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HEROES HEADS TO BALTIMORE :: OCTOBER 28-30!

October 20, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: EVENTS, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, Looking Ahead, NEWS, Now Read This!, On the Road, Other Events

HEROES IS HEADING TO BALTIMORE COMIC-CON OCTOBER 28-30!

The Baltimore Comic-Con will be held at the:

Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Show Hours:
Friday: 1pm-7pm
Saturday: 10am-7pm
Sunday: 10am-5pm

Kids 10 and under get in FREE with a paying adult

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HEROES HEADS TO ATLANTA THIS WEEKEND!

October 07, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: EVENTS, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, NEWS, Now Read This!, On the Road, Other Events, Out and About

THE HEROES CREW IS HEADING TO ATLANTA THIS WEEKEND FOR THE ATLANTA COMIC CONVENTION

Sunday, October 9
11AM-5PM

The Atlanta Comic Convention will be held at the:
Marriott Hotel-Century Center
2000 Century Blvd
Atlanta, Ga 30345

Admission: $5.00
Parking: $8.00

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ON THE ROAD :: ROCK HILL VINTAGE COMIC & TOY SHOW!

August 23, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: DISCUSS, EVENTS, Feast Your Eyes, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, Looking Ahead, NEWS, Now Read This!, On the Road, Other Events, Out and About

HAVE COMICS, WILL TRAVEL!

Shelton is heading to Rock Hill THIS WEEKEND! If you’re in the market for Vintage Comics, then don’t miss out on this weekend’s Rock Hill Show!

SATURDAY!

Saturday, September 3


ROCK HILL VINTAGE COMICS & TOY SHOW
Show Hours: 10AM-4PM
Admission: General Admission – $3.00
Kids 12 & Under FREE

HILTON GARDEN INN
650 Tinsley Way, Rock Hill, SC 29730


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Heroes Is ON THE ROAD

July 29, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: EVENTS, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, Looking Ahead, NEWS, Now Read This!, On the Road, Other Events, Out and About

Heroes is ON THE ROAD

Shelton and the Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find crew will be hitting the road for the next two weekends!
We hope to see you at one of these incredible shows!

THIS WEEKEND!

Saturday, July 30
Virginia Vintage Comics and Collectibles Show

Show hours: 10am-4pm
Admission: $3 (12 and under free)

1001 Roanoke Blvd, Salem, VA

NEXT WEEKEND!

Sunday, August 7
Charlotte Comicon

Show hours: 10am-5pm
Admission: $5 (12 and under free)

5400 John Q Hammons Dr. NW, Concord, NC 28027

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HERO INITIATIVE LIMITED EDITION :: OVERSTREET PRICE GUIDE VOL. 52 – FEATURING ART BY MIKE GRELL

July 15, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: Exclusives, Exclusives, Feast Your Eyes, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, NEWS, Now Read This!, Special Offers, Spotlight on New Releases, Vintage Comics

Overstreet HeroInitiative Vol 52 - Grell

Hero-Initiative Limited Edition

Overstreet Volume #52

Featuring Art by Mike Grell and Tom Ziuko

Hardcover Available at Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find
Starting on Wednesday, July 20th

$44.95

Please send an email to: HeroesArentHardToFind@gmail.com if you would like to reserve a copy,
or if you would like to order this item and have it shipped.

 

The following features content pulled directly from HeroInitiative.org:

[Los Angeles, California and Hunt Valley, Maryland] – Mike Grell, the prolific writer-artist who has long been associated with Green Arrow, has teamed the character with Batman and brought both of them to the cover of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #52’s exclusive Hero Initiative edition. The cover is colored by industry veteran Tom Ziuko.

Known for his early work on DC’s Legion of Super-Heroes, Grell created, wrote, and illustrated Warlord, and then his creator-owned series Starslayer and Jon Sable, Freelance. In 1987, he reinvigorated Green Arrow with the character-defining mini-series Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters and kicked off an 80-issue run on the ongoing series it spawned.

Gemstone Publishing and the Hero Initiative, the first 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to helping comic book creators in need, have teamed up every year since 2010 for the exclusive Hero Initiative limited edition of the GuideThe Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #52 goes on sale July 20, 2022.

As with past collaborations between Gemstone and Hero, this version will be available only in a special hardcover edition, limited to 500 copies. There will be no soft cover edition of this version, and it will retail for $44.95.

The Hero Initiative Edition of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #52 will be available at Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find starting on Wednesday, July 20, 2022.

“Since we launched the Hero Initiative edition of the Guide with CBPG #40, we’ve been honored to support this great charity and their incredibly worthy cause, helping comic creators in need. We’ve also been pleased to publish some truly wonderful covers from an impressive array of artists, all of whom have turned out inspirational work on Hero’s behalf. Mike Grell is now very deservedly a member of the great roster of Guide artists, and I suspect fans will be as excited by this one as I am,” said Steve Geppi, Chairman of Geppi Family Enterprises and President and CEO of Gemstone Publishing.

“As Steve mentioned, since The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #40 in 2010, Gemstone Publishing has produced the limited edition Hero Initiative exclusive version of the Guide, and each year it has played a tremendous role in our fundraising efforts. The commitment of Steve Geppi and company to Hero has been sustained for more than a decade and has included some of the best cover artists in the business illustrating some of the greatest characters. That has clearly continued this year with Mike Grell’s distinctive take on Green Arrow and Batman,” said Jim McLauchlin, Hero Initiative’s President.

Beginning with John Romita, Jr., Klaus Janson, and Dean White on CBPG #40, and continuing with John Romita, Sr., Tom Palmer, and Dean White (#41), Matt Wagner and Ryan Brown (#42), Terry Moore and Brian Miller (#43), Herb Trimpe, Tom Palmer, and Laura Martin (#44), Dave Johnson (#45), Dan Jurgens, Norm Rapmund, and Tanya Horie (#46), Rob Liefeld and Ivan Nunes (#47), Joe Jusko (#48), Alan Davis (#49), Kevin Nowlan (#50), and Joseph Michael Linsner (#51), the industry’s top talent have provided covers for the Hero Initiative fundraiser edition.

The standard editions of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #51 feature Butch Guice and Brian Miller’s powerful take on Winter Soldier, Aaron Lopresti’s inspired version of the EC Horror Hosts (with its tribute to EC publisher William M. Gaines), and J.G. Jones’ beautiful flashback to the Golden Age with The Black Terror. These are available in soft cover ($34.95) and hardcover ($44.95).

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About The Hero Initiative

The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Hero creates a financial safety net for yesterday’s creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. It’s a chance for all of us to give back something to the people who have given us so much enjoyment. Hero is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) charity. The Hero Initiative Limited Edition Hardcover version of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #52 is scheduled to go on sale Wednesday, July 20 through the Hero Initiative web store and at a limited number of Hero affiliate retailer stores, including Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find. This version will be available in hardcover only and is limited to 500 copies. The retail price is $44.95.

About Gemstone Publishing

Best known as the home of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide, Gemstone Publishing was formed by Geppi Family Enterprises Chairman Stephen A. Geppi as a conduit for his efforts in preserving and promoting the history of the comics medium. Gemstone’s product line includes The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide To Lost UniversesThe Overstreet Guide To Grading ComicsThe Overstreet Guide To Collecting Comics, and The Overstreet Price Guide To Star Wars Collectibles, among others, Gemstone also publishes Scoop, a free weekly e-newsletter which looks inside the world of pop culture with a focus on auctions, toys, comics, posters, art and anything and everything pop culture.

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TASCHEN + MARVEL ENTERTAINMENT Launches AVENGERS Vol. 1 1963–1965 – Created with photos from Shelton’s personal collection!

July 13, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: Comics Industry, DISCUSS, Exclusives, Feast Your Eyes, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, NEWS, Now Read This!, Special Offers, This Just In, Vintage Comics, Where Do I Start?

AVENGERS-BOOK

TASCHEN and Marvel Entertainment Announce ‘The Marvel Comics Library’;

AVENGERS Vol. 1. 1963–1965

Famous First Edition: First printing of 5,000 numbered copies

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes!

Assembling the definitive Marvel Age Avengers anthology

By early 1963 the foundations of the Marvel Universe had been laid. Following the introduction of the Fantastic Four in 1961 came the amazing (Spider-Man), the astonishing (Ant-Man), the strange (Doctor, that is), the incredible (Hulk), the invincible (Iron Man) and the mighty (Thor). Still, Marvel editor in chief Stan Lee realized something was missing. “I was writing these characters and I thought it would fun to put them together in a team,” he recalled. So Lee and artist Jack Kirby assembled Iron Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Thor, and the Hulk to create the Avengers.

Right away it was clear this team was different. If the Fantastic Four were family, then the Avengers were the co-workers you didn’t choose. Not everyone got along—the Hulk fought with everyone—but working together they could defeat the baddest of Marvel’s bad guys, like Loki, Kang the Conqueror, the Masters of Evil, and Immortus. The lineup was ever changing: The Hulk departed, Captain America joined, and Ant-Man grew up to become Giant-Man. Then, remarkably, villains Hawkeye, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Witch became heroes—and Avengers—and the group’s founding members shockingly departed, leaving Captain America to lead the newly-minted heroes.

Relive the classic early adventures of Avengers Nos. 1–20 in an XXL-sized edition that’s bigger than the Hulk’s fist, weightier than Thor’s hammer, and with more extras than Iron Man’s armor. TASCHEN has attempted to create an ideal representation of these books as they were produced at the time of publication. The most pristine pedigreed comics have been cracked open and photographed for reproduction in close collaboration with Marvel and the Certified Guaranty Company. Each page has then been digitally remastered using modern retouching techniques to correct problems with the era’s inexpensive, imperfect printing—as if hot off of a world-class 1960s printing press.

Accompanying the stories are an original foreword by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and an in-depth history by the Eisner Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek that’s illustrated with original art, little-seen photographs, and rare documents. This mighty collection about Earth’s Mightiest Heroes is worthy of Tony Stark’s library—or yours.

Also available in a Collector’s Edition of 1,000 numbered copies.

The author:
Kurt Busiek
 has been writing comic books since 1982. He has written several series for Marvel, including The Avengers, and won acclaim for his work on the four-issue miniseries Marvels. In 1995 he launched his own super hero multiverse with his series Astro City.

The contributing author:
Kevin Feige, President, Marvel Studios, and Chief Creative Officer, Marvel, has been the driving creative force behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is a hands-on producer, responsible for all 23 interconnected feature films in the MCU.

The artists:
Stan Lee (1922–2018) is known to millions as the man whose super heroes propelled Marvel to its preeminent position in the comic book industry. His co-creations include Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and hundreds of others. While the Chairman Emeritus of Marvel, he was also the Chief Creative Officer of POW! Entertainment, where he created numerous new characters and stories in areas including publishing, film, TV reality, stage, documentary, and multimedia.

Jack Kirby (1917–1994) was one of comics’ most legendary and prolific artists whose notable co-creations include Captain America, Avengers, X-Men, Incredible Hulk, Ant-Man, S.H.I.E.L.D., and Thor.

Marvel Comics Library. Avengers. Vol. 1. 1963–1965
Famous First Edition: First printing of 5,000 numbered copies
Kurt BusiekKevin FeigeStan LeeJack Kirby

Edition: English

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ABOUT THE SERIES:

TASCHEN’s extra-large format, close in size to the original artworks, reveal startling new details in the work of Marvel’s most acclaimed artists. For each title in the series, the most pristine pedigreed comics (from the collection of our own SHELTON DRUM!) have been cracked open for reproduction in close collaboration with Marvel and the Certified Guaranty Company. Rather than recolor the original production artwork (as has been done in previous decades’ reprints of classic comics), TASCHEN has attempted to create an ideal representation of these books as they were produced at the time of publication. Beginning with high grade, top-quality comics sourced with the assistance of the CGC, super-high-resolution photographs of each page were made as printed more than half a century ago, using modern retouching techniques to correct problems with the era’s inexpensive, imperfect printing. This included improved and balanced ink densities and color matching, proper registration of the four-color printing and correction of thick/thin lines resulting from the flexible plates “smudging.” The end result is a finished product — as if hot off a world-class printing press produced without economic or time-pressure constraints – tailored for readers, fans, artists and collectors alike.

Each volume features an essay by a comic book historian alongside hundreds of photos and artifacts. The books use three different paper stocks, including an uncoated and wood-free paper exclusively developed for this series that simulates the feel of the original comics.

The first 5,000 copies of AVENGERS Vol. 1 will be numbered and released as a ‘Famous First Edition’. The book is also available as a Collector’s Edition, limited to 1,000 copies featuring an aluminum print cover tipped into a leatherette-bound spine, foil embossing, and housed in a slipcase. Each book is individually numbered. The inaugural purchase of the Collector’s Edition entitles the collector to the selection of a personal favorite number between 1 and 1,000 on a first-come-first-serve basis. This will also secure a preemptive right to reserve a copy with the identical edition number for all forthcoming Collector’s Edition titles in ‘The Marvel Comic Library’.

The next title in ‘The Marvel Comics Library’ series will be Fantastic Four. Vol. 1. 1961–1963 and Captain America, all scheduled for release in 2022 and 2023.

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Shelton granted exclusive and unprecedented access to some of his most prized and beloved comics, and art, to assist in the creation of this comics tome.

“Working with TASCHEN and the CGC on these books has been an honor. The finished product FAR EXCEEDS any pre-conceived expectations I may have held! I just opened the box with the book, and I know the word might be overused, but it is AMAZING! The production quality is awesome. I love it!”

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We have a few copies available for purchase in-store NOW, or you can pre-order your copy today!
Pre-Orders should be fulfilled by September 2022!

The Marvel Comics Library AVENGERS Vol. 1. 1963–1965
Hardcover, 11 x 15.6 in., 9.76 lb, 630 pages
US$ 200.00
Famous First Edition: First printing of 5,000 numbered copies

Shipping is an additional $20.00 if you are unable to pick up in store.

If you would like to Pre-Order your copy, please send an email to: HeroesArentHardToFind@gmail.com

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Also available in a Collector’s Edition of 1,000 numbered copies
Hardcover with ChromaLuxe aluminum print cover tipped into a leatherette-bound spine.
11 x 15.6 in., 15.18 lb, 630 pages, in a slipcase

Please inquire about availability.
US$ 600.00

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STAYING HEALTHY FOR THE HEROES CONVENTION :: MASKS RECOMMENDED IN STORE

May 20, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: DISCUSS, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, HeroesCon, NEWS, Now Read This!, Uncategorized

FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2021


HELP US MAKE IT TO HEROESCON!

We hope you are as excited as we are for the 40th Anniversary of the Heroes Convention, June 24 – 26 at the Charlotte Convention Center.

This year’s HeroesCon will be the largest we’ve ever hosted, and we look forward to seeing all of you there.

As we get closer to the event, we want to take a minute to talk about our store and convention covid safety recommendations.

Effective immediately, all store staff will be required to wear masks while in the store. We will not require customers to wear masks, but we kindly encourage all of our customers to wear them in the store right up through HeroesCon weekend. If you don’t have a mask, we will have some available. If you choose not to wear a mask in our store, we respect your choice, but ask that you practice social distancing around all other customers and staff. Covid numbers are unfortunately rising again in many places, including Charlotte. With many customers visiting our store each day from out of town, we want to ensure that everyone stays well. 

While you may be familiar with our store and convention, you may not realize that we have a small, dedicated staff of seven employees, three of whom comprise the core HeroesCon management team. It is essential that our entire staff continues to work all the way through HeroesCon in order to make this the convention we’ve all been anticipating.  We know that wearing masks can be hot and uncomfortable, especially in the summer, but we appreciate your help in our efforts to keep everyone healthy and working.

As of now, we are not requiring masks or proof of vaccination in order to attend the Heroes Convention. However, as in our store, we encourage all attendees to wear masks at the convention, even if you are vaccinated. There will be tens of thousands of people from all over the world converging on the Charlotte Convention Center next month, and we want everyone to remain healthy.

Thank you for your support, and for helping us continue to make HeroesCon America’s Favorite Comic Convention. 

Sincerely,

The staff of Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find and the Heroes Convention

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We encourage everyone to GET VACCINATED.
Here is a list of vaccination sites for the Charlotte and surrounding areas:

Atrium Health

Atrium Health Vaccination Events

CVS

Novant Health

Walgreens

Vaccine FAQ from the NCDHHS

 

CONTINUED SAFE SHOPPING GUIDELINES:

  • We will provide hand sanitizer for you to use upon entering and exiting the store.  
     
  • Please be respectful of social distance and personal space while in our store.
    That’s just common sense. Don’t crowd others while shopping, it’s creepy. 
     
  • Staff will continue to sanitize and wash our hands as often as possible.  
     
  • WE ASK THAT ANYONE WHO FEELS UNWELL TO PLEASE STAY HOME. (This includes our staff!)
    That is ALSO good common sense. If you feel unwell, STAY HOME!
     
  • WE CAN SHIP!!
    We can ship to anyone, anywhere! (Well, anywhere that USPS or UPS delivers…so maybe not SPACE??)
     
  • OUR HOURS:
    Monday-Tuesday & Thursday-Saturday: 10am-7pm

    Wednesday: 10am-9pm
    Sunday: 1pm-6pm 
     
  • Please follow us on social media (FacebookInstagramTwitter) or sign up for our Newsletter for regular updates!
    Please feel free to call us at 704-375-7462 or email us at HeroesArentHardToFind@gmail.com with any questions!

     

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We appreciate your business and continued support!

– Your Friends at HEROES AREN’T HARD TO FIND

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FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2022 :: Saturday, May 7

April 25, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: DISCUSS, EVENTS, Free Comic Book Day, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, NEWS, Now Read This!

2022

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY

SATURDAY, MAY 7 :: 10AM-7PM

By now we hope you all know that the Fantastic 40th Anniversary of HeroesCon is right around the corner, June 24 – 26 at the Charlotte Convention Center.

We’ve been working harder than ever to make the return of HeroesCon the exciting event that we’ve all missed the past few years. There are still dozens of amazing guests to announce, so make sure to purchase your three day passes today!

Before we get to the HeroesCon festivities, we’ll be hosting Free Comic Book Day on Saturday, May 7. The store will be open regular hours that day from 10am – 7pm. As with last year, we will have limited quantities available on the designated free comics.

This year’s FCBD titles are:

  • 10 TON PRESS PRESENTS 10 TON TALES
  • 25 YEARS OF BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER SPECIAL
  • AVATAR LAST AIRBENDER LEGEND OF KORRA
  • AVENGERS X-MEN #1
  • BARBARIC #1
  • BEST ARCHIE COMIC EVER #0
  • BEST OF 2000 AD ISSUE ZERO
  • BLOODBORNE #1
  • BONE ORCHARD MYTHOS PRELUDE
  • BUNNY MASK TALES
  • CARRIERS-BEORN-DRAGON WHISPERER
  • CLEMENTINE #1
  • DARK CRISIS SPECIAL EDITION #0 CVR A SAMPERE
  • DARK CRISIS SPECIAL EDITION #0 CVR B SAMPERE VIRGIN FOIL VAR
  • DAV PILKEY SAMPLER FEATURING DOG MAN
  • DC LEAGUE OF SUPER-PETS SPECIAL EDITION #1
  • DISNEY MASTERS DONALD DUCK & CO SPECIAL
  • DOCTOR WHO #1
  • ELECTRIC BLACK CHILDREN OF CAINE #0
  • ENEMIES BY SVETLANA CHMAKOVA
  • EQUILIBRIUM
  • FUZZY BASEBALL TRIPLE PLAY
  • GALAXY THE PRETTIEST STAR SPECIAL EDITION #1
  • HOLLOW #1 SPECIAL
  • INCAL UNIVERSE
  • IT WONT ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS SAMPLER
  • JONNA AND THE UNPOSSIBLE MONSTERS
  • KAIJU NO 8 & SAKAMOTO DAYS
  • MARVELS VOICES #1
  • MAX MEOW CAT ON STREET COMICS SPECTACULAR
  • NEVERLANDERS PREVIEW
  • NOTTINGHAM SPECIAL
  • OVERSTREET GUIDE TO COLLECTING
  • POKEMON JOURNEYS POKEMON ADVENTURES XY
  • PRIMOS #1
  • REALM OF BLUE MIST REMA CHRONICLES
  • RED SONJA MARVEL FEATURE STORIES
  • SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
  • SPIDER-MAN VENOM #1
  • STRANGER THINGS RESIDENT ALIEN
  • STREET FIGHTER MASTERS BLANKA #1
  • TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES
  • TEX IN LAND OF THE SEMINOLES
  • THE GUARDIAN OF FUKUSHIMA
  • THREE STOOGES CELEBRATION #1
  • TRESE
  • WANDANCE & BLACKGUARD SAMPLER
  • WINCHESTER MYSTERY HOUSE HUNDRED YEAR CURSE
  • YEAR OF VALIANT 2022 FCBD SP

If you are a reserve customer who would like to reserve any of these titles, please send an email to heroespulls@gmail.com by no later than Thursday, May 5.
We’ll do our best to fulfill each request, but please remember that quantities are very limited.

Everyone who comes into the store on that day will have the option of picking several different titles while supplies last. We’ll have staff on hand to help navigate the proceedings. As in years past, taking multiple copies of the same title will be prohibited. We’re happy to have Free Comic Book Day back in May again, but want to make sure we have comics for as many customers as possible. 

As per the updated Mecklenburg County mandate, we will NOT be requiring masks in the store for this event.
We still encourage social distancing, which remains a nice, neighborly practice for all of us to observe. As in years past, we may also limit the number of people in the store at a given time. This is done in part to keep what will certainly be a warm day from becoming too uncomfortable for the customers in our store.

Because of our continued work on HeroesCon, we will NOT be hosting any artists at our Free Comic Book Day event this year.
Our tiny staff is hard at work bringing the HeroesCon back, and this year will be our largest one yet! With hundreds of incredible artists in attendance in June, we will be working right up to the show to make it the 40th Anniversary HeroesCon that you have all been waiting for.

Free Comic Book Day will be lots of fun for everyone, and a great way to kick off HeroesCon season!

As always, we appreciate your enthusiasm and continued support!

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You can check out a preview of this year’s FCBD Books here: https://www.freecomicbookday.com/catalog

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HEROESCON FANTASTIC 40TH, JUNE 24-26 :: FEATURED GUEST LIST UPDATE!!

April 15, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: Comics Industry, DISCUSS, EVENTS, Feast Your Eyes, Guest List, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, HeroesCon, HeroesCon News, Looking Ahead, NEWS, Now Read This!

HeroesCon 2022

Featured Guests Updates!

CLAREMONT

We’re JUST GETTING STARTED with Featured Guest Announcements for the Fantastic 40th Anniversary Heroes Convention this June 24-26!

If you haven’t bought your tickets for this year’s show…what are you waiting for?!

Get your tickets TODAY!

2022-3-DAY-BUTTON

 

TODAY’S FEATURED GUEST ANNOUNCEMENTS INCLUDE:

CHRIS CLAREMONT | AA-TBA
Gambit, New Mutants, Uncanny X-Men, X-Men

JOSÉ LUÍS GARCIA-LÓPEZ | AA-TBA
Wonder Woman, Batman, Deadman, Twilight, Atari Force

JONATHAN HICKMAN | AA-TBA
House of X, Power of X, Dawn of X, Moon Knight: Black, White and Blood

KLAUS JANSON | AA-TBA
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Daredevil, Spider-Man

RICK LEONARDI | AA-TBA
Cloak and Dagger, X-Men, Spider-Man 2099

JOHN ROMITA JR. | FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE | AA-TBA
Amazing Spider-Man, Uncanny X-Men, Daredevil, World War Hulk

JIM STARLIN | AA-TBA
Batman, Captain Marvel, Dreadstar, Infinity Gauntlet, Adam Warlock

JIM STERANKO | AA-TBA
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., History of Comics, Prevue Magazine

ROY THOMAS | SATURDAY ONLY | AA-TBA
Wolverine, Carol Danvers, Morbius, Vision, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Black Knight

CHARLES VESS | AA-TBA
The Books of Earthsea, Stardust, The Book of Ballads and Sagas, Sandman

DAVID WALKER | AA-TBA
Bitter Root, Naomi, The Black Panther Party

LEE WEEKS | AA-TBA
Batman, Superman, Daredevil, Gambit, Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man

SKOTTIE YOUNG | AA-TBA
Middlewest, Bully Wars, I Hate Fairyland, Rocket Racoon, Fortunately the Milk, Oz

 

See the 2022 HeroesCon, FULL FEATURED GUEST LIST HERE!

We have a LOT of FEATURED GUEST Announcements still to make!! Stay tuned to our weekly Newsletter for updates!!

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HEROES HITS THE ROAD FOR TWO SHOWS THIS WEEKEND: BIG APPLE & CHARLOTTE COMICON!

March 22, 2022 By: Karla Southern Category: EVENTS, Heroes Aren't Hard To Find, Looking Ahead, NEWS, Now Read This!, On the Road, Other Events, Out and About

ON THE ROAD THIS WEEKEND - SPIDEY

ONE WEEKEND,
TWO GREAT SHOWS

 

SHELTON HEADS TO NYC!

BIG APPLE COMIC CON

The Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
481 8th Avenue at 34th St.
New York, NY 10001

Saturday, March 26: 10am – 7pm

BUY TICKETS:
General Admission – $30.00
VIP Early Admission (9am) – $80.00
Children Ages 10-14 – $15.00 
Kids 9 and under – FREE!

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SETH & KARLA HEAD TO CONCORD!

Charlotte Comicon logo

CHARLOTTE COMICON

will be held at the EMBASSY SUITES CONCORD * CHARLOTTE – CONCORD CONVENTION CENTER

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Sunday, March 27 from 10AM-5PM
Tickets are $5.00 for Adults
Kids 12 and Under = FREE

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