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CCP Comics artists sketching at Austin Books & Comics

Austin Books & Comics at 5002 N. Lamar Blvd. in Austin, TX. www.austinbooks.com http://www.austinbooks.com/

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As always, a great great venue for Free Comic Book Day! I got to the store around 7:30 and there was already a line. The set up was wonderful as always and the staff is the best in Austin. Got my free books, went inside to pick up some not so free comics and was met with fresh cookies and a warm smile. The store is spacious and even with the large crowd, it was easy to navigate the store and the great stock.

Two thumbs up to Austin Books and Comics for another great event and for the being THE best comic shop in Austin. (And be sure to visit the Sidekick Store down the block to get some great dollar comics. It was my second stop of the day and picked some nice additions to my collection.)

Phil K.

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