Bob’s Burgers goes Rivet!

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Hit TV show Bob’s Burgers is releasing their first comic book issue, and Kidrobot retailer Rivet gets a very special shout out with an exclusive retailer cover! This issue 1 variant features Beefsquatch in all his glory with cover artwork by Tony Gennaro and Bernard Derriman. Basically, Rivet lives next door to Bob’s Burgers on this cover that is a low edition of only 500. Maybe that is why Beefsquatch is in a hurry to get to the store?

To mark this special occasion, Rivet is throwing an epic release event tonight August 27th at 6pm!

Join Rivet for a night of fan celebration.  A mini ball pit raffle featuring giveaways of Bob’s Burgers products donated by Bento Box Entertainment and Alison Rose. A complimentary video game station hosted by Game Stop featuring the game Order Up!  OH! Burgers food truck will be close-by featuring a Burger Of The Day along with the rest of their menu. Special thanks to Derek Stewart who will be offering his screen and projector services that will feature Bob’s Burgers episodes and complimentary hamburger cupcakes will be available thanks to Claressa and The Ladybird Seat.  Be sure to also check out the BUTTS art exhibit. Remember the Art Crawl? Well we will have our ode to that episode with a mini BUTTS art show. Participating artists include Adam Brouillette, Charlotte Belland, Donna Estep, Jen Wrubleski, Katie Arends, Lexie Holliday, Maggy O’Reilly, Mark Eberhardt, Michelle Amos, Sabrina Von Netzer, Sharon Dorsey and Stephanie Livingston.
Dress up as your favorite character and enjoy an evening in the world of Belchers! Bring along any fan art or handcrafted props that are seen in the episodes. Bring yourself and have a good time as well as support Rivet by purchasing one of the exclusive Rivet cover comic issues online or in-store.

So much fun and congrats Laura and all of rivet!
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Fun trivia:
Did you know this isn’t the first time that Rivet has gotten a cool shoutout before? Look in Doktor A’s D. J. Gramo Mechtorian at what the record is called.