HeroesCon has announced more new guests for their 35th anniversary show including Lee Weeks, Vanesa Del Rey, Justin Jordan, Laura Martin, Mike McKone, and more! HeroesCon 2017 takes place June 16-18, 2017 at the Charlotte Convention Center.
JIM AMASH | Alter Ego magazine, Jughead, Sonic Universe, Archie and Friends
ALEAH BAKER | Sonic Universe, Mega Man
THOMAS BOATWRIGHT | Zeke Deadwood, The Halloween Legion, Cemetery Blues
GARRY BROWN | Black Road, Daredevil, Catwoman, Batman, The Massive, Iron Patriot
BRENDAN CAHILL | Sable & Fortune, Transformers
BRIDGIT CONNELL | Brother Nash
SHAWN CRYSTAL | Mother Panic, Arkham Manor, Scarlet Witch
TERESA R DAVIDSON | Sonic the Hedgehog, Archie
VANESA DEL REY | Scarlet Witch, Spider-Women Alpha, Hit 1957
IAN FLYNN | Sonic the Hedgehog, Mega Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
GENE GONZALES | DC Comics Licensing Artist, Iron Man 2 Cards, Diary of Night
CLAY & SUSAN GRIFFITH | The Flash: The Haunting of Barry Allen, Arrow: A Generation of Vipers
JOHN HAIRSTON JR. | 1962: The Age of Marvels
MARCUS HAMILTON | FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY Dennis the Menace
SCOTT HAMPTON | American Gods, Hellboy: Sleeping and the Dead, Batman, Sandman
DANIEL WARREN JOHNSON | Extremity, The Ghost Fleet, Space-Mullet, Quake
JUSTIN JORDAN | Luther Strode, Spread, The Family Trade, Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern
LAURA MARTIN | Black Panther, A-Force, Ragnarök
MIKE MCKONE | Justice League United, Avengers: Endless Wartime
DREW MOSS | Copperhead, Terrible Lizard, The Colonized, The Crow: Pestilence, In the Dark
JOE PEKAR | Grimm Fairy Tales, Brandi Bare, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
PAT QUINN | The Phantom, GI Joe: Declassified, Necrotic
M VICTORIA ROBADO | Fragile, Jem & the Holograms, Barbie
MATTHEW ROBERTS |Manifest Destiny, Battle Pope: Mayhem
HOYT SILVA | Adventures in Crime, Operation: Nemesis, Quatermain: Ghosts of the Nzadi
KARL STORY | Thors, Ocean, Tom Strong, Terra Obscura, Nightwing
KYLE STRAHM | Spread, Haunt, Hack/Slash
RIAN SYGH | The Backstagers, Steven Universe, Adventure Time
ADAM BRYCE THOMAS | Sonic Universe
RICH TOMMASO | She Wolf, Dark Corridor, The Horror Of Collier County, Clover Honey
LEE WEEKS | Superman, Daredevil, Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man
DAVID ANTOINE WILLIAMS | X-Men: First Class, GI Joe, Incredible Hercules, Hulk & Power Pack
RICH WOODALL | Kyrra, Johnny Raygun
NOLAN WOODARD | Uncanny X-Men, Future Imperfect
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HEROES CONVENTION was founded in 1982 by Shelton Drum, owner of Charlotte’s Heroes Aren’t Hard To Find comics shop. Since then the convention has become famous for its comics-first and family-friendly atmosphere, where fans can mingle directly with professionals and exhibitors. Boasting an incredible guest list built mainly on reputation and goodwill, HeroesCon is known nationwide as a “must” on the summer schedule, drawing fans, exhibitors, and creators from all over the world to the Charlotte Convention Center.
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HeroesCon announced over 20 new guest additions this week to an already enormous guest list! Included are superstars like Neal Adams, Jim Starlin, Tim Sale, and many more! HeroesCon takes place on June 3 – 5, 2011 at the Charlotte Convention Center (501 S. College St, Charlotte, NC 28202). For the full list and more details about the convention, please check out their website at the link!
HeroesCon is very happy to announce that Neal Adams will be attending HeroesCon 2011! Neal is a living legend known for bringing a realism to superhero comics that didn’t exist before his arrival. Illustrating classic comics like Green Lantern #76 (pictured), Strange Adventures (creating the definitive look for Deadman), and many more, Neal went on to be DC’s primary cover artist during the 70?s. He later went on to found Continuity Comics and most recently he is writing and illustrating Batman: Odyssey at DC Comics.
Scott Hampton’s gorgeous work was recently seen in the pages of Hellboy: The Sleeping and the Dead. Try to catch Scott painting on our art stage for the Annual Art Auction. He always creates something spectacular!
Painter Erik Jones has quickly made a name for himself in comics with his gorgeous covers for books like Hack/Slash, Witchblade, and Unkown and is currently doing covers for the new Elric series.
Heidi MacDonald is the brains behind the fantastic comics news site The Beat. Always insightful and informative, she has guided the site through it’s many incarnations while remaining a great resource to the comics industry and it’s fans.
David Mack is an Eisner-nominated and New York Times bestselling painter, writer, and cartoonist behind Kabuki, The Shy Creatures, numerous Daredevil arcs, and much more.
Writer Ben McCool has been doing tons of work lately, namely Memoir, Captain America: The Korvac Saga, and Choker.
Chris Moreno’s work has appeared in ZombieBomb 4: Dark Daze, Disney’s Toy Story for BOOM! Studios, The Minions of Ka from Arcana, and Paul Jenkins’ Sidekick from Image Comics. His creator-owned character, Sanz Pantz: Ninja Platypus appears in the Popgun anthologies from Image. His other comics credits include Alien Inventor, World War Hulk: Frontline, Dracula vs. King Arthur, Monkey in a Wagon vs. Lemur on a Big Wheel, The Last Sin of Mark Grimm, the webcomic Super Frat, and Zenescope’s Grimm Fairy Tales.
Jeff Parker is no stranger to regular HeroesCon attendees or anyone that’s read a Marvel comic in the last few years for that matter! Since the success of his creator-owned The Interman, Jeff has gone on to write Hulk, Thunderbolts, Agents of Atlas and many other titles. One of my personal favorites is Mysterius the Unfathomable, with artist Tom Fowler.
We’re excited to welcome Tim Sale back to HeroesCon this summer. Besides extraordinarily popular books like Batman: The Long Halloween and Spider-Man: Blue, Tim also did the paintings (with Dave Stewart) for the Isaac character on the television series Heroes.
Also added this week:
Jason “Spyda” Adams– sculptor
Josh Adams– creator of In the Garden of Steven: the tale of Adam, Eve & Steve, artist on House of Mystery #13.
Scott Hanna – inker of titles such as Detective Comics, Amazing Spider-Man, Nova and many other Marvel and DC comics.
Norman Lee – inker of titles such as X-Men, Namor, New Mutants, DCU Online Legends and many more.
Mike Lilly – artist on books like Black Terror, Annihilation Conquest: Quasar, Vampirella, Punisher, and Batman.
David Malki! is the author of the celebrated comic strip Wondermark, which repurposes illustrations and engravings from 19th-Century books into sarcastic, silly, and surreal collage-style comic strips. In 2008, the Wondermark book Beards of our Forefathers was nominated for the Eisner Award — the highest honor in comics — for “Best Humorous Publication.” He’s also the co-editor of the sci-fi anthology Machine of Death, which became a surprise bestseller in 2010 thanks to an innovative grassroots marketing campaign.
J.D. Mettler– colorist on Ex Machina, The Talisman, JSA, War Heroes, Down, and many more.
Bill Neville– artist and co-creator of the Explorers
Joe Pruett – Desperado Publishing
Jim Starlin – writer/ artist on titles like Dreadstar, Breed, Batman, Silver Surfer, Death of Captain Marvel and many more.
Gary Reed– is the author of many titles with the most notable being Saint Germaine, Renfield, Raven Chronicles, and Baker Street.
Sara Richard– artist on Zombie Bomb and sketch cards for Marvel’s Dangerous Divas and Betty Page.
Art Thibert– inker on titles such as Ulitmate Spider-Man, X-Factor, X-Men and many more.
Wayne Vansant– artist on The ‘Nam
Alexis Ziritt– creator of Rudo and Mekano Turbo. Founder of Fistful Apparel.
Scott Hampton signs on Saturday, February 12, from 1pm until 3pm, as Hell comes to Chapel Hill Comics!
Chapel Hill Comics is proud to announce a signing event featuring local artist Scott Hampton, the artist of the new two-issue Hellboy series, Hellboy: The Sleeping and the Dead, published by Dark Horse Comics. We will have stock on hand of both issues of the series, including separate covers of issue #1 by Scott Hampton and series creator Mike Mignola.
For the first time, Hellboy: The Sleeping and the Dead pits Hellboy against vampires! The comics are priced at $3.50 each, so you will be able to pick up the full story for seven bucks, and have it signed by the artist! That’s a Hell (ahem) of a great deal!
Scott Hampton has a very impressive résumé. His professional comics work was the three-page story “Victims” published in Vampirella #101 in 1981. He has illustrated the adventures of iconic characters such as Batman, Sandman, and Black Widow, has adapted his favorite Ghost stories into fully painted comics (Spookhouse, published by IDW), and even illustrated the story of Genesis in The Bible: Eden. He won the Harvey Award (The Special Award for Excellence in Presentation) for Batman: Night Cries. Now he’s drawn a new Hellboy series, and it looks fantastic.
Come on out, meet an incredibly talented, locally-based artist, and pick up a fun, spooky story featuring one of indie comics’ most iconic characters!
Chapel Hill Comics
316 W Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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Circle June 19-21 on your calendars, gang — DC NATION is making a stop at the Heroes Convention in Charlotte this year.
Sadly — or thankfully, for some — I won’t be there personally, but we’ll have an impressive lineup of creators holding court at Shelton Drum’s event, including Mark Bagley, Ivan Brandon, Bernard Chang, Cully Hamner, Scott Hampton, Adam Hughes, Jamal Igle, Georges Jeanty, Dustin Nguyen, Steve Niles, Phil Noto, George Perez, Stephane Roux, Brian Stelfreeze, Jen Van Meter and a ton more. Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler will also be the ringmaster for any and all panels, so make a point to stop in to hear the latest bits of DCU info.
While you’re there, make a point to stop by the DC booth to say hi and pick up some free swag. Free stuff is cool. It makes people happy.
Source: The Source