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Down in San Francisco’s Mission District at Mission: Comics and Art, Neysa was spreading some Free Comic Book Day cheer by way of a little face painting. Comics reader Chantal wanted Finn drawn on her cheek, and was stoked with the results.
A selfie with Isotope’s FCBD “security staff.”
Comics wunderkind Aidan Hernacki doing sketches today at Isotope.
Plenty of free swag still up for grabs at Isotope!
DJ Bearzbub supplying the tunes at Isotope Comics.
Diego getting his face painted with the Bat-symbol thanks to Clementine at Mission Comics.
Mission Comics hosting local comic artists Amin Amat and Kati Prescott.
San Francisco’s Mission Comics shop owner Leef Smith getting in on the fun with the store’s Captain America photo contest. (Winner gets that Cap omnibus over his shoulder)
Just a few blocks away from San Francisco’s Mission Comics is Mark Bode, Stan 153, and Cuba’s tribute to Moebius in the city’s famed Clarion Alley. The mural has been up for nearly two whole years, and actually extended to the next quadrant over. The other part of the piece was painted over to make space for another mural.
Nobu and his mom Susie very happy with their FCBD haul at Comix Experience.
A couple youngsters leafing through this year’s FCBD selections at San Francisco’s Comix Experience.
Doug manning the register at Comix Experience in San Francisco.
We’re still playing catch-up with more FCBD photos. Here’s a few snap-shots from various stores in and around San Jose, CA/ South Bay Area: Hijinx Comics, Black Cat Comics, Heroes, and Illusive Comics & Games. Illusive being the store in which writer James Robinson came to sign comics and chop it up with fans.
Black Cat Comics in Milpitas, CA
A youngster discovering Irredeemable at Heroes in Campbell