Saturday, August 28, 2010

Read Comics In Public Day

Today is Read Comics In Public Day.  For the genesis of this day go here and read.  This is for all those people who read comics but are secretly ashamed of it.  Don't be ashamed!  I've never been afraid to show that I read comics.  When I used to take public transportation I would read whatever new comics I might have purchased that day.  The thing when to do when taking a public bus is to always be reading, a novel, a comic, whatever.  It just makes the trip quicker.  So if you have a comic read it in public today.

1 comment:

Travis Cody said...

I think I mostly got over my embarrassment about reading non-adult material when I read the Harry Potter books. If I enjoy the story it doesn't matter if it's a kids book or a comic book or something else.

If I had a comic book, I would have read it in public!

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