Tuesday, April 4, 2017


Doing some cleaning up around a comic book store some times results in some pretty cool finds. Finds that work out really well for YOU!

Thanks to the wonderful folks at Dark Horse comics we have 4 incredible Dark Horse packs to giveaway.

The Dark Horse Packs contain: 
-5 Dark Horse title postcards
-5 Dark Horse title mini posters
-1 I <3 Dark Horse sticker
-1 Dark Horse material patch
-1 Dark Horse sampler comic

To go into the draw for your chance to win one of these fantastic Dark Horse packs, all you need to do is comment "Whedon-verse, Hellboy, Aliens, Predator, Sin City, the list goes on and on. _____, I think you'd really like their stuff!" and fill the blank with a tag of the person you'd feel needs a little more Dark Horse Comics in their life and you'll be entered in the draw.

*Winning entries will also get a second copy of the sampler book and the I <3 Dark Horse sticker to give to the person they tagged.

Terms and Conditions:

-Only entries made via the comments on the Facebook post will be included in the draw.
-Entries will be "liked" by All Star to notify the comment have been entered in the draw,
-All entries will go into the All Star Barrel and winners will be drawn at random.
-Entries close 6pm Monday the 10th of April and winners will be announced Tuesday the 11th and notified soon after as to how to collect their prizes.

A huge thanks again to talented folks at Dark Horse Comics for their excellent selection of titles!


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