Press Release

In their first appearance at the Phoenix Comicon 2012 on May 24-27th, Aspen Comics will be offering many new and exclusive books and prints along with a host of Aspen creators. In attendance at the Aspen Comics Booth #900 throughout the weekend will be creators Frank Mastromauro (Shrugged, Dellec), Peter Steigerwald (Lady Mechanika, Soulfire), Mark Roslan (Broken Pieces), J.T. Krul (Soulfire, Mindfield) and Joe Benitez (Lady Mechanika) at the Aspen Comics Booth, with Aspen artists Mike DeBalfo (Soulfire) and Tony Parker (Dead Man’s Run) also in attendance at the show in Artist’s Alley.

The publisher will be offering a special Fathom: Kiani #2 Phoenix Comicon 2012 cover by newly announced Soulfire Volume 4 artist and Arizona native Mike DeBalfo with colors by Beth Sotelo. The special Phoenix Comicon exclusive will be limited to only 500 copies and fans are encouraged to visit the Aspen Comics Booth early to secure their copy.

Aspen will also be offering a special Lady Mechanika #2 Outlaw Exclusive Edition that will be debuting at the show, featuring an all new cover by creator Joe Benitez and Peter Steigerwald, limited to 1500 copies. Fans are also strongly encouraged to arrive at the Aspen Comics Booth #900 early to ensure their copy.

An exciting new line of Aspen’s industry-leading art prints will be released at the show featuring the latest version of the Aspen Tour Print 2012 by Aspen founder and legend Michael Turner and Peter Steigerwald. In addition to the Aspen Tour Print, the publisher will also be offering new prints featuring covers from popular titles such as Fathom, Soulfire, Lady Mechanika, Executive Assistant Iris and more.

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via Aspen Comics

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Stephen Schleicher

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