Comic book publisher Sitcomics is posting 20 page previews of their line of humor comics leading up to the official release date next week, and today is Z-People day (although they had yet to activate the link for that download… it should be sometime today)! Visit their website to check out the first half or so of the zombie/comedy title Z-People and four other comics titles
Looks like our friends in Germany are going to have some Nintendo-related fun on Free Comic Book Day as well! The official website for Free Comic Book Day 2018 in Germany lists both Super Mario Adventures and Splatoon as part of the free reading. Pretty fantastic offerings to be included. Too bad we have to wait until May 12th, 2018 to enjoy! Thanks to Gerjet for the heads up!
A brand new tale of The Only Living Boy will be Papercutz’s Contribution to Free Comic Book Day 2018. “On Free Comic Book Day, new readers can dive into an action-packed adventure about an insect princess, a mermaid warrior, and a young boy and his teddy bear,” said David Gallaher, co-creator of the ongoing series. Show More Summary
Since March, I've had a finite amount of time spent with the Nintendo Switch through a few friends who have picked the console up. With that and my visit to a preview event held before it released, I've had a chance to play quite a few Switch games. Show More Summary
Dark Horse Comics is excited to feature all-ages stories from Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra and Nintendo's ARMS for our Free Comic Book Day Silver offering on May 5, 2018! First, Avatar Korra pairs up with an unlikely sidekick for...Show More Summary
Collects Korgi stories from Free Comic Book Day, and a brand-new adventure called “Cloud Cat.” IDW Publishing's Korgi: Short Tails by Christian Slade. The post Korgi: Short Tails appeared first on CBR.
BOOM! Studios and Twentieth Century Fox want to thank their fans at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 by partnering for the 2017 BOOM! Studios Drink Up – the longest-running annual party open to fans thrown by a comic book company at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Show More Summary
LAST MONTH, in a strip he created for Free Comic Book Day, Matt Furie had his characters mourn a memed-to-death friend, Pepe the Frog, as the cartoonist buried his chillaxin’ amphibian. Now, Furie is launching a crowd-funding campaign to bring his iconic “Boy’s Club” character back to life. On Monday, the same day that Furie cracked Time […]
Every year, on the Saturday before Halloween, comic shops around the world open their doors to celebrate the season with…. HALLOWEEN COMIC FEST. Free Comic Book Day takes place each and every May, but something even cooler happens on the Saturday before every Halloween. On Halloween ComicFest, comic shops around the country unload tons of […]
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Free Comic Book Day adventure in Dimension X continues in an all-new event from IDW Publishing. The post EXCLUSIVE: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Helm Weekly Event Series appeared first on CBR.
Free comic books, events and more to celebrate the Amazon Princess The post DC Sets Wonder Woman Day for June 3 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Matt Furie laid his iconic frog to rest on Free Comic Book Day, but that doesn't mean the Internet will allow Pepe the rest in peace. The post Pepe the Frog is Dead; Unfortunately, You Can’t Kill a Meme appeared first on CBR.
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and sends up Free Comic Book Day? SpongeBob Squarepants! The post Spongebob FCBD Story Includes Biting Comics Industry Criticism appeared first on CBR.
This year's Free Comic Book Day offerings have had some staples, a few surprises, and at least one crazy reveal. Let me know what you grabbed this year! More »
"You never really stop collecting comics, you just stop getting stuff for a while." The aftermath of Free Comic Book Day.
Spare a thought for poor Matt Furie, a wonderful indie comics creator whose Boys' Club comics featured a lovable frog called Pepe that was adopted by the neofascist movement (the so-called "alt-right") as a symbol for racism, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia and misogyny. (more…)
Pepe the Frog's creator is none too happy about white supremacists co-opting his art, and he let everyone know it in Fantagraphics' Free Comic Book Day offering.
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This year’s Free Comic Book Day offerings have had some staples, a few surprises, and at least one crazy reveal. Sadly, I’ve been stuck behind a desk for the past eight hours, so I will be living vicariously through all of your amazing finds. Let me know what you grabbed this year! Read more...
It's the 16th annual Free Comic Book Day and this year 2,300 participating comic book shops worldwide are expected to give away more than 5.7 million comic books.