Cory Walker, Scott Kolins, Patrick Scherberger, and many more sign at Samurai Comics on Saturday May 5th for Free Comic Book Day!
Cory Walker – Invinicible, Destroyer Max, Science Dog
Scott Kolins – The Flash, DC and Marvel artist
Patrick Scherberger – Spider-Man, Marvel and DC artist
Tony Parker – Dead Man’s Run, Aspen & Boom Studios artist
Scott Godlewski – Dracula: The Company of Monsters, Boom Studios artist
Armand Villavert – Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors, Image and Tokyopop artist
Hi-Fi Color – Marvel and DC Comics colorist
Jay Fotos – 30 Days of Night, Frazetta Comics creator & Image Comics colorist
Steam Crow – Monster Commute, book illustrator, designer
Ben Glendenning – Tin Star Tex, Zombies Vs. Robots, Moonstone & Image artist
Ryan Cody – Villains, Icarus, Red 5 & Image artist
Jim Hanna – Philly, Jack Rabbit, Arcana Comics artist
Val Hochberg – Kick Girl, Mystery Babylon
John “Dadicus” West – Spazdog Press artist
Ernie Najera – Spazdog Press artist
Samurai Comics East
1120 S. Country Club Drive #107, Mesa, AZ 85210
Scott Kolins appears at Atomic Comics on August 14, 2011 from 1-4pm!
3155 West Chandler Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85226
Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Paul Levitz, and Patton Oswalt appear at the Hammer Museum on Tuesday December 14th at 7pm.
Within its short 75-year lifespan, DC Comics has created and destroyed entire cities, worlds, and universes with a cast of characters that includes the titans of the Superhero world. Comedian, actor, and writer Patton Oswalt will moderate a discussion among author Paul Levitz, DC Comics’ Jim Lee (Co-Publisher of DC Comics), and Geoff Johns (Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment), the creative and editorial superheroes behind the pages of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern, who will discuss the pulp origins of DC Comics’ story lines and characters, as well as the future of digital publishing.
The discussion will be followed by a booksigning of Paul Levitz’s recently published 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking. Published by TASCHEN, this single most comprehensive book on DC Comics (with 720 pages and weighing nearly 16 pounds) includes more than 2,000 images—covers and interiors, original illustrations, photographs, film stills, and collectibles—reproduced using the latest technology to bring the story lines, the characters, and their creators to life. The book includes year-by-year timelines that fold out to nearly four feet and biographies of the legends who built DC Comics, the largest English language publisher of comic books in the world.
Patton Oswalt is a comedian, writer, and actor, and author of the forthcoming Zombie Spaceship Wasteland. As a comedian, Oswalt has shot three TV specials and three critically acclaimed albums, and starred in the documentary The Comedians of Comedy. His Comedy Central One Hour Special My Weakness Is Strong received a Grammy nomination and in 2009 Oswalt won critical acclaim in the feature film Big Fan. Oswalt also provided the voice for Remy, the rat, in Pixar’s Oscar-winning Ratatouille. He tours regularly both nationally and internationally.
Paul Levitz is the author of 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking. Levitz is a comic-book fan who has worked as editor/publisher of The Comic Reader, editor of the Batman titles and others, writer of over 300 stories—including an acclaimed run on Legion of Super-Heroes—and a DC Comics executive, finishing his 38-year stint with the company as President and Publisher. He returned to writing in 2010 with a new series of Legion stories and other projects.
Jim Lee is the Co-Publisher of DC Comics with Dan DiDio. He has illustrated several titles including Batman: Hush, Superman: For Tomorrow, All Star Batman and Robin, The Boy Wonder, WildC.A.T.s, and the forthcoming Dark Knight: Boy Wonder. He has received a Harvey Award, an Inkpot Award, and three Wizard Fan Awards in recognition of his work.
Geoff Johns began his comics career writing Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. and JSA for DC Comics. He has worked on several titles including The Flash, Green Lantern, Action Comics, Teen Titans, and 52, and wrote the bestselling graphic novel Superman: Brainiac. In 2010 he was appointed Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment.
ALL HAMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS ARE FREE. Tickets are required, and are available at the Billy Wilder Theater Box Office one hour prior to start time. Limit one ticket per person on a first come, first served basis. Hammer members receive priority seating, subject to availability. Reservations not accepted, RSVPs not required.
Parking is available under the museum for $3 after 6:00pm
10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Make your Comic-Con unforgettable by bidding to spend a one-on-one hour with DC Entertainments Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns in an auction benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund! A driving force in modern comics, Johns is the bestselling writer of the Green Lantern, The Flash, Blackest Night, and Brightest Day! As the Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment, Johns helps shepherd DC’s upcoming film and television projects.
Lunch will be on Friday, July 23, from 12:45 to 1:45 PM, sharp. The winner must have his or her own badge to attend Comic-Con on Friday for this event. Full details for meeting location will be provided to the winner upon receipt of payment of winning bid.
This is your chance to ask all your questions about Johns’ unforgettable characters, stories, and behind the scenes insights! All proceeds from this event will benefit the First Amendment legal work of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund! Bidding ends on Wednesday, July 21!
Mark Waid, Boom! Studios editor-in-chief, writer of The Flash, Superman: Birthright, and Captain America, is at it again with his new graphic novel Incorruptible. When The Plutonian turned his back on humanity, Max Damage decided to step up.
Friday July 23, 2010 12:00 PM
Barnes & Noble
Mira Mesa MarketCenter, 10775 Westview Parkway, San Diego, CA 92126 858-684-3166