Free Comic Book Day to be held


May 4, 2006, midnight | By Bridget Egan | 14 years, 2 months ago

Fifth annual international event


Participating comic book stores will hold the fifth annual Free Comic Book Day on Sat. May 6. Twenty eight special editions will be distributed free of charge.

According to the Free Comic Book Day web site, this event is occurring to offer an opportunity for people who do not normally read comics to become involved in comics.

Various comic agencies, such as DC, Marvel and Darkhorse, have made special editions to be distributed specifically on Free Comic Book Day. Popular titles such as "Justice League" and "GI Joe" will be available as well as a Marvel crossover between "X-Men" and the "Runaways." A full list of the available comics can be found here.

Local comic book store Alliance plans to participate in the event for the third year in a row. Manager Tory Allen believes that Free Comic Book Day helps get the community involved in comics. "I think it is good for the community."




Bridget Egan. Bridget Egan is a Communications Art student (graduating in 2007) who loves "CSI" and The Who. When she isn't doing anything related to school work, she is drawing abstract art, reading comic books and normal books and learning to play the bagpipes. Bridget also has … More »

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