provided by Sony Home Entertainment. Neither Sony nor its program partners are sponsors, administrators, or involved in any other way with this giveaway. All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of Sony. Winner to be chosen by Film Misery.

Alex started Film Misery in early 2009 after living the site’s title for many years. His film obsession began in high school when he and his friends would see all of the Oscar Best Picture nominees and try to make predictions...Full Bio.