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Joshua Fialkov signing the sold-out ‘The Bunker’ #1 at Collector’s Paradise

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Oni Press the publisher of Joshua Fialkov and Joe Infunari’s “The Bunker” announced on February 14, 2014 that the critically acclaimed first issue has sold-out at the distributor level. While the distributor may no longer have the issue in stock copies of the book may still be in stock at your local comic book retailer.

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Tomorrow night, February 15, Collector’s Paradise in Pasadena is hosting the official release party for “The Bunker” #1 featuring Fialkov signing copies of the first issue which will be in stock at the store. The event is from 7 pm to 9 pm and will have snacks and booze (for those of age).

Of particular note is that Collector’s Paradise will be accepting contributions to a time capsule to be opened upon the conclusion of “The Bunker” series. The time capsule plays off the central idea of the series which features a group of friends discovering a fallout bunker in the middle of a forest where they find letters written by them from the future.

RSVP and get more information to the event through the Collector’s Paradise Facebook event page.

If you miss out on the first issue, Oni Press is going back to print and a second printing will be available just in time for the release of the second issue. Tell your local comic book retailer to pull you a copy.


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