Dabel Brothers Productions has announced Brett Booth will make an appearance at Wizard World LA. The reclusive artist’s latest work has been on Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures and to help promote the sold out series, has agreed to sign and sketch for fans.

“We’ve been friends with Brett for years, but we’ve always had trouble talking him into attending a convention, despite the fact that fans are always begging us to bring him,” laughed Les Dabel, Vice President of Dabel Brothers Productions. “We’re thrilled that he’s agreed to come and help promote the Anita Blake series just as it begins to achieve critical mass, and we’re sure that Brett’s fans will be as excited as we are to see him attend this year’s first WizardWorld convention!”

Marvel has also sent along a five page preview of Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures #5.

Pencils and Cover by BRETT BOOTH

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The issue will go on sale March 14 for $2.99.

Wizard World LA will be held March 16th and 17th.

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  1. March 2, 2007 at 7:43 pm — Reply

    I know I whine about this all the time, but Booth’s art is so stylized that it’s nauseating, and the garish computer coloring doesn’t help. Anita looks like an alabaster dwarf, and that cover makes me worry that the Phantom of the Opera isn’t getting enough rat in his diet. He’s wasting away to nothing.

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