Friday Poll! Yays & Nays of Free Comic Book Day 2014

Friday Poll! Yays & Nays of Free Comic Book Day 2014

Free Comic Book Day! It's not for a while yet, but most (all?) of the available titles have been released. Do you know where your Local Comic Shop is? Do you know which titles they'll be getting in? Register your preferences now, let proprietors know what to order. This is also the perfect time to

Free Comic Book Day! It’s not for a while yet, but most (all?) of the available titles have been released. Do you know where your Local Comic Shop is? Do you know which titles they’ll be getting in? Register your preferences now, let proprietors know what to order. This is also the perfect time to make plans with friends and family–set aside May 3rd, 2014, the day when you get to give your nearest and dearest a peek into the world of (mostly American) comics, for free. Nice!

But here at WWAC, all we want to know is: which of these free books are you looking forward to the most?

For a change, you get three picks. Three! Oh, we’re generous.

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On the other hand… Do any of these books actively offend you? Bore you? What don’t you like, is the focus.  Tell us why in comments.

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  • Shane Berryhill
    January 25, 2014, 8:28 pm

    Thanks, Claire. The first five issue miniseries is a lock, at any rate. I hope you dig it and will help spread the word so we can tell more stories 🙂 Cheers, -Shane

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    • Claire Napier@Shane Berryhill
      January 26, 2014, 2:17 pm

      My deep investment in each of the relevant genres will ensure my feelings are made very clear. Wanna do an interview once the comics are out?

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  • Shane Berryhill
    January 24, 2014, 10:21 am

    Hello, Megan, Claire, and everyone else. In SHERWOOD, TEXAS (modern reimagining of the Robin Hood legend), I’ve tried to write Maria (our ‘Maid Marian’) Ms. Willis (loosely based on former Texas Gov., Ann Richards), and Rosa (loosely based on Rebecca of Ivanhoe) as real people rather than objects. I hope you’ll take a look at the series as a whole and judge for yourselves. Thank you for championing the cause of comics. Best wishes, Shane Berryhill
    SHERWOOD, TEXAS releases FCBD 2014
    http://www.freecomicbookday.com/Home/1/1/27/1042?stockItemID=STK634422

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  • Claire Napier
    January 17, 2014, 12:28 pm

    D’you know what I think that free comic books need on their covers in order to fool prospective customers into taking them home?

    Emphasised breasts on blank-faced women #foolproof

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