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BLACK MASK ending NYCC with a bang.

We will be closing out NYCC on sunday with an amazing panel of of comic creators. Hosted by Matt Pizzolo (Godkiller) and featuring Michael Moreci (Transference), Mark Miller (Pirouette),Curt Pires (Mayday), Matthew Rosenberg (12 Reasons To Die / We Can Never Go Home), Frank Barbiere(Five Ghosts), Yasmin Liang (Our Work Fills The Pews), Vita Ayala (Our Work Fills The Pews), Matt Miner(Liberator / Critical Hit / Toe Tag Riot), Chris Peterson (Mayday), Tony Patrick (X’ed), Amancay Nahuelpan (Young Terrorists), Sean Von Gorman (Toe Tag Riot) and special guests!

Sunday, 4:15. Room 1A05

12 REASONS TO DIE writer Matthew Rosenberg will be speaking on the Hip-Hop & Comics panel at #NYCC alongside Ron Wimberly, Johnny “Juice” Rosado of Public Enemy, Large Professor, Pete Rock, and maybe even a surprise guest or two. Friday October 10, 7:15PM. Room 1A14

If you are in New York tomorrow (10/1) make sure you visit JHU Comics and get your issue of CRITICAL HIT #1 signed by writer Matt Miner. Christian Dibari and Neil Kleid will also be signing their new books Cutter and Spider-Man: Kraven’s Last Hunt (novel). 

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It’s the SUPER SECRET ANDY HURLEY FALL OUT BOY cover of Critical Hit!

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Limited to only 25 (!), printed on vintage newsprint, every one autographed by Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy.

These shops are the spots to grab em!

Beach Ball Comics / Cornerstore Comics - Anaheim, CA
beachballcomics
https://www.cornerstorecomics.com/

Black Cat Comics - Salt Lake City, UT
http://blackcat-comics.com/

Happy Harbor Comics - Edmonton
http://www.happyharborcomics.com

Jetpack Comics - Rochester, NH
http://www.jetpackcomics.com/

Midtown Comics - NYC, NY
midtowncomics
http://www.midtowncomics.com/

Newbury Comics - Boston, MA
http://www.newburycomics.com/

Third Eye Comics - Annapolis, MD
thirdeyecomics
http://thirdeyecomics.com/

BTW- In the photo Andy’s wearing the super awesome Liberator t-shirt available exclusive at Hot Topic (in stores & online here). The caption reads: “I learned more about life from punk and hardcore records than I ever did at school.”