Let’s Play! Comic Book BINGO

Comic Book BINGO  Image: Dakster Sullivan
Comic Book BINGO Image: Dakster Sullivan

While surfing Facebook the other day, I found a BINGO card for readers and immediately tried to see if I could fill the card with books I’ve read.

I started to realize that I had a mix of novels and comics that I was trying to fit onto the card and then it hit me…why not make a BINGO card of my own, specifically for comic books?

BANG!

A few hours later after looking over my own comic book shelf and pulling my brain apart, I had my BINGO card. In my excitement to create my game, I overlooked the fact that it’s my game and I can’t even get a BINGO. Well, it looks like I’ve given myself a challenge and it’s one I’m going to be skipping all the way to the comic book store to complete.

Here’s how to play!

  • Each square has a reading requirement. If you have read a title that fits the description, you get a check mark on that square.
  • Each title can be used only once (for example: If you use Guardians of the Galaxy as a “Best-Selling Title” then you can’t use it for the “Series that is now a TV show or a movie”).
  • BINGO is achieved when you have filled an entire row either horizontally, diagonally, or vertically.

So, can you claim Comic Book BINGO champion? How many squares can you fill?

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Dakster Sullivan is a network administrator by day and a cosplayer by night. She loves discovering new books to read, tech to play with, and ways to express her herself. She has anxiety and depression and strives to educate others about these invisible illnesses.