Showing posts from October, 2010

Halloween In Hampden 2010

Merry Goth Xmas, everyone! Bring your kids down to Hampden this afternoon between 5-6 for trick or treating up and down the Avenue and Falls Road at participating stores.

We have special free Halloween comics for kids (of all ages)! They're also available online for our out of town customers to add to your orders for free today!

Remember the costume contest starts at 6:30 in front of Ma Petite Shoe.

Night of 100 Elvises

Tickets for the 17th Night of 100 Elvises are here at Atomic Books! Cash or check only.

RIP Timm Potee

Heroes & Villains 2

Heroes&Villains2, originally uploaded by sugarfreak. October 29th at the Windup Space.

It was crazy fun last year!

Casting Call: Punks & Goths

Still rocking that punk look?

During the holidays, does your mom still complain you look a little too morbid?

Turn that style into cash!

There's an all day film shoot going on in Baltimore this Friday, October 22 and they're looking for Punk and Goth extras.

It pays $7.25 an hour - but you get a shot at cinematic immortality.

If you're interested, email your contact info and a picture of yourself to Taylor Royal.

X'ed Out

x'edout, originally uploaded by sugarfreak. 2010 - the year of the comic! New Charles Burns is in and in color! When was the last time Charles Burns, Dan Clowes (Wilson), Pete Bagge (Hate Annual), Chris Ware (Acme Novelty #20), Lynda Barry (Picture This) and Seth (Palookaville #20) all had new books out at the same time?

Dazzler Comes To Baltimore

In the new issue of Marvel's Strange Tales II, Jillian Tamaki's story "The After-Party..." lands Dazzler in Baltimore to play a gig where, after the show, she encounters evil scenesters Bawdy Morass and a battle ensues!

Honestly, this sort of thing happens here all the time. Touring superhero bands - you've been warned.

Plush Books

bookplush, originally uploaded by sugarfreak. For her signing last night, Heidi Kenney made adorable plush books to go with her book, Every Day's a Holiday.

We still have a few signed copies left at the store!

Maryland Film Festival Presents THE THING

Gunky's Basement is an exciting new Maryland Film Festival project - a series of 5 genre films curated and hosted by two Baltimoreans, musician Dan Deacon and artist/filmmaker Jimmy Joe Roche.

The first film in Gunky’s Basement has just been announced, and will take place at The Charles on Thursday October 21st at 9pm: John Carpenter’s THE THING!

Tickets on sale now at Atomic Books for $5!

Heidi Kenney Book Event

heidikenneyevent, originally uploaded by sugarfreak. Heidi Kenney will be Atomic Books to sign her latest book, Every Day's a Holiday and talk about her process as a crafter and artist.

There'll be cupcakes and special goodie bags for all who attend.

Also, Tony from Celebrated Summer Records did a special tshirt collaboration with Heidi, which will be available that night only.

And finally, don't forget, Heidi's new enamel zipper pulls from KidRobot are now in stock!

Revenge Of Print 2011

RevengeOfPrint2011, originally uploaded by sugarfreak. We're tired of all the END OF PAPER, the END OF PUBLISHING AS WE KNOW IT stories. We've been hearing and reading about it ever since we've been open (which is going on almost 20 years now).

So for 2011, we've decided to throw a challenge out there. If you've ever made a zine or mini comic MAKE ONE MORE ISSUE. Come on, you've got one more in you! Maybe you were thinking in the back of your head you'd do another issue one day. Now is the time.

Join the group for discussion and more plans. This is just the beginning.

Sponsored by us and our friends at Quimby's.

Atomic Fiction Series

whatisallthisforestofsurethings, originally uploaded by sugarfreak. This Thursday, October 7th, we'll have Stephen Dixon and Megan Snyder-Camp here reading from their new books! 7-9pm.

Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain - October Book Pick

Can you believe it's been 10 years since Kitchen Confidential came out? It's this month's Reading Club book, and as always we'll meet the last Wednesday of the month at Atomic Books, 7pm to discuss!