comicbookink.JPGIf you are in Tacoma, Washington on October 20, 2007, stop by Comic Book Ink and meet Brian Reed, who is doing a signing at the store from 1:00 until 4:00 PM.

BRIAN REED, who calls Atlanta, Georgia his home, made his foray into comic books after launching his career in the video game industry. He was the lead designer and, along with comic book superstar BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, co-writer of the ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN Video Game.  He is currently the writer of Marvel Comics’ MS MARVEL and co-writer, again with Bendis, of the NEW AVENGERS: THE ILLUMINANTI.  Upcoming projects include the CAPTAIN MARVEL mini-series for Marvel and his first creator owned title, THE CIRCLE,  through IMAGE COMICS.  Mr. Reed also is the writer of two more Video Games due later this year; SPIDER-MAN: FRIEND OR FOE from ACTIVISION and MERCENARIES 2: WORLD ON FIRE from PANDEMIC STUDIOS.  He is also makes regular contributions to his blog on

COMIC BOOK INK (located at 1625 East 72nd and Portland Avenue, Suite 800, Tacoma, WA 98404) was established in 2002 as a store that was invested in its community and in the hopes of establish the shop as a public meeting place, as well as cultural center, for those who love, or want to learn more, about comic books.  The shop was a 2005 Nominee and, the 2006 and 200, Finalist for the WILL EISNER SPIRIT of RETAILING AWARDS.

via Comic Book Ink


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