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Digital comics publisher Lion Forge Comics is hitting Stan Lee’s Comikaze with a bang. Kicking off Comikaze, Lion Forge is hosting an action-packed panel discussing its ‘80s-inspired and original titles going to print, including Airwolf, Knight Rider, Miami Vice, Saved by the Bell, Crystal Cadets and so much more. Plus, Lion Forge will reveal a new reimagined issue of an ‘80s classic from the creative minds of Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood.

 

Fans can catch the Lion Forge Comics panel at 12:00 pm on Sunday, Nov. 2. Hosted by Lion Forge Editor-in-Chief Shannon Eric Denton in room 308AB, the panel will focus on Lion Forge Comics’ newest partnership with IDW Publishing and upcoming titles that will be available both in print and digitally. Panelists include Jonathan London, Brandon Easton (Andre the Giant), Geoffrey Thorne (Knight Rider), Joelle Sellner (Wonderous, Saved By The Bell, Punky Brewster), Mairghread Scott (Sabre Riders), Anne Toole (Crystal Cadets), Rob Worley (Airwolf) and Tom Pinchuk (Roboy).

Back at the Lion Forge booth, fans can meet with Lion Forge executives Denton and Ike Reed. Attendees can find the Lion Forge booth at table 1516.

About Lion Forge Comics

Lion Forge is a St. Louis-based transmedia studio with a focus on digital publishing. With both original and licensed titles, Lion Forge brings together the brightest talent to acquire and develop content and character franchises within the comic book, television, film and interactive gaming industries. Lion Forge applies cinematic elements to each property to create compelling, story-driven experiences from start to finish, bringing unique entertainment experiences to both traditional and digital marketplaces. For more information, please visit www.lionforge.com or the Lion Forge Facebook and Twitter pages.

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