Members of the Distractoron Channel were at Heroes Con last weekend, and whipped up a video showing off the work of the cosplayers at the show.
Aspen Comics is pleased to attend the Heroes Con for the first time as the publisher continues to celebrate its tenth anniversary and their “10 for 10” initiative. This weekend on June 7th – 9th in Charlotte, Aspen creators Frank Mastromauro (Shrugged, Overtaken), Peter Steigerwald (Fathom, The Zoo Hunters), Mark Roslan (Broken Pieces, BubbleGun), Cory Smith (Legend of the Shadow Clan, Broken Pieces) and Khary Randolph (Charismagic) will be appearing throughout the weekend at the Aspen Comics Booth.
This weekend, Valiant Entertainment is heading south for HeroesCon 2013 in Charlotte, NC – the largest independent comic convention in the United States!
BOOM! Studios is thrilled to continue its breakneck-paced 2013 convention tour with a return to Heroes Con from Friday, June 7th through Sunday, June 9th. The publisher will be bringing along a pair of exclusive variant covers along with fan-favorite talent.
Arena Comics is launching their first exciting new title Splitsville at HeroesCon 2012 which is being held on June 21-23 2012 in the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC.
This past weekend, the 29th annual Heroes Convention was held in Charlotte, North Carolina. I was lucky enough to attend, and boy am I tired of hoofing it. When I was not jibber jabbering to comic creators, and getting off the elevator on the wrong floor. I DID snap some pictures, so take the jump Spoilerites to see what you missed!
Image Comics is heading to Charlotte, NC for this weekend’s HeroesCon. Running June 3-5, Heroes is one of the most popular conventions on the East Coast, and Image is pleased to add the show to its convention circuit in 2011.
We somehow missed yesterday’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day – well, we know how and why we missed it, the bigger question for you to ponder is what we were doing that was more important (Hint: The answer may surprise you in the coming months). To make it up to you, we’re not featuring just one drawing, but a slew of sketches whipped up by one of our favorite artists, Gene Gonzales, from his recent HeroesCon appearance.
BOOM! Studios released the booth information, exclusives, and scheduled signings and panels at this weekend’s Heroes Con in Charolette, North Carolina.
This weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina, Archie creators, writers, and editors will be at Heroes Con 2010 doing signings and sketches. Archie Comics sent Major Spoilers a rundown of the Artist’s Alley and word on a contest the company is running at the show.
One of my favorite aspects of the comic book convention is walking around Artist’s Alley and getting original sketchs and art from the creators present.Â At Heroes Con, Roger Langridge whipped up this piece, and shared it with the world.
Did lots of sketches! Oh yes! And by the end the requests for Doctor Who/Muppet mash-ups were coming thick and fast. Unlike many previous conventions, I didn’t get to bring a slush-pile of unwanted sketches back with me, but I reconstructed this one from memory on the plane home.
So very cool.Â I wonder who ended up being the Doctor?Â Kermit?Â Fozzie?Â Statler?Â Yeah, I’m gonna go with Statler.
Over the weekend at Heroes Con, Rantz Hoseley, the editor behind Image’s â€œComic Book Tattooâ€ anthology of comics inspired by Tori Amos, unveiled Longbox, a digital comics platform that Hoseley thinks will be the iTunes of comic books.Â Hoseley is using a similar model, hoping to sell digital comics for 99-cents each.Â Already on board are Top Cow Productions and Boom! Studios.
â€œEveryone’s been talking now for half a decade about the holy grail of digital comics, and how do you solve that problem: How do you make something that everyone gets on board with?â€ Hoseley told CBR. â€œAnd rather than just kind of jump into it willy-nilly, we’ve done a lot of research and actual development on the platform prior to even discussing it with any publishers.â€
While iTunes allows you to activate five system to listen to your MP3s, the Longbox software will only allow you to read your digital comics on three devices.Â If you are interested in becoming a beta-tester, you’ll need to attend the San Diego Comic-Con panel for the low down.
From the screen shots I’ve seen, and the passion Hoseley has for the project, I hope it works.Â I also hope the company eventually opens the program to other applications beyond the PC, Mac, and Linux systems, because as soon as those eBooks come in color, it might put Longbox Digital Comics out of business.