NH – Dark Carousel Signing

Author Joe Hill (Locke & Key, Strange Weather, N0S4A2, Horns) appears at the Exeter Town Hall to present and sign Dark Carousel on Wednesday, April 25, 2018!

“Arts.Sustain.Ability” will be a pop-up art show sponsored by TEAM, running from Wednesday, April 25th to Sunday, April 29th at the 2nd Floor Gallery at Exeter Town Hall, featuring local artists in multiple genres who have amassed local, regional, and international followings through their work.

The opening event will be presented in conjunction with Water Street Bookstore, and feature a listening and signing party for seacoast-based best-selling author Joe Hill, and his new vinyl audiobook release “Dark Carousel”. The night will also showcase performances by Exeter’s own David Drouin of Cold Engines, an award-winning singer/songwriter who will present his own original material in addition to a cover of the Rolling Stone’s classic “Wild Horses”, which is featured on the audiobook. Celebrated local painter Bruce Jones of Jones Art Studio will be debuting a piece inspired by the “Dark Carousel” story, which is narrated on the vinyl release by television and film actor Nate Corddry.

6:00 PM: Gallery Opens / Full Spin of “Dark Carousel” on vinyl
7:00 PM: Reading by Joe Hill with Q & A
7:30 PM: “Wild Horses” & Original Set by David Drouin
7:30 PM: “Dark Carousel” limited edition signing with Joe Hill

RSVP on Facebook!

Exeter Town Hall
9 Front St, Exeter, NH 03833

Thomas Jane Gets RAW at Dallas Comic Con 2011

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Press Release:

Thomas Jane gets RAW at Dallas Comic Con, this May 21-22

For the past two years actor Thomas Jane has turned in an amazing performance on the hit HBO series HUNG, in which he stars as an average guy doing whatever he can to get a leg up… or, uh, something like that. Tom’s acting has been so appreciated, he’s received two back-to-back Golden Globe nominations, and a third season is on the way. Regardless of whether you’ve seen the show, chances are you’ll recognize Jane from one of his many memorable roles through the years, including his breakout scenes in BOOGIE NIGHTS, the Renny Harlin shark thriller DEEP BLUE SEA, his terrific interpretation of Mickey Mantle in 61*, Cameron Diaz’s love interest in the sexy comedy THE SWEETEST THING, the daring and difficult true story of STANDER, his comic book adaptation of “Frank Castle” in THE PUNISHER, the controversial leading man in Frank Darabont’s adaptation of Stephen King’s THE MIST, and so much more. You many have also chuckled during his memorable cameo in SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD… I know I did.

In 2005, Tom made his first appearance at the Dallas Comic Con, where he debuted the very first concept art for his comic book project BAD PLANET in the show program book. Since then he’s released multiple comic projects through his RAW Studios imprint, a company he’s formed with business partner and accomplished creator Tim Bradstreet. Series like BAD PLANET and ALIEN PIG FARM 3000 (written by DRIVE ANGRY 3D screenwriter Todd Farmer) have wowed fans and critics with fun throwback-style stories and artwork by some of the best artists in the business. Jane is currently working with acclaimed writer Bruce Jones to revive the ALIEN WORLDS and TWISTED TALES comic books, and has already written, directed and starred in his own movie, DARK COUNTRY. But you don’t have to just read about the actor’s exploits, you could actually meet him and his creative partners in person at the upcoming Dallas Comic Con this May 21-22. Thomas Jane, Tim Bradstreet, Todd Farmer and Bruce Jones will all be in attendance, along with RAW collaborators Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson. The RAW booth rarely makes a full appearance at any show outside of San Diego Comic-Con and the Long Beach Comic Con, but they’ll be out in full force at the popular Texas-based event, signing autographs and meeting fans. Tom is currently scheduled to do a scheduled signing on both Saturday and Sunday during the show, and will be making frequent appearances at the booth.

This is a rare opportunity to meet one of the coolest creative teams in the industry, and if you haven’t seen the guest list for the show, you’ll realize this is just the icing on an already delicious cake. You can find out more information on the Dallas Comic Con (held May 21-22) at http://dallascomiccon.com – or on their Facebook page at http://facebook.com/dallas.comiccon.