Free Comic Book Day at Alter Ego Comics

Leroy Wright
May 5, 2018

In honor of Free Comic Book Day, the library is hosting an array of activities for local children and teens.

Pialba Place centre manager Rachel Mackey said to dress up as your favourite superhero, villain, movie or TV personality.

Comiczone at 81 Barrack Street is the sole Perth comic book store participating in the day.

On Saturday, comic book shops around the world will celebrate Free Comic Book Day, an annual event created in 2002 to celebrate the comic book medium and bring customers to local comic shops. "This event is the ideal opportunity to discover a giant community of like-minded pop culture fans", Ashton Greenwood, Free Comic Book Day spokesperson, said in a news release.

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Frequently film tie-ins have helped push publicity to Free Comic Book Day.

"Kids aren't necessarily gravitating towards comics these days", Mang said.

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The event is scheduled to run from 10 5 p.m. Free titles will include: "DC Super Hero Girls", "Avengers", "Riverdale", "Infinity Watch", "Doctor Who", "Overwatch", "Lady Mechanika", "Invader Zim", "Barrier", "James Bond", "Bob's Burgers", "Lovecraft", "SpongeBob", and "Power Rangers".

Enjoy Comics will offer comic book grab bags with other surprises on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last, along with prize giveaways.

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