Suffering From San Diego Comic Con-itis? We Prescribe Entering to Win SUPERNATURAL Swag!

Has the seemingly never-ending river of San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) related tweets got you down? Do you find yourselfseething with jealously over all the awesome swag being handed like candy? Rest assured — as someone who is not in San Diego this summer — we get it. Which is why we thought now might be as good a time as any to brighten up the the 99.75% of us who are not lucky enough to be in attendance by giving away a little swag of our own. Up for grabs, a copy of the new and just-released SUPERNATURAL novel “Coyote’s Kiss.”

To enter to win, simply let us know in the comments below just how bitter you are about not attending this year’s SDCC! One lucky winner will be chosen at random and notified via email on Monday July 25th, so be sure to enter with a valid email address. Not a winner? SUPERNATURAL “Coyote’s Kiss” is available on Amazon for a paltry $7.99

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  • Hannah

    So incredibly bitter! What’s worse is SDCC updates every other second on my Twitter timeline!

  • Allan

    GRRRRRRRRRRR so mad that im not able to attend. i guess ill just re watch Buffy and supernatural on DVD :[

  • Victoria

    Last week my best friend decided to complain to me about how she could only go to the weekend portion of SDCC because of work.  I haven’t spoken to her since.  That’s how bitter I am about it.

  • Love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Since I am currently smack dab in the middle of RIDICULOUS July sweeps, i am not allowed to take off work and fly halfway across the country to see all of the awesomeness that is SDCC!!! BOO!

  • Mallory

    I’m not only bitter I can’t be at Comic Con, I’m bitter that there are people getting PAID to be there!  How did I get stuck in IT sales depending on commission for my paycheck while other people get to watch TV and write about it all day??  I’m really bitter I may never get to see Jensen Ackles in person 🙁

  • I’m extra bitter because my San Diego Tweeps keep talking about Comic Con even though they have no interest in going.  I’m going to make it to Comic Con in the next few years if it kills me.

  • Lee Ann

    OMG, I am SO bitter reading the tweets from SDCC, but I can’t help myself from continuing to reading them…I’m living vicariously through them.