St. Cloud Library to Celebrate Free Comic Book Day
ST. CLOUD -- The ability to fly, have super strength or to be invisible, the possibilities are endless, if you could pick one super power to have what would it be? You can take your pick on Free Comic Book Day.
The St. Cloud Public Library along with Granite City Comics is hosting a Comic Craze event Saturday, to celebrate Free Comic Book Day.
The event will be at the library, from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Library Associate, Dezra Rittman says they will have several activities for kids of all ages.
"We had some templates designed where they can create their own comic. We'll have some snazzy papers out and some pens and pencils."
Kids will also be able to create their own superhero.
"There will be sheets where you can create your own superhero, which is really fun. It has the outline of a superhero and then there's space to write [the superhero's] super ability, background and superhero name."
For older kids, teens and adults there will be a prize giveaway and everyone that comes will get a free comic book.
However, comic books will not be available to buy at Comic Craze but you can go to Granite City Comics to buy one.
More than 30 different comic book publishers are involved in Free Comic Book Day. Rittman says they will have a wide variety of comics including Marvel, DC, Boom Studios, Bongo Comics, Image Comics and many more at the event.
The event is free and open to the public.