Every comic book fan’s favorite of the day is almost here…Free Comic Book Day will be held this Saturday, May 4th across North America and around the world. BOOM! Studios is proud to participate both as a Gold Sponsor with the KaBOOM! SUMMER BLAST comic and a variety of creator signings.
Saturday, May 4th is FREE COMIC BOOK DAY and Archie Comics is once again proud to participate, offering up a flipbook featuring both Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog and, for the first time ever, a WORLD OF ARCHIE DIGEST.
DK and TNT’s Falling Skies have signed on to sponsor and contribute toward the marketing and promotion of Free Comic Book Day, the industry-wide event set for Saturday, May 4th, 2013. Now in its twelfth year, Free Comic Book Day is an annual event where the entire comics industry works together to raise awareness of comics and local comic book shops. On this day, almost 2,000 comic shops all over the world give away millions of comics published specifically for Free Comic Book Day to new and returning customers just for coming to their shops.
Arcana Comics is preparing for FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2013, where we will debut The Steam Engines of Oz, a gorgeous re-imagining of the world of Oz, set 100 years after the events from The Wizard of Oz, a story we all love and cherish.
Comic book specialty retailers worldwide expect record attendance at this year’s Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) and have also pushed their ordering to record levels—with over 4.6 million free comic books to be available the day of the event, May 4th,2013.
Almost 2,000 retail accounts have signed up this year as participating stores for Free Comic Book Day—also a record number of participating stores—and expectations are high.
Hermes Press adds the Eisner Award nominated title Scratch9, written by Rob M. Worley, to its list of dynamite features! The world’s greatest superhero cat returns with all new adventures! The all ages title featuring Scratch, a curious cat who gets lost, must summon his nine lives to aid him in rescuing pets from the C.R.U.E.L. Corporation.