Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Bergen Street Comics on Wednesday November 16th on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
Bergen Street Comics
470 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Laughing Ogre Comics on Monday November 14th on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
Laughing Ogre Comics
4258 N. High Street Columbus, OH 43214
1845 N. Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
Meet Cameron Stewart at Austin Books & Comics on Monday, November 11th. Press Release: Cameron Stewart’s Eisner Award-winning webcomic has been collected in its entirety in a hardcover volume by Dark Horse Comics, and we’re thrilled to host the artist’s only Texas stop on his whirlwind North American promotional tour! Pick up the new hardcover (we’ll also have Seaguy and more of Stewart’s books in stock, too!) and get it signed, ask questions, and get a chance to talk with the celebrated creator!
About Sin Titulo:
Following the death of his grandfather, young Alex Mackay discovers a mysterious photograph in the old man’s belongings that sets him on an adventure like no other-where dreams and reality merge, family secrets are laid bare, and lives are irrevocably altered.
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Secret Headquarters on Friday November 8th at 7:00pm on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
3817 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Arcane Comics on Saturday November 2nd on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
5809 15th Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98107
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Strange Adventures – Halifax on October 15th on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
Details to come…save the date!
5110 Prince Street, Halifax, NS B3J 1L3
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
Scott Snyder, Kyle Higgins, Scott Lobdell, Norm Rapmund, and Adam Glass sign at Phat Collectibles on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 from 4:00 till 8:00 pm.
1201 S. Euclid Street, Anaheim, CA 92804
Bill Willingham appears at the Crossings Gallery to teach two writing workshops.
Writing to be Drawn
Saturday, February 9, 10am-1pm.
Cost: $50. Age 12 to adult.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Comic Books are big. They rule Hollywood now, and before they’re drawn, they need to be written.
It can be tough to write for the specific medium of comics, unless you can think like an artist. Bill Willingham, a thirty year veteran of comic book writing, and winner of comics’ most prestigious award for comic writing, will take you through the ins and outs and how to write when it’s going to be drawn.
Writing Prose Stories
Saturday, February 23, 10am-1pm.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
This is a one-day class on some of the special considerations one should have in writing prose to sell, including how to keep it short and lively. We’ll also discuss some of the special considerations for writing to specific markets, like Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and other genres.
Bill Willingham is a novelist, short story writer and comic book writer, winner of many industry awards and four time Hugo nominee. His work has been translated into far too many languages, none of which he can read.
320 East Avenue, Zumbrota, MN 55992