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  • Steve Scott Headed to AdventureCon 2010

    May 28, 2010 by  
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    Press Release:

    Steve Scott Heads Off for Adventure!– AdventureCon that is!

    Tenn– You won’t find a more beautiful spot for a convention than Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, so why wouldn’t you want to head there this weekend and join the Adventure– AdventureCon that is! X-Men and Indiana Jones artist Steve Scott sure is!

    Known for his work on “Razor” for London Knights, Indiana Jones for Dark Horse, X-Men for Marvel and most recently a Green Lantern special project for DC Comics, one of Steve’s favorite venues is AdventureCon.

    “I always look forward to coming back to this show that has an awesome legion of fans, and hospitable promoters,” says Steve. “In an unbelievable location.”

    In his illustration career, Steve has had the pleasure of penciling numerous titles including: “New Warriors,” “Hourman,” and “JLA” just to name a few. In addition, he is the only artist tapped by DC to do any work for the “Batman Dark Knight” movie featuring the now legendary Joker turn by Hearth Ledger. Steve’s work and rendition of this actor as the Joker can be found in the exclusive blue-ray package of the hit movie!

    Other projects at Marvel Comics, and DC Comics include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles “Magik” and “Exiles.” As well as titles in the successful Marvel Adventures line including: Fantastic Four, Avengers, and the Hulk. In addition to this ever growing list of published comics, cards, and other related illustrations, Steve also penciled “Kyle XY” for Disney/ABC with writer Jeff Parker.

    If you are a fan of the television show, “Smallville,” you no doubt have also seen Steve’s flash animation work used in that shows production, as well. Steve is currently working on a new flash animation project to be announced soon!

    It’s no wonder that Steve has the distinction of having his work owned by numerous collectors worldwide, including director George Lucas himself!

    Scott will be at the convention all three days of the show available for signing and sketching, as well as offering several exclusive prints! So come on by.

    Held at the Pigeon Forge Convention Center at the Grand Resort Hotel, May 28th-30th, this year’s AdventureCon promises to offer tons of excitement with a guest list that includes, in addition to Steve Scott: Marv Wolfman, Arthur Suydam, Gary Friedrich, Tom Feister, Billy Dee Williams, Charisma Carpenter, and many more, in addition to celebrity guests, independent film pros and even some awesome celebrity vehicles for you to take your pic with!

    For more information go to: www.adventurecon.com. For more information on Steve Scott, contact Eva Ink Artist Group at evaink@aol.com

    TN – Ducky FCBD

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    Meet Cartoonist Duck Edwing (Mad Magazine and illustrator for the gaming industry)

    Saturday, May 1
    2:30 p.m – 4:30 p.m.
    Downtown Library Auditorium

    Watch a super-hero movie
    (PG 13 starts at 2:30 p.m.)
    Wear a costume
    Draw comics
    Check out books, DVDs, graphic novels and Manga
    Swap comic books   (bring one take one)
    Bring snacks and drinks to share
    Free Comics (while supplies last)

    The Public Library Downtown, 1001 Broad Street, Chattanooga TN 37402

    Knoxville Comic & Anime Con (June 2010)

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    Convention Website http://www.knoxvillecomicanimecon.com
    Start Date 06/26/2010
    End Date 06/27/2010


    Convention Guests GUESTS!!
    C. Martin Croker – The voice of Space Ghost’s Zorak and Aqua Teen Hunger Force.John Dugan – Grandpa from Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

    Robert Brown – Artist for Megadeath, Undertaker.

    Bobby Nash- Author

    Sean Taylor – Author

    Jacob Rouguemont – Marvel Handbook

    Billy Tackett – Uncle Sam Zombie

    Jason Crowe – Filmmaker

    Roni Johna – WWE Diva

    Kayla Perkins – Actress

    Venue Address 5441 CLINTON HWY
    KNOXVILLE , TN 37912
    United States
    Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables 65
    Projected Attendance 1000
    What category best describes your convention? Comic Books
    What other categories might be appropriate for your convention? – Anime
    – Collectibles
    – Gaming
    – Horror
    – Science Fiction and Fantasy

    Nashville Newest Tour Stop for Wizard World Comic Con

    February 23, 2010 by  
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    Nashville is newest tour stop of Wizard World Comic Con

    New York, NY (February 22, 2010) – CEO of New York based Wizard Entertainment, Gareb Shamus, announces his latest convention acquisition. Nashville’s Comic & Horror Festival is now Nashville Comic Con Wizard World Convention.

    “The fans in Tennessee have supported and have grown this show into what it is today,” said Shamus.  “We will continue to bring our fans more of what they love about comics and pop-culture.”

    The 10 year old Comic & Horror Festival was previously managed by Marc Ballard, owner of ComicCityTN. Ballard will act as an advisor and consultant to maintain the local feel of the show.

    “It’s an honor that Wizard took note of this show. The new Nashville Comic Con will broaden the fan base and bring an exciting presence to comic conventions in Tennessee,” said Ballard.

    New dates, venues and ticket on-sales will be announced soon.

    For information on all Wizard World Comic Con Tour stops visit www.wizardworld.com.

    About Gareb Shamus:
    Gareb Shamus founded Wizard Entertainment in 1991. Today, Wizard Entertainment publishes consumer magazines Wizard, ToyFare, FunFare, and numerous books about pop-culture’s top talent, comic books and toys. Gareb also produces a North American Comic Con tour.

    Wizard World Comic Con Tour:

    March 26-28, 2010, Toronto Comic Con, Direct Energy Centre

    April 16-18, 2010, Anaheim Comic Con, Anaheim Convention Center

    June 11-13, 2010, Philadelphia Comic Con, Pennsylvania Convention Center

    August 19-22, 2010, Chicago Comic Con, Donald E. Stephens (Rosemont) Convention Center

    October 1-3, 2010, New England Comic Con, John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center

    October 7-10, 2010, Big Apple Comic Con, Pier 94

    October 15-17, 2010, New Jersey Comic Con, New Jersey Convention and Expo Center

    November 12-14, 2010, Austin Comic Con, Austin Convention Center

    Atlanta Comic Con, TBD

    Cincinnati Comic Con, TBD

    Cleveland Comic Con, TBD

    Nashville Comic Con, TBD

    Collectors EXPO (January 2010)

    January 8, 2010 by  
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    Alpha Comic Con (December 2009)

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    Collectors EXPO (December 2009)

    December 9, 2009 by  
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    Collectors EXPO (November 2009)

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    Steve Scott Joining The Grand AdventureCon

    October 20, 2009 by  
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    Steve Scott Joins the Adventure in Pigeon Forge!
    Tennessee–Artist Steve Scott, know for his recent work on Marvel’s X-Men characters, and freshly back from a gala presentation with Michael Golden and Russ Heath in Gijon, Spain, is now packing up his gear to join the Adventure at the first annual “The Grand AdventureCon” in Pigeon Forge!

    Live from the Grand Resort Hotel and Convention Center, October 24th and 25th, Steve will be on hand to sketch and sign for both days of the show. And will also be bringing some surprises to the table in honor of Adventurecon’s blood drive and charity events! Details to be revealed soon!

    Steve is a perfect choice to be involved in the “magic” (that’s a hint)! Steve’s work has spanned art for the hit TV show Smallville to his first sequential print illustrations at Malibu comics, and his wildly popular stint on Razor for London Night, as well as New Warriors, Hourman, and JLA for Marvel and DC Comics.

    Balancing two careers for a time, after 16 years of service as a firefighter, Steve decided to pursue his love of sequential art full-time after Hurricane Katrina, and recently relocated to the renowned community of artist in Atlanta, Georgia. There, encouraged to pick up the pencil full time by his contemporaries, Steve’s work began to appear in the pages of DC Comics Shadowpact, the Creeper, Batman Legends of the Dark Knight, and Checkmate. (He got a particularly special kick out of bringing to life some of DC Comics strangest characters like Detective Chimp, Rex the Wonder Dog, Rag Man, The Phantom Stranger, Creeper and many others.)

    Recent and current projects include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles Magik and Exiles, Fantastic Four, Avengers, and the Hulk. “Indiana Jones: Tomb of the Gods, with inker Nathan Massengill, Marvel Adventures Hulk, and X-Men Forever with Claremont.

    Other talent joining Steve at AdventureCon in Pigeon Forge include: Joe Staton,Tom Nguyen, Tom Feister, Scott Blair, Richard Green, Kevin Leen, Brett Pinson, along with media personalities Daeg Faerch, William Forsythe, John Schneider, Jason Mewes, Derek Mears, Doug Jones, Micky Dolenz, and many more.

    For more information visit: www.adventurecon.com

    For more information on Steve Scott, his work and commissions, contact: evaink@aol.com

    The Grand AdventureCon (October 2009)

    October 14, 2009 by  
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