Jeffrey Brown, who created Darth Vader and Son and the recently published Vader's Little Princess, both of which humorously examine what it would be like if Vader raised Luke and Leia as a single dad via comic strip panels, was doing a book signing at a local independent book store. We were late because of Hopper's vet appointment (just a check-up), which was about 1-1/2 hours long and is its own story. I thought Brown would be long gone, but figured the store would be selling signed books without a dedication. But he was still there, and I got my book signed YAY! There were also a few Star Wars characters there, so of course I had to have my picture taken with them.
Free Comic Book Day happened to land on May 4 this year, so afterwards, we went to the comic book store where I'm a regular to pick up my comics and the free Star Wars comic book. But they were all out BOO! The cashier, who also happens to be the one who collects my comics for me each week, gave me his copy. I didn't want to, but insisted that I take it. I was very impressed by the level of customer service YAY!
All in all, it was a perfect Star Wars Day :-)
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