Our favorite time of year officially returned – Free Comic Book Day!
We hope you enjoyed the day as much as we did. Traditionally held on the first Saturday of May, Free Comic Book Day is a single day when participating comic book specialty shops across North America and around the world give away comic books absolutely free to anyone who comes into their shops. It’s the perfect chance for fans of all ages to dive into new titles and explore what their local comic shops have to offer!
This year’s FCBD brought a special installment of our bestselling medieval noir, Nottingham!
Author: David Hazan – Artist: Andrea Mutti – Letterer: Justin Birch
From visionary duo, writer David Hazan (Mad Cave Talent Search 2019) and artist Andrea Mutti (Maniac of New York), fans new and old can enjoy this special issue of Nottingham, which features a one-shot tale taking place on Christmas, 1192– right between the events of Nottingham Vol. 1 and Nottingham Vol. 2. And, in Free Comic Book Day tradition, this issue is completely free! If you missed out on grabbing this issue in stores, don’t miss a beat, and enjoy this issue digitally!
A Note from the author
“Nottingham has been so thrilling to write because we immediately eschewed all the markers of the original fairy tale. It’s not about a clash of heroes and villains. It’s a story about people with very human concerns and real choices to make, that connects to actual historical events. Moreover, it’s about our Sheriff, a man with all the privilege of his station, but none of the nobility, mired between clashing political forces, with a million-and-one dreadful choices to make before the dust settles.[…]I couldn’t have asked for a better team for this book and I can’t wait to surprise readers and challenge their preconceptions about characters they think they know so well.” – Writer, David Hazan
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