Everyone has a favorite superhero movie, and true fans have
a love that you can trace back to the pages of the comic books in their bedroom
closet. National Superhero Day is April 28 this year, and the best way to
celebrate it is to head over to these comic book stores near Ballwin, MO.
Comic Relief (St. Charles)
Comic Relief has new and older comic books in stock. It also features graphic novels and a range of kid-friendly comics and action figures.
New Castle Comics and Games (Maryland Heights)
New Castle Comics and Games offers comic books as well as an array of card/table top games. It also hosts table top gaming events, so consider checking them out, if you are a gamer.
The Wizard’s Wagon (St. Louis)
The Wizard’s Wagon includes all your favorite comic books, as well as a large assortment of collectibles. This shop also hosts gaming tournaments, so keep an eye on the events schedule if you have a taste for a challenge.
Fantasy Shop Comics and Games (St. Charles)
For everything fantasy and superhero-related, Fantasy Shop Comics and Games has you covered. From comic books to “Geeky Yard Sales,” you will findyour next imaginary world to visit.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… almost! Before we get to celebrating Christmas, we have to be sure not to leave out that wonderful holiday in between – Thanksgiving! Here are a couple of ways you can celebrate Thanksgiving in St. Louis this year.
Thanksgiving Day Parade No, not the Macy’s one – St. Louis’s own! The Ameren Thanksgiving Day Parade is in its 32nd year running and just as fun (and big) as ever. This year, there are nearly 130 separate groups marching in the parade – so there’s sure to be something for everyone, from balloon animals to antique Cadillacs.
The Ameren Thanksgiving Day Parade will march from 7th Street to Market Street and kicks off at 8:45 a.m. And of course, Santa Claus will be at the end of the parade to send everybody off into the holiday season.
Hungry Turkey 5K Run Want to earn that Thanksgiving feast? Start your morning off with a run. The Hungry Turkey 5K welcomes every runner out there, from ages six and up. It’s a great activity to do with the whole family since adults and kids can register together and run together.
No matter how you celebrate Thanksgiving, it’s sure to be fun as long as your family is by your side. From all of us at ELCO Cadillac, we want to wish you a happy Thanksgiving.