How to Contact Comic Book Artists and Writers
Aug26

How to Contact Comic Book Artists and Writers

[ad_1] The first annu­al New York Com­ic-con brought out Mil­la Jovovich and was so suc­cess­ful, orga­niz­ers almost had to shut it down. The sec­ond annu­al New York Com­ic-con was orga­nized much bet­ter, even bring­ing out Steven King and Stan Lee to meet fans. Below are some more insid­er tips for con­tact­ing your favorite com­ic book artists and writ­ers at var­i­ous com­ic book con­ven­tions around the coun­try… Meet­ing in...

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How to Get to London Film and Comic Con Without Breaking the Bank
Aug19

How to Get to London Film and Comic Con Without Breaking the Bank

With the re-emer­gence of the ‘Nerd’ as some­thing that is cool again, Lon­don Film and Com­ic Con has become very pop­u­lar. Most of the time it sells out and you have to get tick­ets will in advance. The con­ven­tion is usu­al­ly held in July and it is when Nerds flock to Lon­don from all over the UK and even Europe. It is very pop­u­lar and it is a lot of fun. It is a chance for peo­ple to meet the stars from their favourite...

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The New Captain America Is Black
Jul17

The New Captain America Is Black

from AOL Black Voic­es There’s a new Cap­tain Amer­i­ca com­ing to town. Sam Wil­son, Cap­tain America’s long­time part­ner The Fal­con, will be replac­ing Steve Rogers this fall in the com­ic book series, Mar­vel Chief Cre­ative Offi­cer Joe Que­sa­da revealed on Com­e­dy Central’s “The Col­bert Report” Wednes­day night. “Well if there is one bird asso­ci­at­ed with Amer­i­ca, it is the fal­con,” Col­bert remarked. Wil­son will...

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The Original Bitch Is Back!
May10

The Original Bitch Is Back!

In 1974 there came a hero like no oth­er! She came, kicked ass and then van­ished. Peo­ple asked of her where­abouts, and won­dered what became of her! Well… It’s Finally HERE!  CLICK HERE to vis­it the Offi­cial Super Bitch Page Join Our Mailing List Your Name (required) Your Email...

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Project Black Sky: Superheroes, The Dark Horse Way
Apr10

Project Black Sky: Superheroes, The Dark Horse Way

By Brigid Alver­son | Pub­lish­ers Week­ly The super­hero comics of DC and Mar­vel dom­i­nate the direct mar­ket retail chan­nel and these days the box office as well. In a mar­ket­place crowd­ed with works by The Big Two, is there room for anoth­er super­hero uni­verse, let alone anoth­er super­hero pub­lish­er? Dark Horse pub­lish­er Mike Richard­son thinks so. Dark Horse, a major inde­pen­dent comics pub­lish­er with a wide...

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DC, Warner Bros. Unveil Batman’s 75th Anniversary Plans
Mar29

DC, Warner Bros. Unveil Batman’s 75th Anniversary Plans

Pub­lish­ers Week­ly DC Enter­tain­ment has announced plans for a year-long cel­e­bra­tion of the 75th anniver­sary of Bat­man, the icon­ic Gold­en Age com­ic book char­ac­ter that debuted in 1939 and helped to launch the super­hero genre. In addi­tion to hon­or­ing comics artist and writer Bob Kane, for many years cred­it­ed sole­ly with cre­at­ing Bat­man, it appears DC will begin to rec­og­nize comics writer Bill Fin­ger,...

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