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Thursday, July 28, 2011

River City Comic Expo & Card Show

Posted By on Thu, Jul 28, 2011 at 3:00 PM

Get out your wallets, geeks.
  • Get out your wallets, geeks.

All right, comic book and card collectors, here's some red meat for you: River City Comic & Card Expo is going to wipe out all your discretionary dollars for the month.

As you can probably see from the flier, the shindig takes place Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Sherwood Forest, 1111 W. Maryland in scenic Sherwood, and admission will only set you back three bones.

Look for tons of comics from all eras, graphic novels, movies, trade paperbacks, toys, games (board, console and video) and plenty of costumed geekery.

Guests include Mitch and Elizabeth Breitweiser, artists for several Marvel Comics titles, Charles Martin of Literati Press and Adam Smith and Matt Fox of Wet Black Ghost publishing. (You might also remember Fox from the Arkansas Times covers he's illustrated.

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