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Sunday, September 07, 2008

TUESDAY in Mechanicsburg - The Stephen King Midnight Release Party!

OK, Comix Connection - York had their fun yesterday with the Brian Keene's DEVIL SLAYER debut party and sale, and now it's Comix Connection - Mechanicsburg's turn!


Stop in the Mechanicsburg store to participate in our THIRD special Midnight Release Party for Stephen King's latest comic adaptations of DARK TOWER: TREACHERY, plus Stephen King's THE STAND: CAPTAIN TRIPS, both of which will be offered for sale on Tuesday night, September 9th (at 12:01 AM Wednesday Morning, September 10th)


-->There will also be a 20% OFF EVERYTHING IN THE ENTIRE STORE SALE from 9PM until 1AM (FOUR HOURS ONLY),

-->BONUS: There will be prize drawings for special Variant Cover comics, like the above "MIDNIGHT OPENING VARIANT"! WOOT!

-->And Goldenberg's Peanut Chews!

See you all there!

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At 9/07/2008 3:38 PM, Blogger stymieresh said...

OK, so I don't know the original books all that well, and I'm confused. I thought the next part of the Gunslinger thing was The Long Road Home. I got the first book and really enjoyed it. Would love to keep reading...

At 9/07/2008 4:29 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

First series - Gunslinger Born
Second series - Long Road Home
Third series - Treachery


At 9/07/2008 9:09 PM, Blogger stymieresh said...

Dowp! So I missed the second one. Hey, is Lee still doing the artwork?

At 9/08/2008 6:29 AM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Yep, same creative team as the first one. It ran from March to July 2008, so I assume the hardcover collected edition will appear shortly. A softcover will come a couple months after that.

See what happens when you only come in three times a year?

(Sorry, couldn't resist stymieresh!)


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