Ben Towle appears at Acme Comics to promote the new Oni Press graphic novel OYSTER WAR on Saturday October 24th from noon until 4:00 PM!
2150 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro, NC 27408
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Chapel Hill Comics is proud to announce a fantastic Comics Roundtable event on Saturday, December 1, from 1pm until 3pm!
At the Comics Roundtable, we’ll hear from the following comics creators:
Rio Aubry Taylor
They’ll present themselves and our work, talk a little about comics and what they might mean to each individual creator, and to the community as a whole. Rio Aubrey Taylor will act as MC and facilitate more questions with the creators, and then will take questions from the audience. It should be a great opportunity to learn a bit about the process of creating comics!
Chapel Hill Comics
316 W Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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MATT KINDT, BEN TOWLE, MICHAEL WATKINS, and LYLE POLLARD
SATURDAY, MARCH 6th 10 AM – 7 PM
Acme Comics is proud to present our 2nd Annual MARCH MADNESS EVENT spotlighting INDEPENDENT CREATORS
Kicking off our March Madness event is a group coming to us from near and far! Matt Kindt will be winging his way in from Missouri to promote the Super Spy companion The Lost Dossier, Ben Towle will be shooting over from Winston-Salem with his new book Amelia Earhart: This Broad Ocean, and hero of many an Acme event Michael Watkins will be heading down from the Martinsville area with Carly’s HeroesCon 2009 table neighbor Lyle Pollard!
Acme Comics, 2150 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro, NC 27408
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Sunday, February 21, 2010, from 2pm until 4pm, Chapel Hill Comics will host Ben Towle, artist of Amelia Earhart: This Broad Ocean, published by Hyperion/Disney and presented by the Center for Cartoon Studies. It’s a graphic novel aimed at young readers, which was written by Sarah Stewart Taylor and drawn by Mr. Towle. It will be released this February.
In addition to signing copies of Amelia Earhart; This Broad Ocean, Mr. Towle will also give a presentation about the process he used to create the art, which should be highly interesting both to people who want to learn about how a professional cartoonist works, and kids who want to see how the book they’re reading was made!
In addition to copies of Amelia Earhart: This Broad Ocean, we’ll also have some copies available of Mr. Towle’s previous works, Midnight Sun and Farewell, Georgia, both of which were written and drawn by Mr. Towle. We’re very much looking forward to this event!