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March 21, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Fulce has all the fervor of a man reformed. Only in his case it's not cigarettes. Or booze. John Fulce has sworn off comic books. Fulce used to sell comics. Actually, he lived comics. He owned 30,000--a whole garage full--of them. There wasn't room for the family car. But Fulce, a born-again Christian, became increasingly disturbed by the content of the items he sold. A few years ago, he decided the time had come to sell his comic book shop, the Land of Oohs and Ahs in Fountain Valley.
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March 21, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Fulce has all the fervor of a man reformed. Only in his case it's not cigarettes. Or booze. John Fulce has sworn off comic books. Fulce used to sell comics. Actually, he lived comics. He owned 30,000--a whole garage full--of them. There wasn't room for the family car. But Fulce, a born-again Christian, became increasingly disturbed by the content of the items he sold. A few years ago, he decided the time had come to sell his comic book shop, the Land of Oohs and Ahs in Fountain Valley.
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March 1, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Fulce has all the fervor of a man reformed. Only in his case it's not cigarettes. Or booze. John Fulce has sworn off comic books. Fulce used to sell comic books. Actually, he lived comic books. He owned 30,000--a whole garage full--of them. There wasn't room for the family car. Then Fulce watched a television movie about Jesus that led, he says, to his being born again. After that, he began to look a little more closely at the content of the comic books he sold over the years.
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March 1, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Fulce has all the fervor of a man reformed. Only in his case it's not cigarettes. Or booze. John Fulce has sworn off comic books. Fulce used to sell comic books. Actually, he lived comic books. He owned 30,000--a whole garage full--of them. There wasn't room for the family car. Then Fulce watched a television movie about Jesus that led, he says, to his being born again. After that, he began to look a little more closely at the content of the comic books he sold over the years.
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May 14, 1994 | ELAINE TASSY
The state's embattled student testing program drew about 800 mostly disgruntled parents and grandparents from as far as Riverside and San Diego counties this week at a hearing held by Assemblywoman Doris Allen (R-Cypress). Many people at the Huntington Beach City School District board room Thursday evening said they were concerned with the confidential nature of the California Learning Assessment System tests. "What are they hiding?
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October 17, 1985 | HERBERT J. VIDA
In the Fountain Valley store called Oohs and Ahs where Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, the Thing and Human Torch hang out with hundreds of other comic book characters such as Swamp Thing and X-Men, it seems that John Fulce, 34, has found his calling. A one-time landscape architect, he is the keeper of 250,000 comic books, most selling for the bottom price of 75 cents each, but some that go for thousands of dollars.
SPORTS
March 12, 1991
First team: MVP--Nomar Garcia-Parra (St. John Bosco), Sean Cardenas (Loyola), Scott Carter (Santa Margarita), Sean Dempsey (Bishop Amat), Tom Evans (Mater Dei), Andy Geriak (Mater Dei), Jeff Harris (Santa Margarita), Barclay Harty (Servite), Trevor Ickes (Mater Dei), Josh Keller (Santa Margarita), Mario Lucio (Bishop Amat), Julio Martinez (St. John Bosco), Rob Salata (Santa Margarita), Jeff Vargas (St. John Bosco), Bob Watts (Santa Margarita), Shawn Wyns (Mater Dei). Second Team: Sean Byrne (St.
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