MUNCIE, INDIANA, NOVEMBER 28 –

Blockbuster movies, the most popular TV shows, and powerhouse characters known the world over all  have one thing in common: They were born in comic books and have been made popular through the work of artists, writers, and a dedicated group of fiercely independent small business owners. On Saturday, November 28, it’s time to shine the spotlight on comic book retailers, the fire-starters of pop culture. It’s time to celebrate Local Comic Shop Day!

Aw Yeah Comics is among the select group of comic shops making available unique and limited editions of the hottest new releases to exclusive hardcover versions of popular collections. On Saturday, November 28, coinciding with Small Business Saturday, Local Comic Shop Day makes it easy to shop for the comic book fan in your life.

Available exclusive products include:

Archie Comics:

Jughead #1 LCSD exclusive cover (750 copy limited edition) 

The Shield #1 LCSD exclusive cover (500 copy limited edition)

Hangman #1 LCSD exclusive cover

Black Mask Studios:

We Can Never Go Home LCSD Hard Cover Graphic Novel

Space Riders LCSD Hard Cover Graphic Novel

Secret Black Mask LCSD Box Set

BOOM! Studios:

Klaus #1 LSCD exclusive cover

Dark Horse Comics:

Call of Duty: Black Ops III #1

DC Comics:

Dark Knight III: Master Race – Dave Johnson LCSD exclusive cover

IDW Publishing:

“Disappearing Marty” LCSD exclusive cover of Back to the Future #1 (2,500 copy limited edition)

Image Comics:

Bitch Planet LCSD Hardcover Graphic Novel (750 copy limited edition)

Magnetic Press:

Luminae Limited Black and White Line Art Edition by Bengal (500 copy limited 

Marvel:

All-New Wolverine #1 Bengal Sketch LCSD exclusive cover (500 copy limited edition)

 All-New, All-Different Avengers #1 Marquez LCSD exclusive cover

ONI Press:

Invader Zim #1 exclusive cover

Rick and Morty #1 exclusive cover

Exodus: The Life After #1 exclusive cover

Valiant Entertainment:

Book of Death: The Fall of Harbinger #1 LCSD exclusive cover  (1000 copy edition)

Z2 Comics:

Welcome to Showside #1 Saltel Variant

Make sure to visit Aw Yeah Comics on Saturday, November 28 for the above items plus the author MARJORIE LIU will be signing her new comic book MONSTRESS from 2:30 to 4 PM! We will also have special sales including But one/get one free Dorbz, all statues 20% off, t-shirts for only $10.00, select action figures 40% off, $1 off all posters, and more!!!

 Local Comic Shop Day™ is a new event conceived and implemented by ComicsPRO comic book specialty retailers to call attention to locally owned independent comic book specialty stores, celebrating their unique and vital role in pop culture.

ComicsPRO is the only trade organization dedicated to the progress of direct market comic book retailers. The goals of ComicsPRO are to help direct market retailers speak with a single, strong voice on important industry issues, to provide educational and mentoring opportunities to current and future retailers, and to offer opportunities for retailers to reduce fixed costs. For more information about ComicsPRO, please visit www.comicspro.org.

Marjorie Liu is an attorney and New York Times bestselling author of over seventeen novels.  Her comic book work includes X-23, Black Widow, Dark Wolverine, and Astonishing X-Men, for which she was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for outstanding media images of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Her new book Monstress is set in an alternate 1900’s Asia and tells the story of a teenage girl who shares a mysterious psychic link with a monster of tremendous power - a connection that will transform them both, and make them the target of both human and otherworldly powers. 

Aw Yeah Comics is located at 107 N. High Street in beautiful Downtown Muncie, Indiana. Owned by comic book writers Mark Waid and Christina Blanch, the store aims to be a destination for comic book lovers where everyone is welcome and comfortable. The store has two floor of comic book goodness and is striving to be the pop culture hub for East Central Indiana. 

 

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