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Chew vol 1

A comic for food lovers, or maybe not…

 

Crazy Comic Finds: Tek Jansen

tek jansenIf you ever wanted to read about a Stephen Colbert super hero in space, now is your chance.  If you never even realized it was an option, then check it out!

 

TEENS: Celebrate FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!!

FCBDKingwood Teens – stop by the Teen Area Saturday, May 3rd anytime to pick up a FREE COMIC BOOK and participate in a special one day only Button Battle:  Marvel vs.

MacGyver is back!

MacgyverAre you a fan of the classic 80's and 90's TV show MacGyver?  Well he's back in Comic Book form!

 

Something about Nothing: Harvey Pekar and Slice of Life

Cover Art: The Quitter by Harvey Pekar, Art by Dean HaspielGone are the days when people with both a weakness for comic books and aspirations of becoming “serious” writers had to slink across town and hope no one they knew drove past as they walked out of the shop with the latest issue of Zap! or Weirdo wrapped in plain brown paper (to give it that little extra patina of shame).

I miss those days.

Get Your Geek On @ 3 Local Conventions

 

One of the advantages of being a geek in a large city is the wonderful conventions in my own backyard. I admit it. I am a con addict. I have been going to fandom conventions since 1984 and will probably still be going when I have to incorporate my walker into my cosplay. During March and April, I have three opportunities to get my geek on with one comic/scifi/fantasy convention and two anime conventions in town.

 

 

 

59 Years of Peanuts!

October 2nd, 1950 was an important day in American history. On this date, Charles Schulz published his first Peanuts comic strip. As most people are familiar, the comic strip continued to run until the death of Charles Schulz in February 2000. 

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