Yup, you read that correctly – FREE comic book day is almost here! On Saturday, May 5, Dr. No’s Comics & Games store in Marietta will participate in the yearly “Free Comic Book Day” event. Stop by the store anytime on Saturday to pick up a free comic book from one of the many different publishers who support this day, including DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Bongo, Image, and many more. There will be comic books available for all ages, so the whole family is encouraged to come out and celebrate the event with Dr. No’s. The store will be open regular hours from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Not only will you get a free comic at this event, but Dr. No’s is hosting four comic industry legends: Mark Bagley, Paul Jenkins, Joseph Michael Linsner, and Tom Feister! They will be at the store from noon until 2 p.m. If a free comic book and visiting with comic book greats isn’t enticing enough for you, there will also be superhero models sponsored by Rogue Hair Studio from noon until 2 p.m. Rogue (Amanda Zimmerman), Black Canary (Laura Jorgensen), Byarkuren (Sarah Bryant), and hair studio owner Melissa Meacham as her fabulous self (and possibly Batwoman) will be hanging out, rockin’ rockstar hair, and modeling! There will be giveaways and photos opportunities as well.
Free Comic Book Day happens on the first Saturday in May each year as participating comic book shops around the world give away comic books absolutely FREE to anyone who visits there store. (Check with your local comic book shop for participation and rules.)
A little bit about the comic industry legends:
Mark Bagley has worked as an artist for Marvel Comics on The Amazing Spider-Man, Thunderbolts, New Warriors, and Ultimate Spider-Man; and for DC Comics on Trinity, Batman, and Justice League of America. Since 2011, Bagley has worked on Return to Ultimate Spider-Man, Brilliant, and the recently announced Avengers Assemble.
Paul Jenkins is a writer, who has primarily worked for Marvel Comics. He has worked on Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, DC Comics’ Vertigo and Hellblazer, Marvel Comics’ Werewolf by Night, and the Marvel Knights series Inhuman, which won him an Eisner Award. Starting in 2000, Jenkins was a regular writer for The Incredible Hulk and The Spectacular Spider-Man.
Joseph Michael Linsner is a comic book writer, artist, & colorist for his mature-audiences work, Dawn. Linsner got into mainstream comic drawing with the cover of a Justice League Quarterly. He has worked with Marvel Comics for Killraven, Mystique, and Wolverine-Black Cat. He has also done comic book cover art for Image Comics, Topps Comics, and Dark Horse Comics among others.
Tom Feister is an illustrator and comic book artist who has worked for Cartoon Network, Marvel Comics, Devil’s Due Publishing, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Turner Studios, WildStorm Publishing, and many others. He worked on Wildstorm Publishing’s Ex-Machina, which was recognized with multiple Eisner Award nominations and won the 2005 Eisner Award for Best New Series.
Dr. No’s Comics & Games
3428 Canton Road
Marietta, GA 30066
Rogue Hair Studio
9425 Highway 92, Suite 118
Woodstock, GA 30188
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