Free Comic Book Day

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Free Comic Day has collectors coming out in droves to Duluth comic stores

4 May 2014 | 4:12 am Duluth, MN ( – Whether you're reigniting your passion for the medium, or perhaps looking to finally into it, then the first Saturday of May was the day to do it.

Comic Lovers Celebrate Free Comic Book Day

4 May 2014 | 3:57 am JACKSON, Tenn. — A Jackson store has been in the comics business for 27 years, and Saturday fans lined up out the door for the big day. "The Venom comics – they're about Venom attacking his worst enemy ever – Spiderman," Kirk said.

Free Comic Book Day –

4 May 2014 | 3:56 am In the traditional story plot good versus evil… super hero enthusiasts and comic book collectors came out victorious.

Celebrating Free Comic Book Day at Mission: Comics and Art in San …

3 May 2014 | 9:45 pm I think that might be the best thing about Free Comic Book Day: the chance to get new, young readers into comics. In that, FCBD is an absolute success. photo2. The Guardians of the Galaxy and Mouse Guard books have …

Remember, It's Free Comic Book Day 2014 – Kotaku

3 May 2014 | 9:05 pm Every year, on the first Saturday in May, comic book creators and publishers collaborate with comic book stores around the world to give out free books to once and future fans. It's not too late to participate.

Team Fortress 2 Catch-Up Comic released as part of Free Comic …

3 May 2014 | 6:19 pm Valve has released an online-only Team Fortress digital comic aimed at catching folks up on the happens with the lore over the last seven years. It's all part of Free Comic Book Day. Valve is currently digitally publishing a free …

2013 Free Comic Book day The Walking Dead NM+ to NM+/MT (IMAGE) KIRKMAN

4 May 2014 | 4:03 am $2.99
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Free Comic book Day FCBD 2014 Set Of 56 Titles w/ Bonuses Marvel DC

4 May 2014 | 3:59 am $9.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Saturday May-10-2014 20:59:54 PDT
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4 May 2014 | 3:59 am $0.99 (0 Bids)
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Ultimate Spider-Man # 1 Free Comic Book Day Edition (Oct 2001, Marvel).

4 May 2014 | 3:28 am $0.75 (0 Bids)
End Date: Saturday May-10-2014 20:28:06 PDT
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UBERAlternate Nazi StoryMature Readers/Bloody2014 FCBD Free Comic Book Day

4 May 2014 | 3:14 am $5.55
End Date: Tuesday May-6-2014 20:14:08 PDT
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9 Responses to Free Comic Book Day

  • Anonymous says:

    Do They Have Free Manga For Free Comic Book Day? Hello, today is Free Comic Book Day and I was wondering if they have Manga for free as well.
    And also, what specifically is free on today?
    Thanks (=゚ω゚)ノ

  • Are You Read For The Greatest Nerd Shopping Day Of The Year? FREE COMIC BOOK DAY? Are you ready for free comic day?

    How many free comics do you plan to get tomorrow?

    What graphic novel, manga or comic are you hoping to get at a discount price or are hoping to find?

    Are you going to wear a comic tee Shirt tomorrow?

  • Chorle says:

    I Your Going To Free Comic Book Day This Saturday And Will You Cosplay In Line.?
    I types Are You and not sure how “I” replace Are

  • Anonymous says:

    Help With Japanese? I’m wanting to learn Japanese this summer. Now, this will be the only language, besides English, that I will be learning. I need help. though. I don’t know which site can give me free demonstrations on how to speak, read, and write in Japanese. I’ve also heard that there were different types of Japanese language. I just need help. Can anyone explain? Thanks.

    • Curator says:

      I think the best free site for learning Japanese is Tae Kim’s Guide to Learning Japanese (I’ve put the link under ‘Source’). It will teach you basic and advanced grammar with videos, comics, exercises and plain text. It’s all easy to read and easy to understand.

      However, I think it’s a bit lacking in vocab and kanji-explanation (which is nothing new; usually Japanese learners have to buy a separate book for kanji). I don’t know if there’s good website for learning kanji, but a book I found helpful is “Basic Kanji Book” vol 1&2 (Amazon link to the first one under Sources).

      A good free website for learning Japanese vocabulary (or any other language) is (third link under Sources will take you to the Japanese decks).

      I’m not sure what you mean by “different types”. There are three different writing systems (four if you include romaji): two sets of kana and the kanji characters (which look a lot scarier than they actually are). Then there are also different levels of politeness that you should know, but don’t worry, they’re all relatively easy to grasp.

      If this is your first foreign language, it’ll definitely not be easy and you might want to give up more than once. But don’t worry, that’s how everyone feels when they take up a challenge! Just take your time and don’t progress too fast. The good thing about Japanese is that a lot of people are learning it online (even here on Y!A you can see a lot of Japanese-themed questions), so you’ll definitely receive tons of help if you ask. 🙂

      Good luck, and have a good day!

  • Donteatsoap7 says:

    In Terms Of Comic Books, Do You Prefer Hard Copies Or Digital Copies? Why? I want to get into comics, but I’m not sure which one to purchase more of, physical or digital. Feel free to persuade me either way. 🙂

    • Curator says:

      I’ve been reading comics for 5 years and there are ups and downs to both of them.

      Pros of digital

      -you can buy the comic instantly without leaving the house or waiting for a few days

      -it’s often cheaper

      -you can carry more comics with you at once

      -if you break you device, all you need to do is sign into it on a different device

      cons to digital

      -harder to lend them to friends

      -you can’t sell it in a few years (depending on the comic, some can become really expensive and so if you don’t mind selling it you could make a few bucks)

      -can’t physically collect them (easier to amaze your friends if you have a box full of comics vs a phone or tab full)

      -you often have to zoom in and out if the text is to small (which it often is)

      -some comics uses both pages as one (like they’ll take a picture and spread it amongst to pages) and digital copies makes this confusing sometimes

      Pros to physical comics

      -You can share with your friends easier

      -you can sell them when you lose interest (if you lose interest) in them

      -pictures usually look nicer on paper

      cons of physical copies

      -if you break it, that’s it, you need to buy a new one

      -you can’t bring that many with you when you go places

      -you need to leave the house to go to your local comic book store or wait a few days if you buy it off line

      hope this all helps, and I hope I didn’t forget anything

  • Mik says:

    How Do You Become A Tattoo Apprentice? So I’ve walked into two tattoo shops asking about an apprenticeship, however they both have turned me down without even looking at my work. The first one said they already have one, which is understandable, and the second one didn’t really care to see my portfolio. I was really polite when I walked in and had a professional appearance as well. I do have a full sleeve as well as other tattoos of quality, and I do have several piercings as well. However, I’m more concerned about going to all the shops nearby and getting turned down due to something I may be doing wrong.

    I would have went to the gentleman that did my artwork however he has moved out of the state a long time ago. I know I have some skill, and I practice drawing every day. I attached some of my work, however I’m moreso looking for advice when it comes to approaching a tattoo artist about the question.

    • Curator says:

      It's shocking how many people walk in off the streets asking tattoo artist the same question you did, it takes years of artistic experience to be a good tattoo artist, the first thing you need to do is take an art class at college, draw as often as you can perfect every aspect of your drawing, everybody wants something different, you need to start a book of everything that you're capable of drawing, renting a chair in a tattoo shop is very expensive and unless you live in a major city with thousands of people making a living at this is very rare, that is why no one will even give you the time of day, it's hard enough for them to make an income, you will have to go to school, get better at what you do and maybe go in with some friends and start your own shop, there's also other things you can do with art, graphics,gaming, cartoons, comic books,numerous things. My friend owns a tattoo shop it's a hard way to make a living every day dozens of people come in offering their skin for free

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