Free Comic Book Day comes to St Albans
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St Albans store Chaos City Comics is once again taking part in the worldwide Free Comic Book Day.
From 10am on Saturday, May 6, fans will be able to pick up volumes, old and new, free of charge.
Chaos City Comics manager, Luke Ridge, said: “There will be 40 to 50 titles completely free for people to pick up.
“It is one of our busiest days and we have a queue that leads out of the square, on to the street.”
The event, he says, is intended as a thank you to fans.
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He said: “We have been doing it for five years, and the event has been going on for over a decade.
Fans are advised to get there bright and early as: “It’s called Free Comic Book Day, but the stock never lasts more than two hours.”
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Chaos City Comics, located in Heritage Close, has been running since 1991 and is the city’s only dedicated comic book shop.