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Since: 10.12.01
From: #yqr

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Anyone ever check this out? I've only ever been once and only after everything was well picked over, but I am thinking of heading out tomorrow (today, by the time most of you read this). Any recommendations?

Also - and apologies to anyone who follows me on FB and Twitter and Tumblr and has seen this multiple times already - but a comics artist I like is giving away digital copies of everything he's ever made for FCBD. Go get it here http://ryanestrada.com/fcbd/ and read The Bear From The Bear And The Beach From The Beach - I got the original artwork as part of a Kickstarter deal a year or two back.



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The ones I'm heading out for today are
Secret Wars #0
All new- All Different Avengers
TMNT Prelude to Vengence
And Sonic/ Megaman Worlds Unite.

I hear that the Wonderland comic is really good. If they have that I might pick it up also



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Since FCBD is always on Kentucky Derby weekend I've only been able to attend on the actual day once. I'm hoping the shop I frequent was able to save me a copy of Divergence from DC and the Valiant anniversary special.



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My friend picked me up Secret Wars and Convergence. The only story I liked out of the two was Marvel vs. Titans. Which is sad.



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Since: 26.3.03
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All-New All-Different Avengers was good. (That's pretty much all I've read from my stack.) It's a nice tease for the post-Secret Wars MU.



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I'm sad/mad that I missed out on Fight Club 2 #1.
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Since: 10.12.01
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I largely don't give a hoot for superheroes so I stuck mostly to funny ones and ones where I was all "well, I don't know what this is about," except for where I didn't do that at all. Specifically I got:
- the aforementioned Fight Club
- The Tick
- Bob's Burgers
- Captain Canuck
- Comics Festival!
- Super Mutant Magic Academy which if you flip it over has a bunch of Kate Beaton comics
- Hip-Hop Family Tree
- some LCBDF thing that appeared to mostly be about the gay dude from Archie

I have read none of these yet. Gotta finish off some library books first.

I also bought a few graphic novels and the new Calvin & Hobbes collection of strips I already owned in other books and a Simpsons action figure (Buzz Aldrin) to go with my other Simpsons action figures (Bret Hart, Penn & Teller, Weird Al, Leonard Nimoy).

I am an adult.



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