It’s Free Comic Book Day 2013!

fcbd13blogFree Comic Book Day, the annual day when participating comic book shops across North America and around the world give away comic books absolutely FREE to anyone who comes into their stores. And, as I’ve done for years, I’m participating with my own FCBD offering!

Free-for-All! #2 is a jointly-produced sampler comic with my friend and KC-based comic artist Mike Sullivan. It showcases our respective weekly online comic projects (Mike’s “There’s Something Happening in Crawford, KS” and my own “Watusi the talking dog”). I’ll be distributing copies at Lawrence’s Astrokitty Comics & More (15 E. 7th St., Lawrence, KS 66044), where I’ll be doing sketches from 2-5; Mike will be doing the same at Pop Culture Comix (9337 W. 87Th Street, Overland Park, KS, 66212). If you’re out and about, stop in and say hi, get some free comics, and maybe even a sketch…

Can’t make it to either of those venues? Then this is your lucky weekend! On May 4th-5th you can take your pick of either of these free downloadable .pdf editions. Just click and enjoy!

  • The printer-friendly version: duplex print your own copy!
  • The e-reader version: direct page reading order for your PC or tablet!

Any day is a great day to read comics, but Free Comic Book Day is an especially good one; thanks for making this site one of your stops!

[May 2022 UPDATE: a .pdf version of this issue (still FREE) is available from my Gumroad store!]

2 thoughts on “It’s Free Comic Book Day 2013!

    1. That’s right! The Watusi section features a webcomic primer, giving a tease of the storylines to date, including the epic Mystery Mutt/Teebo conflict (that was a fun one to write & draw)!

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