Comic Book Show releases superheroes in North Texas
Superheroes never die. They have earned a place in the hearts of men and women for decades. Their valor—and hubris—make them personable, admirable, and even enviable. The recent string of Blockbuster movies has reignited the passion of old school comic book fans while new graphic novels and comics are reeling in the younger generation.
Come celebrate the evolution of comics and their fans at The North Texas Comic Book Show. The group is returning to Arlington for a one day event!
Explore thousands of comic books and collectibles. Get your hands on some of the latest releases from the hottest titles, as well as rare classics and limited edition comics. You can find plenty of cool décor and accents for your Dallas apartment’s entertainment space that express your unique interests and personality.
Guests will also have the opportunity to rub elbows with Ben Dunn, manga-style artist from titles like Robotech, Voltron, and Ninja High School. He will be available to answer your questions and show sneak peeks of his upcoming work.
Don’t miss the North Texas Comic Book Show on Sunday, April 1, 2012 from 9:30am to 5:00pm at the Hilton Hotel Arlington, 2401 East Lamar Blvd. Admission is free from opening to noon; after noon, admission is only $1 per person. It’s an awesome deal for a fun event.
If you come early, be sure to stick around for the prize drawings! Dozens of free prize giveaways will take place between 11:45 AM and 4:30 PM.
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