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Sidekick Girl @ Austin Books

Austin Books & Comics: Sidekick Store mascot Sidekick Girl is rocking yet another FCBD!

Captain America, The Falcon & The Wasp team up

With owner Carr D’Angelo at Earth-2 Comics

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Chris Moreno signs at Collector’s Paradise!

image45Chris Moreno signs copies of his graphic novel WORTH and does sketches for fans at Collector’s Paradise’s Pasadena, CA location.

Repping The Bat

Diego getting his face painted with the Bat-symbol thanks to Clementine at Mission Comics.

Harley and the Scarecrow!

Rob Worley with Scratch9 at Earth-2 in Sherman Oaks , CA

Sketch Time

Mission Comics hosting local comic artists Amin Amat and Kati Prescott.

Scarecrow and Harley Quinn at Earth-2 Comics

Check out these two enthusiastic cosplayers!

Earth-2 Sherman Oaks

Rob Worley with Scratch9 at Earth-2 in Sherman Oaks , CA

Wield The Shield

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)

Recent Comments

  • Eric Lee: I still have never gone to Marvel Mania. I remember as a kid seeing it being under construction. Flash...
  • Dimo1: Looks like Bart Sears Spider-Man in the second pic.
  • Ev: Marvel should open this now. It could rival McD’s now that they are such mainstream darlings!
  • Andrew: That fill-in’s the SIlver Surfer.
  • Mike: Cover is Lim and Koblish, I think first 3 pages are Ringo, 4 and 6 are Chuck Wojtkiewicz, and 5 is Steven...
  • J-So: @David: Dunno, who decided on super-popular Shuma Gorath to be in Marvel vs. Capcom?
  • David: Ah yes. Finally. All of Marvel’s big villains on one page. Magneto! Loki! Venom! Dr. Doom! Galactus!...
  • Zach: Awesome. Cover is Ron Lim, right? And interiors are ‘Ringo?
  • Molly Bode: Mark also did a mural in remembrance of Frank Frazetta. He painted it with James O’Barr. It is on...
  • No Way: I hit stores from Kalamazoo to Saginaw dressed as Rorschach. Had a blast. Even got some FCBD stuff coming...

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