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“Pay What You Wish” Day at The Cartoon Art Museum

Updated: Aug 06, 2011 10:33
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The Cartoon Art Museum is one of the greatest museums in San Francisco.  Where else can you find your favorite comic books, graphic novels, animated characters and more, both past and present?

The first “Toonsday” of every calendar month the Cartoon Art Museum holds a “Pay What You Wish” Day.  For us broke asses, that likely is not much.  This Tuesday, July 5th, you will have the opportunity to check out upwards of 6,000 pieces of cartoon art for virtually nothing, if not entirely FREE.  Check out the link to their site above for more information.

Take yourself back to the days when you dug cartoons.  If you still do, come check out some cool and unique pieces of the cartoon culture.

“Pay What You Wish” Day
Tuesday, July 5th – 11:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Cartoon Art Museum
655 Mission Street [SOMA]

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