NY Comic Book Marketplace Brings Comics to the Armory Feb. 27

Official Press Release

On Saturday, February 27th, Michael Carbonaro's New York Comic Book Marketplace comes to the 69th Regiment Armory at 68 Lexington Avenue between 25th and 26th St, bringing scores of famous comic books, publishers, and dealers to the thousands of fans who will be attending.

DATE: Saturday February 27th, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

PLACE: 69th Regiment Armory, 68 Lexington Ave (between 25th & 26th Streets),

New York City


With its low cost (only $10 admission at the door) and intimate atmosphere, this convention will be a great opportunity for fans to meet favorite hot contemporary artists and comic book legends like Gene Colan, Billy Tucci, Mike Golden, Irwin Hasen, Jim Starlin, Mark Texiera, Herb Trimpe, Larry Hama, Dan Slott, Guy Dorian, Dick Ayers, Ian Dorian, J H Williams III, Scott Roberts, Sean Chen, Renee Witterstaetter, Janet Jackson, Stu Suchet, John Cebollaro, Jorge Gonzalez, Cliff Chiang, and many more. All of the artists are happy to meet and greet comic book lovers, sign autographs, and many will even draw sketches of their favorite characters.

Also on hand will be actor David Roya, famous for his role as Bernard Posner in the cult classic film "Billy Jack."

New York City has always been at the forefront of cutting edge and experimental comic and cartoon art, and the New York Comic Book Marketplace will be a great opportunity to meet with and see the work of exciting local independent artists and publishers.

Over 100 dealer tables will be filled with comics old and new, toys, posters, trading cards, videos, and related pop-culture collectibles. This is an opportunity no true fan should miss!

Michael Carbonaro has produced the longest-running comic book convention in New York City for the past 13 years. That convention has grown by leaps and bounds to being one of the largest public events in the city. This show will be a return to his roots: an exciting, affordable show with famous artists, wonderful dealers, and devoted fans all in the same building, and the love for a true American art form, the comic book.

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