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Free Comic Book Day to give away comics in Glendale

One-day event takes place in Historic Downtown

Posted 5/3/22

Drawn to Comics, downtown Glendale’s source for comic books, gaming, and collectibles, will be giving away comics in celebration of Free Comic Book Day.

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THINGS TO DO

Free Comic Book Day to give away comics in Glendale

One-day event takes place in Historic Downtown

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Drawn To Comics, downtown Glendale’s source for comic books, gaming, and collectibles, will be giving away comics in celebration of Free Comic Book Day.

Activities for all ages will take place Saturday, May 7 inside the Velma Teague Library, 7010 N. 58th Ave., and outside in the surrounding Murphy Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as well as inside the Drawn To Comics store located across the street, 5801 W. Glendale Ave.,  from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Enjoy local artists, crafts, games, cosplay, and, of course, free comics.

Meet select comic book artists and vendors both inside the library and outside in Murphy Park. Guests include Livio Ramondelli, Mike Debalfo, Doc Vaughn, Marissa Pope, Andy Vogel, Jose A. Guillen, Russ Kazmierczak, Adonnis Blake, Andy Carreon, Albert Morales, David Quiroz Jr., Birdie Birdashaw, Sean Sautter, Joe Newcomer, and Kevin Ciapparelli.

Comics will be offered on a first come, first served basis and while supplies last. Enjoy select vendors, cosplay, and a free quick-craft offered to kids of all ages, while supplies last.

Dating back to 2002, Free Comic Book Day is an annual event held the first Saturday in May, during which participating comic book specialty shops across North America and around the world give away exclusive comic books for free to showcase the industry. For the past decade, Drawn To Comics has created a local festival that attracts more than 2000 fans.

Contact Ken Brown at 623-847-9090 or info@drawntocomics.com.

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