On Saturday, December 6, from 10 am – 3 pm IDW will be having a parking lot sale! With special guests. A number of comic book creators will be on hand offering free autographs on their work, including Ben Templesmith (Wormwood, 30 Days of Night), Chris Ryall (Clive Barker’s The Great and Secret Show, Zombies vs. Robots), and Chris Mowry (Transformers).

The sale gives IDW a chance to thank fans for their continued support and for helping with the company’s phenomenal growth over the past few years. IDW was recently ranked No. 4 comic book publisher in the United States by Diamond Comic Distributors.

The sale is primarily intended to free up space in IDW’s warehouse for the company’s expanded and exciting line up of titles in 2009.

“Our warehouse manager is literally buried,” says IDW’s Chief Operating Officer, Greg Goldstein. “After 10 years of publishing, it’s only natural that the boxes have piled up because of accidental print overruns, books that were set aside as office copies, books intended for reviewers and others earmarked for promotional purposes. Time to get them out of here.”

The sale will be held in IDW’s parking lot, 5080 Santa Fe St, San Diego, CA 92109.

IDW is offering new comics for $1 each (Reg. $3.99 cover). Titles include — subject to availability — 30 Days of Night, Transformers, Star Trek, Wormwood, Spike, Fallen Angel, Dr. Who, Scarface, Gene Simmons, Metal Gear Solid, Clive Barker, Zombies vs. Robots, and CSI.


Trade paperbacks / collections will be $5 each (Reg. $19.95-$24.95 each).

Other books, comics and magazines will be up to 80% OFF cover price.

Most items are brand new; some with nicks and dings.

There will also be some limited edition and signed editions TBD, along with special surprises.

For example:

· Signed and numbered, limited edition copies of Clive Barker’s Thief of Always (hardcover) only $10!
· Limited edition Zombies vs. Robots Bertie statue regularly priced at $350 will be reduced to $250.

(All prices are in effect day of sale only and are not applicable online.)

Giveaways with every purchase.

Cash or major credit cards accepted; no checks.

1 COMMENT

  1. Sounds like a plan to go down to San Diego other than worrying about expensive hotel accommodations for once.

    And maybe after, I could hang out at Lou’s Records, catch up on my prog and maybe drop in on my old neighbor Mary F in Leucadia to discuss with her doing the cover to my newest Dep…

    Oh wait, I’m not supposed to say anything….

    Now what area in town is Santa Fe St??

    ~

    Coat

  2. Not that I need more books, but I’m seriously considering the question of how many trades it would take for the discount to offset the cost of driving down to San Diego.

  3. ” ‘Our warehouse manager is literally buried…’

    I hope he was dead first. ”

    I’m happy to report that Alonzo is indeed alive, but feels like the living dead some days.

    Sante Fe Street is in P.B., I mean Pacific Beach, right by the 5, er, Interstate 5. You know, right behind the In-N-Out.

    To think, I’ve only been in San Diego for a couple years and I’m already all localized. Well, almost. :)

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