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Andy Kuhn, John Dell, Derec Donovan, Mark Probst, and many more sign at 3 Alarm Comics on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day!
Andy Kuhn – Fire Breather, TMNT, Spider-Man, Batgirl
John Dell – Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers vs X-Men, JLA
Mark Probst – Action Comics New 52, Aquaman, JLA
Steven Butler – Spider-Man, Sonic, X-Men
Mitch Byrd – Green Lantern, Lady Death, Generation X
Steve Scott – Batman, JLA, She-Hulk
Derec Donovan – Youngblood, Green Lantern, R.E.B.E.L.S.
Barry Gregory – Ka-Blam Digital Printing
Thomas Florimonte – Ka-Blam Digital Printing
Wade Acuff – Lord Of the Rings Movies, Nickelodeon’s Lazy Town
Bryan King – Neo-Earth
Andy Childress – Bubbaworld Comix
PLUS a Cosplay Contest with a $100 prize
AND Raffles and Auctions held with all proceeds going to local libraries.
3 Alarm Comics
15210 Lemoyne Blvd, Biloxi, MS 39532
Steve Scott, Mitch Byrd, Steven Butler, John Dell, and Wade Acuff sign on Satuday May 5, 2012 for Free Comic Book Day!
Steve Scott – Penciller for Batman, Indiana Jones, Creeper, Bloodrayne, X-Men and Avengers.
Mitch Byrd – Penciller for Green Lantern, Guy Gardner, Robocop, Shi and Predator.
Steven Butler – Penciller for Spider-Man, Sonic, X-Men, Punisher and Superman.
John Dell – Inker for X-Men, Batman, AVX, Superman, Spider-Man, Justice League of America and Blackest Night.
Wade Acuff – CG Modeler for Lord of The Rings, designer for Nickelodeon’s Lazytown.
Costumed Characters will be on hand all day.
Auctions and Raffles will be held all day with all proceeds going to buy books for the local libraries.
3 Alarm Comics
15210 Lemoyne Blvd, Biloxi, MS 39532
James Marsters, Julie Benz, Louis Gossett Jr., Ray Park, Adam West, Burt Ward, Billy Dee Williams, Peter Tork Among Headliners At Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con, January 29-30 At New Orleans Morial Convention Center
Nicholas Brendon, Clare Kramer, Kelly Donovon Add to “Buffyfest New Orleans”; Ernie Hudson, Robyn Griggs, Claudia Christian, Walter Koenig Among 150+ Celebrity Guests, Leading Comics Artists, Creative Directors
NEW YORK and NEW ORLEANS, December 2010 – Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con opens the 2011 season for North America’s largest pop-culture tour, January 29-30 at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, in grand style, with superstar guests James Marsters, Julie Benz, Louis Gossett Jr., Ray Park, Adam West, Burt Ward, Billy Dee Williams and Peter Tork headlining the stellar list. The event will bring together thousands of fans of all ages and dozens of celebrities and industry professionals to celebrate the best in pop culture, movies, comics, toys, video gaming, television, gaming, original art, collectibles, contests and more.
Benz, who has also starred in “Dexter,” “No Ordinary Family,” and “Desperate Housewives,” and Marsters will be part of a “Buffyfest,” which has proven popular at other Wizard World shows and will include other “Buffy: The Vampire Slayer” stars Nicholas Brendon, Clare Kramer, James Leary and Kelly Donovan in New Orleans.
“We are excited to be bringing all these stars and the best comic creators to New Orleans,” said Gareb Shamus, Wizard World CEO. “We feel like fans there have been waiting for an event like New Orleans Comic Con to come to their backyard, and we are ready for a big first year.”
Other popular New Orleans Comic Con celebrity guests include Ernie Hudson (GHOSTBUSTERS), Walter Koenig (“Star Trek”), Robyn Griggs (“Another World,” “One Life to Live”), Claudia Christian (“Look”; “Babylon 5”), Mark Ryan ( TRANSFORMERS 1 and 2) and Cynthia Scott (ALIENS).
Fans can also meet their favorite comic creators and artists, including Kaare Andrews (“Astonishing X-Men”, “Iron Man”), Kody Chamberlain (“Sweets,” “Punks”), John Dell (“JLA,” “Adventure Comics”), Michael Golden (“Wolverine: First Class,” “New Exiles”), Mike Grell (“Green Lantern,” “Green Arrow”), Rob Guillory (“Chew”), Phil Jimenez (“Amazing Spider-Man,” “Astonishing X-Men”), John Layman (“Chew,” “Puffed”), Rob Liefeld (“Deadpool,” “Youngblood”), David Mack (“Kabuki,” “Daredevil”), Joe Madureira (“Darksiders,” “Uncanny X-Men”), Kevin Maguire (“Justice League,” “Batman Confidential”), Terry Moore (“Strangers in Paradise,” “Echo”), Yanick Paquette (“Batman,” “Superman”), Steve Scott (“X-Men Forever,” “Wolverine”) Bill Sienkiewicz (“Elektra,” “Assassin”), Cameron Stewart (“Batman & Robin,” “Catwoman”), Arthur Suydam (“Marvel Zombies,” “Batman”), Mark Texeira (“Wolverine,” “Spider-Man”), Renee Witterstaetter (“She Hulk,” “Avengers”) and Ethan Van Sciver (“Green Lantern,” “Superman/Batman”).
The New Orleans Comic Con Wrestling section includes the popular Kevin Nash and Booker T.
Children and adult attendees are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite villain, superhero or pop culture personality for the chance to win special prizes in costume contests. Event-goers may also try their hand interactive product exhibits and shop for collectible comics, movie and television memorabilia, toys and games at more than 100 dealer booths.
Special events at New Orleans Comic Con include the “Magic: The Gathering” and Yu-Gi-Oh card game tournaments, professional photo opportunities (Photo Ops), movie screenings with celebrities and others.
The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is located at 900 Convention Center Blvd. in New Orleans. New Orleans Comic Con is the first stop on Wizard’s 2011 North American tour, which to date has 13 events scheduled. Hours are Saturday, Jan. 29, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Jan. 30, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.. Tickets are available in advance or by calling 1-866-882-5860 and online at www.wizardworld.com/neworleans.html at up to a 15% savings over tickets purchased at the door. Advance adult single-day tickets are $25 ($30 on site); two-day weekend tickets are $40 ($45 on site), and tickets are free for children age 10 and under when accompanied by a paid adult (limit two children per adult). VIP packages with special entry and exclusive items are also available.
The freshly renovated New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is an essential component of what makes the city’s major business events so successful. With 1.1 million square feet of contiguous exhibit space, the Convention Center is the sixth largest convention facility in the nation, and it consistently ranks in the country’s top ten of facilities that hold the most conventions and trade shows annually.
About Wizard Entertainment:
Gareb Shamus founded Wizard Entertainment in 1991. Today, Shamus publishes consumer magazines Wizard, ToyFare, FunFare and numerous books about pop-culture’s top talent, comic books and toys. Shamus also produces a North American Comic Con tour. Wizard World Comic Con – The Pop-Culture Capital of the World!
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|About This Convention:||Free parking and Door prizes every hour. Charity auction. There will be dealers with comics, toys, anime, manga, statues, original art and, more.|
|Convention Guests||Darick Robertson, Dave Johnson, Derec Donovan, Robby Musso, Rob Guillory, Kody Chamberlain, John Dell, Tim Lattie, Mass Casualty Comics, the 501st Legion, and more to come!|
|Venue Name||The Pontchartrain Center|
|Venue Address||4545 Williams Blvd.
Kenner, LA 70065
|Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables||50|
|What category best describes your convention?||Comic Books|
|What other categories might be appropriate for your convention?||– Anime
– Science Fiction and Fantasy