Free Comic Book Day May 7, 2011

by on Mar.14, 2011, under Uncategorized

Free Comic Book Day May 7, 2011

With the popularity of comic book-based horror properties like The Walking Dead and 30 Days of Night, there’s never been a better time to turn to this colorful medium to satisfy your taste for the dark and macabre.

On May 7 the annual Free Comic Book Day(FCBD) will take place at comic shops across the country, offering comic fans an excellent opportunity to explore some different titles without having to shell out cash on blind faith. It’s also a perfect jumping on point for new readers, who may wish to discover the many avenues of entertainment available in comic form.

Publishers are offering several titles that may appeal to the horror-minded consumer, including “Baltimore Criminal Macabre”, a “Darkness 2” prequel, “Worlds of Aspen” featuring the wildly popular steampunk/paranormal title “Lady Mechanika”, “Locke and Key”, and a “Dark Crystal” flipbook.

We suggest you take advantage of FCBD to seek out these enjoyable titles, and take a few moments to ask your local comic book retailer what other titles of interest they might recommend. Comics offer a HUGE variety of genres from a plethora of publishers, with a little something for literally everyone. From classic “Swamp Thing” and “Tomb of Dracula” to modern adaptations of “True Blood” and “Gears of War”, you can satisfy your creepy cravings at just about any comic shop!

Learn more about Free Comic Book Day at

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