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COMICA SOCIAL CLUB

| 28 OCTOBER 2015 |



Come to Comica Social Club Because Social Media is Not a Social Life.


The Comica Social Club is a monthly meetup for people interested in comics, manga and graphic novels.

It is informal. You can chat, greet, gossip or network. Talk about your stuff, your big plan, your collection list (but we may run away) or what awaits in the reading nook?

The Comica Social Club is every last Wednesday in the month—except December.

Social Media can help you start, build and maintain relationships with people in comics all over the world. However, meeting people face to face can make your relationships even better.

Social Media accounts for about 30 per cent of all word-of-mouth contact, far less than you might think.

It means that face-to-face interaction accounts for 70 per cent of all word-of-mouth contact.

It makes sense to attend Comica Social Club whenever you can and keep up with the buzz.

There are some people not using Facebook and this Comica Social Club Newsletter is our way to stay in touch with you.

We all look forward to meeting you.

Come and Have Fun and Make New Friends!

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