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NPR’s State of the Re:Union Wants to Hear from People Who Donated to Mike Meyer

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Remember Mike Meyer? The guy in Illinois who had his entire Superman collection wiped out by a heartless thief last year? After reports of the theft reached the comic book community, there was an incredible outpouring of support for

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Mike Meyer’s Superman Thief Gerry Armbruster Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

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Superman's ideals of truth, justice and the American Way were exemplified this week when Gerry Armbruster, the man police arrested last month for robbing mentally disabled comic book fan Mike Meyer of thousands of dollars worth of Superman comics and collectibles, was convicted of the crime and sentenced to six years in prison. Meyer, a 48-year-old man who wor

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Superman Fan Mike Meyer Shares Donated Comics & Collectibles With Children’s Hospital

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It didn't seem like there could be a better ending to the case of Mike Meyer than the return of his vast collection of Superman comic books and collectibles following their alleged theft by a man who pretended to be his friend, but we think you'll agree this is it. As we reported previously, the comics community rallied in support of Meyer, a 48-year-old lifelong Superman fan who lives on part-time work

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Man Accused Of Stealing Mentally Disabled Superman Fan’s Collection Now in Jail

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There's been an outpouring of support in the comics community for Superman fan Mike Meyer these past few weeks after the 48-year-old mentally disabled man from Granite City, Ill. was robbed of a substantial portion of his massive collection of Superman comics and memorabilia after being tricked by an acquaintance he welco

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Artists Honor Super Theft Victim Mike Meyer With Original Illustrations

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As part of its ongoing "The Line It Is Drawn" feature, where artists create original work based on reader suggestions, Comics Should Be Good commissioned some touching material in support of Mike Meyer, the mentally disabled Illinois man who was cruelly robbed of much of his prized collection of Superman comics and memorabilia. The comics community's response to Meyer's situation has been inspiring and is very well expressed thro

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How You Can Help Super-Theft Victim Mike Meyer [Video]

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Quite understandably, ComicsAlliance readers reacted very strongly to this week's report on Mike Meyer, the mentally disabled Superman fan who was cruelly robbed of thousands of dollars in Superman comic books and collectibles. That Meyer, who lives on Social Security

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Evil Scumbag Robs Mentally Disabled Superman Fan Of Enormous Comics Collection

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Mike Meyer, a 48-year-old resident of Granite City, Illinois, was robbed last month of more than 1,800 Superman comic books and collectibles worth approximately $4,000 to $5,000. Meyer, who receives Social Security for mental disability and supplements his income with part time work at McDonald's, was the victim of an unscrupulous former co-worker who

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