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2nd Annual Halloween Comicfest

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With Halloween just around the corner, people of all ages are out and about this weekend ready to show off their costumes.

Action Jackson Comics welcomes families for their 2nd Annual Halloween Comicfest.

Action Jackson Comics is giving away free comics to its customers and is holding a costume contest.

One little boy dressed up as Batman who he says is his favorite superhero.

Jackson Bird, the owner of Action Jackson Comics has loved comics ever since he was little.

Watching others, especially children, show an interest in them is his favorite part about this day.

"Seeing the kids show up. You know, the kids and the costumes. Anytime the kids show up to get some comic books, you know, it's all about getting the kids to read and if they feel comfortable reading comic books and eventually graduating to bigger books, that's the thing I like about it," says Jackson Bird, Owner of Action Jackson Comics.

Action Jackson Comics will be posting photos of those who dress up and will post them on their Facebook page.

Whoever gets the most "likes" in each age category will win a prize.

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