Its right by Harvard Sq, and we’re giving away fresh Holiday cards and our comic books for you and yours.
It goes from 11:30-1:30PM!
In Davis Square is holding a
Star Trek Trivia contest on
Sunday, 11/20 from 4-6pm.
Comedian Wes Hazard will host
and tickets are $5.
Bonus: Star Trek themed snacks for sale!
We’ll probably have a sale or something.
watch this space for more info!
Star Wars! Star Trek! Marvel! DC! Dr. Who! Video Games! Board Games! Coloring Books! Cosplay! and so much more! There are all-day activities, Raffles, and a Vendor Room!
10:30 am – 12:00 pm in the Children’s Storytime Room
11:00 am – 12:00 pm in the Roosevelt Room
12:15 PM in the Roosevelt Room
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm in the Roosevelt Room
2:00 pm in the Roosevelt Room
Come visit us and a lot of amazing creators at:
Lesley University’s University Hall in Porter Square
Saturday October 29th and Sunday October 30th
Join the FACEBOOK Event!
For a tremendous comic experience.
You can find them on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and at their website:
The Million Year Picnic crew will be at MICE on table A26! http://www.micexpo.org/exhibitors/
Thursday, October 27
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
Barnes and Noble Prudential Center, 800 Boylston Street Suite 179, Boston
RSVP at Eventbrite
The Fifth Beatle is an award-winning, #1 New York Times best selling graphic novel and forthcoming feature film recounting the untold true story of Brian Epstein– the brilliant visionary who discovered the Beatles in a cellar in Liverpool, nurtured, protected, and guided them to international stardom, but died painfully lonely at the age of 32.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
279 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
In conversation with Joe Hill.
Thee Massachusetts Independent Comic Expo (MICE) is just twenty days away. Come visit us and a lot of amazing creators at Lesley University’s University Hall in Porter Square on Saturday October 29th, and Sunday October 30th for a tremendous comic experience. It’s free! (http://www.micexpo.org/previews/)
In Flying Couch Amy Kurzweil tells the stories of three unforgettable women: her own coming-of-age as a young Jewish artist, her mother, a psychologist, and Bubbe, her grandmother, a World War II survivor who escaped from the Warsaw Ghetto. Captivated by Bubbe’s story, Amy turns to her sketchbooks, teaching herself to draw as a way to cope with what she discovers. Entwining the voices and histories of these three wise, hilarious, and very different women, Amy creates a portrait not only of what it means to be part of a family, but also of how each generation bears the imprint of the past.