PRESS RELEASE – The Baltimore Comic-Con returns September 22-24, 2017 to the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Tickets are now available.
It used to be called “Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find,” but these days it’s known to many simply as “Heroes Con.” Officially, it’s known as the Heroes Convention Charlotte, and the 2015 event just ran this past weekend, from Friday, June 19, through Sunday, June 21.
Press Release Buy your tickets now for the 2015 Baltimore Comic-Con, taking place the weekend of September 25-27, 2015 at the Baltimore Comic-Con. This year, the Baltimore Comic-Con welcomes back Richard Case, Todd Dezago, Chris Kemple, Craig Rousseau, Rich Woodall, and Kelly Yates.
It’s a great comics week, so we’re celebrating the release of The Perhapanauts: Danger Down Under #5 of 5 here at the Wayne’s Comics podcast, now at MajorSpoilers.Com! I’m re-airing my recent fun interview with Todd Dezago, one of the creators of this popular comics franchises , who talks with me about how the characters came to be and what the miniseries is all about. He also discusses other projects he’s been working on, so you’ll enjoy hearing what he has to say! To learn more about these fun comics, go to their website at perhapanauts.com! Then I talk with
Press Release TwoMorrows Publishing, now in its 15th year of celebrating the art and history of comics and LEGO, is heading to Comic-Con International booth #1301 with several new items hot off the presses, some astonishing LEGO creations, and a colossal half-price sale on books and magazines.
Unfortunately, there’ll be no new Hellboy Animated movies following the stumble the movie had at the box office (don’t blame Hellboy, blame The Dark Knight).Â The third animated movie, The Phantom Claw, is being kept close to the chest until such a time the idea might be pitched to the Cartoon Network or other network featuring animated fare. So what is writer/producer Tad Stones up to?
17 June 2008 (Berkeley, CA) – This upcoming weekend, Charlotte, NC’s HeroesCon once again plays host to Image Comics, with guests and panels galore! “HeroesCon is a darned fine funnybook show,” Image Comics Publisher Erik Larsen said. “In an age when outside media like movies and video games have taken over most conventions, Shelton Drumm and his dedicated team consistently keep Heroes focused on what matters most to those of us in the world of contemporary pictorial literature – a bona-fide COMIC BOOK convention that’s fun for the whole family!” In addition to the overwhelming number of Image creators attending,
CHARLOTTE, NC (June 16, 2008) When Mike Wieringo abruptly passed away last August, the comics industry lost more than a great artist and creator â€“ it lost a friend. Now, Mikeâ€™s family has teamed with the Savannah College of Art and Design to create The Mike Wieringo Scholarship or â€œThe â€˜Ringoâ€ to help keep his spirit of generosity alive. Created by Mikeâ€™s brother Matt and his sister-in-law Suzanne, the â€˜Ringo is designed to help provide similar help to artists at the Savannah College of Art and Design or SCAD. Domestic and international students with have a minimum 3.0 grade point
You can not escape the myriad of schedule and booth signing posts on this site! Next up – Image Comics! “For whatever reason New York has been a tough city to hold a convention, but the folks behind the New York Comic Con have pulled it off better than anyone could imagine,” said Image Comics Publisher Erik Larsen. “I’ve really enjoyed every year I’ve attended and thought it was long past time Image Comics had a complete set up, including one of our now famous Image Comics Shows!”