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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Announcing Comix Connection's 24TH Anniversary Sales Event!

THIS JUST IN:

24th Anniversary Sale
On Saturday, February 25th from 10AM - 9PM and Sunday the 26th from 12Noon - 5PM
EVERYTHING IN BOTH STORES
24% OFF!

(except unbagged new comics and Gift Cards)


BONUS YORK STORE ONLY APPEARANCES:

SATURDAY FROM 12Noon - 3PM
for chat and autographs

JESSICA EPPLEY, AUTHOR - Jessica is from York, PA and has a Liberal Arts degree from Penn State. Currently she is earning her BA in English at UMUC online. She has been writing since she was old enough to pick up a pen and finally self-published her first novel Back Alleys in 2003. Years later, The Book of Siavon was born. The series will include at least four novels with a possibility of more.

DIRK SHEARER, ILLUSTRATOR
- Dirk has done work for: FOX Broadcasting, Image Comics, Spencer’s Gifts, Pottery Barn, Lillian Vernon, York Wallcoverings, Ames True Temper, LSC Design, Martin Library of York, Fortress Publishing, Heywell Film Scripts, Evileye Books, Split Lip Webcomics

ANDREW GRIFFITH
- artist of IDW's TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE! (Issue Number 1 was just released!)

PLUS:


Star Wars costume characters of Garrison Carida of the 501st Legion
- bring your cameras and unopened action figures to donate to their children's charities!

For each action figure you donate to Garrison Carida, get FIVE FREE COMICS OUT OF THE BINS, YOUR CHOICE!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

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Monday, January 30, 2012

What Mike Hawthorne's up to

Our old pal artist Mike Hawthorne has been working on a secret project lately... and it looks AMAZING!

Check this out:


See more HERE!

I don't want to go all blithering fanboy on everyone, but Mike just keeps getting BETTER AND BETTER, doesn't he? Love it!

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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Non-sequitur Sunday



You're welcome!

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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Free STAR WARS toys to be given away at theaters!


Here's something cool:

Movie marketing just hit another plateau with a scheme that hearkens back to the Great Depression when theaters routinely offered incentives like free dishes and tableware to encourage attendance. For the opening weekend (February 10th to 12th) of the 3-D re-release of Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace AMC Theaters in conjunction with Lucasfilm and Hasbro, will be offering a free, all-new Hasbro Star Wars Fighter Pod with the purchase of each Real 3D ticket at AMC theaters (limit one per ticket while supplies last).

Read all about it HERE on ICV2's website. COOL!

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Friday, January 27, 2012

Many thanks to the fine folks at DARK HORSE COMICS

Not to bore you all with the nuts and bolts of running a couple of comic shops, but as most of you know, I am the "ORDER GUY"... I do all the physical ordering of the comics and stuff that shows up on Comix Connection's shelves every Wednesday, and EVERY ONCE IN A GREAT WHILE I make an error. I know, crazy, right? Who would have thought that Bill isn't perfect?


Anyway, to cut to the chase - when I was ordering Dark Horse Comics' BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SEASON 9 #4, I only ordered one of the two alternate covers! I have no idea why I didn't order both as I have for many many many previous issues, but to compound the error I blew the orders for both stores! When the comic arrived, we realized that some folks wanted both covers and we had none of the GEORGES JEANTY artwork covers! Strangely, when we tried to reorder copies through our distributor we kept receiving copies of the STEVE MORRIS art covers, which we already had!


Rabid Buffy fans were nipping at our heels! What could we do? In desperation, I turned to the publisher Dark Horse Comics and emailed their retailer liaison, Patrick Richardson. Patrick immediately stepped into the breach and found some copies to send us to fill the lists of our disappointed box holders, thus solving the problem immediately and making many people very happy! And for that effort, I say, from all of us here at Comix Connection:

"THANK YOU VERY MUCH, PATRICK! THANK YOU DARK HORSE COMICS"

And to everyone else, I would like to add

"BUY MORE DARK HORSE COMIC BOOKS!"

because they care enough to make sure everyone gets what they want! That's the kind of publisher we love to support! THANKS!

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

OK, here you go

EVERY DOCTOR WHO EPISODE EVER:



You're welcome.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Wednesday Highlights 01/25/12

Hey everyone! Check out this short list of cool stuff hitting the shelves at Comix Connection TODAY:

-AQUAMAN #5


ARCHIE #629 (ARCHIE MEETS KISS PART 3)



AVATAR LAST AIRBENDER VOL 01 PROMISE PART 1

-BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #5

-CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BUCKY #626




DARK SHADOWS #3

-DEADPOOL #49.1


DOCTOR WHO RED DALEK TALKING PLUSH

-FANTASTIC FOUR #602

-GAME OF THRONES #5



HAWKMAN BY GEOFF JOHNS OMNIBUS HARDCOVER VOL 01

-INFESTATION 2 #1



JUSTICE LEAGUE #5

-KING CONAN PHOENIX ON THE SWORD #1 (OF 4)




MANARA LIBRARY HARDCOVER VOL 02



NAUGHTY & NICE GOOD GIRL ART OF BRUCE TIMM

-RED SKULL INCARNATE COLLECTED SOFTCOVER

-SECRET AVENGERS #21.1

-TAROT WITCH OF THE BLACK ROSE #72

-TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES ONGOING #6




TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE ONGOING #1

-WALKING DEAD #93

-X-MEN LEGACY #261


And of course... MUCH MUCH MORE! C'mon in and see for yourself!

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

DC NATION via Aardman!


From the folks who brought you WALLACE & GROMMIT:


DC Nation - Aardman by redruger
Too cool!

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Monday, January 23, 2012

Dark Shadows!

OK, now this is looking better:


Johnny Depp as DARK SHADOWS' Barnabas Collins

More HERE at the ICV2 site...

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Sunday, January 22, 2012

The basics


Sometimes the simple things are the best. HERE'S a list of the Five Best Toys Of All Time.

(Although I would add BALL to that list.)

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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Best Star Wars episode EVER!

Check this out! In 2009 Star Wars Uncut tasked people with the fun job of recreating 15 second pieces of the first Star Wars movie, using any means and methods at their disposal... and this is the result... the entire movie STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE as a crazy patchwork quilt of awesome fun:



It's over two hours long, so make some popcorn!

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Friday, January 20, 2012

OK, now I feel old


I just ran across this item over at the ICV2 website:

Wizards of the Coast will reprint limited premium versions of the original Advanced Dungeons & Dragons rulebooks by Gary Gygax to help support the Gygax Memorial Fund. The new editions will be released in limited quantities exclusively for the hobby channel on April 17, 2012. They’ll include the original art and content with new cover designs commemorating the re-release.

Has it really been 35 years? That picture above is the very first edition of DUNGEONS & DRAGONS. I remember having this later version:


Whatever happened to Guillaime Landwaster? Good times!

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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Dear Faithful Comix Connection Box Holders


It has come to our attention that in this era of ever-changing technology that we may not have your current phone number on file. Please keep this information updated with us so that we can contact you should you happen to run a little late or if there is ever a question about your order or if you win a prize or if you leave your wallet on the counter. We will NEVER bother you with junk calls or sell your number to any telemarketer. We just want to be able to get in touch with you should the need arise. Thanks for your help!

You will all shortly receive a note like this in your box:


Don't be frightened, just give us your current phone number and we will file it safely away! THANKS!

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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Wednesday Highlights 01/18/12

Here's a smattering (?!) of cool stuff lining the shelves at Comix Connection this week:

-AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #678



AVENGERS #21

-BATMAN #5

-BETTIE PAGE IN DANGER #1

CLASSIC MARVEL FIGURE COLLECTION MAGAZINE #164 CLASSIC CAPTAIN MARVEL, #165 PHOTON



DC SUPERHERO FIGURE COLLECTION MAGAZINE #98 ANIMAL MAN, #99 SUPERBOY, SPECIAL CLAYFACE


-DISNEY FAIRIES VOL 07 TINKER BELL PERFECT FAIRY




DOCTOR WHO TIME LORD PSYCHIC CONTAINER

-GHOSTBUSTERS ONGOING #5




HALO FALL OF REACH INVASION #1


-LORD OF THE JUNGLE #1



SONIC UNIVERSE #36

-ULTIMATE COMICS SPIDER-MAN #6

-UNCANNY X-FORCE #20

-UNCANNY X-MEN #5

-WONDER WOMAN #5


and of course much, much more! Stop in and see for yourself!

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

I literally got nuttin'

What with the orders for March (with all the FREE COMIC BOOK DAY COMICS!) due in a week or so, I'm kinda crunched for time, so here's a funny picture:


That's it for now! Keep those cards and letters coming! Oh, and get your January PREVIEWS \orders in ASAP!

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Monday, January 16, 2012

More AVENGERS VS. X-MEN goodness!

Via the ICV2 website:


Cool beans! Which side are you on?

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Sunday fun

Here you go:



See, fun!

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Saturday, January 14, 2012

What Women Like Part 5

Welcome back, folks, for the latest part of "What Women Like (to Read)!"

I said "bat-website" yesterday, didn't I? Well then, what better place to start than with a bat? And as we were just speaking of things that are old-that-is-new, we'll begin with the newly returned and revamped Batwoman!

Kathy Kane was originally introduced as the Batwoman in the 1950s in response to the Comics Code Authority. She was wiped out of existence during Crisis, and no Batwoman had been seen since...until Kate Kane picked up the cowl in 52, and made the character -- at least in my opinion -- infinitely cooler and more interesting than she had ever been before. Far more than being a flaky love interest for Bruce/Bats, this Batwoman stands entirely on her own two feet, and has no interest in playing in Batman's sandbox. She'll stay out of his way, so long as he does the same. And she plays her mission well: her first outing pitted her against the Religion of Crime, and led to some interesting questions regarding her personal history, too. Like any good Bat, Kate has her demons to face, but not every Bat gets to face them with such lovely artwork. Batwoman is a book that is presented in two different style at one time -- basically, one for Kate in her civilian life, and one for her tights -- and the dichotomy meshes beautifully.


(Plus, if you're a fan of The Question, and you've been, well, questioning whether or not Renee Montoya is going to be around after the relaunch, there's no better place to wait for her than here. So far there's been just a photograph/cameo, but as Kate's "one that got away," Renee is sure to show up eventually.)

You can grab the first Batwoman trade, the Elegy collection from back when she was headlining Detective Comics, or you can jump right in to the new series that launched when DC restarted their universe*. Either way, you're in for some lovely, fascinating, twisty-turning storytelling full of sharp action and delightful creepiness.

(*Said restart, incidentally, also brought back a brand new Catwoman, Birds of Prey, Batgirl -- featuring Barbara Gordon back in the cape! -- and a really fascinating new take on Wonder Woman that you don't want to miss, if you're looking for some other good DC heroines.)

Speaking of things that are delightfully creepy, have you heard about Rachel Rising? This is the new series by Terry Moore, of Strangers in Paradise fame. He finished up his first science fiction comic, Echo (which is available in an excellent complete collection, incidentally -- I highly recommend it!), and is now trying his hand at horror. I have to say, the book may have just begun, but so far he's succeeding brilliantly!


The story starts out with Rachel crawling out of her own grave, a shallow hole in the middle of the woods, with no idea of who put her there -- or even awareness that she's dead! It just moves on from there, dabbling with possession and murder and reanimating corpses, all rounded out by one of Moore's usual fascinating, eccentric casts. I may not be entirely sure who everyone is yet, or how they're all going to tie together, but there's not a one of them that doesn't already fascinate me. (And, of course, if you're not already a fan of Moore's beautiful lines, you are missing some beautiful artwork. Beautiful, and hilarious! Nobody draws people -- especially women -- the way Moore does, or with more entertaining facial expressions.) At this point, there's no way to tell where this story is going to go, but I think I can be confident in assuring you that whatever twists it takes, you're going to enjoy following along!

Another beautiful book that deals with the dead and the undead is Hotwire. This is brand new, old-school SciFi action, with a heavy dose of creepy thrown in. Hotwire was an idea originally conceived by Warren Ellis and artist Steve Pugh back in 1992, but the company that had commissioned the project folded and the story got shelved. The idea was too catchy for Pugh to ever abandon though, and Radical recently provided him with the chance to finally bring it to light -- and what a light it is! Blue-light, in fact; that's what the people of this future world call the creatures infesting their city. They're actually ghosts, or something very much like that; the story goes that, "fifty years ago, the dead stopped departing, and the blue-light ghosts began drifting into cities all over the world." It's Alice's job to catch these ethereal creatures before they can become menaces and convince them to Rest In Peace...whether they want to or not! And she's very good at her job.


Almost as good as Pugh himself, who's doing all the writing and art chores himself, and what a fantastic job he's doing! (Although don't worry True Believers, you can see the, shall we say, "ghost" of Ellis shining through.) Every page is exquisitely painted, with the world and its inhabitants both rendered in elegant detail. This book is beautiful enough to make me run out of superlatives, so let's just leave it at this: pretty art, sci-fi ghosts, great story. Go read it...or Alice will come kick your butt. The collection of the first volume is out now, and the second story coming soon, so now is the perfect time to immerse yourself in this world of blue-light ghosts and ghouls.


Now let's say we want something a little bit less creepy, with fewer re-animated corpses and brutal murders, though. Something, perhaps, for the kids to read.

Well, get ready to set sail into one of the best comics you'll ever find, because Ted Naifeh, creator of creepy, cutesy Courtney Crumrin, has a new heroine: Peg Pringle or, as she soon comes to be known, Polly the Queen of the Pirates! Because it turns out that proper, demure little Peg isn't just another inhabitant of Miss Lovejoy's boarding school, oh no; she is the daughter of the late, great Pirate Queen, and now it's up to Polly to take up her mother's mantle, find the treasure, teach some manners to the crew, and outwit the bad guys -- all before curfew. Polly and the Pirates is one of the most adorably illustrated, entertaining stories I've read in ages, and I recommend it not just to kids, but to anyone who likes a rollicking adventure story with a side helping of petticoats and proper manners--because not all little girls grow up to be princesses. Some of them luck out, and grow up to be pirates, instead!

And, even more exciting news: the long-awaited Volume Two of Polly's adventures will be out soon! Don't miss it...or any of these other great reads! And remember, if we're ever sold out of anything you want, your friendly neighborhood Counter Monkey will always be happy to order it for you. Enjoy your reading!

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Friday, January 13, 2012

What Women Like Part 4

Well it's a new year, so it's time for a new list of Suggested Reading! As long-time followers of us here at the Comix Connection Blog will recall, this sort of (often long-winded and rambling!) assemblage of comic book recommendations by myself focuses on books that are specifically selected to appeal to those ladies who may not be especially familiar with comic books...but, nine times out of ten, these are just good books, and I do think you'll all enjoy them, whether you're a guy, a girl, an androgynous alien, android, or anything in between!

To start off, let me update some things from the last list: First off, let's revisit Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which has not only just started Season Nine (which is off to a great start, incidentally -- what do you do when all the magic's gone?), but has also branched off into the brand new series, Angel and Faith, starring -- well, do I really have to spell it out? That's right, not only is Season Nine going to be too big for just one Slayer, it's too big for just one book! Of course, with the massive aftermath of Season Eight to clean up--from Willow's powers to Giles's life -- is that really any surprise? Nope. So check it out!


Then of course, there's The Walking Dead. Anyone watching the new series on TV? Well, if you haven't checked out the comic book yet, now is the time to do so, because it just keeps on getting better. And of course, I would be remiss if I didn't point out another first for this survival comic-turned-television-hit: Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor came out a little while ago, and it is Robert Kirkman's first prose novel! Kirkman teamed up with acclaimed thriller writer Jay Bonansinga to bring us the backstory of The Walking Dead's most sadistic, fascinating villain to date -- the Governor -- and for all of you show fans who are behind on the comic's continuity, take my word for it: once he shows up, you won't forget him in a hurry! So check out Rise and, again, now is the time to start reading the comic if you aren't, yet...issue 100 is coming, and it's sure to be a doozy!


Fables is about to have a tie-in/spin-off as well, although this one is a comic book, rather than a prose novel: Fairest will be out soon, and will be written by Bill Willingham, too, with Phil Jimenez on the art-chores. They'll be joined eventually by Lauren Beukes, Chris Roberson, and some of the best artists in the business. Adam Hughes is doing the covers, because who else could capture these beauties? This series will explore the secret backstories of Fabletown's fairest ladies: Snow White, Rose Red, Thumbelina, Rapunzel, Cinderella, and many more. The first arc will focus on Briar Rose, so if anyone was wondering what happened after the Sleeping Beauty was stolen by goblins...here's where you'll get to find out!

The world of Bill Willingham's Fables just keeps on getting bigger. Volume Sixteen just came out, wherein the members of the Fables community decide that their last-ditch effort to survive their newest threat needs something they've never had before...a team of super heroes! That's right. And it was all Pinocchio's idea. Because the War with the Adversary is well-over, but that doesn't mean these fairytale refugees safe. In fact, according to Willingham himself, the end of that dire war just means that the prelude is finally out of the way, and the real story can start at last.That's right, there were eighty issues of prelude. You know a story has to be good when it's that epic!


Anyway, how would you like to hear about some brand new stuff?

First up, let's talk about The Unwritten. This one is written (or unwritten -- ha!) by Mike Carey, whom you may be familiar with from Lucifer or Crossing Midnight, both series that I tend to babble about excitedly. Well, The Unwritten is no exception; it's every bit as exceptional as everything else Carey creates. The premise this time is all about stories, and the telling thereof. In the world of The Unwritten (which is very, very much like our own), there are a series of books about Tommy Taylor, a young bespectacled wizard, whose adventures form a bestselling series (sound familiar?). The author of the Taylor novels has a son named Tom, who very much hates being mistaken for his fictional alter-ego, but now his dad has disappeared and the world starts to get a bit weird. Turns out Tom might be Tommy after all...or he might not even exist...or maybe he's a weapon that his dad created in order to fight the literati that control the world by telling (and tweaking, and terminating) stories.

Whatever the truth turns out to be, it's sure to be exquisite, because the ride has been an amazing one so far. Between the messianic cult that's sprung up to worship him, the gullet of the white whale he's fallen down, Frankenstein's enigmatic creature, the magical flying cat, the girl who may or may not be real, and his stalker who's alternately a crazed fan and a megalomaniacal vampire, Tom has more than enough to deal with before he gets arrested for murder, let alone after! You won't think about stories -- or the world we describe with them, or the people they make us into--the same way ever again.


Speaking of stories, if you enjoy those of the literary variety, or have any interest in history (or both), then you absolutely have to check out Hark! A Vagrant, a brilliant new collection of hilarious, madcap comic strips about everything from Ben Franklin to Jane Austin and Tesla to Shakespeare, and every bit of humor, commentary, and comedy you can squeeze in in between. There are style-conscious Vikings, Canadian heroes, and heads on pikes. Plus, Hark! A Vagrant comes highly recommended to you by not one, but two Counter Monkeys--Nicky and Joe!--both of whom quite actually cackled with unrestrained glee when they got their grubby little hands* on it at last!

(*Note: Counter Monkeys' hands are not actually grubby. Your comics are safe.)

Speaking of literary associations...how about Sherlock Holmes? Anyone a fan of Arthur Conan Doyle's adventurous detective? I know I am, and I've been enjoying all the appearances of Sherlock in comics lately (even Victorian Undead, surprisingly...Sherlock Holmes meets up with zombies and vampires, check it out, it was actually quite good!). However I have to say, my favorite Sherlockian comic doesn't even feature Sherlock, not exactly. The detective in this case is named Simon Archard, and he's even more acerbic and socially disinterested than Sherlock, but just as genius at the science of deduction. He even has a Watson, although in this case, Watson's name is Emma Bishop, and she gets quite put-out at being referred to as a mere assistant rather than a partner. Of course, with the writing being handled by Mark Waid, you know you're going to get snappy dialogue and scathing repartee, and you get that in spades.


Now, if that all sounds familiar, don't worry, it should...Ruse was originally published ten years ago by Crossgen, who then went bankrupt and disappeared. Marvel now has the rights to their books, and is starting to tease things out with little mini-series to see what people are interested in seeing return. Ruse works brilliantly; the original writer is back (that Mark guy I mentioned), and this time he gets to tell the story exactly how he wanted to: no magic, just logic and deduction and sarcasm. Oh, and brilliance -- did I mention that part?

While we're on the subject of brilliance, and speaking about Crossgen, let me beg your indulgence while I get way, way too excited about these next two books. Again, we're dealing with four-issue mini-series from Marvel, this time books called Sigil and Mystic, although they're a little bit different from their original inception. Same basic premise, but...

We'll start with Sigil. The book begins in North Carolina with an ordinary high school girl named Samantha Rey who has a strange birthmark on her chest and a recently-deceased mother. Her normal life ends when the sigil on her chest lights up and drags her into the middle of a seventeenth century fight with pirates. She finds out that her mom was a combatant in an inter-dimensional, time travel war, and now Sam is, too! The story is written by Mike Carey and drawn by Leonard Kirk, both of whom rank as Personal Favorites in my book, so you know it has to be good -- and it really, really is! Check this book out, because it is the epitome of storytelling, and with any luck, it's just the beginning of Sam's adventures, and Carey and Kirk's story.


And then we have Mystic, a book where my initial apathetic lack of interest turned into full-blown adoration before I'd even finished reading the first preview! This book is good. It's been described (by me, much to Joe's amusement) as a medley of "Cinderella and Les Miserables as an action-adventure story with magic." It starts with two orphan girls in a steampunk-type world where only the nobility are allowed to learn magic. These two waifs run away to the castle looking for jobs, and one of them is accidentally invited to join the magical apprentices; while the other gets banished to the streets, where she gets caught up in the working-class revolution to overthrow said nobility, which now includes her best friend. And, again, these four issues are -- hopefully -- just the beginning!


All three of the first Crossgen minis have now been collected into graphic novels, so if you missed them the first time around, you can jump on board now and prepare yourself for a brand new kind of everything-old-is-new-again comic book adventure.

That ends today's lecture, students, but stay tuned, because there are plenty more books still to be talked about...so come back tomorrow: same bat-time, same bat-website!

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Thursday, January 12, 2012

The FINAL TALLY - Comix Connection Holiday Food Drive 2011


(When IS National Talk Like a 1940s Newsboy Day anyway?)

Well folks, YOU'VE DONE IT! During the Comix Connection Holiday Food Drive 2011, you guys and gals have managed to donate OVER THREE THOUSAND POUNDS of food to the York Rescue Mission and the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank! Take a bow, everyone! THANKS!

The last batch of food gathered for the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank was 484 POUNDS, which when added to the previous TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE POUNDS brings the Grand Total to a staggering THREE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-NINE POUND OF FOOD DONATED!


To celebrate that huge pile of donated goodies, we've pulled the names of three more people out of the box at each store and are awarding them each a Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate! Way to go!

Comix Connection - York:

Darren Wildasin - Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate
Cain Zimmerman - Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate
Aaron Kickhoff - Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate

Comix Connection - Mechanicsburg:

James Potteiger - Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate
Stan Tychinski - Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate
Jesse McCauslin - Ten Dollar Comix Connection Gift Certificate

Again, thanks to all who donated... I think you've made a difference! Keep your eyes peeled for the next Comix Connection Food Drive!

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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Wednesday Highlights 01/11/12

Here's the latest bumper crop of delectable pop culture goodies found on the shelves at Comix Connection this week:


ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN Hardcover Book

-AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #677

-BATMAN AND ROBIN #5



BATMAN THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS Hardcover Book

-BRILLIANT #2

-CAPTAIN AMERICA #7



DARK TOWER GUNSLINGER BATTLE OF TULL Hardcover Book


FANBOY MAKE YOUR OWN COMIC BOOK KIT



INVINCIBLE VOL 15 GET SMART

-MEGA MAN #9

-NEW AVENGERS #20

-PC CAST HOUSE OF NIGHT #3

-SCARLET SPIDER #1



SPIDER-MAN EYES 16OZ PUB GLASS


-STAR WARS KNIGHTS OF THE OLD REPUBLIC WAR #1



SUPERMAN 52 SYMBOL T-SHIRT

-TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE ONGOING #1

-WOLVERINE #300

-X-MEN LEGACY #260.1


and still more not shown. Come on in and check it ALL out!

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