The Geek Inc. Comics Store Is Almost Open!


Well everyone, it’s finally that time!  The Geek Inc. Comics store is ready for you to get a look, and it’s going down this Friday, from 11-7 at 5654 Arlington Drive East, Hanover Park, IL 60133.  Right off of Lake Street a few blocks West of Gary Ave.  Come on by and check out our massive back issue selection, toys, t-shirts, buttons, statues, rare collectible comics, and gaming tournaments.  Don’t miss out on your chance to be the first through the doors!

Now, I know what you’re thinking.  Will there be free comics?  Of course there will be free comics!  Everyone who walks through the door gets a free comic book!  But what about if you purchase something?  Well then you get another free comic!  And how about if you enter one of the gaming tournaments?  Yup, another free comic! Oh, but what if you ask really nicely?  Yup, you guessed it.  Another free comic!  That’s right, we’re giving away free comics like crazy, so help us clear out thousands of comics by coming in and getting yours!

So, what about free money?  Because free money if better than free comics right?  Well, that’s debatable, but whatever, let’s give away free money too!  The first 10 people through the door on Friday starting at 11 a.m. get $10 gift certificates for free.  Plus, you know, free comics.

Video game and card gaming tournaments all day long, tons of give aways, and your chance to see the areas biggest new comic store?  How can you go wrong?  That’s this Friday, November 28th from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (or later in the case of tournaments needing more time) at Geek Inc. Comics, 5654 Arlington Drive East in Hanover Park, IL 60133.  Don’t miss this special sneak preview, and we’ll see you there!

Dupage Comic Con


We’re a month away from the next Dupage Comic Con, taking place December 13th in Wheaton, IL, and we’re happy to tell you that this is by far the biggest show we’ve had there yet.  Why’s that you ask?  Well, you see that golden star on the flyer?  That lets you know that we’re in building number 1, a building that is over TWICE the size of our previous setup.  With over a month to go, we’re already at more vendors and artists than would have fit in our previous set up.  But don’t worry fans, we’re keeping the cost the same for you, and still have free parking and free comics at the door for everyone!

Now with more vendors and artists than ever, plus a cash prize Cosplay Costume Contest, the Dupage Comic Con is the suburbs largest comic book show and it’s all thanks to you!  That’s right, with out you fans this show never would have grown the way it has.  We can’t wait to see all of you again soon, and we can’t wait to show off our great new lineup.  Keep watching the official show post for updates on the guest list, and don’t forget to stop by our Facebook event to let everyone know you’re going!

This time around, the Dupage Comic Con show will feature over 18,000 square feet of geeky goodness, and the timing is just right to make sure you can get all the very best gifts for the collector in your life.  Need to find that one of a kind original art print, or maybe a hard to find old silver age key issue?  How about that special child hood toy, or maybe just some really great T-shirts and buttons?  Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it here! So remember fans, that’s Saturday, December 13th at the Dupage County Fairgrounds, 2015 Manchester Road in Wheaton, IL from 10-5.  Pre-order your tickets right here on to get in 30 minutes early for first crack at all the best deals!

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Ultimate Con Is Coming 10/11/14

Ultimate Con, Chi-towns ultimate comic book show, is coming to Chicago this October.  Here’s the info you need to know!

When Is The Comic Book Show?

Ultimate Con, Chi Towns Ultimate Comic Con takes place on Saturday, October 11th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where is the Comic Book Show?

Ultimate Con takes place at 3601 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago.

How much is the Comic Book Show?

Adults are just $5, and kids 12 and under are free.  But you don’t just get admission for that.  Every person who attends Ultimate Con gets a free comic book at the door to get their day started off right!

Looking to Sell Your Collectibles Or Show Off Your Brand At Mighty Con?

We’d love to have you there, and setting up is easier than ever!  10′ x 10′ vendor booths come with two eight foot tables, two chairs, and four passes to the show for only $80 (additional tables can be rented the day of the show for $7 each).  Artist/Creator tables include an eight foot table, two chairs, and two passes for only $40.  You can contact us at with any questions!

Who’s Coming?


Geek Inc Comics - Specializing in low priced key issues, Geek Inc Comics has that hard to find issue that you’ve been looking for!  With thousands of keys from the silver, bronze, copper and modern ages, as well as tons of low prices back issues, you’ll find everything you need at the Geek Inc Booth

Mark & Matt Leuck.  For Mightycon we will offer one table filled with bronze age & modern age comic books priced @ 3 for $1  or 100 for $30 .  Another table of golden age,silver age & bronze age comic books- priced at  $1@, $2 @,  $4@ ,$5@       plus silver and golden age comics  60%-80% below guide prices .  And a variety of bargain priced action figures

Pulp Culture Comics And Collectibles – With one of the largest collections of autographed comic books around, you’ll be astounded by both their selection and his prices!  Everything from classic vintage issues to new variants to limited edition prints, all at rock bottom prices and many pieces signed by the artists, writers, creators, or any combination.  This is definitely a must see booth!

Extra Life

Ken Smith Toys

Brainstorm Comics

Greg Franczyk

Dmen Designs

Monologue Comics

Tango Comics Unlimited

JK Steampunk Design

Jack Knippel Jr.

Skull Island Games

Robokor Designs

Happy Day Comics

Comic Wreck


Check back here soon for a full list of everyone coming to Ultimate Con!

Chicago Comic Con

Chicago Comic Con

The Chicago Comic Con is coming, as it always does, this August.  So, you ask, what is it?  Well…

Chicago Comic Con

To put it simply, the Chicago Comic Con is comic book convention. Put another way, it’s the Comic book convention, now known as Wizard World Chicago but still carrying the name it held for many many years. Over the years, the Chicago Comic Con has continued to enjoy a steady popularity growth among comic fanatics, lately reaching incredible heights. It’s now one of the largest shows in the world, drawing comic and pop culture fans from everywhere. Tens of thousands of comic fans conglomerate at the Chicago Comic Con convention, where pop and comic culture comes to life. Some of the reasons why fans attend Chicago Comic Con include:

Movies and Comics

Chicago Comic Con gives pop-culture fans an avenue to know more about comics and movies. There is nowhere else you will get to know more about comics, and have the palpable feeling of comic and movie mania, other than at the Chicago Comic Con. Media companies also benefit greatly from Chicago Comic Con. Movie studios and TV networks get a chance to highlight their merchandizes and developments to the comic and movie fans at the Chicago Comic Con. The upcoming Chicano Comic Con will be no different in keeping the movie and comic fire burning. The event will see comic enthusiast get a Guardian of the Galaxy #17 exclusive cover and get to know more about the upcoming movie Guardians of the Galaxy which is sure to be the big buzz all around the convention hall.

Pop Culture Celebrities

The upcoming Chicago Comic con will be hosting a string of well-known celebrities at the convention. WWE superstar John Cena, Actors Matt Smith and Karen Gillan are some of the popular celebrities gracing the Chicago Comic Con convention this year. This has always been the case with Chicago Comic Con; they have always given comic lovers a chance to meet and mingle with their favorite pop – culture celebrities. Pop Culture fans do actually enjoy taking pictures with their favorite celebrities plus the celebrities signing their autographs. Comic artists are usually found at the Artist’s Alley where they sell or do free sketches for their fans.


Comic enthusiasm and gaming passion have become almost synonymous. At Chicago Comic Con, gaming enthusiasts also get a chance to play games and learn more about their favorite games. The floor space offered by Chicago Comic Con offers a great arena for gaming vendors to display their merchandises and mingle with gaming fans at the Chicago Comic Con.

Comic collectable and art

If you are on your wits end on where to get comic arts, then Chicago Comic Con gives you all you need under one roof. The expansive floor space at the Chicago Comic Con offers space for vendors  to exhibit their comic collectibles and arts.

If comic conventions are your thing, and if you’re at this site then that’s a pretty likely scenario, you may not want to miss this one.  Coming August 21st-24th to the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL (next to O’Hare international airport).  Check out Wizard World’s site for more info!

Will Walking Dead Introduce A New Big Bad Soon?


The Walking Dead is back on the air soon, and fans of the comics know that there’s a good chance we may soon see some really terrific bad guys popping up. Walking Dead has given us an amazing cast of characters, it’s always the villains that make a story.  We’ve had one amazing one in The Governor appear in the uber-popular TV show, but what else is coming down the pipeline?  Let’s get a look at a the big bad villain that you should know about if you’re more of a fan of the TV show than the comic.  Spoilers follow for events from the comics, but we should all know by now that the way things happen in the comics isn’t necessarily even similar to how they go down in the show.




Meet Negan

Negan is the pioneer of a group called The Saviors and is the most important antagonist of the current comic arrangement. He assembled a group of strong men and led them into threatening adjacent survivor groups (like the merry band of misfits we’ve come to know and love, Rick and Co.). Negan sets out for retribution against Rick’s gathering after they execute a few parts of his posse. As part of this, Negan requests Abraham’s murder. He has a few trackers find the Safe Zone.  At the time he and whatever remains of his pack take after and trap the gathering throughout their outing to the Hilltop. After Rick rejects an arrangement that would give Negan access to the Safe-Zone’s supplies, Negan ruthlessly kills Glenn with a baseball bat. After that, the safe-zone group provides for him a large portion of the supplies to keep him from murdering any more of their members. Negan is known for utilizing excessive disrespect when he talks, even to his own particular men, and for being a brutal leader.  The show runners have actively talked about having him appear on TV, and as cruel as the Governor was, there’s a good chance we could end up hating (and hence kinda sorta loving) Negan even more.

This is a theme we’ve seen in The Walking Dead before. Negan has a lot in common with the Governor, mainly his love of power games and status.  In both cases the bad guy attacking Rick’s group wasn’t doing so because Rick represented an imminent threat to their lives, but rather because Rick represented a threat to their power.  The viewer knows that if the Governor (and Negan) had just stayed away, it’s unlikely the two groups would have ever clashed and no one had to die.  But in the post-apocalyptic world, men like the Governor and Negan need power as much as they need food or shelter, and that’s why we once again see a bad guy proving that when zombies roam the Earth, it’s still the humans that you have to beware of.


Comics and Wrestling, the classic combo

Comics and Wrestling, the classic combo

The morning of Wednesday, April 9th 2014, people everywhere woke up to the news that wrestling legend The Ultimate Warrior (real name James Hellwig) had passed away at the age of 54. The degree to which this news effected you depending on whether or not you were a wrestling fan of course, but it quickly became apparent from browsing through comic related chat groups and message boards that most comic fans were. In fact, it seems like the majority of comic fans either are or at some point in their lives were fans of professional wrestling. WWE even has a reasonable presence in comic books, having titles out chronicling the adventures of characters like The Undertaker, The Rock, and even the Ultimate Warrior. But what is it about wrestling that appeals to comic fans? Why do those two things go hand in hand? Particularly since so many comic fans are at best passive sports fans and at worst couldn’t care less about professional sports (not all of us geeks obviously, but enough that it’s noticeable).
The appeal of comics themselves have a great deal to do with it. We comic fans tend to get interested in comics at an early age, and more often than not the comics represent a nice form of escapism. We can hate the stereotype of the socially awkward physically unfit teenager huddled in a corner reading a comic book, and yes that’s certainly getting to be less and less common as comic books become more and more mainstream, but the fact is that for many people that was the case. Comics where a way to get away from the world for a few beautifully drawn pages. It wasn’t just about escaping though. It was about hope. When times were tough, when your home life was going to hell, when school was a place of harassment and unhappiness, you needed to believe that there were heroes in the world. Not regular heroes though. When you’re so small and the world is so big, you need super heroes. Ones who go above and beyond what mortal men can do, who can whisk you away from danger or fear, who can right the wrongs and save the day.
At some point, many comic fans discovered professional wrestling. And the magic of this sport for many of these kids was that it took that hope and made it somewhat real. These were people, real people that you were watching on live TV, who were doing the impossible. They were super heroes, capable of flying and coming back from the dead and defeating evil no matter what the odds were. Over time, you made them into more than the mere mortal men and women who came to you every week to battle each other over contrived storylines. They were legends in their own time, crashing through tables and plate glass windows, leaping off ladders twenty feet in the air to crash down on their opponents. When life was bad, it was never that bad, because you knew that there were heroes in the world, and one day you could possibly be one too.
The Ultimate Warrior was one of the greatest of these heroes. Hailing from Parts Unknown (because any great super hero needs a dark a mysterious origin), he was able to shrug off devastating blows that would destroy a lesser man. He was buried alive and poisoned by a deadly cobra, but could never be stopped. We loved him for the truth he gave to our stories, the knowledge he gave us that the world was a safer place because he was out there, fighting the forces of darkness. No bully was ever quite as scary, because if things truly got bad enough, the warrior would come and save day.
Yes, Virginia, there is a super hero. He is the Ultimate Warrior, and he exists as certainly as bravery and strength. Alas, how sad it must be to live a life where you do not believe in such things, to only believe in the plain and mundane. These are the people who will look down on wrestling and tell you “it’s not real you know”. Yes, we know what it is. It is the stuff of legends, made flesh and bones and (mostly) muscle. The Ultimate Warrior appeared on Monday Night RAW the day before his passing, and there is no more fitting end to this article than what he said there:
“No WWE talent becomes a legend on their own. Every man’s heart one day beats its final beat. His lungs breathe a final breath. And if what that man did in his life makes the blood pulse through the body of others, and makes them bleed deeper, and something larger than life, then his essence, his spirit, will be immortalized. By the storytellers, by the loyalty, by the memory of those who honor him and make the running the man did live forever.
You, you, you, you, you, you are the legend-makers of Ultimate Warrior. In the back, I see many potential legends, some of them with warrior spirits. And you will do the same for them. You will decide if they lived with the passion and intensity. So much so that you will tell your stories and you will make them legends, as well. I am Ultimate Warrior. You are the Ultimate Warrior fans. And the spirit of Ultimate Warrior will run forever!”

Hey there comic fans, what are you up to April 8th through May 4th? Probably a lot, because that’s a pretty long time period. Almost a full month. But in that month, make time to check out The History Of Invulnerability, the story behind the creation of Superman and all the craziness that went into that character.

The History of Invulnerability | April 8 – May 4 |
We all know that every superhero has an origin story, but perhaps no comic book lore is more famous than the Man of Steel – son of Jor-El and Lara, and hero to Metropolis. And yet, the real beginnings of Superman’s creation are filled with controversy and doubt.

From Tony Award and Emmy-nominee, David Bar Katz, comes the larger-than-life account of Jerry Siegel – the Jewish teenager who created Superman in the wake of World War II, sold his prized-possession for $130, and spent the rest of his life trying to bring Superman back home. An ensemble of actors portray dozens of characters, as the heroics and heartbreak of 1930s Cleveland, Auschwitz, New York, and Krypton jump from the panels of comic book legend and come to life before your very eyes.

Taking place at the Rep Theater in Milwaukee, tickets are on sale now, and every true comic fan needs to check this out. The entire world of Super Heroes started here, with one man in tights and a cape, and the story behind him (and, let’s face it, behind comics as we know them) is a fascinating one.

But, that’s not all. The people behind this terrific event have a bunch more fun coming your way, including a cosplay contest at a bar on a Friday night. Now that right there is a fun combination of words. So hit the link above, or here again for ease of use: and we hope you enjoy The History Of Invulnerability.

It’s almost time for Mighty Con Milwaukee, and this show is shaping up to be a big one.  How big?  We’re actually spilling over to the next room because we couldn’t fit enough tables into the main convention room for all these vendors.  So when you come, you’d better be ready to see more comics, toys, games, and collectibles than you’ve seen in Milwaukee in a long time!

Mighty Con Milwaukee is bringing table after table after table of amazing vendors all together for one day only, Sunday, March 9th from 10:30 to 4 at the American Serb Hall, 5101 W Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53219.  We’re keeping this one cheap, only $3 for admission, kids are free, and just to start you off right we’re giving you a free comic of your choice (with thousands to choose from) as soon as you walk in the door.  We love comic collecting so much, we just have to share that love with everyone!

We’ll have toy vendors, movie vendors, game vendors, even hot sauce vendors to round out your fan experience.  Then, once you’ve had your fill of fandom, swing by our free video game play section to get in a couple rounds on Smash Brothers, then talk to Extra Life Milwaukee about how you can help raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals by playing video games.  Do you like video games?  Do you like helping kids in need?  Of course you do.  So make sure you come talk to Extra Life about how you can do your part.  I know, it’s tough committing to playing a whole ton of video games, but as long as it’s for a good cause, I guess we can all make that sacrifice right?

Our last show comic show in Milwaukee was a terrific success, thanks in no small part to you wonderful fans, and we can’t wait to see you all again on Sunday.  So bring your friends, bring your family, and bring everyone you know out to Mighty Con Milwaukee.  Check out the official event post here, and don’t forget to check us out on Facebook to make sure you never miss a show!

What Went Wrong With The Fantastic Four Casting?

Meet Your New Fantastic Four Cast

Meet Your New Fantastic Four Cast

The casting for the Fantastic Four reboot was poorly thought out, and it’s not related to race.  Okay, it’s related to race a little bit, but not completely in the way you think.  First, let’s get into the casting itself.  The current rumors, and until I see actual production footage with these people I’ll still refer to it as rumors (wishful thinking?), is that we’ll have Kate Mara, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, and Michael B. Jordan as Sue Storm, Reed Richards, Ben Grimm, and Johnny Storm.

The first thing you may notice is that you’re not all that familiar with these names, and that right there is by far the biggest problem with this cast.  Something that Marvel Studios, Sony, even Warner Brothers (no, seriously, follow me here) have established is that you need to have legitimacy associated with your film through established star power if you want to succeed.  Frankly, odds are the comic movie industry wouldn’t be where it is today if Marvel hadn’t signed Robert Downey Jr. to be Tony Stark and then surrounded him with more established talent.  Comic movies are heavy, and if you don’t have some serious weight on the casting sheet then they tend to tip over.  Having a more established actor or actors facing off against Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern may not have saved that movie, but it probably wouldn’t have hurt.  Meanwhile, they managed to cast well established leading males as both the hero and villain in Batman Begins, and lo and behold a franchise was born.  Given that also had the steady had of Christopher Nolan guiding it, but more people are going to respond to the actors names at the top of a movie poster.

The Difference Between “New” And “Talented”

Now this isn’t saying that the four people cast in the FF reboot are bad actors or unskilled.  What it is saying is that Fox is banking a lot on this reboot and without a big name or two to anchor it, it’s likely to just drift away.  These are fairly young actors, and there’s nothing to say that ten years from now it won’t be uncommon to hear people say “hey, there’s a new Miles Teller movie out this weekend, want to go see it?”.  But for now, that’s just not a thing.  And here’s where that becomes a big problem for Fox.  You see, without the big names to draw in casual movie goers, you’re going to be relying on the actual comic fans to boost your box office numbers.  So, you’d better not make the comic fans angry.

Fox Made Comic Fans Angry

So here’s how Fox then made the comic fans angry.  And you knew this was coming.  Michael B. Jordan.  Johnny Storm.  Those two are now one and the same.  The internet immediately tried to find a way to protest this without sounding racist, and things got weird for a few days after this news came out.  So, let’s address a couple of the points that were widely brought up.  The first and foremost point was that characters can have their race changed without it being a big deal, and some examples from previous comic movies were brought up.  So, let’s go ahead and call those out right now.  Yes, Michael Clark Duncan was an acceptable Kingpin, but that’s mostly because he doesn’t even make the top ten list of things that were wrong with Daredevil.  Sam Jackson is a great Nick Fury, but that’s mostly because they’re basing him off the Ultimate Nick Fury, who was designed to look like Sam Jackson, so not only is it not really 100% a race change, it’s actually ideal casting for the character.  Lawrence Fishburne was probably an adequate Perry White, but considering that he was only on screen for all of ten seconds it’s kinda hard to tell.  And finally, people kept asking why this caused so much of a stir when people didn’t seem that upset by Sony casting a black Electro.  Probably because Jamie Foxx is an Oscar winner and one of the best current actors available.  Remember when I talked about bringing legitimacy to a movie?  Jamie Foxx is legitimate, period.  The Michael B. Jordan casting is just out of left field.  But, like the title of this article promised, this isn’t entirely race related.

Comic books fans are a fickle bunch.  We take canon seriously, and we hate it when you mess with our stories.  If you write a story that’s beautifully done but doesn’t fit in with how we perceive the character, we will go completely insane.  It’s juvenile and immature and closed minded, and dammit it’s just the way we are.  So when you tell us that Sue and Johnny Storm are different races, you’re throwing us a curveball.  Is one of them adopted?  Does one have a different parent?  Both are reasonable explanations, and both unnecessarily mess up the canon of one of Comic-doms most important teams.  We comic fans are very very big on comfort, and you’re making us uncomfortable for no good reason.  You didn’t do it to bring someone into the movie who’s going to guarantee this thing an Oscar nomination.  You didn’t do it because the person you brought in is friends will Bill Murray and they’re going to be able to get him to do a cameo in it.  You did it because you wanted to change things up, which shows a fundamental lack of understanding about how your target audience works.  Fans are a vocal bunch of people.  You don’t even have to ask for our opinion, we will give it to you anyways.  If you want to mess with a character, pick Hawkman, no one knows what the hell his story is anyways.  Don’t mess with the things we hold sacred, that’s all we ask.  Sadly, as much as we ask this, it’s clear that the people who hold the rights to these characters often just aren’t listening.

Mighty Con Milwaukee Returns 1/11/15

Back by popular demand, Mighty Con Milwaukee Comic Book Show returns to the American Serb Hall on Sunday, Jan. 11th, 2014.  What makes Mighty Con so different from all the other comic book shows this year? This event actually welcomes the whole family with low prices, free parking, and tons of great deals for people of all ages. This is one comic book show you can’t miss, with tons of give aways and thousands of comic books, toys, statues, posters, t-shirts, video games, artists, and collectibles of all shapes and sizes.

When Is The Comic Book Show?

Mighty Con takes place on Sunday, Jan. 11th from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where is the Comic Book Show?

Mighty Con takes place at the American Serb Hall, 5101 W Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53219

How much is the Comic Book Show?

Adults are just $3, and kids 12 and under are free.  But you don’t just get admission for that.  Every person who attends Mighty Con gets a free comic book at the door to get their day started off right, and then a drawing from our famous Everybody Wins Raffle, the only raffle where every single drawing is a winner!

Want to get in early?  If you order your pass online, you can get in at 10:00 a.m., a half hour ahead of everyone else!  Get first grab at all the best deals: click here to pre-order your passes!

After pre-ordering, you can pick up your passes the morning of the show.

Looking to Sell Your Collectibles Or Show Off Your Brand At Mighty Con?

Plenty of tables still available, so follow us on Facebook and/or email us at for info on our next show and how to get you in!  We’re always looking for new artists and vendors, so come on out!

Click Here To Order Your Tables For The Milwaukee Comic Con or the Dupage Comic Con in Wheaton, IL

Who will be there?


Deadgar’s Dark Coffin Classics – Hello, I’m Deadgar Winter host of Deadgar’s Dark Coffin Classics.  I have 2 co-hosts, Victoria Bathory and Sorceress Celeste.  They are also known as Deadgar’s DeadGirls. We are Nationally known horror hosts and our TV Show is being seen all over the country.  You can catch us locally on Mata ch. 14 in Milwaukee and KTV 14 in the Kenosha area and Ch. 987 in Jefferson County.  We are also on Youtube with our full 2 hour show.

 Our show is a horror/comedy show and we show old and new horror films and independent films. We add comedy skits to the show and from time to time have on celebrities and local businesses and we also promote rock bands.
  We are all about supporting our community and local businesses and  charities.
 We love to interact with our fans and community.
  Happy NIGHTMARES    Deadgar, Victoria, Celeste.

Geek Inc Comics - Specializing in low priced key issues, Geek Inc Comics has that hard to find issue that you’ve been looking for!  With thousands of keys from the silver, bronze, copper and modern ages, as well as tons of low prices back issues, you’ll find everything you need at the Geek Inc Booth

Pulp Culture Comics And Collectibles – With one of the largest collections of autographed comic books around, you’ll be astounded by both their selection and his prices!  Everything from classic vintage issues to new variants to limited edition prints, all at rock bottom prices and many pieces signed by the artists, writers, creators, or any combination.  This is definitely a must see booth!

 Sutdog comicsMy name is Mike and my part time business is Sutdog Comics, Sutdog is what my friends call me. My regular job is as a special education teacher. So with comics not being my main source of income I can afford to sell my comics for really cheap. My specialty for Mightycon will be $1 golden, silver and bronze age. I will also have nicer silver and bronze age books for $3 and $5 each still a low price. I sell a lot of cheap lots and key issues on eBay under Sutdog Comics. I’m always looking for more comics to buy, old or new, cheap or valuable

Mark & Matt Leuck.  For Mightycon we will offer one table filled with bronze age & modern age comic books priced @ 3 for $1  or 100 for $30 .  Another table of golden age,silver age & bronze age comic books- priced at  $1@, $2 @,  $4@ ,$5@       plus silver and golden age comics  60%-80% below guide prices .  And a variety of bargain priced action figures

Ken Smith Toys

James Bula

Jim Droese Comics

John Hauser

Angeltha Goth

Richard Manser

Robokor Designs

Plus many more to come!

Don’t forget to pre-order your passes now for early admission!  Click here to Pre-Order