Garrett Wang, Chad Hardin, and Lee Wiley sign at Comics Plus on Saturday May 5, 2012 for Free Comic Book Day!
This year, Comics Plus memorializes its 25th year of being in business. Actor Garrett Wang, who played Harry Kim on the popular TV series Star Trek Voyager, has agreed to stop by and help us celebrate this momentous occasion. Come by and meet him in person, get an autograph, shake his hand or have your picture taken with him.
In conjunction with the autograph signing, Comics Plus will also be celebrating the comic book art form with Free Comic Book Day. On this day, you can stop by the store and get a FREE comic book, no purchase necessary. Also, we have two comic book artists that will be stopping by to meet the public. Chad Hardin, who has worked for both Marvel and DC, and Lee Wiley, whose art is featured in various independent books, will both be on hand signing their works and taking artist commissions.
Bring the kids by to see or take pictures of some of their favorite costumed personalities: Captain America, Catwoman, Spider-Man, and Supergirl and various Star Wars characters.
We have a great day of festivities planned:
Star Trek Actor, Garrett Wang
Comic Artists: Chad Hardin, artist (Farscape, Marvel Apes, The Spirit, The Traveler, The Warlord, Web of Spider-man, Zatanna)
Lee Wiley, artist (Expiration Date, illopond anthology books: My Little Devil, Exodus, and The Adventures of Capt. Ellie: Space Pirate)
FREE Comics Books
Super Hero & Star Wars Characters
HUGE Store Sale
Don’t miss out on this BIG party. Spread the word to all your friends.
Our gala event kicks off at 11am on MAY 5th and runs until 6pm at Comics Plus. Call 435-673-3229 or see their Facebook page for more information.
1812 W. Sunset Blvd., Saint George, UT 84770
Robert Picardo appears on Saturday June 25, 2011 at 1:30pm for an autograph session.
Mr Picardo’s works include:
- The Doctor on Star Trek Voyager
- Stargate - Richard Woolsley
- Call of Duty Black Ops – Robert McNamara
$20 signed photo!
4 Color Fantasies
7172 Archibald Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Star Trek: Voyager’s Robert Picardo and producer/director/writer Dr. Harry Kloor will host the U.S. premiere of Quantum Quest, the 3-D computer animated Large Format adventure film, at the gala preview party of “Science With A Twist: An Evening Aboard The Enterprise” on Saturday night, January 22nd at the Louisville Science Center museum.
Quantum Quest interweaves animated sequences with stunning, actual space imagery captured from seven ongoing NASA and NASA/ESA space missions. In addition to Picardo, the film boasts an A-list voice cast including two Captain Kirks (veteran William Shatner and Chris Pine), two Jedi Knights (Mark Hamill and Samuel L. Jackson) and two Darth Vaders (James Earl Jones and Hayden Christensen) – a first for Hollywood and the galaxy. Quantum Quest will be released in Large Format and conventional theaters in spring, 2011.
Quantum Quest is the first time that NASA’s iconic Jet Propulsion Laboratory has ever initiated a film project and the first time that Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the surface of the Moon, has participated in a feature film, lending his voice to one of the characters.
Combining solid, “real” science with Hollywood-style narrative story-telling, Quantum Quest is designed to communicate the excitement of space exploration and science discovery to students K through 12. Quantum Quest will provide more free educational materials, prepared by leading educators, scientists, space and science organizations (including the Fleet Museum and the Planetary Society), than any previous Large Screen film.
“This is a stealth science education film disguised as fun Hollywood entertainment,” says Dr. Kloor. “Whenever we talk about science, it’s exact, but QQ’s message is to tell kids – and grownups of all ages – that
science is cool.”
Dr. Harry Kloor, Ph.D. Physics, Ph.D. Chemistry, is a writer, director, producer, scientist, inventor, and national technology policy advisor. Dr. Kloor has 15 years experience writing/developing films and TV series. In 1994, he earned the unique status of being the first and, to date, the only person to simultaneously earn two doctorates, one in Physics and the other in Chemistry, both from Purdue University. This achievement was so singular that it gained national recognition in such publications as The New York Times and People. His writing credits include Star Trek: Voyager and the animated series Godzilla, and Earth: Final Conflict, and he was a producer and played a key role in developing the hit TV series Earth: Final Conflict. Dr. Kloor is a recognized leader in bringing science to the public. He founded a National Physics Outreach Program at Purdue University in 1991, forming partnerships with Marvel Entertainment and Paramount Pictures to use their iconic properties such as Spider-Man and Star Trek to advance science. Dr. Kloor has produced and directed a variety of commercials and industrial documentaries, published articles stories in various newspapers and scientific publications and sits on a range of advisory boards including Rocket Racing League (for which he was the Founding Advisor) and Signacert. Dr. Kloor served as Science Advisor to the famed X Prize organization, and has worked in advancing science literacy to the public for over 20 years.
Louisville Science Center
727 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202
Robert Picardo signs on Saturday June 5 at 1PM at the Forbidden Planet NYC store!!
Autographs are $20. Any one who purchases his autograph may have their picture taken with him for no charge.
840 Broadway New York, NY 10003