SDrevisedlogo_bk.jpgIf you are a comic artist in waiting, here is some welcome news. This year, at the New York Comic Con, Silent Devil’s new Editor-in-Chief Lauren Perry, and David Wohl will be at the booth to review portfolios. If you wish to have your portfolio reviewed on Friday, February 23rd, you’ll have to send samples via email to Lauren Perry (sareara@gmail.com). Each day 10 people will be selected to have their work reviewed.

If you aren’t an artist, don’t worry, you can pick up a free copy of Runes of Ragnan #1 just by stoppig by the booth (while supplies last).

Silent Devil has a lot going on at the show including a major panel on Saturday and a long list of crew members available for meet and greet.

Saturday, Feb. 24
Home of the Indies: Silent Devil in 2007
7:00 pm in Room 1E02

Independent studio and publisher Silent Devil announces their 2007 plans and discusses “Hollywood and the graphic novel”. Featured guests include John Leekley, the writer/producer of Spawn The Animated Series, Silent Devil Publisher Christian Beranek, Dracula vs. King Arthur co-creator Adam Beranek and Witchblade co-creator David Wohl.

Stop by booth #751 to meet the crew:
John Leekley (Amerikan Freak, Kompany X founder, Emmy Winner for Spawn)
David Wohl (Executive Assistant, Witchblade)
Christian Beranek (Dracula vs. King Arthur, Willow Creek, Se7en)
Adam Beranek (Dracula vs. King Arthur, World of Me, Se7en)
Greg Lauren (Sapien, Batman)
Josh Medors (Runes of Ragnan, Willow Creek, G.I. Joe)
M. Sean McManus (The Last Sin of Mark Grimm)
Tony DiGerolamo (Super Frat, The Simpsons comics)
Pat Loika (HoCal, Path to Armageddon)
Jennie Breeden (The Devil’s Panties)
Dennis Calero (Sapien, X-Factor)
Denny Williams (Willow Creek)
Chris Burke (Silent Forest, Silent Devils)
Tony Fleecs (In My Lifetime)
A. David Lewis (Empty Chamber)

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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