New Comics Shipping Wednesday, August 29.

August 25, 2007

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It’s here…

August 20, 2007

Okay, it’s that time of year again. You’re back to school and now it’s time to stock up on the things you really need. That’s why we’re, once again, having the

VON’S COMICS

BACK 2 SCHOOL SALE

ALL GRAPHIC NOVELS AND

TRADE PAPERBACKS:

BUY 2, GET A 3RD FREE!!!

ALL BACK ISSUES:

BUY 3, GET A 4TH FREE!!!

So get in here and stock up on the essentials while you can.

Sale ends Sunday, August 26.

Free item must be of equal or lesser value. Sale does not apply to items already on hold. Subscriber discount does not apply.


New Comics Shipping Wednesday, August 22.

August 19, 2007

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Captain America sketches.

August 16, 2007

Brian and Paul got a couple of sketches done at Wizard World Chicago this year.  Here they are, both of Captain America.  Click on the thumbnails for a larger look.


Sketch by Jim Mahfood.


Sketch by Phil Hester.


Indie Comics

August 16, 2007

by Paul Shelton

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While at Wizard World Chicago I decided to pick up anything that looked interesting in the way of independent comics. My conditions were pretty stringent:

It had to be 5 dollars or under.
The art couldn’t be derivative of any of the “Big Guys”
A pretty girl at the booth didn’t hurt things

Anyway here we go

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Time to pick up your comics!

August 15, 2007

Just a friendly reminder that while we do get our comics on Wednesday mornings, and we are open at 9am, we cannot sell you any new comics until after we have checked them in and pulled for all of our subscribers. We are usually done around 11am. So stop in anytime after that. Thanks!


Wizard World Chicago Con Report

August 15, 2007

by Paul S.

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So we, Brian and I, went to Wizard World Chicago this year. It was a pretty awesome experience, especially since the focus at this con is definitely comics. Here are some of the highlights.

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