Free Comic Book Day


Free Comic Book Days are here! Join us as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Free Comic Book Day. Usually held the first Saturday in May, Free Comic Book Day was postponed this year due to COVID-19. The Library has turned this event into a week-long celebration that brings the comic book industry and the Library together to give away free comic books and celebrate all that is comics. While supplies last, visit any library branch between Monday, August 16 and Saturday, August 21 to get your free comics and swag bag. Call your local branch ahead of time to ask if they're still available. (updated 8/19/21)

Some of the amazing virtual events include: graphic novel artist and author Raea Gragg; a Star Wars cosplay panel; demonstrations by artist Sam Filstrup and the Charles M. Schulz Museum; and guest speakers, including voice actor Jesse Burch and writer Dan Slott.

Previously Recorded Events

Dan Slott: A Conversation

Recording: Comic book legend Dan Slott participated in a live conversation. Mr. Slott has written for both DC and Marvel.

Sam Filstrup

Recording: Join local Artist Sam Filstrup for a workshop on how to design characters and learn all about the creative process.

Actor Jesse Burch

Recording: Television and animation actor Jesse Burch. Interested in acting, comics, or working in the "industry?" Don't miss this.

Graphic Novel Author and Illustrator, Raea Gragg

Recording: Raea Gragg discusses all things comic during the kick-off event for Free Comic Book Days

Free Comic Book Day Lists

New Graphic Novels

Free Comic Book Day Blog Posts

Comics Around the World

There are many different countries that produce comics and graphic novels, and they all have their own unique ways of doing so!

Comics: Not Just For Kids

Comic strips and graphic novels have provided food for thought for adults for quite a while, from underground to mainstream.

Politics and Comics

Prior to 1954, comics covered a variety of topics. Concerns about Communism and juvenile delinquency led to increasing calls for censorship.

History of Free Comic Book Day

Comics were extremely popular in the late 60's and 70's. They are now seeing renewed interest, thanks to promoters like Joe Fields.

All Access Digital Comics

Swing into action with All Access Digital Comics from Overdrive. With your library card you have access to over 2,000 online digital comics with no wait times. Smash yourself instantly into comic book worlds for kids, teens and adults. Happy flipping.

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