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    Free Comic Book Day 2010 – It’s a Big ‘Un!

    By | December 31st, 2009
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    Finally, the press release for Free Comic Book Day 2010 has hit the web and begun it’s circulation. This year it seems like they are really pulling out some interesting stuff, taking a lot of heavy cues from the inherent success of last year. While last year we got a lot of great things (including a reprint of the first ever Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic!), this year looks to be a great year for bringing in new readers, with great things from all involved parties.

    Oh, and don’t forget our yearly Atomic Robo! Can I get a “yeah” in the house? Yeah!

    For the press release, jump behind the cut. Make sure you start asking your comic book people to hold you your books now, because if what I went through last year is any indication, this year may be even more difficult to get a hold of things.

    (BALTIMORE, MD) – (December 23, 2009) – From cool kids comics to the greatest super-hero fare, from classic reprints to the latest stories, it’s a wide spectrum of comics covered in the Gold and Silver comic books available for Free Comic Book Day 2010!

    The Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) Committee is pleased to announce the Gold and Silver Sponsors and their comic books for FCBD 2010, which will be held Saturday, May 1, 2010. Complete descriptions of all thirty-three FCBD titles can be found online now at www.freecomicbookday.com, and in the January issue of Diamond Comic Distributors’ PREVIEWS catalog, available on January 6th, 2010.

    Selected by retailers who serve on the FCBD Committee, this year’s roster of Gold and Silver Sponsors and their books include a comic book for everyone’s tastes:

    Gold Comic Books
    – Ape Entertainment: Kizoic Presents: Shrek and the Penguins of Madagascar
    – Archie Comics: Archie’s Summer Splash!
    – Archaia Entertainment: Mouse Guard/Fraggle Rock Flip Book
    – BOOM! Studios: Toy Story
    – Dark Horse Comics: Doctor Solar/Magnus: Robot Fighter
    – DC Comics: War of the Supermen #0
    – Drawn & Quarterly: YOW! The John Stanley Library
    – IDW Publishing: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #155-1/2
    – Image Comics: Fractured Fables
    – Marvel Comics: Iron Man/Thor

    Silver Comic Books
    – Archie Comics: Sonic The Hedgehog: Hide & Seek & Destroy!
    – Aspen MLT: Worlds of Aspen
    – Asylum Press: Fearless Dawn/Asylum Press Sampler
    – Bluewater Productions: S.E. Hinton’s/Fame
    – Bongo Comics: Bongo Comics Free For All
    – BOOM! Studios: Irredeemable #1
    – DC Comics: DC Kids Mega Sampler
    – Del Rey Comics: Del Rey Showcase
    – Dynamite Entertainment: Green Hornet #1
    – Fantagraphics Books: Weathercraft: A Frank Comic
    – Gemstone Publishing: The Overstreet Guide to Collecting Comics
    – IDW Publishing: Library of American Comics #0
    – Maerkle Press: Love and Capes #13
    – Marvel Comics: Iron Man:Supernova
    – New England Comics: The Tick #1 Special Edition
    – Oni Press: Oni Press Free-For-All
    – Oni Press: Sixth Gun #1
    – Radical Publishing: Radical: Bigger Books! Bigger Value!
    – Red 5 Comics: Atomic Robo and Friends
    – Storm Lion: Freedom Formula: Speed Metal Overtures
    – Th3rd World Studios: Stuff of Legend/Mortal Instruments
    – Top Shelf Productions: Owly & Friends
    – Top Cow Productions: Artifacts: First Look

    – Upper Deck: Upper Deck Marvel TCG Promo Pack
    – NECA/WizKids: Marvel Heroclix: War Machine Figure

    Matthew Meylikhov

    Once upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats. Then he became only one of those things. Now, if you listen really carefully at night, you may still hear from whispers on the wind a faint voice saying, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not as bad as everyone says it issss."