Apr 152016
 

Captain America Road to WarCaptain America: Road to War #1 one shot

-Prep for Captain America:  Civil War with this lead-in one shot.

-Featuring the New Avengers cast from Age of Ultron, including Scarlet Witch, Vision, Falcon, and War Machine.

-Multiple stories feature different line-ups of the team members, each of which are the MCU versions of the characters.

-Read about the first adventure this version of the Avengers went on.

Dept H #1Dept H

-From creator Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT, Rai, The Valiant, Revolver) comes a new ongoing series for Dark Horse.

-A masterful writer and artist, Kindt provides both for this series.

-A crime mystery on an undersea research facility, Dept H blends all the best aspects of a detective show, Bioshock, and The Wake.

-When Mia, the investigator brought to the facility to solve a mystery, gets trapped underwater, how can she hope to escape and figure out what’s going on?

All New All Different Avengers v.1 tpbAll New All Different tpbs

-Many of the initial All New All Different Marvel relaunch series are dropping in trade paperback form this weekend.

-First up, the flagship Avengers title, All New All Different Avengers, has it’s first six issues plus shorts from the Free Comic Book Day issue published in a volume one TPB.

-Second, Captain America Sam Wilson v.1 tpb sees The Falcon take up Cap’s mantle in the face of national uncertainty.

-Finally, Contest of Champions v.1 tpb contains the first six issues of the series, finding multiple Marvel heroes transported to an alternate realm in order to battle each other.

I Hate Fairyland v.1 tpbI Hate Fairyland v.1 tpb

-Renowned for his popular, cutesy “Baby Variants” at Marvel, Skottie Young’s anything-but-cute series from Image receives it’s first trade.

-Written and illustrated by Young, I Hate Fairyland is not only hilarious, but great to look at.

-You know the story, a young girl is whisked into a fantasy land.  Except I Hate Fairyland is the violent, raunchy, filthiest version of that story you’ve ever read.

-Plus, the book is from Image Comics, so the trade is set at a reasonable price of $9.99!

Jul 132013
 

The Mysterious Strangers #1-2

1. If Charlie’s Angels, The Avengers (BBC version), and The Prisoner conceived a baby on a drunken night, nine months later The Mysterious Strangers would pop out!

2. You may have picked up the ENTIRE FIRST ISSUE of this series on Free Comic Book Day, but for those who didn’t issue #1 is being released again, along with issue #2.

3. If you didn’t pick up the issue, the book is a sixties period piece starring a team of adventures possessing a variety of unique powers control by their tattooed hands.

4. Chris Roberson has been on a roll lately with his pulpy runs on Masks and The Shadow, which makes him the perfect man to write a series so steeped in retro action!

Batman ’66 #1

1. HOLY BATUSI, BATMAN!!!!!!!

2. Speaking of retro action, the first original content starring the cast of the famous camp Batman television series of the 1960s, Batman ’66 celebrates the tradition of this wacky show!

3. Writer Jeff Parker (Dark Avengers, Agents of Atlas) brings his years and years of experience writing Golden Age style characters and story arcs to this nostalgic, humorous series.

4. All the punny insanity that you’ve come to expect from The Camp Crusader, Batman ’66 becomes a rare comedy series on a rack filled with dark, brooding characters.

Number Cruncher #1

1. Just your average undead archangel working for The Divine Calculator by bringing souls into the afterlife, The Number Cruncher is about to run into a snag.

2. If you think X-Men Legacy and X-Club are weird beyond belief (but in a good way), wait until you read Si Spurrier’s Number Cruncher.

3. Originally written for 2000 A.D., this series brims with dark, intelligent surrealism and a dabble of humor, too.

4. Spurrier may bring the unusual to his Marvel series, but it’s nothing compared to his unleashed talents on independent titles like Six Gun Gorilla and Number Cruncher.

Red Sonja #1

1. Cheesecake becomes girl power in the relaunched, Red Sonja #1!

2. Written by the comic industry’s ambassador for female creators, Gail Simone, Red Sonja finally receives the humanistic tone she has deserved for so long from a writer that isn’t a sleazy dude!

3. Storywise, Sonja is on a doomed quest, leading a failing army, all in order to pay back a debt that may cost her life.

4. To enhance the fem power of the series, Dynamite has assembled an impressive array of female talent to illustrated six different covers!  These artists include Amanda Conner (Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre), Fiona Staples (Saga), Jenny Frison (Revival covers), and more!

May 032013
 

The annual Free Comic Book Day event is at hand!

FCBD begins tomorrow at 10am, when doors open, and will commence until the end of the business day.  Everyone will be allowed to pick up three different books at maximum.  However, as we run a canned food drive alongside FCBD, every can or non-perishable item you bring in will gain you another book.

We will also be offering a range of sales on certain comic related merchandise.

-25% off Clothing and plush figures

-Comic Hardcovers will be at buy one get one 1/2 off

-25% off comic supplies (bags, boards, boxes, dividers, etc.)

-50% Comic Back Issues

-10% off comic trade paperbacks

May 062011
 
Free Comic Book Day Logo

Free Comic Book Day!

The Comics Themselves!! As you all know, FCBD is coming this Saturday from 10AM to midnite at the store. We will have a special selection of books to give out as always with one change this time.

We are allowing up to 3 books per person this year as we have before. Each additional book that you would like to pick up we ask for one canned good to be donated.

All donations will go to Lee’s Summit, MO Social Services and then will be doled out as necessary to any local food bank or charity as necessary.

Come celebrate FCBD with us and help us give a little back to the local community!

Now on to the Sale! In addition to picking up a nice selection of free comics this year, we will also be doing 25% off on all trade paperbacks and graphic novels. T-shirts and posters will be 20% off with statues and action figures at 15% off. Finally, back issues will be 50% off!

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Apr 242011
 
Come join Pulp Fiction on May 7th, 2011 for this year’s Free Comic Book Day event!

What’s FCBD?  Well, many of the top comic publishers release special edition FCBD issues of some of their hottest titles as a simple way to try out the world of comics.  If you want to get a look at some of the titles being released on FCBD (bar in mind, Pulp may not receive all of them) check out http://www.freecomicbookday.com/comics.asp.

Also, Pulp will be offering specific discounts on certain comic related items.  Check back often for information on the sales and other FCBD secrets.