You will believe a dog can fly!
South-Central Pennsylvania's Ultra-Hip Pop Culture Mecca™! Since its founding in 1988 by local fans Ned Senft and Bill Wahl, Comix Connection™ has served the Pennsylvania comic-reading community for over 28 years. From its humble beginnings in the old York Book Emporium in downtown York to its current globe-straddling locations on White Street in York and on the Carlisle Pike in Mechanicsburg, Comix Connection™ has always provided the very best in customer service, selection of neat stuff and attention to detail. Visit us today! Questions? Comments? Call or Email us! Of course, all images are © and ™ their respective copyright and trademark holders! No matter where you go, there you are.
In the DC comics of the 1950's Batman suffers a broken leg, and to enable him protect the good people of Gotham City, The 'Batmobile' is devised. Robin, his trusty side kick is shown building the car whilst the superhero recuperates- A boy-wonder indeed.Can anybody verify this?
WONDER WOMAN #5, which was previously slated to feature the final chapter of the 5-part story "Who Is Wonder Woman," will feature a new story when it arrives in stores on March 14.
This new story is by Will Pfeifer (CATWOMAN, AMAZONS ATTACK), with art by Jean Diaz, Geraldo Borges and Wellington Diaz and a cover by Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson. In it, Wonder Woman learns that a new women's movement has begun, inspired by her killing of Max Lord - and leaving Diana torn between the good intentions of the movement and the validation it gives her violent act. Worse yet, she's ordered to investigate a possible connection between Wonder Woman and this movement by Sarge Steel and the department of Metahuman Affairs!
Chapter five of "Who Is Wonder Woman" will be rescheduled at a future date.
Also, orders for the WONDER WOMAN: WHO IS WONDER WOMAN? HC have been cancelled. This title will be resolicited at a future date.
I recently got this email and photo from our old pal Charlie Roberts of his wife Joan "Toots" Roberts and a friend...
Kids Love Comics Day Comic Book Contest
Are you an aspiring cartoonist? Do you have an idea that you know would make a great comic book? Kids Love Comics Day at Whitaker Center is your chance to get your work published!
What to do:
Bring a one-page sample (4 or more panels) of your story idea , along with a one-paragraph description of the rest of the story to Kids Love Comics Day at Whitaker Center on March 3rd 10am-3pm, AMP Grand Lobby (admission is free).
How the contest works:
Kids Love Comics members will review all submissions within 4 weeks and name winners in two categories:
Ages 13 & up
Ages 12 & under
One winner in each category will be contacted and announced on the Kids Love Comics website.
Winners will receive:
Kids Love Comics will publish one winning book in both categories, printing 100 copies of each book, and giving them to the winner to do sell or distribute as he or she wishes.
The winning books will debut at the Baltimore Comic-Con (September 8th & 9th). Winners are invited to appear at the Kids Love Comics booth and do a book signing at that show.
Winners will also have the opportunity to appear in the upcoming documentary Pure Imagination, which tells the story of where cartoonists get their ideas.
Nuts & bolts:
-Completed stories cannot exceed 8 pages.
-Only original material will be considered. No established and copyrighted stories or characters can be accepted (for example, we cannot publish a Superman or Spiderman comic, even if the story is original).
-Material should be all-age appropriate.
-Winning stories will be printed in black & white with a color cover.
-Winners will be responsible for their own transportation and costs to attend Baltimore Comic-Con. (Attendance at Baltimore Comic-con is not mandatory).
-Creators will retain all rights. Kids Love Comics will make no claims to copyright of stories or characters.
This is one of my favorite comics:
"PHANTASMON THE TERRIBLE AND HIS ALIEOG-LABOIDS VS. FLY MAN & FLY GIRL"
"Behold... Lightning-bolts... crashing out of my nostrils!"
Ned sent me a link to this awesome YouTube video... SPIDER-MAN for REAL!
THE DARK TOWER: GUNSLINGER BORN RELEASE PARTY that Comix Connection is participating in is ONLY HAPPENING AT OUR MECHANICSBURG LOCATION!
...until the fabulous Stephen King's Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born Midnight Release Event!
Just wanted to let you know that we're doing a "mini-tour" of PA:
On Saturday, February 17, we'll be playing a show at Small's on 2nd Street in Harrisburg as part of the big Millennium Music Conference, with Death by Sexy, a really first-rate new rock band from DC: