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Do You Like Comics And Toys? Have We Got The Event For You…

December 11th, 2020
Do You Like Comics And Toys? Have We Got The Event For You...

If you’re a fan of comics, toys and other cool collectibles, you’re going to want to check this event out! Next weekend, Mississippi Marketplace is proud to present the Christmas Comic, Toy, and Hobby Show! They are welcoming vendors from all around to give you guests that special piece you have been looking for along with a large variety of items you didn’t even realize you needed! This will be a great two day event Saturday 10am – 5pm Sunday 11am – 5pm. If you are interested in being a vendor please send a PM to Mississippi Marketplace or email ktsb100@gmail.com.  Read More

Experience Comic Con for Kids at Family Museum!

March 14th, 2019
Experience Comic Con for Kids at Family Museum!

Looking for a fun-filled event with the kiddos this weekend? BAM! KAPOW! ZAP! Embrace your inner superhero for an afternoon of comic book fun at Comic Con for Kids! Comic Con for Kids takes place this Saturday Mar 16 from 12 – 4 p.m. at the Family Museum (2900 Learning Campus Drive Bettendorf). This event is all-included with admission or membership. Kids who come in costume can enter to win a SUPER prize basket from the Museum’s Fox & Bee! Enjoy 15% off all superhero toys, throwback toys, art supplies and books (that’s 25% for Family Museum members! PJ Masks’ Catboy will be joining... Read More

Did SAU’s Comics Class Pass Or Fail?

November 19th, 2018
Did SAU's Comics Class Pass Or Fail?

On Saturday October 20th, Saint Ambrose University Library hosted a “Comics Gaming Entertainment” event (https://libguides.sau.edu/c.php?g=838240&p=5987350). I had friends setting up at the event, so I decided I’d pop over and see what was on offer. I’ve never been to Saint Ambrose before, even though a friend of mine spent his college years there. So after finding the library, mostly through luck. I walked into the Saint Ambrose library to see what was on offer that morning. After walking through the front doors the first thing I noticed was five tables set up in the main... Read More