To help those in need in Japan, Zeus Comics, in conjunction with the Web series The Variants and Billiard Bar will be putting on a LIVE ART SHOW and AUCTION to benefit the American Red Cross. Several comic artists will be on hand making art in front of the crowd while DJ CeePee from Good Records spins LIVE!
There’ll be drinks, pool tables and a hell of a lot of fantastic art being made before your eyes.
The starting artist line-up includes James O’Barr (The Crow), Joe Eisma (Morning Glories), Kristian Donaldson (DMZ, Supermarket, The Guild), the entire Space Gun Studios crew, Curt Franklin and Chris Haley (letsbefriendsagain.com), and RK Milholland (somethingpositive.net).
All art pieces will be silent auctioned off over the course of the evening! Plus prizes from Zeus Comics, writer Greg Pak and more!
Friday April 22nd at 9pm
1920 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX
Writer Nick Spencer (Iron Man 2.0, Secret Avengers) and artist Joe Eisma, creators of Morning Glories, sign at A Comic Shop for a huge celebration on Wednesday, May 4 at 12:00pm.
A Comic Shop
114 S. Semoran Blvd, Winter Park, FL
Joe Eisma signs at Zeus Comics this Wednesday February 23rd from 12pm-6pm.
Eisma drops by in support of this weeks new release of Morning Glories #7 and the first trade collecting Morning Glories #1-5. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Joe and get your comics signed
4411 Lemmon Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Scott Kurtz, James O’Barr, Joe Eisma, and David Hopkins join us Saturday May 1st for Free Comic Book Day. This is Scott’s final signing before moving to Seattle so help Zeus bid the PvP cartoonist a fond farewell.
Plus thousands of free comics for Free Comic Book Day and the return of the mighty quarter comic sale!
Saturday May 1st 10am-6pm
Dallas ComiCon Kicks Up Great Guest List–Michael Golden Added!
First Appearance in Texas in over 20 years!
Dallas, Tx– Everything IS bigger in Texas!…Or so they say, and considering the line-up at this month’s Dallas ComiCon, we sure can’t deny that old adage–especially since artist/creator Michael Golden is heading to the Lone Star state for his first appearance there in OVER 20 years.
Scheduled for January 30-31 at the Richardson Civic Center, The Dallas ComiCon is fast becoming a true destination for fans of comics, movies, media and more!
“I am also very happy to be returning to my home state and bringing Michael with me,” says Renee Witterstaetter of Eva Ink Publishing. “We’re looking forward to showing some new items at the event and meeting some new fans and friends. I should even have a preview copy of Michael’s new sketchbook, ‘MORE Heroes and Villains.’ ”
With recent work on “Spiderman,” “Hulk,” and new pieces coming for “Planet of the Apes,” “Mouse Templar,” and much more, Michael has long been known for his storytelling work on “Spartan X,” “Bucky O’Hare,” “The ‘Nam,” “Micronauts,” “G.I. Joe,” “Doctor Strange,” “Star Wars,”….the list goes on and on! In fact, be looking for announcements about his upcoming storytelling class in the near future–in a city near you.
“I’m designing this course to be relevant for writers, artists or anyone interested in crafting an effective tale,” says Golden about the upcoming workshop.
To mark his return to Texas in the meantime, Golden will be available both days of the show to sign, and do limited sketching during convention hours. He’ll also be debuting three new art prints added to his portfolio just in time for DCC, as well as showcasing two art books “Excess: The Art of Michael Golden,” from Vanguard Productions and “Michael Goldens: Heroes and Villains” sketchbook from Eva Ink Publishing.
Joining Golden at the Dallas ComiCon are talented artists and media guests including: Tim Sale, Adam Hughes, Mark Brooks, Peter Mayhew, Sean Patrick Flanery, Daniel Cudmore, Adam West, Todd Nauck, Pat Broderick, Terry Moore, Jim Mahfood, Mike Huddleston, Tom Feister, Matt Sturges, Brian Denham, John Lucas, Bill Williams, Jaime Mendoza, Tone Rodriquez, Josh Howard, James O’Barr, Cat Staggs, Kerry Gammill, Kez Wilson, Joe Eisma, Brent Peeples, Renee Witterstaetter, Brad W. Foster, Allison Sohn, Dirk Strangely, and many more!
So, be sure to check out Artist Alley, then buy and sell your collectibles in the show’s huge exhibitor room loaded with more than 100 tables of comics, posters, cards, movies, t-shirts, and more!
The Richardson Civic Center is located at 411 W. Arapaho Rd. Show hours are Saturday 11-6 and Sunday 12-4.
For more information on the Dallas ComiCon, go to: http://www.scifiexpo.com/DCC/Home.html
For more information on Michael Golden and his work, contact: email@example.com
Meet artist Joe Eisma this Wednesday at Zeus! The artist on A Dummy Guide to Danger and the upcoming title We, The People by Outlaw Entertainment will be here to sign comics and sketches!
Wednesday, August 26th
11am – 6pm
Zeus Comics, 4411 Lemmon Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Monday – Saturday, 11am-8pm, Sunday, 12pm-6pm