Are you going to be at San Diego Comic-Con?
The largest comic book and popular arts convention in the world?
NO? …then, come to the next best thing!
TATE’S Not At Comic-Con 2013
Took place on Saturday, July 20th from 12-4pm
• Free Stuff & More Free Stuff
• The patented TATE’S Cosplayrade™! It’s a fun cosplay parade!
• Free copy of the TATE’S Indy Comic Anthology! Have it signed be contributors!
• Worldwide Exclusive TATE’S Trailer premiere of “Golden Tate 4: Revenge of the Reptiles”
• Nakia’s Xtreme Comic Trivia Challenge! Win awesome Prizes from our sponsors!
• Enjoy hectic good times and camaraderie, just like at the “real” Comic-Con!
Wear a cape or costume and take 10% OFF your entire purchase!! All Day on 7/20! Create yourself a cape out of a pillowcase or kitchen towel, if you have to! 🙂
Check out this fun gallery of images from the 3000 Brigade‘s fun photo shoot at the absolute best market around, Doris Italian Market in Coral Springs! A special thank you to Gary Mulé for letting us clown around your spacious and immaculate store. [Link]
The Pow Wow Show will be broadcasting Live during the Not at Comic-Con Event. On air Live broadcast 10-12 pm with a Live show 12-2pm. The Pow Wow Prize wheel will be in full effect 10-12pm (prizes, Joe Daddy and Mikey sketches and premium items) Spin and win, Nuff said! Luis and Joe Daddy will also be signing the Free comic book and a few copies their own title, Galaxy Kid #2.
12:00 until we run out! • Pick up a free copy of the 4th installment of TATE’S “Not at Comic Con indy comic anthology”! …and have it signed by the contributors!
12:15pm-?pm • Line to Nowhere for FREE stuff!
TATE’S Comics, founded in 1993, is a renowned retail store in South Florida that specializes in comics, toys and tons more. With a vast 8,000+ square foot physical store, customers can truly immerse themselves in a one-of-a-kind pop culture superstore! As a family-owned and operated small business, the true essence of TATE’S Comics can only be fully appreciated by visiting in person, in real life! It is an absolute must-visit for both local residents and international tourists exploring South Florida.