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Monday, June 21, 2004

Sometimes You Get More Than You Paid For

I'm a member of the newly formed International Comic Arts Association (ICAA), and they plan on running quite a few givaways. Below are the results of their very first givaway. Recognize any names? Whoohoo! I won! It feels good to get lucky ... uh, wait ... what'd I just say? Anyhoo, I'm looking forward to receiving something FREE.

And speaking of FREE -- everyone is a winner next Saturday JULY 3 on Free Comic Book Day. Drop by your local comic book store for a free comic! Don't know where your nearest comic shop is? Check out Diamond Distributor's Comic Shop Locator to find a store in your area.




FURIOUS FISTS of the DRUNKEN MONKEY

The International Comic Arts Association (ICAA) is pleased to announce that TEN Fan Members of the ICAA have been randomly selected to receive a complimentary copy of issue #1 of "Furious Fists of the Drunken Monkey". This witty, new comic series by Rich Stahnke is published by Imperium Comics and Morpheus Forge Entertainment and has been receiving very favorable reviews.

The off-beat series tells the origin of Chip - a down on his luck chimpanzee who comes into possession of a mysterious Alien gauntlet which gives the wearer great powers - turning Chip's life upside down. The story follows Chip and his scientist friend Al (who has been transformed into a talking toad) as they unleash the power of the gauntlet to battle cheesy monsters, giant aliens, angry strippers and an ever growing bar tab.

Special thanks to creator Rich Stahnke for providing the comics to our members.

Members randomly selected to receive the comic are:

Steve Higgins -Florissant, MO
Corey Blake - Encino, CA
Mark Broy - Morton, IL
Brian Randolph - Seattle, WA
Larry McQuaide - Sylmar, CA
Erin Schadt - Bellingham, WA
Bryan Rosenberg - San Francisco, CA
Aaron Cahall - Bel Air, MD
Jason Richards - Camp Hill, PA
Michael Haines - Woodstock, GA

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9 Comments:

  • At 9:59 AM, June 22, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Congrats on getting lucky! Whoops, did I just say that? I'll be plugging the Free Comics day myself pretty soon but, once again, you're on it before I am.

    Woody

     
  • At 10:10 AM, June 22, 2004, Blogger Erin M. Schadt said…

    Guess I just can't wait to get something free!! (I realize more every day that I need a life). ;-)

     
  • At 12:59 PM, June 22, 2004, Blogger Tegan said…

    Congrats!

     
  • At 9:44 PM, June 22, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Congrats Erin! The comic you won sounds very..uhh...unique! Yeah, that's it - unique! They just needed to name the chimp "Erin" and you'd have your own biography! Nah, just kidding! Seriously though, your Blog is very impressive and I'll frequent it often, you budding Blogger, you! Ah...good times. ;)
    -Your Lil' Bro

     
  • At 10:35 AM, June 23, 2004, Blogger Erin M. Schadt said…

    Hey Robert -- how did you know that comic was about me? Ah, I bet it was the "down on his luck chimpanzee" or "ever growing bar tab" that blew my cover. Well, the secret's out. Good times indeed!

     
  • At 10:50 AM, June 23, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    It looks like you get to celebrate Free Comic Book Day twice this year. I wish I had gotten lucky too. hee hee.

    Kerry

     
  • At 3:25 PM, June 23, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Did you see you got some publicity over here?

    Woody!

     
  • At 3:26 PM, June 23, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That looks like it didn't work. It's at Johnny Bicardi's blog.

     
  • At 3:54 PM, June 23, 2004, Blogger Erin M. Schadt said…

    Hey Woody, thanks for the head's up -- I've now got The Johnny Bacardi Show in my links section. Sweet.

     

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