Jim Fern, Karl Moline, Jeff Christiansen, and Nelson Ortega sign at Famous Faces & Funnies on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!
Free Comic Book Day is Saturday May 4th at 11am!
Help us spread the word and make this the biggest Free Comic Book Day ever.
We will have 10 FREE COMICS PER PERSON every Saturday in May!
We will have several great local artists drawing FREE sketches of your favorite characters!
Jim Fern – Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland, Green Lantern, Avengers Academy
Nelson Ortega – Sonic The Hedgehog, Silver Sable, Spider-Man
Karl Moline – Buffy, Avengers Academy, Fray
Jeff Christiansen – Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe writer, answer Marvel trivia to win more free comics and other prizes
We have 501st Legion Star Wars characters, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Lady Deadpool, Wolverine and several more characters here taking pics for the first few hours. We’ll have magician David Kelly from 11 AM to 3 PM, music by Brevard Busking Coalition at 5 PM and more to make this our craziest FREE COMIC BOOK DAY EVER!
Play our Thor Hammer Toss or Walking Dead Twitter Zombie Hunt.
Join us Saturday May 4th and every Saturday in May to get some amazing FREE COMICS!
Spend $3 every Saturday in May and you get a free graphic novel! Pick from our favorite first volumes like Y: The Last Man, Walking Dead, The Boys, Irredeemable, Scott Pilgrim, Serenity, Morning Glories,Chew, Fables, Preacher, Transmet, and much more!
Spend $5 each week at GYFO and get a $10 GYFO gift card. You can’t use the gift card towards the price of Magic booster boxes, but can use it on anything else on their side.
If you’ve got a super-hero costume you’d like to show up in on May 4 or an artist interested in drawing on one of the other Saturdays, May 11, 18 or 25, please comment here or contact us at FFFComics@aol.com. Thanks!
Famous Faces and Funnies
3000 W New Haven Avenue, West Melbourne, FL 32904
Christopher Jones, Anthony Hary, Peter Allen, and The Great Carlito appear at Source Comics & Games on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!
Source Comics & Games
1601 Larpenteur Avenue, Falcon Heights, MN 55113
8th Street Books & Comics
1006 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R9
Mattel and NECA preview some SDCC exclusives, we get a look at the Pacific Rim footage from WonderCon, Some geeky girls get fed up and angry, and lots more.
Marat Mychaels and Batt sign at Phat Collectibles on on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!
1201 S. Euclid Street, Anaheim, CA 92804
Say Anything frontman MAX BEMIS signs at Beach Ball Comics from 5:00 till 7:00 pm on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!
Beach Ball Comics
3024 W Ball Rd Ste G, Anaheim, CA 92804
Writer Chris Roberson signs at Beach Ball Comics at 11:00 am on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!
Beach Ball Comics
3024 W Ball Rd Ste G, Anaheim, CA 92804
13 More Guests Added to the Comic-Con Line-up!
Comic-Con 2013 is less than three short months away, and 13 more great special guests have been added to the already-stellar line-up! Part of this group highlights some of our anniversary celebrations, including the 35th anniversary of Elfquest, the 25th anniversary of Sandman, and the 20th anniversary of Milestone Media.
You can’t celebrate any anniversary of Elfquest without, or course,Wendy and Richard Pini. One of the first self-publishers, the Pinis began their epic tale in 1978, it and quickly grew in popularity, spawning numerous collections, prose novels, and an ongoing and vibrant fan community. Wendy is also known for her work on a series of Beauty and the Beast graphic novels (based on the original TV series starring Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton). More recently, Wendy completed a reimagining of Edgar Allan Poe’s Masque of the Red Death.
Neil Gaiman’s Sandman celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with a new series and an appearance by Gaiman at Comic-Con. Award-winning artist J.H. Williams III is the artist on that new series. Famous for his recent run onBatwoman (and nominated once again, as Best Cover Artist in this year’s Eisner Awards), Williams is also known forPromethea and Chase. And speaking of covers, artist/filmmaker Dave McKean comes to Comic-Con to help celebrate Dream’s 25th. McKean’s evocative covers were an important part of Sandman’s success and his art graced each issue of the original series. Artist Sam Kieth, who illustrated the first five issues of Sandman when it debuted in 1988, is also known for his work on his own creations, The Maxx and Zero Girl, plus a run of memorable Batman tales at DC. (Sam Kieth’s appearance is co-sponsored by IDW Publishing.)
The 20th anniversary of Milestone Media is another of our celebrations this year, and co-founders Denys Cowan (The Question, Batman, Hardware), Derek T. Dingle, and Michael Davis join previously announced guest Charlotte Fullerton (the widow of Milestone co-founder Dwayne McDuffie) as special guests. Milestone focused on minorities in comics—as both creators and characters—forging a fan-favorite universe. One of their titles, Static Shock, went on to become an animated hit on television.
Other added special guests include:
Ellen Forney, the Eisner Award-nominated (for Best Reality-Based Work) writer/artist of Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo & Me. Forney’s other work includes I Love Led Zeppelin and Monkey Food.
Russ Heath, the legendary artist best known for his work on war titles for DC Comics, such as The Haunted Tank. Heath also did the memorable 1960s series Sea Devils. He is a member of the Will Eisner Hall of Fame.
Georges Jeanty, the artist behind the popular Dark Horse series Joss Whedon’s Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. Jeanty has drawn both Season 8 and Season 9 of the award-winning, New York Times bestselling series.
Rep. John Lewis from Georgia’s 5th District, who comes to Comic-Con with his new graphic novel, MARCH, co-written by Andrew Advin and drawn by Nate Powell. The book chronicles his years in the Civil Rights movement. (Rep. Lewis’s appearance is courtesy Top Shelf Productions.)
Fred Perry, the writer/artist behind the popular Gold Digger series published by Antarctic Press. Perry has produced over 5,000 pages in 22 years since the series began, with a consecutive run of over 200 issues of his American manga series.
For a complete list of special guests appearing at Comic-Con International 2013, please click here.
DARK HORSE DELUXE PROUDLY ANNOUNCES A NEW LINE OF COLLECTIBLES BASED ON BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS AND MICHAEL AVON OEMING’S POWERS!
APRIL 27, CHICAGO, IL–Dark Horse Deluxe, an imprint of Dark Horse Comics, has licensed rights to create figures based on Powers, a long-running creator-owned series of comics and graphic novels by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Avon Oeming.
Projects include a limited-edition statue of Retro Girl, a central figure in the first Powers story arc, and a boxed set of vinyl figures of the series’ ongoing principal characters.
Combining the genres of superhero fantasy, crime noir, and police procedural, Powers follows the lives and cases of two homicide detectives, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, assigned to investigate cases involving people with superhuman abilities, who are referred to as “powers.”
“We have been very particular about merchandising Powers over the years, because I wanted to make sure it was the highest-quality merchandise we could offer,” said Brian Michael Bendis. “I am a giant fan of Dark Horse and the care they give their merchandising. I am very excited about this partnership.”
“We feel that Powers is one of the best graphic-story treatments of the modern era,” Dark Horse Product Development Vice President David Scroggy remarked. “We are delighted to bring these characters forward. Brian Bendis is a master of story construction and dialogue, making him one of today’s most widely read comics writers, and Michael Oeming’s unique art style is one of the most individual in the field. Capturing their creative vision is a challenge we appreciate, and we couldn’t be more excited to work directly with these two talents in making that happen.”
The Retro Girl statue will be sculpted by Tony Cipriano, who has created many popular superhero-themed collectible statues for a variety of companies. Michael Avon Oeming, working in concert with Bendis and Dark Horse, created special art for the statue, which will be used as control art during sculpting. The statue will capture the stylized nature of the graphic art, while anchoring the figure in realism.
“To see your work translated into sculpture is always scary, but I’m very excited to be working with the amazing Tony,” Oeming stated.
Dark Horse also plans a boxed set of four-to-five-inch vinyl figures, which will include protagonists Walker and Pilgrim as centerpieces of the ensemble.
Both projects are slated for release in the fourth quarter of 2013. The prototypes will be shown to the trade and the public for the first time as part of the product display in the Dark Horse booth at San Diego Comic-Con in July.
Retail prices and edition sizes are to be determined.
For more information, check out design sketches and an exclusive interview with Brian Michael Bendis & Mike Oeming on Nerdist News!
Powers is © Jinxworld, Inc. Dark Horse Deluxe, a division of Dark Horse Comics, produces high-quality collectible merchandise.
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