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  • NV – Sheltered Signing

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    Ed Brisson and Johnnie Christmas sign at MaximuM Comics 3.0 on Wednesday, July 10th from 4:00 till 7:00pm!

    MaximuM Comics
    7950 W. Tropical Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89149

    Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival (November 2013)

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    Convention Name
    Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival
    Convention Website Address
    http://vegasvalleycomicbookfestival.org
    This convention will take place:
    • for one day only.
    Date (Format mm/dd/yyyy)
    11/02/2013
    About This Convention
    Biff! Bam! POW! The Vegas Valley Comic Book Fest returns to the Vegas valley with a full day of geeky goodness and comics! The longest running comic book event in Nevada, now in its 6th year, it features an artist alley, panels & workshops, an artist jam, cosplay contest, portfolio reviews and a marketplace with local comic book stores and publishers. This year’s guests include Greg Rucka (“Lazarus,” “Queen & Country,” “Whiteout,” “Stumptown”), Georges Jeanty (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Deadpool,” “Gambit,” “Teen Titans”), Warren Wucinich (“Courtney Crumrin”) and many more as well as the nerdrock musical stylings of Adam WarRock and 3d6. A free program the entire family can enjoy. For a complete listing of guests and activities, visit the website.
    Venue Name and Address
    Clark County Library
    1401 E. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas, NV 89119
    United States
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    Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
    45
    Projected Attendance
    3000
    Please select the Category that best describes the convention
    Comic Books
    Additional Categories
    • Anime
    • Book Festival
    • Collectibles
    Guests
    Greg Rucka, Georges Jeanty, Warren Wucinich, Spencer Brinkerhoff III, Deryl Skelton, Adam WarRock, Ben Saunders, Molly McIsaac

    Jim Lee to Appear at Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con in June 2013

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    Industry legend and Superman Unchained artist Jim Lee will make a special appearance at the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con on June 15th, 2013, along with other industry legend Stan Lee!

    Other comic creators attending Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con include Batman artist Greg Capullo, Skottie Young, Humberto Ramos, Ryan Stegman, Rick Remender, Gerry Duggan, and many more! You can find out more info about the show as well as purchase tickets at their website listed below.

    http://amazinglasvegascomiccon.com

    NV – Free Comic Book Day 2013

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    Joe Benitez and Ale Garza sign at Velvet Underground Comics on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!

    Velvet Underground Comics
    4241 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89102
    (702) 258-2689

    NV – Marvel Architect Signing

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    Writer Brian Michael Bendis signs at MaximuM Comics 3.0 on Wednesday, March 27th!

    MaximuM Comics
    7950 W. Tropical Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89149

    NV – Peter Panzerfaust Signing

    February 26, 2013 by  
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    Writer Kurtis J. Wiebe and artist Tyler Jenkins sign at Comic Oasis on Saturday March 9th!

    Comic Oasis
    3121 N. Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89108
    (702) 212-8885

    NV – Grimm Fairy Tales Signing

    February 1, 2013 by  
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    Artist Ale Garza signs at Velvet Underground Comics on Saturday February 9, 2013 from 1-5 pm!

    Velvet Underground Comics
    4241 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89102
    (702) 258-2689

    MorrisonCon Con Report!

    October 7, 2012 by  
    Filed under Con Reports and Photos, L.A. Sequential, Nevada

    Enter a world full of comics, chaos, wonder, and Grant Morrison.

    The Hard Rock casino in Las Vegas was home to the inaugural MorrisonCon on September 29-30, 2012. Going in, I had no idea what to expect from this show. I knew that 10 of the biggest names were special guests, including Grant Morrison, frequent collaborators Frank Quitely, Darick Robertson, and Chris Burnham, along with comic superstars Robert Kirkman, Jim Lee, Jason Aaron, Jonathan Hickman, and Gerard Way. Also invited were Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, Chronicle writer Max Landis, and musical guests Jimmy Urine and Akira the Don.

    The crowd waiting for the start of MorrisonCon.

    James Sime greeting the crowd for the “Inaugural Awakening”.

    The energy of the crowd was palpable the minute I set foot in the main room. James Sime, the founder of Isotope Comics, stirred up the crowd with frenetic energy, setting up an introduction to Grant Morrison, who immediately proceeded to introduce Chris Burnham and Frank Quitely, and went straight into talking about upcoming artwork with their respective projects. It was fascinating to see the thought processes of the artists, and how they each interpreted Grant’s scripts and how it translated on to a page. Shortly after, Darick Robertson also joined the trio, and gave his take on working with Grant.

    Darick Robertson, Grant Morrison, Chris Burnham, and Frank Quitely discussing comics.

    The next panel involved Jonathan Hickman (Fantastic Four), JH Williams (Batwoman), Jason Aaron (Wolverine and the X-Men, Avengers vs. X-Men), Robert Kirkman (Walking Dead, Invincible), and Grant Morrison talking about the comic book writing process. From talking about approach to plotting out storylines, to being aware of page turns for reader shock value, to working with different artists and how they might interact with different story tellers, it was a fantastic panel to gain insight from 5 of the biggest writers in comics today.

    Jonathan Hickman, JH Williams III, Jason Aaron, Robert Kirkman and Grant Morrison talking about what they do best: writing.

    And since you can’t have comics without art, the following panel featured Chris Burnham, Frank Quitely, JH Williams III, Darick Robertson, and Jim Lee. The artists talked about influences, how they go about laying out pages, to new artists in comics that they personally enjoy. And of course, you can’t have an artist panel without art. Each artist chose a random guest’s sketchbook to draw in, and it was awesome to see them sketch away.

    Chris Burnham, JH Williams III, Darick Robertson, and Jim Lee enjoying Frank Quitely drawing Supersize Man.

    After an hour lunch break, the show continued with a musical based panel, featuring Akira the Don, Gerard Way, Darick Robertson, Grant Morrison, JH Williams III, and Jimmy Urine. It was awesome to see the panelists talk about how music was so intertwined in to their comics, from Gerard Way talking about listening to Tarantula by the Smashing Pumpkins while scripting an entire issue of Umbrella Academy, to the first concerts they’ve all attended, to an improptu performance of I Wanna Hold Your Hand by Darick, Grant and Akira which brought the crowd to their feet.

    Gerard Way: I think I got into music, because… the sex that I already wasn’t having, I wanted to intensify that… Did you guys take a look at me when the band started? I was trying to get as far away from sexual activity.

    The last panel of the show for me was the movie panel, featuring Max Landis, James Gunn, Darick Robertson, and Grant Morrison. Although the panel did get sidetracked at times, it was awesome to see James Gunn and Max Landis debating whether Chronicle was a superhero film and what defines a super hero, as well as Landis arguing with Darick Robertson on what he felt was a huge flaw of The Boys.

    Grant Morrison: Superheroes aren’t a genre, which is mistake people often make… They’re an ingredient, not a genre. That’s why they’ll last forever.

    On top of these amazing panels, there was also creator signings, where you actually had a reserved spot for a specific writer or artist, and you actually got to talk with them for more than the 10 seconds you’re usually alotted at usual cons. That to me was one THE highlight of the show, and I felt it was completely awesome that the artists and writers would embrace the idea, and enjoyed interacting with fans in a more intimate setting.

    Grant Morrison chatting with a fan, while the line awaits with anticipation.

    This show was definitely a one of a kind experience, and I believe is something all comic fans should definitely try attending once in their lifetime. If you ever wanted an comics show that was purely comics based, this is it. With rumors that this show could come back in the future, I’d definitely keep my eye out when tickets go on sale.

    NV – Alternate Reality Comics Signing

    October 3, 2012 by  
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    JH Willliams III, James Robinson, Chris Wisnia, and Pere Perez sign at Alternate Reality Comics on Sunday, October 21st from 2:00pm-5:00pm.

    Artist / writer JH Willliams III (Batwoman, Promethea, Batman: Black Glove, Desolation Jones)

    Writer James Robinson (of legendary Starman fame, also Shade, Earth 2, Golden Age, Justice Society)

    Artist/writer (debuting a new hardcover graphic novel called Monstrosis, featuring Kirby-esque monster action!)

    and Artist Pere Perez (Smallville Season 11, Batgirl, Detective Comics Annual, and many other DC comics)

    Alternate Reality Comics
    4800 S. Maryland Pkwy ste. D, Las Vegas, NV 89119
    702-736-3673

    Scene on the Web: Las Vegas Comic Expo 2012

    October 2, 2012 by  
    Filed under Comic Books, Con Reports and Photos, Nevada, Top Stories

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    A look around the Las Vegas Comic Expo. We’ll add more as we find it, or if you would like to suggest a link, please comment at the bottom.

    Scene on the Web: Las Vegas Comic Expo 2012

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    met Wonder Woman!! no really ..check out @KatKombat @Rivieralasvegas Comic expo this weekend! http://pic.twitter.com/UfK43QUHJanie Rios
    Las Vegas Comic Expo! How do I keep getting myself in fights like this?!! http://pic.twitter.com/sejZzXjbThe Scott Lobdell
    Went to the Las Vegas Comic Expo #ftw #lvce http://yfrog.com/odpp2ltjAlan X. Rodriguez
    Got some great #invincible sketches at Las Vegas Comic Expo. Pic 5 http://pic.twitter.com/baPmdUwRCory Puga
    Wonderwoman Comic Expo Las Vegas http://twitpic.com/azx8m7JennVegas
    #picstitch #poisionivy #joker #villian #comics #nerd @ Las Vegas Comic Expo http://instagr.am/p/QNg-bKv3Ok/Kaneika
    Coming Soon a recap of the Las Vegas Comic Expo! Oooo la la… #vegas #comicbooks #comics #superheroes #cosplay http://pic.twitter.com/6bYAuyy0MissFrankieTease
    Zatanna (by Tom_Forbes) Riki ‘Riddle’ Le Cotey at Las Vegas Comics Expo.keaneoncomics
    IronMan Sketch Cover fun from @LVComicExpo http://pic.twitter.com/b4RJ6hWdJoel Gomez
    Las Vegas Comic Expo!The Las Vegas Comic Expo came and went a lot faster than I had expected. It seemed like I was hearing of it, then reading about it’s quic…
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    Content from Las Vegas Comic ExpoI stepped out of MorrisonCon for a couple hours to visit some friends at this con. Took a few photos, too.
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    Ahhhhh!!!! This is SO gonna be my FB profile picture!!! http://pic.twitter.com/5oeFMj8FJuuno Korialstrasz
    LAS VEGAS: "What’s New With the DC 52?" – Comic Book ResourcesComic Book Resources – LAS VEGAS: What’s New With the DC 52? – At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, writers Scott Lobdell, Kyle Higgins, Brian Bu…

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