Sunday, May 4, 2014

May the 4th Be With You, Free COmic Book Day, more....

First of all, I want to wish all my nerdy friends a happy Star Wars Day! May the Fourth Be With You all!

I'm relaxing watching the Empire Strikes Back, so I'm going to keep it short, so Here's a few pictures from my Free Comic Book Day. Overall It's been a great weekend. Hope your's is as well.

Artist Jeffrey Veregge signing prints of his Judge Dredd cover art, which shoud be released IDW comics in the near future. Check out more of Jeffrey's Native/Comic Book themed art at, and be on the lookout for my interview with Jeffrey in the coming days! There might also be a prize involving one of these Judge Dredd prints. I'll keep you posted.

Sukotto by Indy comic artist Scott Adams. Check him out at Sukotto Studios! Be sure to find him on Twitter and Facebook too! Tell him I sent you.

 Here is the rest of the free comic books I scored yesterday. What Books did you pick up? Anything good? Does anyone want to write a guest review of any nice new titles they might have stumbled across, or just want to share their Free Comic Book Day experience? Contact me on Twitter or Facebook and we'll hook it up!

This was also something pretty cool we stumbled across on our FCBD adventures. Doctor Who fans will get it! Way too cool!
Then me and the crew ended the day checking out the Amazing Spider-Man 2. I really enjoyed it for the most part. I don't want to spoil anything for you if you haven't seen it, but I will say that the villains were kind of lame. I'd watch it again...For those of you who have seen it, what did you think?

The discussion also came up yesterday about setting up our own Comic Con here on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. We think we could draw enough of a crowd that it would be worth the effort and time. Besides, how cool would it be to have our own little yearly Con other than the Comic Book Swap Meet that we have on occasion? I think it's time to buckle down and get serious about this plan. If anyone else wants to get involved in the planning process, contact me! Let's do this. The area needs it, and we deserve it!

That's all for now. Watch for the Jeffrey Veregge interview and contest. Be sure to follow me on Twitter and the Comic Book Swap Meet page on Facebook, and spread the word!