Free Comic Book Day is coming soon, and Diamond Comic Distributors has announced the all important Gold Sponsors for the 2017 event.

“There’s so much to love in all the engaging titles being offered for the 16th annual Free Comic Book Day,” said Joe Field, head of the Retailer Selection Committee and owner of Flying Colors Comics in Concord, CA. “The fantastic line up of Gold-level publishers, the continuing great work of thousands of independent comic book retailers, and the enthusiasm of new and returning fans all over the world will make May 6, 2017 a monumental day in comics history!”

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2017: GOLD COMICS

ARCHIE COMICS | BETTY & VERONICA #1 FCBD 2017 EDITION
BONGO COMICS | BONGO COMICS FREE-FOR-ALL FCBD 2017 EDITION
BOOM! STUDIOS | BOOM! STUDIOS SUMMER BLAST FCBD 2017 EDITION
DARK HORSE COMICS | JAMES CAMERON’S AVATAR/BRIGGSLAND FCBD 2017 EDITION
DC COMICS | DC COMICS GOLD BOOK FCBD 2017 EDITION
IDW PUBLISHING | STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION: MIRROR BROKEN FCBD 2017 EDITION
IMAGE COMICS | I HATE IMAGE COMICS FCBD 2017 EDITION
MARVEL COMICS | FCBD SECRET 2017 EDITION
ONI PRESS | RICK AND MORTY #1 FCBD 2017 EDITION
TITAN COMICS | DOCTOR WHO: FOUR DOCTORS SPECIAL FCBD 2017 EDITION
VALIANT ENTERTAINMENT | X-O MANOWAR FCBD 2017 EDITION
VIZ MEDIA | THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: TWILIGHT PRINCESS & OCARAINA OF TIME FCBD 2017 EDITION

Free Comic Book Day is always a fun event, and a great time to visit your local comic book shops. Hopefully, you have a comic shop in your area, and you can mark your calendar for May 6, 2017.

via Diamond Comic Distributors

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