Thirty-Three Free Comic Book Day Comic Previews

They’re free.

And their previews are free as well.

Here are thirty-three advance looks at thirty-three comic books that will cost you not a single penny on May 7th.

Did we mention they’re free?

Green Lantern and Flashpoint from DC Comics

Captain America/Thor from Marvel Comics

Amazing Spider-Man

James Patterson’s Witch & Wizard from Yen Press

Inspector Gadget from Viper

Atomic Robo from Red 5 Comics

Silver Dragon Deadliest Sharks and Prehistoric Predators from Discovery/Zenescope

Top Shelf Kids Club from Top Shelf

I.C.E. from 12 Gauge

Walt Disney’s MIckey Mouse from Fantagraphics

2000AD from Rebellion

Mouse Guard/Dark Crystal from Archaia

Spontaneous From Oni

Civil War Adventures from History Graphic Press

Darkwing Duck/Chip’N’Dale from Boom. If they’re still allowed. Hmmm.

Sonic The Hedgehog from Archie

Jake The Dreaming from Radical

Path Of The Planewalker II from Magic The Gathering

The Tick from New England Comics

Silver Scorpion from Liquid Comics

Geronimo Stilton/The Smurfs from NBM/Papercutz

The Intrepid Escapegoat

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Locke & Key from IDW

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Ralph Wiggum from Bongo

Kung Fu Panda from Ape Entertainment

Super Dinosaur from Image Comics

Betty and Veronica from Archie

John Stanley’s Summer Fun from Drawn & Quarterly

Baltimore/Criminal Macabre from Dark Horse

Avatar/Star Wars from Dark Horse

Worlds Of Aspen from Aspen


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