Aspen Comics, publisher of Michael Turner’s Fathom and Soul re, and other top-selling hits such as Lola XOXO, Jirni and more, has announced their upcoming appearance for this summer’s Planet Comicon 2016. In addition to Aspen’s largest creator appearance at Planet Comicon to date, the publisher is also planning an exclusive comic book, full size prints, and other con-exclusive items for the weekend to be revealed soon.

Planet Comicon Kansas City is the region’s largest premier comic book and pop culture convention. With a 17-year history, it has grown to be the largest show in the Kansas City area.

Aspen MLT, Inc. is an entertainment publishing company founded in January 2003 by superstar comic artist Michael Turner. Priding itself on producing entertainment properties of the highest quality visual and storytelling elements Along with their own successful properties such as Fathom, Soul re, Executive Assistant: Iris, Lola XOXO and more. Aspen also collaborates with the comic industry’s most successful companies and endeavors including Marvel Comics and DC Entertainment. Aspen has collaborated with Marvel for various hit projects, including cover work for the best-selling events Civil War, World War Hulk, and Ultimatum. Aspen collaborated with DC Comics to provide covers for such best-selling titles as Superman/Batman: The Return of Supergirl, The Justice League of America, and Eisner-nominated covers for the critically acclaimed, best-selling Identity Crisis series. In 2006, Aspen joined forces with television giant NBC to create the online comic adaptations for the hit television series Heroes. In 2012, Aspen teamed up with Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Entertainment to produce the horror-adventure series Dead Man’s Run, as well as collaborating with director McG’s Wonderland Sound and Vision to produce the horror comic Haunted City. Aspen also produced the one-of-a-kind Anarchy digital graphic novel for the popular body spray company, Axe. In 2015, Aspen acquired fellow publisher Big Dog Ink as an imprint of the publisher, furthering expanding their line of titles.

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