We’re told a few tickets are left for a special signing with Neil Gaiman:

Comix Experience is very proud to announce, as part of its ongoing 20th anniversary celebration, a rare San Francisco reading/Q&A/Signing with acclaimed author Neil Gaiman on Sunday, July 19th from 11 AM to 12:30 PM.

Only 100 people will be accommodated, and they must secure a ticket ahead of time. Tickets will be given for free to the first 100 people to purchase Mr. Gaiman’s latest collection, Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader, from Comix Experience. Retail price: $24.99.

Preorders for the book can be taken immediately by visiting Comix Experience at 305 Divisadero St. (at Page) in San Francisco, or by calling 415-863-9258 from 11-7 Monday-to-Saturday, Sundays 12-5, PST.

MUST read: The story behind the signing by Brian Hibbs.


  1. We’ve still got tickets, and the phones will open again at 11 AM (PST) — we’ve only one phone line, and if it takes 90 seconds per person to process (generous), I expect we’ll have tix through to at least 1 PM? Don’t let a busy signal dissuade you!

    I’ll change the original posting once we sell out.

    Though, honestly, just showing up at the store before noon would probably be much easier for most people…


  2. “nevermind, it’s Hibbs” wasn’t meant as any kind of insult.
    just means i clicked on the link and found out that it was you on my own