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    Whatever Happened To World of Tomorrow SC

    $14.95
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    Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? tells the story of a young boy and his relationship with his father from the 1939 New York World's Fair to the last Apollo space mission in 1975. Told through the eyes of the son as he grows up in an era that is optimistic and amibitious, fueled by industry, engines, electricity, rockets, and atoms, it is an insightful look at relationships and the promise of the future, presenting the story in a way that only comics and graphic novels can.
    SKU: DCD467164
    Availability: In stock

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    • Bedrock City stands behind its merchandise 100% and has a seven day satisfaction guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your order, you may return it within seven days (in original condition) for a full refund.
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    • We accept as payment all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), money orders, and PayPal.
    • All other orders will be mailed within two days of receipt of payment.
    • Reserved items will be held for one week only.
    • Availability of some items is subject to change.

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    6516 WESTHEIMER SUITE D
    HOUSTON, TEXAS 77057

    Phone (713) 780-0675
    Fax Line (713) 780-2366

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    Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? tells the story of a young boy and his relationship with his father from the 1939 New York World's Fair to the last Apollo space mission in 1975. Told through the eyes of the son as he grows up in an era that is optimistic and amibitious, fueled by industry, engines, electricity, rockets, and atoms, it is an insightful look at relationships and the promise of the future, presenting the story in a way that only comics and graphic novels can.