Join Barnes & Noble for the first of many NYCC Super Week events with Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, and Emily Andras of the hit SyFy series Wynonna Earp plus Beau Smith, creator/writer of the comics, on Saturday October 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM. This will be a panel discussion with a signing of the first volume to follow. You must purchase the book at Barnes & Noble Tribeca to the attend the event. A wristband will given to you upon receipt.
Barnes & Noble – Tribeca
97 Warren St, New York, NY 10007
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Artist Phil Jimenez appears at Society of Illustrators on Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 6:00pm until 9:30pm!
About Phil Jimenez:
At an early age, Phil Jimenez learned of the world of comics through his love of Star Wars, leading him into Marvel Comics series based on the film. In addition, he was a big fan of the Super Friends and Wonder Woman TV show (soon to become a big fan of her comic version, thanks to George Perez’s post-crisis re-launch).
Attending Manhattan’s School of Visual Arts, Phil developed the skills he needed to become a comic book artist, being picked by Neal Pozner to draw a two-part Cyborg story in Showcase Œ93. A few of Phil’s more well known works are Fairest, Team Titans, Tempest, Guy Gardner: Warrior, Robin, Invisibles, New X-Men, and is very well known for his work on Wonder Woman, JLA/Titans: Technis Imperative, and his many pin-ups (notably: numerous Secret Files and Origins) and group splashes including the Justice League, Legion of Super-Heroes, and DC One-Million. Jimenez is currently at work on a creator-owned DC title for their Vertigo line called “Otherworld.”
Phil would also act as the stand-in for Tobey Maguire during the costume-designing scene in the 2002 Spider-Man feature film. But, in addition to his excellent talent for visual art, Phil is an accomplished writer as well thanks in large part to the man who not only hired him, but also taught him to write, draw, and love passionately, Neal Pozner. Unfortunately, Neal passed away in 1994 after contracting the HIV virus.
Society of Illustrators
128 East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065
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Just in time for Green Lantern’s theatrical debut, the Cartoon Art Museum is presenting the first museum exhibition celebrating 70 years of DC Comics’ emerald knight! Over 60 pieces of original artwork will be on display, including works by Gil Kane, Neal Adams, Joe Staton, Mike Mignola, George Perez, Brian Bolland, Brent Anderson and Green Lantern co-creator Martin Nodell, with more artists to be announced!
To celebrate the exhibition, the Cartoon Art Museum is hosting a once-in-a-lifetime “Green Tie” gala with original artwork and popular Green Lantern creators. This celebration takes place Thursday, June 9, 2011 starting at 7:00 pm at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum at 655 Mission Street. Tickets to The Green Tie Event are only $30, or $15 for current Cartoon Art Museum members. Each purchased ticket includes an optional guest ticket.
At this special event, visitors will be treated to a private viewing of the exhibition with the Cartoon Art Museum’s curatorial staff while enjoying wine and hors d’oeuvres. Best of all, you will mingle with some of the most talented Green Lantern writers from the past four decades, along with other comic book creators. Tickets for this fundraising event can be purchased through Guestlist Ticketing: Green Tie Tickets
Guests of Honor for the Green Tie event include:
Steve Englehart (Green Lantern Corps, Detective Comics)
Mike Friedrich (Green Lantern, Justice League of America)
Gerard Jones (Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn, Justice League International)
Judd Winick (Green Lantern, Batman)
Stay tuned for additional creators as they confirm.
For those super-fans who want the full Green Lantern experience we have additional levels for the event.
For only $50, in addition to admission for two to The Green Tie event, you will also receive a one-year individual CAM membership which entitles you to discounted tickets for CAM events, a member’s discount at the CAM bookstore, and free admission to the museum for you and a guest throughout the year. This ticket is just $5 more than the cost of a CAM membership, so there’s never been a better time to join!
For just $75, you’ll get everything above AND a signed Green Lantern graphic novel from one of The Green Tie event’s Guests of Honor!
For $100, you and three additional guests can attend the event as well as the Individual CAM membership and a signed Green Lantern graphic novel signed by one of our Guests of Honor!
And for the ultimate Green Lantern fan experience, CAM will acknowledge $500 level ticket buyers with Sponsorship Recognition in our Green Lantern exhibition and on our website. Exhibition sponsors will receive four tickets to the Green Tie event, a One Year Friend-level membership and a Green Lantern graphic novel signed by one of our Guests of Honor!
And if that weren’t enough, all proceeds from this event will be matched dollar for dollar by The Sparky Challenge, as part of the Charles M. Schulz estate’s continued support of the Cartoon Art Museum’s ongoing programs and exhibitions. Your $50 ticket package will provide a total of $100 in funding for the Cartoon Art Museum!
Partial sponsorship has been provided by Guestlist Ticketing, which is facilitating advance ticket sales for this event. For more information about Guestlist, please visit guestlistapp.com
Kilowog Level: $15: Admission for Two for the Green Tie Event for current CAM Members
Guy Gardner Level: $30: Admission for Two for the Green Tie Event
Kyle Rayner Level: $50: Admission for Two for the Green Tie Event and a One Year Individual Membership to CAM
Alan Scott Level: $75: Admission for Two for the Green Tie Event, a One Year Individual Membership to CAM, and a Graphic Novel Signed by a Guest of Honor
John Stewart Level: $100: Admission for Four for the Green Tie Event, a One Year Family Membership to CAM, and a Graphic Novel Signed by a Guest of Honor
Hal Jordan Level: $500: Sponsorship Recognition in Green Lantern exhibition, Four Green Tie Event Tickets, a One Year Friend Membership to CAM, a Graphic Novel Signed by a Guest of Honor
Cartoon Art Museum
655 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Mark Texeira, Steven Butler and more sign on Saturday May 7, 2011 for Free Comic Book Day!
Mark Texeira – Artist on Moon Knight, Punisher, Ghost Rider, Conan, Birds Of Prey, Darkness, Vampirella, Wolverine, Hercules, Hulk, Thor, Tomb Raider, X-Men and more. Mark will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
Steven Butler – Artist on Sonic The Hedgehog (and the penciller on the FCBD Sonic The Hedgehog book), Spider-Man, Silver Sable, Superman, Punisher, X-Men, and Betty and Veronica. Steven will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
Mitch Byrd – Artist on Starman, Generation X, Predator, Green Lantern, Shi, and Guy Gardner. Mitch will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
Bryan King – Creator of The Kingly Cookbook. Bryan will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
T.D. Roebuck – Artist. T.D. will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
Andy Childress – Creator of Bubbaworld Comics. Andy will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
Jesse Labbe – Creator of Berona’s Hundred Year War. Jesse will be on hand from to sign autographs for fans.
3 Alarm Comics
15210 Lemoyne Blvd, Biloxi, MS 39532