PORTLAND, Ore. — April is Portland Comic Book Month. In fact, it is the 10th anniversary of Portland Comic Book Month and the city is celebrating by holding a party a City Hall.

On April 4, from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m., Commissioner Chloe Eudaly is hosting the celebration at City Hall.

Floating World Comics will be in attendance with several local artists, comic book creators, educators, and publishers. 

There will also be pizza provided by Sizzle Pie and beverages from Lion Heart Kombucha. I mean what is more Portland than comics, pizza, and kombucha? 

Looking for more information on the event? Here's the Facebook Event invite.

There are events all month long:

April 1 - Trans Folks and CIS Women in Comics Happy Hour 

April 4 - City Hall Comicon and Opening Party

April 5 - Leaving Richard's Valley Release Party with Michael DeForge

April 13 - Michaelle Nguyen and Ben Fisher signing

April 15 - Comics Workshop with Gridlords

April 17 - Mage book release and signing with Matt Wagner and MK Reed and Johnathan Hill signing.

April 20 - Comic History Lecture 

April 26 - Book signing with Tokoyo's Tetsunori Tawaraya

April 28 - Underpants and Overbites Webcomics Meet-Up and Bill Griffith/ Nobody's Fool: The Life and Times of Schlitzie the Pinhead

April 29 - Mo Welch Conversation about How to Die Alone: The Foolproof Guide to Not Helping Yourself. Comic reading with Liz Yerby

May 1 - the Nib "Empire" Magazine Issue Release Party

Portland is a hub for comic creators from indie to well-known. The events over the next month will celebrate comics in Portland. Hope to see you at one!

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Destiny Johnson is a digital investigative reporter at KGW. She also reviews comics once a week on YouTube and likes to chat on Twitter @hello_destiny.