Marvel Heads to Long Beach Comic Con
Get a FREE copy of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #606 with a variant cover by J. Scott Campbell when you purchase your 3-day weekend pass to Long Beach Comic Con. [One comic book per person, to be picked up on-site. (Free comic is only available for tickets purchased IN ADVANCE, so order online now!)] And for children 12 years of age and younger, Marvel will be passing out FREE copies of the MARVEL SUPER HERO SQUAD comic #1!
MARVEL PANEL SCHEDULE:
Saturday, October 3
5:00 to 5:45 PM PT
MARVEL: Mondo Marvel
From the Marvel U to the cosmos to the Ultimate Universe and beyond, welcome to the MUST-SEE comic book panel on the West Coast! Join Emmy Nominated & Eisner Award-winning writer JEPH LOEB (ULTIMATUM, FALL OF THE HULKS), Senior Editor MARK PANICCIA, and more as they discuss everything from Avengers to Zzzax, and answer YOUR questions!
Sunday, October 4
4:00 to 4:45 PM PT
MARVEL ANIMATION: Hero Up with the Super Hero Squad Show!
Supervising Producer Cort Lane gives a world premiere of two upcoming episodes of the Marvel Universe’s first action-comedy series, The Super Hero Squad Show (now airing Saturdays mornings at 8:30 AM on Cartoon Network). See the Squaddies (Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Thor, Falcon & the Silver Surfer) battle Dr. Doom’s Lethal Legion – along with guest-stars like the Heroes For Hire and Captain America. Followed by a Q&A session for those who want to learn the secrets of this brand new, all-ages show.
MARVEL PORTFOLIO REVIEW:
Marvel Entertainment, Inc., one of the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment companies with a library of over 5,000 proprietary characters, will be reviewing portfolios of artists, inkers, and colorists for potential future work at the House of Ideas. All creators interested in having their portfolio reviewed should bring copies of their artwork (no originals) to Long Beach Comic Con Meeting Room D by 6 pm on Friday, 10/2.
After reviewing all samples at the end of the day, we will display a list of creators in Meeting Room D Saturday morning, October 3rd that includes the names and corresponding times of those people we are interested in meeting with, along with a schedule of times to meet.
Pencilers should be prepared to drop off at least 5 pages of sequential art as well as examples of cover illustrations. Inkers’ portfolio samples should contain examples of their work over at least three different pencilers. Colorists should provide samples that effectively display their different techniques and coloring abilities on various types of pieces. Samples will not be returned.
Depending upon your area of expertise, you should be prepared to leave behind the following at Meeting Room D for pre-screening review:
Pencilers: At least 5 pages of sequential art as well as examples of cover illustrations
Inkers: Samples of your work over at least three different pencilers
Colorists: Samples that effectively display your different techniques and coloring abilities on various types of pieces
Samples will not be returned.