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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Comics for Kids!

Did you ever wonder which comics would be good to start kids out on? Did you ever wonder what is available for kids in all genres of comic books? Well wonder no more... now there's the website!

From the Diamond Comics website:

Diamond is pleased to announce the launch of a new website and comic shop locator aimed at directing kids and parents to kid-friendly comic shops across the United States and Canada.

The new site at features a variety of news, info, and fun activities on comics and graphic novels geared directly to kids ages 4 to 11 — and older fans who are kids at heart!

“The long-term success of the comic book industry lies with getting kids excited about the medium of comics and making it a contemporary choice alongside video games, online activities, movies, and books," said Dan Manser, Diamond’s Director of Marketing. “Our hope is that can help promote the comics medium to kids and help them and their parents find a comic shop that caters to their needs.”

Check it out, and if you have any questions, we'll be glad to help you out! Oh, and we will have PLENTY of kid-friendly comics available on Free Comic Book Day (Saturday, May 1st) of course, so you can start the little ones out absolutely FREE!

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At 3/17/2010 6:07 PM, Blogger Kevin said...

Comics for kids! What will they think of next?

At 3/17/2010 11:12 PM, Blogger SavageMouse said...

Looks like comics aren't just for grown-ups anymore.


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