Free Comic Book Day 2017

Don’t miss the area’s biggest FREE comic celebration!

Join us at the Hamilton Mall on May 6th, 2017 for free comics, special guests, sales, costume contest, live music, local vendors, and so much more!


Bizarre AC

Welp…happy horrordays. Happy Holid….nevermind.

80’s & 90’s Kids

Behold: The very first commercial for The Nintendo Entertainment System: 1985, VHS tracking static and all!
The original NES system was marketed with R.O.B., the robot…this was due to the recent massive video game console crash of the early 80’s when Atari faltered. R.O.B. was used as a “trojan horse” so to speak, to get people to buy the system and get it in the doors of American homes.

What was YOUR favorite NES game?!
LIKE our page for more videos, photos, and memories from the 80’s & 90’s! First-ever Nintendo commercial in the U.S.!

Badass Comic Book Tattoos

Who has some badass superhero or comic book ink?! We’d like to see what you got in a photo comment below. The upcoming Atlantic City Tattoo Expo on Nov. 4-6 at Bally’s Atlantic City has a wealth of artists who LOVE to do this kind of thing, if you’re …

Comic Trips

‪Our galaxy is a little darker today. Goodnight, sweet princess. You were more loved than you’ll ever know. May the force be with you, always. #CarrieFisher #RIP‬ 2016 has gone too far. This is not fair.

Knee High Knuckle Buster Midget Wrestling Championship

Knee High Knuckle Buster Midget Wrestling Championship is right around the corner! Get ready for The Biggest Little Event in Atlantic City History! July 22 & 23 on S. New York Ave, be sure to listen to 100.7 WZXL for your chance at FREE tickets! A massive event of toliny proportions is happening right in Atlantic City this weekend! Knee High Knuckle Buster Midget Wrestling Championship will have a pre-party this Friday & 5 bouts of glory on Saturday.

Tickets start at just 15 bucks and the event is hosted by former WWE superstar Snitsky! You can snag your tix at and join in on the “Biggest Little Event in Atlantic City History”!

Some final thoughts on Boardwalk Con: Wednesday Morning Quarterback

According to Meet AC, the agency that tracks conventions in the city, the Atlantic City Boardwalk Con this past weekend drew more than 15,000 attendees and provided an economic impact to the city of $3.2 million. Interesting thoughts to sum up a growin…