UPDATE! Book discussion has to be cancelled due to illness. May be postponed up to a month. Sorry for the inconvenience.
One of Time Magazine’s 100 Greatest Novels, Watchmen changed superhero stories forever in this mind-bending murder mystery that will have you questioning authority forever. Pick up the book at the shop today and we’ll discuss it 7pm at the shop on the fourth Sunday of May.
Author Andrew Aydin and illustrator Nate Powell will discuss the civil rights movement, how the “March” trilogy came about and why they chose a graphic novel format. Congressman John Lewis may appear with a special video message. Afterward, the team will sign books.
Destiny City Comics is the official bookseller for the event this year. Buy the 3-book set for 15% off at your Stadium District comic shop. Will also be bringing other books by the author.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and seating is first come, first served.
This event is free thanks to the generous sponsorship of KeyBank Foundation and the Pierce County Library Foundation.
The groundbreaking graphic novel account of John Lewis’ experience of the Civil Rights movement is the Pierce County Reads book this year. Destiny City Comics is proud to be the official bookseller for the event. Pick up the book at the shop today and we’ll discuss it 7pm at the shop on the fourth Sunday of April.
In March we’re discussing one of the most highly acclaimed graphic novels of all time, Pulitzer Prize winning Maus: A Survivors Tale by Art Spiegelman.
UPDATED INFO! Instead of Zodiac Supper Club we will be meeting at Destiny City Comics (sorry for the last-minute update!). You can get the book at Destiny City Comics for 15% off with the book club discount. Stadium District’s comic shop also sells many other fine graphic novels.