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[Comics ] New Issue of the FREE Florida Based Comic Magazine Space Coast Commix
August 10, 2014  //  By:   //  Behind The Art, Latino Comic  //  No Comment   //   804 Views


Space Coast Comixx is not only the first, but only free monthly comic magazine that focuses on creating a promotional and informational outlet covering local events, business profiles, interviews, full reviews, and articles from local artists.  It’s a magazine designed to help promote you and grow your business.

Space Coast Comixx is currently distributed in more than 30 locations, with the distribution network is growing daily.  Some of the locations where the Magazine is available are at Florida Tech, Hilton Rialto, Famous Faces and Funnies, Game Changer, Tropical Smoothie Café, Eau Gallie Library, and more. Although the print issue is currently only available in Brevard County, Florida you can download the digital edition completely free on their website. The link is below.

The September issue which is now out is the fourth issue of the series and is a tie-in to the 80’s in the Park festival happening September 26-28. The cover is 80’s themed, and there is an exclusive, new short story set in the 80’s. This issue is set to be the biggest yet!  Then for the October issues is already planned out and will have stories and art by amazing guest artists such as Pete Hernandez III, Nino Mesarina, and Charles Apellaniz just to name a few.

Check out their website for the complete list because it’s growing daily. Pick up a copy today,or downloaded the digital copy HERE and join the invasion! 

Space Coast Comixx


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About the Author :

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently live in Simi Valley, CA. I've worked as on air talent in both English & Spanish radio, as well as formed part of Latin Marketing for major record labels. In recent years I have lead development artist campaigns.

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