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Free Comic Book Day in the Hudson Valley

Celebrate the love of comics at these locations

Free Comic Book Day 2023

Free Comic Book Day is an annual promotional effort by the North American comic book industry to attract new readers to independent comic book stores. 
Participating comic book stores and bookstores around the world offer a selection of free comics to bring new readers in, bring old readers back, and thank current readers for their support.

We have rounded up a list of stores that are participating.

15 East Market St., Rhinebeck
The greatest day of the year is back, Megabrainiacs — It's FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!!! They will have 40 exclusive comics available for FREE - no purchase necessary AND all comics, graphic novels and books will be 10% off all day! Free Comic Book Day will begin at 10am when the shop opens and it will end when all the free comics are gone - here are the rules:1. Children & Adults can select up to five (5) free comics (limit 1 per title)2. Enjoy your new free comics! 10am-6pm

246 Main St. Ste #5, New Paltz. 845-255-1115
Come in a get your free comic book. Doors open 10am

319 Wall Street, Unit 1, Kingston. (845) 689-4793
They will have: *free comics** *crafts for kids *comic characters throughout the day *live music: 11:30am the Gold Hope Duo (Lara Hope and Matt Goldpaugh of @larahopeandthearktones ) 1:00 pm Ratboy Jr. @ratboyjr **limit 3 comics per customer without purchase; unlimited with purchase, though only one of each title per person. 10am-6pm

34-36 Front St., Port Jervis. (845) 856-1866
First 40 kids will get a free promo pack of Pokémon. Free comic book for everyone! 10am-8pm

913 South St., Peekskill. (914) 930-8345
Free Comic Day! Select Comics Free for pick-up! 10am

175 Broadway, Port Ewen. (845) 616-5473
Come in a get your free comic book. 12-8pm

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