Join us on January 22nd here at #Baderbrau Brewing Company for a one-of-a-kind event for those who love music, art, and comics: Audiophiles & Superheroes!
From 12PM — 6PM, the brewery floor will be open to the public for a local «bazaar of vinyl records and comic books.» This event is FREE.
DRINK A BEER WITH JAMES AT THE FIRST AID COMICS BOOTH.
(Assuming you are 21 years of age!)
They will also have artists paint LIVE on premise and display their prints. Vinyl records, comic books, vintage toys, coins, etc. will all be available for sale to the general public.
They will have a DJ spinning records on site. All draft beers are $6.
Food truck TBD.
2515 South Wabash :: See you there!
Little Italy 11:00 – 5:00pm
Hyde Park 11:00 – 7:00pm
*** Call first if coming late we may close early if we don’t stay busy.***
BOTH LOCATIONS CLOSED
Back Monday! Come see us before the New Year!
Written by Timothy Compton
When a young girl falls victim to a cult known as The Order of the Dragon a psychologist recruits a defected member to help find her. The two unlikely partners begin an investigation which blurs the line between the natural and the supernatural as they are thrust into the middle of a mob war led by Dracula and other monsters.
HYDE PARK STORE SIGNING:
Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 at 6pm
Come out to meet local comic writer
Writer of Monster City and more!
Click on the link below to check out this Chicago Tribune story, shared by one of our regulars….
By Christopher Borrelli, Chicago Tribune (TNS)
Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/TNS Chicago artist and longtime black comics collector Kerry James Marshall shows his copy of a “Luke Cage” comic book featuring the first black superhero. Netflix has adapted “Luke Cage” for a TV series.