BLACK COMIC BOOK DAY 2013

Branch: 
Duffield


BLACK COMIC BOOK DAY is an annual event that happens all across the United States!

Once again, we will be celebrating it here in Detroit!!

This is also a smaller event that will lead up to
MOTOR CITY BLACK AGE 2013, which will be September 28, 2013, at Youthville Detroit.

Along with MCBA, this is also a yearly event, and we are very excited to bring it to you once again. This year, BCBD will be held at Detroit Public Library's DUFFIELD BRANCH, on West Grand Blvd and 14th, five minutes from the New Center Area, a few blocks from Henry Ford Hospital.

Cost of admission is free, and we STRONGLY encourage you to bring your children.

We will have roughly around 10 vendors, all from the Michigan area, who will be vending their books, posters, tshirts, and other merchandise pertaining to black comic books.

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If you are a COMIC BOOK WRITER, PUBLISHER, DESIGNER, ARTIST, etc, and are interested in vending,
please contact:

MAIA "CROWN" WILLIAMS
Amonyet Enterprises, CEO
(313) 451 0297
amonyetenterprises@gmail.com
crown7176@gmail.com
http://motorcityblackage.weebly.com/
http://amonyet.weebly.com/

***** SPACE IS LIMITED, SO HURRY!! *****

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