Join all of our six locations for our Black Friday Sale.
40% off all DC Direct Statues
40% off all name brand high end 1/6 scale Star Wars figures
10-11AM All Funko Pops - Buy 2 Get 1 Free
1-2PM All Doormats - 30% off
4-5PM All Special Buy T-Shirts for only $5.00
3 different, 3 hour sales on Friday, November 23, 2018
Enjoy sale prices off the following:
10-1PM Novelties & Apparel 25-50% off
1-4PM Toys & Statues 20-50% off
4-7PM Graphic Novels 40% off
Visit any one of our 6 Bedrock City Comic Co. locations:
Clear Lake Area
The Heights Area
Sugar Land Area
Shadowbriar Shopping Center
*Excludes high grade golden and silver age comics.
Bedrock City Comic Co. is happy to have Ngozi Ukozi at our Washington store on Saturday, November 24th from 3-4:30 P.M.
Stop in and get her new graphic novel signed, "Check, Please!"
"Check, Please!" by Ngozi Ukazu is a hilarious and heartbreaking confessions of a figure skater turned collegiate hockey player who's terrified of checking . . . and is desperately in love with the captain of his hockey team!
Eric Bittle is a former Georgia junior figure skating champion, vlogger extraordinaire, and amateur pâtissier. But as accomplished as he is, nothing could prepare him for his freshman year of playing hockey at the prestigious Samwell University in Samwell, Massachusetts. It's nothing like co-ed club hockey back in the South! For one? There's checking. Second, there is Jack-his very attractive but moody captain.
A collection of the first half of the mega-popular webcomic series of the same name, Check, Please!: # Hockey is the first in a hilarious and stirring two-volume coming-of-age story about hockey, bros, and trying to find yourself during the best four years of your life.
About Ngozi Ukazu: She graduated from Yale University in 2013 and received a master's in sequential art in 2015 from the Savannah College of Art and Design. While she used her intensive knowledge of ice hockey to launch Check, Please! in 2013, Ngozi has a deep interest in sports that ranges from half-marathon training to basketball documentaries. Ngozi also cites '90s sitcoms as a major influence in the quirky, found-family feel of Check, Please!