Media Release -- BOOM! Studios proudly invites Los Angeles area fans to come celebrate Black Friday, November 23rd, at Meltdown Comics with a huge discount on a wide selection of BOOM! and KaBOOM! Studios comics.
Meltdown Comics, located at 7522 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90046, is the proud host of this Black Friday event where you can purchase all BOOM! and KaBOOM! Studios comics and trades at 50% off from noon until closing. Every hour, a different selection of new books get even more discounted to crazy low prices! But the fun doesn't stop there, because with every title you purchase, you get entered into a secret ADVENTURE TIME raffle.
For more information on Meltdown Comics, including hours and details on the store's Black Friday plans, head to meltcomics.com or call (323) 851-7223.
About BOOM! Studios
Founded by Ross Richie, 2009 and 2010's "Best Publisher" BOOM! Studios (www.boom-studios.com) generates a constellation of bestselling Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic books and graphic novels with the industry's top talent, including Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning’s HYPERNATURALS, new HELLRAISER comics written by Clive Barker, PLANET OF THE APES, and Sam Humphries’ HIGHER EARTH. BOOM!'s all ages imprint KaBOOM! publishes Charles Schulz' PEANUTS, Jim Davis’ GARFIELD, Cartoon Network's ADVENTURE TIME, and 20th Century Fox’ ICE AGE. KaBOOM! recently won an Eisner Award for its first original series Roger Langridge's SNARKED. BOOM!'s lit comix-focused imprint, BOOM! Town, won an Eisner Award for its first book, Shannon Wheeler's I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER, and just released SPACE DUCKS, the first comic book from indie musician legend Daniel Johnston.
About MeltDown Comics
After 16 years of successful operation, Meltdown has grown into a traveler’s must-see destination and cultural landmark. Meltdown was named Best Comic Store in L.A. by Los Angeles magazine, the LA WEEKLY, and was honored with the Will Eisner Spirit of Comics Retailer Award last Century. Perhaps most notably, Meltdown Comics was immortalized by becoming a part of the Simpsons universe in the episode “Husbands & Knives” where the store’s design and layout was utilized to show how great a comic book store can be.