WA – ECCC Live Art Party

Jim Mahfood, Ben Templesmith, Camilla D’Errico, Scott Campbell, David Mack, Ray Fawkes, Chris Haley, Rebecca Woods, Pete Woods, & Lar DeSouza appear on March 4th.

Press Release:

Comic con season kicks off this again this weekend in Seattle, and you can find Ron and Conor at the Emerald City Comicon on March 4-6.

iFanboy has hit Emerald City for the last three years and we’ve had so much fun that we wouldn’t miss it this year!  The talent lineup for this show is absurdly good, since so much of the comic community calls the Pacific Northwest home.  As always, if you’re on the convention floor, walk up, say hi, get to know us!

We’re excited, and we hope you’re excited too!  We’ll be shooting lots of video in both places for those of you stuck in the rest of the world, because we can’t leave you out!

And if you don’t spot us on the floor, come check out the Emerald City Comicon Live Art Event!

When: Friday, March 4th. 9:30pm to 2:00am

Where: Noc Noc, 1516 2nd Avenue. Seattle, WA 98101

What: iFanboy.com, Graphic.ly, and Comic Evolution present the hottest event at this year’s Emerald City ComicCon: Live Art at the Noc Noc!

Join a bunch of superstar comic book artists as they paint incredible, original artwork for your amusement as you drink and dance to the fantastic guest DJs. Observe the creation of art in a laid back atmosphere that you would not necessarily get at a crowded convention.

Artists include:

Jim Mahfood, Ben Templesmith, Camilla D’Errico, Scott Campbell, David Mack, Ray Fawkes, Chris Haley, Rebecca Woods, Pete Woods, & Lar DeSouza

Also featuring local Seattle talent:

Stephan Maich, Autumn Baker, Redd Walitzki, & Carl Faulkner

More artists will be announced as the event draws closer.

Dance your cute little behind off to the spinning of DJ Svengali Lad and DJ [Brandon] Jerwa!

Admission is FREE at the door if you say you are there for the live art.

The Noc Noc is a mere couple of blocks from the convention center, so you can continue your geeky excursions well into the night with this event!

All art created will be donated to Emerald City Comicon’s Saturday Night art auction, and all proceeds go the Seattle Children’s Hospital. Come help support art for a good cause, and watch artists do what they do best in a fantastic environment.

RSVP on Facebook! (Not mandatory but it’s nice to know who’s coming.)

Scene on Video: Graphic.ly AIR App Demo

April 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Comic Books, Everything Else

Graphic.ly CEO Micah Baldwin gave a demo of their AIR app for desktops to technology blog TechCrunch. The product includes “a digital comic reader, store, and social activity feed” and will eventually be available on the web.

Going for social features, it allows you to see what comics your friends are reading as well as their comments.