Eisner award-winning author and cartoonist Paul Pope appears at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in conversation with art critic and editor Jillian Steinhauer of Hyperallergic on Tuesday, September 30th at 7:00 pm!
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
126 Crosby St, New York, New York 10012
Cartoonists Paul Pope, Tom Scioli, and Dean Haspiel appear at Locust Moon Comics on Friday, July 18th at 7:00 pm to sign their new comics!
Locust Moon Comics and Movies
34 South 40th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Paul Pope (BATTLING BOY, BATMAN: YEAR 100, THB, 100%) appears at Third Eye Comics on Saturday June 28th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm for the official launch party of ESCAPO!
Third Eye Comics
2027-A West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Comic creator Paul Pope appears at New England Comics’ Harvard Square store on Saturday June 21, 2014 from 2:00 till 6:00 pm! A limited number of certificates of authenticity are available to customers who pre-order Pope’s new book ESCAPO. Please contact the store for further details.
PAUL POPE is a prolific comic book artist and writer best known for his work on Batman: Year 100, Battling Boy, One Trick Rip Off, Heavy Liquid, and 100%. In addition he has done cover art and several short stories for both independent and mainstream publishers.
Please note times may be subject to change.
New England Comics - Harvard Square
14A Eliot Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Paul Pope, Jason Aaron, Dean Haspiel, Frank J. Barbiere, Joe Harris, David Rodriguez, and Mike DeVito appear at Third Eye Comics on Saturday May 3rd for Free Comic Book Day!
Third Eye Faithful — come and join us for the 6th incredible year of THIRD EYE COMICS on Saturday May 3rd, 2014. Oh, and did we mention: IT’S ALSO FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!
FREE COMIC BOOKS ALL DAY LONG!
Featuring Special Guests…
(Signings taking place from 9AM-4PM, unless otherwise noted)
PAUL POPE (Battling Boy, Batman Year 100, Escapo, Heavy Liquid)
JASON AARON (Scalped, Wolverine & the X-Men, Thor God of Thunder, Southern Bastards, Original Sin)
FRANK BARBIERE (Five Ghosts, White Suits, Solar)
DEAN HASPIEL (American Splendor, The Quitter, The Alcoholic, The Fox)
JOE HARRIS (X-Files Season 10, Great Pacific, Ghost Projekt)
David Rodriguez (Finding Gossamyr)
Mike DeVito (Stuff of Legend)
AWESOME ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING
Get your picture taken with Doctor Who & the TARDIS Photo Booth!
Get your picture taken with the Imperial Stormtroopers of the 501st Legion (9AM-1PM)
Bring the Kids & visit our Kids Comics Tent for face-painting, costumed heroes, and staff designated to help guide you towards great all ages reads for your young readers!
SPECIAL 1 DAY ONLY ANNIVERSARY SALE
20% OFF ALL Graphic Novels (excluding new releases from 4/1-5/4)
20% OFF ALL Statues & Toys (excluding new releases from 4/1-5/4)
20% OFF ALL Games (excluding new releases from 4/1-5/4)
50% OFF SELECT Trade Paperbacks & Hardcovers
50% OFF SELECT Toys & Statues
$1.00 Back Issue Bins or Fill A Short Box for $50.00
Line Up Early & Score Swag!
FIRST 25 IN LINE GET A FCBD PRIZE BAG LOADED WITH SWEET SWAG!
FIRST 50 IN LINE GET A FREE THIRD EYE SUMMER 2014 T-SHIRT!
FIRST 100 IN LINE GET A FREE THIRD EYE X WALKING DEAD FREE COMIC BOOK DAY COMMEMORATIVE PATCH!
FIRST 200 IN LINE GET A THIRD EYE X FCBD BUTTON!
CAMPING OUT? WIN DOOR PRIZES, TOYS & MORE!
COME IN COSPLAY & BE ENTERED TO WIN A $200 GIFT CARD!
Third Eye Comics
2027-A West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Paul Pope appears in conversation with Comica Co-Director Paul Gravett, an aficionado since Pope’s debut Sin Titulo. Tuesday February 4th 2014, doors open 6.15 for 6.30pm start, ends 8.30pm. Seating is limited so early online booking is advised!
A Comica Conversation in aid of Comica, a not-for-profit enterprise, with support from First Second/Macmillan, Melia Publishing Services & Foyles.
Foyles Gallery, 3rd Floor, Foyles Bookshop, Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0EB
Come and meet the amazing Paul Pope – writer and artist of the outlandishly brilliant ‘Battling Boy’ – about a 12 yr old super hero, who possesses 12 t-shirts, each with the power of a different creature, but not lame creatures like a weasel or one of them annoying yapping dogs, no, it’s Lions, Bulls and a T-REX’s. A seriously dazzling book, full of kick-assery.
After the Leeds signing, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm, Paul will be doing a talk/workshop in the Leeds Travelling Man Lounge.
We would love to see you at any or all of these events.
Paul will be signing at three of our Travelling Man stores. Here are the details:
Manchester – Sunday 2nd February from 1pm to 3pm
York – Monday 3rd February from 1pm to 2pm
Leeds – Monday 3rd February from 4.30pm to 6pm
Dean Haspiel appears with Paul Pope and Michael Cavallaro at JHU Comic Books for a signing of THE FOX #2 on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm!
JHU Comic Books MANHATTAN
32 East 32nd Street, New York, NY 10016
Comic creator Paul Pope appears at Tate’s Comics on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 from 5:00 until 7:00pm!
Meet Artist & Writer Paul Pope!
Paul Pope is an Eisner award winning artist and writer of THB, Heavy Liquid, 100%, Batman Year 100, and the brand new graphic novel Battling Boy, among other things.
The purchase of each Paul Pope comic or trade, during the event on 11/19/13, guarantees you a maximum of three signatures from him on the items of your choosing.
4566 N. University Drive, Lauderhill, FL 33351
Cartoonist Jeff Smith launches his new title TUKI at the Society of Illustrators on Sunday November 10th with special guests Patrick McDonnell, Paul Pope, Liza Donnelly, Michael Maslin, and Larry Marder! Get tickets at the link!
On November 10, legendary cartoonists Patrick McDonnell, Paul Pope, Liza Donnelly, Michael Maslin, and Larry Marder will attend a brunch hosted by Bone creator Jeff Smith at the Society of Illustrators in New York City to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s Kids’ Right to Read program! This benefit brunch will boast a live performance by Smith, who will unveil his new series Tuki Save The Humans, as well as a silent auction and a private viewing of the Society’s current exhibits. Tickets to this event are partially tax-deductible, and available at www.cbldf.org
CBLDF is a non-proﬁt organization that protects the freedom to read, create, and distribute comics by performing legal aid, education, and advocacy activities. Smith recently joined the Fund’s Board of Directors and will host this lively afternoon event, where attendees will also enjoy brunch with the most outstanding authors in contemporary graphic ﬁction and an auction of original art by today’s ﬁnest cartoonists.
Doors will open at 11:00 a.m., followed by viewing of the exhibits and silent auction. Smith’s performance will begin at 12:00 p.m., to be followed by brunch and viewing time in the Society’s galleries.
There are two levels of admission to this special event:
General Admission Tickets are available for a $100 donation to CBLDF and includes admission to the exhibits, brunch and a souvenir print signed by Jeff Smith. $40 of this contribution is tax-deductible.
Dine With Jeff Smith VIP Admission Tickets are available for a $250 donation to CBLDF. This includes dining with Jeff Smith and also includes admission to the exhibits, brunch, and a souvenir print signed by Smith. $190 of this contribution is tax-deductible.
Donors will enjoy three of the Society’s exhibits: The Original Art, a juried exhibit showcasing the original art from the year’s best children’s books; Battling Boy, a selection of original pages from Paul Pope’s extraordinary new graphic novel, and The Collection of Michael Maslin and Liza Donnelly, New Yorker cartoonists whose collection includes works by cartoon luminaries from the magazine’s past, such as James Thurber, Gluyas Williams, and Helen Hokinson, and its present, including Jack Ziegler, Roz Chast, Bob Mankoff, Mick Stevens, Drew Dernavich, Zachary Kanin, Barbara Smaller. Donnelly, Maslin, and Pope will all be on hand at the brunch to discuss their exhibits with attendees.
Your admission to brunch supports CBLDF’s important work protecting Kids’ Right to Read. CBLDF is a leader in opposing censorship and in support of a parent’s right to choose what content is suitable for his or her children. The Fund helps to keep books on shelves and empowers students to speak up for their rights. In the past year, CBLDF has helped protect dozens of books, from Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis to Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl. CBLDF’s publications Raising A Reader and Using Graphic Novels in Education are vital tools in helping the next generation of teachers, librarians, and parents use comics to promote literacy. The Fund’s efforts to ﬁght censorship in courtrooms and classrooms are essential to protecting the future of comics. This brunch will advance that important work by raising money to support 2014 Kids’ Right to Read efforts.
About Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith (born February 27, 1960) is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the self-published comic book series BONE. Smith solidified the ’90s’ Self-Publishing Movement when he joined other self-publishers and launched a new era of independent comics publishing, a movement that captured nearly 20% of the growing comics book market. In 1993, Smith breathed new life into the Graphic Novel format with The Complete BONE Adventures Volume One: Out From Boneville, which sold an unprecedented 50,000 copies in its first year. BONE won numerous American awards including 10 Eisner Awards and 11 Harveys, as well as European awards from Italy, Germany, and the French Alph Art.
In 2005, BONE was chosen to launch the first graphic novel series for children from a major publishing house, Graphix, an imprint of Scholastic Books. There have been exhibitions of his work, and in 2009 Smith was the subject of an Emmy Award winning documentary called The Cartoonist: Jeff Smith, BONE, and the Changing Face of Comics. Later works include critically acclaimed SHAZAM: The Monster Society of Evil, and Little Mouse Gets Ready, a comic for emerging readers that received a Geisel Honor in 2009. In 2013, Smith guest edited The Best American Comics anthology, and released his second major work, RASL, a dark, hard-boiled sci-fi story that focuses on an art thief who hops through dimensional barriers, hiding out on various parallel worlds.
About Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of the First Amendment rights of the comics art form and its community of retailers, creators, publishers, librarians, and readers. The CBLDF provides legal referrals, representation, advice, assistance, and education in furtherance of these goals. http://www.cbldf.org
About the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators
The Society of Illustrators, founded in 1901, is the oldest nonprofit organization solely dedicated to the art and appreciation of illustration in America. Prominent Society members have been Maxfield Parrish, N.C. Wyeth and Norman Rockwell, among others. The Museum of American Illustration was established by the Society in 1981 and is located in the Society’s vintage 1875 carriage house building in mid-town Manhattan. The Museum is open to the public Tuesday, 10 am-8 pm; Wednesday-Friday, 10 am-5 pm; and Saturday, 12-4 pm. General Admission is $10/$5 students/seniors, and Admission is free of charge on Tuesday from 5-8pm. To learn more about visiting the Museum and the Society click here.
About the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art
The museum’s purpose has been the collection, preservation, study, education, and display of comic and cartoon art. Every genre of the art is represented: animation, anime, cartoons, comic books, comic strips, gag cartoons, humorous illustration, illustration, political illustration, editorial cartoons, caricature, graphic novels, sports cartoons, and computer-generated art. It is the mission of the museum to promote the understanding and appreciation of comic and cartoon art as well as to detail and discuss the artistic, cultural, and historical impact of what is the world’s most popular art form.
Society of Illustrators
128 East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065