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Free Comic Book Day 2004

Nothing attracts peeps more than free stuff, and on July 3, 2004, the comic book industry is hoping to draw the biggest crowd ever. Comic book stores around the world are giving away comics for Free Comic Book Day! Mark this day on your calendars and head to your local comic book store to get the goods!

Free Comic Book Day - The Inside Scoop

Free Comic Book Day started two years ago as a promotional day to bring new comic readers into stores. This day is also strategically linked to major comic-inspired movies. It coincided with the release of Spider-Man in 2002, and the opening weekend of X2: X-Men United in 2003. Now in its third year, Free Comic Book Day will follow the release of Spider-Man 2, which opens in theatres on June 30, 2004.

Free Comic Book Day - The Lowdown

Who: Comic book publishers such as Marvel and D.C.
What: Comic book stores are giving away free comic books!
When: Saturday, July 3, 2004.
Where: Find participating stores at the Free Comic Book Day 2004 Official Site.
Why #1: To attract new readers.
Why #2: To coincide with the release of Spider-Man 2 - in other words, once you see the movie, maybe you'll go to the comic book store and check out some Spidey comics.

Free Comic Book Day - Is it Really Free?

Yes! But - there's always a but - only some comic books will be free, such as Marvel Age: Spider-Man No. 1 and D.C.'s Teen Titans Go! No. 1. They're two very good reasons to run to the comic book store!

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