Lady Robotika creators Jane Wiedlin and Bill Morrison will be at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and have released information on where you can find them.

Lady Robotika, the inter-galactic rock ‘n roll sexy cyborg heroine, is the brainchild of Jane Wiedlin (legendary guitarist for the Go-Go’s) and Bill Morrison (Eisner Award-winning creator behind The Simpsons Comics, Futurama Comics, Roswell, Little Green Man and Heroes Anonymous). The new super-heroine debuted last week to great reviews with Lady Robotika issue #1: Slaveship to the Stars!

Grammy Award-winning album art director and famed comic and pin-up artist Jim Silke ( has created a limited-edition convention-exclusive Lady Robotika cover for Slaveship to the Stars!, available for the first time during San Diego Comic-Con at the Image Comics booth for $10.

Jane Wiedlin, Bill Morrison, and Jim Silke will be attending San Diego Comic-Con, hosting Lady Robotika autographing/meet & greets, attending various parties/events, and closing out the weekend with a bash at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood.

Friday, July 23
Jane Wiedlin, Bill Morrison & Jim Silke autograph-signing
11:00am – Noon
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Image Comics booth #2729.

Saturday, July 24
Jane Wiedlin, Bill Morrison & Jim Silke autograph-signing
3:00pm – 4:00pm
Image Comics booth #2729.

Monday, July 26
Meltdown Comics Annual Comic-Con After-Party
7:00pm – 10:00pm
7522 Sunset Blvd. (Hollywood, CA)

Lady Robotika is a full-color 32-page comic published by Shadowline and Image Comics. Earthly rock star Jane Wiedlin is abducted by a rock ‘n roll-loving evil alien emperor and implanted with nanobots meant to enslave her.  His plans backfire as our guitar-slinging heroine learns to control the nanites and transforms into the super-powered cyborg galactic liberator Lady Robotika! With sexy sci-fi rock and roll space adventures to ensue…

via Image Comics


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