Eisner Award winning comic artist Tony Harris (Starman, Ex Machina, Blood Blister) appears at All-Star Comics on Saturday, May 6, 2017 to celebrate Free Comic Book Day!
Tony will be here signing autographs, doing commissions and just hanging out and talking to fans. Feel free to ask us about his commission prices.
3520 FM 365, Nederland, TX, 77627
Join us at ID10T Music Festival + Comic Conival on June 24th & 25th in Silicon Valley for a weekend of music, comics, gaming, comedy, technology and pop culture. Created and hosted by Chris Hardwick.
– Daytime panel programming
– Autograph signings
– Over 50 of today’s best comic book artists & creators including: Ande Parks, Andrew Robinson, Andy Belanger, Babs Tarr, Becky Cloonan, Cameron Stewart, Chris Burnham, Farel Dalrymple, Garry Brown, Gerry Duggan, Ivan Brandon, Jason Shawn Alexander, Matt Wilson, Matteo Scalera, Mick Gray, Nick Dragotta, Phil Noto, Rick Remender, Shawn Martinbrough, Wes Craig
– Live podcasts featuring the Nerdist podcast
– Interactive comic conival with rides, games & more
– Massive outdoor exhibitor village
– Artisan marketplace
Tickets on sale Friday March 10th at 10am at www.id10tfest.com
Horror legend John Carpenter (Halloween, Escape from New York, The Thing) appears at the Grove’s Barnes & Noble with co-authors Tara Bennett and Paul Terry on Saturday February 25, 2015 at 2:00 PM to sign THE OFFICIAL MAKING OF BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA.
This is a wristbanded event.
A wristband will be issued to customers who purchase
The Art Of Big Trouble in Little China or The Official Making Of Big Trouble In Little China from Barnes & Noble at The Grove beginning February 25th at 9am
• Limit 1 wristband per book
• No memorabilia please
• Check Back for more Details as they Become Available
Barnes & Noble – The Grove
189 The Grove Dr, Ste K 30, Los Angeles, California 90036
John & Sandy Carpenter as well as their band of misfits: Tim Bradstreet, Deirdre Brooks, Steve Hoveke, Amanda Deibert, James Ninness, Cat Staggs, and more sign at Golden Apple Comics on Saturday October 15, 2016 at 1:00 PM. Tickets available at the link…
Golden Apple Comics
7018 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Hang out with artists Andrew C. Robinson, Cully Hamner, and Dan Panosian over at the Marriott Marquis on Friday, July 22, 2016 from 7:30 – 8:30 PM! They’ll be enjoying some Iconic Wines and perhaps drawing and signing. Presented by Essential Sequential (SDCC Booth #4807).
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
333 W Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101
Horror Master John Carpenter (Halloween, Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing) appears at the Keswick Theatre on Saturday, July 9, 2016 at 8:00 PM for a performance of his music.
John Carpenter has inspired countless musicians since his earliest minimal, synth-based film scores. The themes to his features like Assault on Precinct 13, Halloween, and Escape from New York have remained instantly recognizable since he penned them nearly four decades ago. In February 2015, Sacred Bones released his first solo record of non-soundtrack music, Lost Themes, to overwhelming critical success. The Horror Master proved that not only could he perfectly score his own films — he could also score the movies in your mind.
On Halloween 2014, the director and composer John Carpenter introduced the world to the next phase of his career with “Vortex,” the first single from Lost Themes, his first-ever solo record. In the months that followed, Lost Themes rightfully returned Carpenter to the forefront of the discussion of music and film’s crucial intersection. Carpenter’s foundational primacy and lasting influence on genre score work was both rediscovered and reaffirmed. Carpenter’s first recording of non-soundtrack work achieved numerous international milestones, including NPR First Listen; features in dozens of press outlets including the Los Angeles Times, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Guardian; three magazine covers; and Top 200 chart success in the U.S. and the U.K. The album was also a milemarker in its label’s catalog being one of the best selling albums in Sacred Bones’ eight-year history. So widespread was the acclaim for Lost Themes, that the composer was moved to embark on something he had never before entertained – playing his music live in front of an audience.
2016 will host the first ever John Carpenter tour and in true Carpenter spirit, a sequel to Lost Themes: Lost Themes II. The follow-up brings quite a few noticeable changes to the process, which result in an even more cohesive record. Lost Themes’ cowriters Cody Carpenter (John’s son) and Daniel Davies (John’s godson) both returned. Cody was recently also heard as a composer for Showtime’s Masters of Horror series (Cigarette Burns and Pro-Life), and NBC’s Zoo. Davies was a composer for NBC’s Zoo, as well as the motion picture Condemned. All three brought in sketches and worked together in the same city, a luxury they weren’t afforded on the first Lost Themes. The result was a more focused effort, one that was completed on a compressed schedule — not unlike Carpenter’s classic, notoriously low-budget early films.
The musical world of Lost Themes II is also a wider one than that of its predecessor. More electric and acoustic guitar help flesh out the songs, still driven by Carpenter’s trademark minimal synth. This manifests itself brilliantly in songs like lead single “Distant Dream,” which hitches a familiar Carpenterian beat to an expressive drum performance and rides it to a thrilling conclusion. The eerie “Angel’s Asylum” lets an ethereal synth line command the first three-quarters of the song, before turning over the melody to an acoustic guitar, and “Virtual Survivor” delivers a blast of the sci-fi menace that characterized his great scores for films like Assault on Precinct 13 and They Live. Lost Themes II delivers eleven compelling new tracks for which fans can continue to score the movies in their minds.
Keep your eyes peeled for John and his co-writers to hit the road next year performing both lost and newly found themes, in addition to retrospective work from Mr. Carpenter’s multi-generational career. Lost Themes II will be released on April 1st, 2016 on Sacred Bones Records. Long live the Horror Master.
291 N Keswick Ave, Glenside, PA 19038
James Robinson was born in Great Britain, but has lived in the U.S. since 1989 where he began working in comics initially for DC and Dark Horse Comics. Among his more known and regarded works are Grendel Tales: Four Devils, One Hell, sundry Legends of the Dark Knight arcs, Superman, Justice League of America and Earth-2. He is perhaps most well known for his award winning runs on both Starman and Leave It To Chance.
Other guests include Peter David (Spider-Man 2099, Young Justice), Bob Layton (Iron Man, Hercules), David Finch (Batman, Wonder Woman), Paul Jenkins (Batman: The Dark Knight), Fabian Nicieza (co-creator of Deadpool), and Colleen Doran (upcoming Troll Bridge)!
Tickets for the 2016 New Jersey Comic Expo are NOW ON SALE! Take advantage of a low introductory price on tickets if you buy early this year! A weekend ticket is JUST $45, Saturday is $30 and Sunday is $25, so get your tickets now before prices go up! Remember! Kids 10 & under are FREE! (Limit 2 kids per paid adult). The convention will take place on November 19-20, 2016. Connect with social media – Facebook, Twitter & Instagram for the most up to the minute guest and event updates!
More details are on the website: www.newjerseycomicexpo.com
About New Jersey Comic Expo:
New Jersey Comic Expo is an annual event held at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center every fall. It’s a celebration of comic books and pop culture that showcases the exceptional works of talented writers, artists, illustrators and creators of all types of pop culture. At New Jersey Comic Expo you’ll find exhibitors promoting and selling all types of related products, as well as entertaining and educational programs, guest signings, and meet & greet sessions with celebrities. New Jersey Comic Expo is a production of MAD Event Management, LLC. Visit www.madeventmanagement.com for additional information.
Dallas Comic Show is meant to be a nice throwback to the good old days of pop culture conventions, with affordable admission prices, a nice mix of guests from both the comic book and media realm, and carefully curated vendors offering high quality and licensed product. There’s a strict “no fan art” policy for all artist alley tables, bringing back the purity of creator-owned product and original content for customers to check out.
Comic book guests include Bernie Wrightson (Swamp Thing), Brian Stelfreeze (Black Panther), Tony Harris (Star Wars: C-3PO), Brandon Peterson (Uncanny Inhumans), Cully Hamner (Red), Tony Bedard (Supergirl), Mark Verheiden (Netflix’s Daredevil writer/producer), Mark A. Nelson (Aliens), Michael Lark (Lazarus), James O’Barr (The Crow), Joe Eisma (Morning Glories) and more.
Media guests include Sam Jones (Flash Gordon), Jamie Kennedy (Scream 1-3), Sean Patrick Flanery (Boondock Saints), Billy West (Futurama and Ren & Stimpy), Samantha Newark (Jem), Judith Hoag (TMNT’s April O’Neil), Taimak (The Last Dragon) and Dragon Ball Z voices Chris Rager and Josh Martin.
- World premiere signing of Dark Horse’s ALIENS 30th Anniversary hardcover with writer Mark Verheiden and artist Mark A. Nelson.
- Brian Stelfreeze and Tony Harris make their first signing appearances since the release of Marvel’s super hot Black Panther #1 and Star Wars: C-3PO.
- Special film screenings with guest Q&As on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night at the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson, TX.
This is a fun family event for all ages, Q&A panels all weekend, and costume contest Saturday night. All the info can be found at www.dallascomicshow.com
Andrew C. Robinson (Grayson, Fifth Beatle, The Wake), Bob Layton (Iron Man, Secret Wars, Valiant Comics), Darrell May (The Untamed, Niobe), and Sebastian Jones (Dusu, Erathune, I am Awesome) appear at Hypno Comics on Saturday, February 13, 2015 for the store’s fourth anniversary celebration!
Hypno Comics & Games
1803 E. Main Street, Ventura, CA 93001
Great American Comic Con is the newest addition to the comic book convention scene and what better place to have its first show but Las Vegas, Nevada. So December 5-6th, 2015 will be the inaugural event taking place at the Sports Center of Las Vegas. Joining us this year are some of the best comic book writers, artists and professionals in the business including Tim Bradstreet, Tommy Castillo, Howard Chaykin, Darwyn Cooke, Tony Harris, Bob McLeod, Tony Moore, Graham Nolan, James Robinson, Joe Rubinstein, Mike Zeck, Frank Tieri, Billy Tucci, Len Wein, and Bernie Wrightson.
What makes GACC different from any other comic book convention in Las Vegas is the guests will have worked on titles ranging from the Silver Age of comics all the way to today’s newest and hottest comic book titles. This show is all about comics and nothing else. You will find major comic book dealers from across the US as well as Las Vegas’ own dealers offering you the widest selection of comic book memorabilia available anywhere. Keep checking back for new guest and exhibitor announcements. We are proud and excited to be able to bring you a great show to enjoy. So make sure to register today and be ready to enjoy a good ole fashion comic book show. It’s about comics!
For tickets and further information please visit their website: greatamericancomicconvention.com