arcana_fcbd.jpgTomorrow is the day! Free Comic Book Day, and Arcana Studio is offering Arcana Studio Presents.

Arcana Studio presents Kade, The Gwai, Burn and 100 Girls — four of Arcana’s iconic series — in one issue of all-new stories published just for Free Comic Book Day 2008! Kade, the enigmatic warrior who doesn’t feel, but always hurts! The Gwai, the little critter lost in the Canadian North! Burn, a prisoner in his own body! Sylvia, one of 100 Girls genetically created for the U.S. government! Arcana Studio Presents features four all-new stories of action, adventure and intrigue in the way that only Arcana can!

Additionally, Arcana creators will be at various locations to sign books.

  • Clockwork Girl and Kade creator: Sean O’Reilly will be at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles, CA from 12pm to 2pm promoting Kade: Shiva’s Sun, as well as the new Wendigo series from Arcana Kids!
  • Dead Men Tell No Tales creator: Dwight McPherson will be at Mountain Empire Comics in Johnson City, TN from 10am to 4pm promoting the upcoming Dead Men Tell No Tales tpb and Dead Men Decimation graphic novel.
  • Gearhead creators: Dennis Hopeless and Kevin Mellon will be at Elite Comics in Overland Park, KS promoting the new Gearhead tpb collecting the smash hit original series that is currently optioned by Darius Films for motion picture development!
  • Koni Waves creators: Mark Poulton, Stephen Sistilli, and Dexter Weeks will be at Stormwatch Comics in Berlin, NJ from 12pm to 4pm promoting the upcoming Koni Waves: Ghouls Gone Wild! graphic novel and the battle of the century Avengelyne vs. Koni Waves!
  • 100 Girls co-creator: Adam Gallardo will be at Danger Zone Comics in Salem, OR signing copies of the Arcana Studio Presents featuring a new 100 Girls story, as well as promoting the upcoming Simon & Schuster release of the 100 Girls tpb!

via Arcana Comics and Free Comic Book Day


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