Greg Rucka, Jennifer Van Meter, Brandon Jerwa, and Eric Trautmann sign on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!!
Doors open at 10am-Midnight!
SALE: 10%-90% off storewide
$1.00 comics, games, rpg and toys!
Events for the kids all day!
Brandon Jerwa 1pm-6pm
Greg Rucka 3pm-6pm
Jennifer Van Meter 3pm-6pm
Eric Trautmann- ALL DAY! :)
1st 100 people for each signer will receive a
free limited edition print! :)
Gabi’s Olympic Cards & Comics
4230 Pacific Ave, Lacey, WA 98503
The Portland Comic Book show will feature an inking demonstration by Gary Martin, author of The Art of Comic-Book Inking. Gary Martin’s two volumes of The Art of Comic-Book Inking have become the industry-standard manuals for aspiring inkers seeking to take their work to the next level or for working professionals looking to broaden their skills base. Dark Horse Comics recently published a new edition of the ground breaking book, combining the two textbooks into a single volume and with expanded new material, including three additional blue-lined art boards featuring pencil art by master comics illustrators Jack Kirby, John Buscema, and Gil Kane.
Anina Bennett, co-creator of Heartbreakers and Boilerplate, will moderate a panel discussion “How to Break Into Comics as a Writer” Writers on the panel discussion include Kurt Busiek (Astro City), Dan Berman (God Complex), Adam Gallardo (Gear School), Brandon Jerwa (Battlestar Galactica) and Jamie S. Rich (Spellcheckers).
Star Wars Imperial Costume Clubs will be out in full force at the Portland Comic Book Show on November 13th. Featuring movie accurate costumes, Cloud City Garrison “the Villians” will feature Stormtroopers & Darth Vader. Kashyyyk Base features “the Rebels” including Jedi Knights, Pilots, Princesses, and Wookies. Mandalorian Mercs are “the bounty hunters” from Star Wars. Star Wars fans should bring their cameras as all 3 Costuming clubs will be available for pictures!
The Portland Comic Book Show is featuring over 30 comic book writers and artists at this years’ annual show. A complete list can be found at www.portlandcomicbookshow.com
The Portland Comic Book Show is Sunday, November 13, 2011 at the Rose Quarter at the Memorial Coliseum in the Exhibit Hall. The show runs from 10am to 5pm. Admission is $8.00 for ages 8 & older. The show features 175 tables of merchandise displaying and selling thousands of collectibles including comic books dating back to the 1940’s, non-sport cards, magazines, original art, Movie and TV Memorabilia, Star Trek and Star Wars merchandise, action figures, Disney items, and a variety of toys. For more information contact Second Genesis at 503-788-1031, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or our website at www.portlandcomicbookshow.com
Via The Source:
In addition to Ian Sattler and Group Editor Eddie Berganza, DC guests for the Emerald City ComiCon include: Brian Azzarello, Kurt Busiek, Sterling Gates, Patrick Gleason, Brandon Jerwa, Geoff Johns, Aaron Lopresti, Kevin Maguire, Doug Mahnke, Dustin Nguyen, Mike Norton, James Robinson, Greg Rucka, Philip Tan, Pete Tomasi, Eric Trautmann, Jen Van Meter, Len Wein, JH Williams III and Pete Woods.
GREEN LANTERN: THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT
SUPERMAN GOES TO WAR
CC4CC Comic Creators for Captain Cure
We know who Captain Cure is.
Captain Cure is Ty Wakefield: a proud resident of Lewiston, Idaho, father of three, husband to one, and a friend to all. In 2007 Ty was diagnosed with osteo-sarcoma (bone cancer). While dealing with chemotherapy and bone replacement surgeries, Captain Cure was born! Ty formed Alternate Reality Comics and began producing and distributing Captain Cure comics throughout the Pacific Northwest with all of the proceeds going to children dealing with similar afflictions. The comic served an additional purpose in that it made the stigma of cancer an easy to understand concept for younger readers.
Ty’s road has been a tough one over the last couple of years. He continues to promote his comics and raise money for charity in between extensive chemical and radiation treatments. While the prognosis is not positive he continues to keep a smile for everyone. While his charitable efforts have been helping others, his family now has sizeable expenses associated with his treatments which could be a heavy burden on his family. We at Comic Evolution and CC4CC want to help reduce the burden to the family and ensure an enduring legacy for Ty and his family.
On August 15th we will be hosting an entourage of comic industry leaders for a night to be remembered. Starting at Noon we will have a book signing/Q&A with the artists in attendance. To add to that we will have live music, a huge raffle, and art exclusive to the show on display for sale. The real treat begins at 6pm, when we will have a price per head “Night with the Stars” at a yet to be determined location., where fans of the industry can just hang out with their avorite artists and writers.
If you would like to participate in the event, either by attending or donating, please contact us at the number below. Any and all contributions will go towards the Wakefield family in the form of a trust. This way we can continue to assist the family with future events.
*IF YOU ARE AN ARTIST OR WRITER AND WOULD LIKE TO BE ADDED TO THE LIST IN ATTENDANCE AUGUST 15TH, PLEASE GIVE CHUCK A CALL AT 253-770-6464*
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE!
Only forty tickets will be sold to the CC4CC Dinner Event, as we want to keep it intimate. Ever wanted to just hang with your favorite artists and writers? Here is your chance! The function will be held at The Rock in Puyallup in a private room. Appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages will be covered.
Tickets for the event are $50; $60 the day of the event. ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE TY WAKEFIELD FAMILY
The Rock Wood Fire Pizza & Spirits
4301 South Meridian Puyallup
Starts at 5pm following signing event at Comic Evolution
Comic Evolution, 206 South Meridian, Puyallup, WA, 98371