In Episode 415, we’re kicking off 2020 with a fun conversation with Richard Rivera, the creator of Stabbity Bunny, and artist Chris Hamer!
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Just when I thought I’d seen everything possible in the comic con universes, along came Dragon Con! I had heard it was crowded in the past, and there were a lot of people there, but the benefits far outweighed any potential inconveniences!
On Saturday, April 20, I attended the Grand Opening of the Scout Comics and Entertainment HQ in Fort Myers, Florida. It was a great event, with several creators from Scout were there!
Every once in a while I encounter a comics company I’ve never heaters of, and that makes me curious about them and their books.
Well, at the recent Baltimore Comic-Con I came across the latest of these groups, and that was AHOY Comics.
This past weekend, the Infinity Toy & Comics Show was held just outside Orlando, Florida. One of their guests was my friend and Indie comics creator Richard Rivera from Stabbity Bunny. Of course, I was there to help him out. It was a fun, albeit smaller con.
It’s hard to believe, but this year’s San Diego Comic Con has already concluded! It was a fun one, with lots and lots of news in the industry as well as related TV shows and movies. MajorSpoilers again led the pack with SDCC news and coverage!
irst up is the return of Richard Rivera, creator of Stabbity Bunny, who has new issues coming soon! Then everything wraps up with Sylvester Edmonds, who brought together his Indie series Realm of Spirits: Birth of a Living Storm.
Once again, it looks like Free Comic Book Day has accomplished its main goal – to bring awareness of local comics shops wherever it is held.
This week, Richard Rivera, the creator of Stabbity Bunny, is back to update us on the Stabbity-verse
It’s only a few days until Halloween … tomorrow night, in fact! I just returned…
This past weekend, I attended one of my favorite cons, the 2017 edition of the Baltimore Comic-Con! Something happened that distracted from the event… for the second year in a row!
This past weekend, I was helping behind a vendor’s table at the 2017 Heroes Con, held in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was the 35th year the con has been held!
This week, Richard Rivera, the creator of the Stabbity Bunny Indie comic, is back to update us on the Stabbity-verse.
There was a lot of discussion at this convention about the perception that dealers – those folks who sell things at cons – took in significantly less money than last year.