Joseph Koch & Neat Stuff Collectibles Warehouse Buying & Selling Event (December 2009)

Joseph Koch & Neat Stuff Collectibles

Convention Joseph Koch & Neat Stuff Collectibles Warehouse Buying & Selling Event
Convention Website http://www.nycomicwarehouse.com/
Start Date 12/12/2009
End Date 12/13/2009
About This Convention: Where: 206-208 41st St., Brooklyn, NY 11232 (Corner of 2nd Avenue)
When: Saturday December 12th and Sunday December 13, 11am to 5pm.

Joseph Koch & Neat Stuff Collectibles present the largest single vendor buying and selling event in comics history! We have 1,000,000 comics to sell, and are looking to buy MILLIONS more! NOT ONLY COMICS, we’re looking to buy and sell all kinds of collectibles and memorabilia, including:

Comic Books, Sports Cards and collectibles, Non-Sports Cards, World’s Fair items, James Bond, Original Comic Art, Music Memorabilia, Puzzles, Lunchboxes, Toys, and Games. You name it, We want it! BUYING, Selling, and Trading EVERYTHING! Paying Top Dollar! $$$$

Has your comic store given up on selling back issues? They only carry a few issues here or there? Don’t fret. Back issues do have a home in NYC – in Brooklyn! 3/4 million sorted books, 200,000+ for $1 each. Is your comic store not interested in buying your collection, because they don’t sell back issues? Bring ‘em to Brooklyn!

The hot and hip outer borough, Brooklyn is the primordial home of Pop Culture: In 1999, Victoria (Posh Spice) and soccer star David Beckham named their first child “Brooklyn”. Over 50 years earlier, Jack (King) Kirby, co-creator of Captain America, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, and the entire medium-revolutionizing Marvel Comics Universe – knighted the American member of the Nazi-fighting Boy Commandos “Brooklyn”. Bring us your Neat Stuff to sell and star in your own “Brooklyn Antiques Roadshow”!

Please call 1-800-723-5572 and go to www.nycomicwarehouse.com for more information and updates.
Sponsored in part by Forbidden Planet New York.

Convention Guests TBA
Venue Name Joseph Koch Warehouse
Venue Address 206-208 41st St.
Brooklyn, NY 11232
United States
What category best describes your convention? Comic Books
What other categories might be appropriate for your convention? - Collectibles
- Other

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Houston Comic Con (December 2009)

Convention Houston Comic Con
Convention Website http://houston-comiccon.com
Start Date 12/12/2009
End Date 12/13/2009
About This Convention: Houston – Comic Con, Holiday Edition!! DEC. 12 & 13!
Houston’s newest Comic Convention features Awesome Comic Book Creators and Artists! The show will also have many great exhibitors and dealers. Many of the dealers will be available to appraise your comic books and other collectibles(e.g., toys, books, posters, and original comic art). Enjoy family friendly fun and hourly door prizes!
Show Hours Sat. 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sun. 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Admission: $5.00 a day
$8.00 for 2 day pass
Children under 12 free w/ paid adult
$1.00 off admission price w/ valid Student i.D.

Convention Guests Rob Liefeld – Creator of Deadpool, Cable, and Youngblood!
Mike McKone – Amazing Spider-man, Punisher artist
Marat Mychaels – Brigade and Youngblood artist
Mike Hoffman – Painter, Artist, and Publisher
Doug Hazlewood – DC Comic Book Inker, Secret Six
Frank D’Armata – Marvel Comics Color Artist
Venue Name The Stafford Centre
Venue Address 10505 Cash Road
Stafford, Texas 77477
United States
Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables 50
What category best describes your convention? Comic Books
What other categories might be appropriate for your convention? - Collectibles

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VA Comicon Salutes GI Joe at This Weekend’s Show

November 19, 2009 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Convention News, Top Stories, Virginia

Press Release:

The VA Comicon Hits Richmond, VA THIS weekend!

For the first time in over 25 years, there will be a 2-day comic book show in Virginia, and what a show it is! With seven creators who have worked on GI JOE, including Larry Hama, Chuck Dixon, Michael Golden, Robert Atkins and more, the VA Comicon is THE place to be for GI JOE fans! Featuring an exclusive 1 hour Q and A panel with Hama, Dixon, Atkins and others, this one isn’t to be missed!

The VA Comicon will include 7 GI Joe creators

The VA Comicon will include 7 GI Joe creators

Other guests include Chris Claremont, Mike McKone, Jim Calafiore, James Kuhoric, Billy Tucci, Budd Root, Reilly Brown, Randy Green, Alex Saviuk and DOZENS more! Also featuring a special lecture by Mile High Comics owner Chuck Rozanski about Mr. Edgar Church, the original owner of the most famous comic book collection ever discovered!

With a costume Contest on Sunday, participation by the Rebel Legion, and the 501st, Hourly doorprizes and more, the VA Comicon is truly a premiere comic book event…all this right before Thanksgiving weekend! Additional exhibitors are CGC grading company, Regal Cinemas, BRICK WEEKLY, Crusade Fine Arts, Tsunami Studios and more, why not join us! As a special bonus, we are giving away for FREE 750 copies of the VA COMICON exclusive Witchblade #132 with cover by guest Randy Green! Cool!

VA Comicon Witchblade Variant

VA Comicon Witchblade Variant

FREE for children 12 and under, FREE with a Military ID, FREE with a Student ID, and FREE if you come in Full Costume! Members of the Press are FREE, and there will be a FREE pod-cast area setup with FREE Wi-Fi! Also, there will be a FREE bowling party across the street in the sci-fi themed Sunset Lanes!

VIP tickets are only $9.95 for the entire weekend, and allow you to get in 30 minutes early each day! More information is at the newly updated website http://www.vacomicon.com! Check us out!

The VA Comicon is on Saturday November 21 from 12-7pm and Sunday November 22 from 10A-4pm.
It is located at the Crowne Plaza West at:

6531 West Broad St
Richmond, VA 23230

Advanced tickets are available online at our website, and allow you to get in 30 minutes early both days. Check us out at http://www.vacomicon.com. We look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,
Brett Carreras
Promoter of the VA Comicon in Richmond, VA

VA Comicon

Baltimore Comic-Con Says Thanks

November 17, 2009 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Con Reports and Photos, Maryland

Thanks for a Great 10th Anniversary from the Baltimore Comic-Con!

Baltimore, Maryland – November 16, 2009 – The 2009 Baltimore Comic-Con would like to take a moment to thank all of our exhibitors, guests, and staff for contributing to what was a spectacular celebration of our 10th anniversary. As anyone attending can attest, our 10th annual show had both record size and record attendance, and we’ve been gratified to see all of the positive write-ups from press, pros, and the public at large.

“When we set out to plan the biggest Baltimore Comic-Con ever, I knew it would take the help of all of our partners – and they delivered,” said show promoter Marc Nathan. “For our guests, publishers, retailers, exhibitors, volunteers, and especially to our great fans who continue to come out for our comic book show each year – I want to say ‘Thank you!’ Also, I owe a special thanks to Neal Adams, Roger Ash, Joe Keatinge, Joe Kubert, and George Perez for their contributions to the show. We could not have done it without all of them. I look forward to planning on our 11th show in 2010.”

Our guest charities, the Hero Initiative, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF), and Humane Society all raised a great deal of money for their worthy causes.

“We feel as if we cannot say ‘thank you’ enough…to the person who very generously donated the comic books to be sold on our behalf,” said Tracy Santos, Community Relations Manager for the Baltimore Humane Society. “Our thanks also go out to the many artists who came to our booth to draw for donations…Mike Wieringo is the reason Baltimore Humane Society walked away from Comic-Con with $3,300. The love and admiration you all have for him is something that shows each time you speak of him.”

The Hero Initiative, which announced at this year’s Harvey Award Ceremony and Banquet that it had raised over $100,000 through the Baltimore Comic-Con’s 10 year history, had another great year. “Through the incredible efforts of fan favorite George Perez and Tim Sale, the charity was able to once again raise nearly $10,000,” said Kevin Brogan, East Coast Hero Initiative Representative. “Baltimore Comic-Con has always been a rewarding experience both monetarily and through the in-kind efforts and good grace of Baltimore’s remarkable guest artists.”

“The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is grateful to Marc Nathan and his outstanding team who put on the Baltimore Comic-Con. We were glad to meet hundreds of enthusiastic supporters over the weekend, who were all having a great time celebrating comic books and their creators at the show. The Baltimore Comic-Con, year after year, is one of the most vibrant and vital celebrations of the comic book medium in the United States and we’re glad to be a part of it,” said Charles Brownstein, Executive Director of CBLDF, who raised over $2,600 during the weekend.

This year’s show highlights included Scott Kurtz hosting a very successful (and very funny) Harvey Awards Banquet and Ceremony, featuring a jam-packed grab-bag for dinner attendees and Neal Adams being awarded the HERO Initiative Humanitarian Award; our first annual Baltimore Comic-Con Art Auction which sold pieces by artists such as David Petersen, Sean Chen, Joe Kubert, and Frank Cho; and our first annual Baltimore Comic-Con Costume Contest, which brought out great numbers of costumed attendees of all ages, and awarded the $1,000 grand prize for Best Overall, Top Winner to Paul Day of Bel Air, MD who sported a fantastic Iron Man costume!

In addition to Paul, here are the attendees that won category awards and their character costumes:

Best Existing Super Hero, Adult, Male – Paul Day, Iron Man
Best Original Super Hero, Adult, Male – James Hennigan, Hate Priest
Best (Potpourri), Adult, Male – Charles Singer, Predator
Best Original Super Hero, Adult, Female – Teal (and John) Slayden, Delta & Corvis
Best (Potpourri), Adult, Female – Camille Trejo, Princess Nuala Silverlance (Hellboy 2)
Best Existing Super Hero, Adult, Female – Hannah Pagan, Harley Quinn

Best Existing Super Hero, Under 13, Male – Joey Lister, Snake Eyes
Best (Potpourri), Under 13, Male – Jeffrey Stanley, Kingdom Hearts
Best Original Super Hero, Under 13, Female – Harlie Heiserman, Bug Kid
Best Existing Super Hero, Under 13, Female- Parker Day, Wonder Woman (from Kingdom Come)
Best (Potpourri), Under 13, Female – Rachel Stanley, Kairi, Kingdom Hearts II

Next Year
Please mark your calendars now to join us in 2010 on August 28th and 29th for the Baltimore Comic-Con’s 11th year. Confirmed guests include Michael and Laura Allred, Howard Chaykin, Frank Cho, Amanda Conner, Dan DiDio, Al Feldstein, Ron Garney, Michael Golden, Geoff Johns, Michael Lark, Phil Noto, Jimmy Palmiotti, Eric Powell, James Robinson, Jim Starlin, Mark Texeira, and Marv Wolfman.

Details on guests, the Harvey Awards, industry exclusives, and programming leading up to the show can always be found at our website, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and ComicSpace pages.

Michael Golden Joins VA Comicon Lineup

November 17, 2009 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Convention News, Virginia

Golden Surprise Addition to Virginia Comic-Con Line-up!

Richmond– Virginia IS for lovers…of G.I. Joe and Michael Golden artwork that is– as Golden signs on as a surprise last-minute guest for next weekend’s Virginia Comic-Con, slated for November 21-22, 2009!

Michael Golden, a fan favorite for his work on “Micronauts,” “G.I.Joe,” Batman, Dr. Strange, X-Men, Avengers, and “The ‘Nam,” among many other projects, has just been added to the line-up just this week, and is a natural for the event’s G.I. Joe theme, considering his groundbreaking work on that series.

Exiles by Michael Golden

Exiles by Michael Golden

This will also mark the artist’s first appearance in Virginia, in fact. And, to celebrate the fact, Golden will have some special prints and books for the occasion.

During his career, Golden has been an editor at DC Comics as well as senior art director at Marvel Comics, and has worked on numerous movie production projects, including some currently in development.

His art has been the focus of gallery shows in places as diverse as New York, Gijon, Barcelona, Antwerp and Brussels, and his class on storytelling has been conducted in countries including Spain, Brussels, Canada, the United States and China. Golden’s recent work can be seen on the covers of “Heroes for Hire,” “Exiles,” “Demon’s Regret,” “Uncanny X-Men,” and Spiderman, among many others. Vanguard Production’s recently released top-selling art retrospective “Excess: The Art of Michael Golden,” written by Renee Witterstaetter, has sold out and has gone into a second printing. This year will also see the release of Golden’s new sketchbook, “MORE Heroes and Villains,” from Eva Ink Publishing-a perfect match for last year’s “Heroes and Villains” sketchbook. (Soon to followed by the sketchbooks, “Dangerous Curves,” and “Bad Dog.” )

Joining Michael in Virginia will be Larry Hama (G.I. Joe), Alex Saviuk (Spiderman), Chris Claremont (X-Men), Bill Tucci (Sgt. Rock), Chuck Dixon (Birds of Prey), Kelly Yates (Doctor Who), Jim Califiore (Exiles), John Gallagher (Buzzboy), Steve Conley (Astounding Space Thrills), Mike McKone (Fantastic Four), Eric Wolfe-Hanson (G.I. Joe), Rick Ketchum (Runaways), James Kuhoric (Army of Darkness), our own J.C. Vaughn (24), Mike McKone (Amazing Spider-Man), Reilly Brown (Cable), Dan Parent (Archie), Randy Green (Witchbalde), Andy Smith (Red Sonja), Steve Bird (Blue Beetle), Rick Spears (Teenagers from Mars), Renee Witterstaetter (writer for numerous books from Vanguard Productions, Spartan X), James Callahan (Strange Detective Tales), Louis Small, Jr. (Vampirella), Brian Shearer (Gravyboy), Kevin Sharpe (G.I. Joe), Budd Root (Cavewoman), and Zuda Comics winner Adam Lucas (Goldilock).

Admission is $10 for adults to the November 21-22, 2009 show at the Crowne Plaza West, 6532 W Broad Street in Richmond, VA, but it will be free to anyone in full costume, children, folks with student ID and people with military ID. It will also be free to members of the press.

For more information on Michael Golden, his commission and appearances, contact evaink@aol.com, or check out his facebook listing at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Michael-Golden/44937601170

For more information on the Virginia Comic-Con go to: http://www.vacomicon.com

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Ernie Hudson Headlines December’s Steel City Con

GHOSTBUSTERS STAR ERNIE HUDSON TO HEADLINE STEEL CITY CON!
Pittsburgh, — Orangestone Promotions, Inc., promoters of the Steel City Con (http://www.steelcitycon.com) are celebrating 20 years as Pennsylvania’s Largest Toy and Pop Culture convention this December 4-6, 2009 at the Monroeville Convention Center. The celebrity guest list continues to build as Pittsburgh gets ready to host a national level show. In addition to a massive selection of toys and comic books, attendees will be treated to signing appearances by many pop culture icons. Ghostbusters fans will be able to meet Ernie Hudson who portrayed “Winston” in Ghostbusters 1 & 2. Wrestling fans will be treated to a rare appearance of Kevin Nash who is a Wrestling Legend and TNA Superstar. Wrestling fans will also have an opportunity to meet Traci Brooks and So Cal Val which are both wrestlers for TNA. Star Wars fans will be treated to special signing appearance by Peter Mayhew who portrayed “Chewbacca” in the Star Wars films. Ghost Hunter International fans will be able to meet Robb Demarest who is the lead investigator of the TV series. Sci Fi fans will be able to meet Luciana Carro of Battlestar Galactica. Carro will also have a role in the upcoming TV series Caprica which is the spin off from Battlestar Galactica. Horror fans will be able to meet C.J. Graham who portrayed “Jason” in Friday the 13th. Additionally attendees can expect to see a large number of Comic Book Artists and Illustrators.

Ernie Hudson in Ghostbusters

Ernie Hudson in Ghostbusters

In addition to Celebrity appearances, the Steel City Con is proud to announce that the first 1,000 attendees who purchase a 3 Day Pass will receive a Goodie Bag which is filled with toys and comics valued at more than the price of admission. 3 Day Pass Holders will also receive Early Admission. The Steel City Con is the only convention in the United States that has consistently given away thousands of toys, comic books and collectibles to its attendees for free.

Many Pop Culture fans are tired of paying high admission fees just to walk into a big show. The Steel City Con offers attendees one of the biggest shows in the United States at a low price. With vendor space offered at a low cost dealers are able to sell their items to attendees for much less than conventions that charge a huge amount of money for dealer space. Anyone interested in finding out more about the Steel City Con can go to http://www.steelcitycon.com

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Orangestone Promotions, Inc.
P.O. Box 10132
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Steel City Con
(412) 213-0224
info@steelcitycon.com
www.steelcitycon.com

HorrorHound Weekend (November 2009)

November 12, 2009 by  
Filed under Convention Profiles, Horror, Ohio

Ultimate Comics Group at East Hanover Expo November 22nd

November 12, 2009 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Convention News, New Jersey

Ultimate Comics Group, the publishers of Stormblazer, Essence, Metapatriot & more will be featured guests on November 22 at the East Hanover, NJ Comic Book Expo – Ramada Inn Conference Center Hotel, 130 Rt 10 West, East Hanover, NJ. Find out more about them at http://www.ultimatecomicsgroup.com
To find out more about the East Hanover Comic Book Expo, go to http://www.njcomicbookshows.com

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