Giveaway: TWO families will win tickets to see Intergalactic Nemesis at WAC!

Note from the mamas: So sorry, but we just received word from Walton Arts Center that the Intergalactic Nemesis show will not be taking place in NWA. But look for another awesome Walton Arts Center giveaway starting Monday on nwaMotherlode! You’ll love it.

“Delightful! Timelessly Cool! A Blast!” – Houston Chronicle

“Out of This World!”Dallas Morning News

“If you haven’t seen it, what are you waiting for? – Austin Chronicle

We can’t wait to add our review after the show! We’re so pumped about seeing Intergalactic Nemesis on February 4, and we want you to be there, too! Wanna go? We’re giving away TWO four-ticket family packs to this live-action graphic novel show! The giveaway also includes dinner for both winners at U.S. Pizza Co., so it’s the perfect family outing!

ABOUT THE SHOW: At the height of the Great Depression, an adventure begins….

They’re here! Those sludge-monsters from the planet Zygon are invading Northwest Arkansas, and they’re armed with dangerous weapon: original artwork by the incomparable Tim Doyle. The story of Pulitzer-winner Molly Sloan and her intrepid assistant Timmy Mendez has toured the nation in the form of a radio drama, but now…

Imagine 1,250 hand-drawn full-color action-packed images projected one-by-one onto a huge screen! Imagine three actors voicing dozens of characters! Imagine one sound engineer creating hundreds of sound effects before your very eyes! Imagine being swept away by the incredible original music! Imagine a story that transports you from Rumania to Scotland to Tunis to the far reaches of outer space! But wait! You don’t need to imagine it…

The Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel is coming to Walton Arts Center for you to experience IN PERSON. This is one show you don’t want to miss!

Note: It’s recommended for kids ages 7 and up. We like that there’s no inappropriate language or innuendo in the show!

ABOUT THE FOOD: Kids and pizza just go together, right? So we’re sending the winning families to chow down at a Dickson Street favorite: U.S. Pizza. We love that they use old-fashioned stone hearth ovens. The pizzas cook for at at least 25 minutes in the big ovens and are totally.worth.the.wait.

U.S. Pizza is also famous for delicious salads! This is a very kid-friendly atmosphere and it’s a great place for families to hang out before or after a Walton Arts Center show. (Click here to see the U.S. Pizza menu.)

HOW TO ENTER: To throw your name in the hat for the show and the pizza, just click on the orange comment button below and tell us what your child would be called if (s)he were a comic book character. Lego-man? Super Stinky Diaper Boy? Right now, my tween daughter could probably play a great Mistress Moody! If you’re not feeling creative, just tell us which superhero is popular around your house. (Superman? Batman? Wonder Woman? Higgyltown Heroes? Wonder Pets?)

You may also enter the giveaway drawing via email by sending your answer to Winners are always chosen at random.

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR ODDS: As always, we give extra chances to win to mamas who help us spread the word about the giveaway. Just email your friends and family about the giveaway and we’ll give you an extra chance to win for every person you tell. Just be sure to put on the CC line of your email so we can give you proper credit.

If you want to make sure you have tickets to this out-of-this-world show, click HERE or call the Walton Arts Center Box Office at 479-443-5600 to reserve tickets. Good luck in the drawing!


  1. My oldest son was Star War Crazed…all of his superheroes were Jedi! Now my younger son is all about Batman…or just about any other superhero that comes in the form of an action figure.

  2. My son would have to be “Flash Jayden” the boy is always on the go!!

  3. Although we do have super hero wars amongst our grown children…Batman vs. Superman….our 12 year old daughter is the spitting image of “Po”. We call her “BayPo”!!

  4. My son would be called Grouchy Pants if the comic takes place in the AM and if the comic takes place any other time of day he would be called Happy Go Lucky. So hope we win, I could use some Super Mom point. : )

  5. One of our boys would be LEGO Man and the other would be Bible Man… They are too stinkin’ cute! They love pizza, comics and aliens, so what a special treat this would be 🙂

  6. My boys are 12 and would absolutely LOVE this show! The two of them love action stories and superhero movies and games.

  7. My son would be the Invisible Man – because we never see him anymore. He’s either in his room playing xbox or down the street at his friends house…

  8. My son would be Sheldon, the Supermind. One time he was at an event where they were telling he should never take drugs and he told us, “I would never do drugs, my mind is WAY TOO valuable.” 🙂

  9. Mine would be the Titan twins. They do love super heroes and would love this show.

  10. My 21 month old son would have to be Captain Amazing. Everything he does amazes us!

  11. My son would be Dr. NO – we can’t get him to do anything! =) He could also be the Mars Marvel – he loves anything to do with space exploration and would love to see this show!

  12. My oldest son SUPER LEGO MAN! My daughter would be CURIOUS CAT GIRL! Second son SUPER SLY ROCK MAN! My youngest boy SWEET CHEEKS!

  13. My boy would be “Jumperoo” and my little girl would be “The Screamer”..

  14. my teenage son: something that would require eye rolling and the statement “” My 9 year old daughter “creative cat”

  15. My two would go by the names Captain Obvious (he thinks he knows most everything at almost 8) and Captain Chatterbox (he nonstop tells his older brother that he does NOT know everything)!!

  16. My 13yo keeps talking about this show!! She knows its history and would love to see the stage production — booking a ticket under Violet Vale, I’m sure. She has a couple of siblings who would join in a heartbeat. We’ll call them Super Puffy and Escape Goat.

  17. My son wants to be batman or spiderman and my daughter would love to be superwoman.

  18. Finn loves those Yugi-oh guys with names that I don’t even understand, like Advanced Crystal Beast Emerald Tortoise!

  19. Sneaky boy would be my son. He is always hiding things that he has done so that I am able to find the gifts for later. The only problem is they are gifts I am not very happy about. 🙂

  20. Lego basket shooter will duke it out with Blonde Loudboy and Dr Video to see who will be in the final round with Miss Priss to take charge of this place called Razorback Country!

  21. My little ham LOVES LOVES Dora the Explorer, Boots, Isa, and the gang. However, she is my little Tiggerette, with her GREAT ambition of climbing, hopping, jumping and wanting to fly hight enough to touch the “sky.” She definitely keeps me on my “toes”, tee hee.

  22. My daughter would be a Diva Dancing machine. She loves to dance and has alot of energy!

  23. My son is grown but was into Star Wars big time, and so is his son. But my two youngest grandsons both are into Batman and Iron Man. They both LOVE to costume for super heroes ALL the time!

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